LAHORE: The 12-member delegation of the International Cricket Council (ICC), headed by its president Ray Mali, is arriving in Pakistan on Monday late night.

The delegation will reach Lahore in the night between Monday and Tuesday and during the stay in Pakistan it will attend the launching ceremony of the ICC Champions Trophy, to be held on June 18 in Lahore, and also review the arrangements of the event.

Besides president Ray Mali and chief executive David Richardson, the ICC delegation includes the representatives of its departments of commercial, event management, sponsorship, broadcast, pitches and media. They will review the arrangements related to their departments.

The delegation on Tuesday will review the arrangements of the launching ceremony of the ICC Champions Trophy at the Pakistan Cricket Board secretariat and then visit the Gaddafi Stadium where it will also meet the PCB officials.

The delegation will go to Islamabad and Rawalpindi on June 19 and visit Karachi on June 20.