The\u00a0Pakistan\u00a0The cricket team arrived on Wednesday morning at Prime Minister's House to meet Prime Minister Imran Khan prior to the start of\u00a0T20 World Cup\u00a0is scheduled to run from October to November this year. This meeting between the Premier is a bid to boost the spirit of the team in preparation in the tournament.\u00a0It is believed that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman, Ramiz Raja, will also be attending the gathering. https:\/\/twitter.com\/ayazakbar786\/status\/1440630765901942784 Pakistan cricket team arrives to meet PM Imran Premier PM Imran Khan, a brilliant cricketer in his time and led Pakistan's 'cornered Tigers to victory at the 1992 ICC Cricket World Cup, the country's sole world cup trio. Also Read: 20 CCA cricketers amongst 191 players to receive enhanced domestic contracts The team also won the T20 world cup as well as also the Champion's Trophy, defeating arch-rival India in the finals. A meeting was held between the premier and the cricket team and the president came a few two days before the teams from New Zealand and England\u00a0have cancelled their tours to Pakistan. It was reported that the NZ team had quit their tour before the commencement on the opening ODI game in Rawalpindi however The England Cricket Board had called off the tour months prior to when it started.