LAHORE The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) are planning to hold an exhibition match to raise funds for the people affected by flood in Pakistan. The Pakistan team is currently on a tour of England. The PCB said the proposed match would be between a Pakistan XI and an International XI featuring stars from various countries. The PCB would most likely seek the help of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and other countries to organise a one-day exhibition match in England to raise funds for the flood victims of Pakistan. The PCB is working on a proposal along with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) to organise an exhibition cricket match for the benefit of the millions of Pakistanis affected by the devastating floods, a PCB statement said. Proceeds from the match would go towards the rehabilitation of families displaced by the worst floods in the countrys history, it added. Over 1,600 people have been killed and 15 million affected as raging floodwaters continue to wreak havoc in Pakistan. The United Nations (UN) had earlier said that Pakistan would need billions of dollars to recover from the unprecedented devastation. Relief and rescue work has been hit badly by continuous rains, particularly in the north western region. This is ideal opportunity for us to play our role in raising funds for millions of people who have been displaced by the floods. We want to play our role in their rehabilitation, a PCB official said. He said the PCB had already started contacting different national boards, including the BCCI, to make available some of their players for the exhibition match. Obviously we have a large population of Asians in the United Kingdom and the presence of Indian, Sri Lankan and Bangladesh players in the International XI will be a big selling point, he said. He said details of the match and its logistics were being worked on with the help of the ECB under whose jurisdiction the match would be held. Some 2000 people have been killed and millions displaced by the floods that have ravaged many parts of the country. The calamity is still causing havoc and devastation and the government has appealed to the international community for aid and help.