The Australian cricket board recently stated that if Afghanistan does not allow women to play cricket, the one-off Test match will be cancelled. According to recent events, Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) head Azizullah Fazli claimed that the ACB is committed to growing women's cricket. He also hoped that the Test match against Australia would go off without a hitch.
From November 27 to December 1, Australia will play a one-off Test match in Afghanistan. Cricket recently made a case for women's cricket, claiming that it was vital to the sport. In response to claims in the media that the Taliban regime is refusing to allow women's cricket in the nation, the CA has announced that it will not play the Test match if this is the case.
Last month, Azizullah Fazli was re-elected as chairman of the ACB. He was still waiting for official directives on the country's future of women's cricket.
Tim Paine, Australia's Test captain, has spoken out against the situation. Other countries may be hesitant to play against Afghanistan in the T20 World Cup due to this issue. The ACB head, on the other hand, ruled out any possibilities and stated that the country's involvement in the high-profile tournament was not in jeopardy.