The Malaysian Cricket Association President Mahinda Vallipuram has expressed his desire to host Pakistan and even the Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches in the near future in Malaysia.

Speaking with an international website about sports, MCA president, Mahinda Vallipuram said:

We certainly want to organize events here. We are open to hosting because we have locations and other necessary infrastructure.

It [the PCB’s visit] was an opportunity to discuss how Malaysia can be a location for Pakistan. It would be great to host Australia and New Zealand, two major cricket nations.

PCB President Najamam Sethi and other PCB officials recently traveled to Malaysia in order to find an alternative solution to holding PSL matches in Dubai after scheduling conflict with emerging T20 league in the UAE.

Pakistan is finding difficult to play international matches in UAE after scheduling conflicts with emerging T20 leagues in the UAE has forced the PCB to look at alternative options, as Pakistan continues to play most of their matches away from home.According to internal sources, however, this will be possible within two years.

PCB are set to host New Zealand and Australia this year and it remains to be seen whether PCB will agree to MCA’s decision of changing the venue from UAE to Malaysia.