Ramiz Raja is reportedly set to be replaced as the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman.
According to Geo News, Raja, who was elected for a three-year term in September last year, will be followed by Najam Sethi.
Sethi, 73, has prior work experience with the PCB in 2013 and 2014 and was approved by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Wednesday.
The reports come on the backdrop of Pakistan’s defeat in the Test series against England at home.
An interim selection committee will be formed to announce the squad for upcoming series against New Zealand starting from December 26, they say.
More to follow…