Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) CEO Wasim Khan is clear that the Asia Cup will be hosted in September or October, either in Sri Lanka or UAE. In a media conference in Karachi, Wasim Khan said, \u201cThe Asia Cup will go ahead. The Pakistan team returns from England on 2nd September so we can have the tournament in September or October.\u201d Sri Lanka and UAE are the two choices available to host the tournament, Sri Lanka will be the priority if not then UAE is ready to host the tournament. \u201cThere are some things which will only get clear in the due course of time. We are hopeful of having the Asia Cup because Sri Lanka has not had too many cases of the coronavirus. If they can\u2019t do it, then UAE is also ready,\u201d he added. He also disclosed the upcoming series for Pakistan men\u2019s cricket team, Pakistan will tour New Zealand in December and South Africa will tour Pakistan in January-February. \u201cWe are to go to New Zealand in December after hosting Zimbabwe at home. South Africa are ready to tour in January-February to play two or three Tests and some T20 matches,\u201d he disclosed.