Our Staff Reporter LAHORE - A Pakistan Cricket Board official said Afghanistan interested in playing in a Twenty20 tournament in Pakistan later this year. Sultan Rana, the PCB's director of domestic cricket, said on Monday that the board has received the request from Afghanistan and will likely the 14th team for the competition to be played in September and October 'will be Afghanistan. The event will be hosted in twin cities - Rawalpindi and Islamabad -will feature two teams each from Lahore and Karachi with nine regional sides. Pakistan has not hosted any of the world's leading teams since 2009. Afghanistan would be making its second trip to Pakistan this year, having lost a one-day series 3-0 to a second-string Pakistan side in May.