The International Cricket Council (ICC) Sunday said its executive board will take a final decision on the host of September's Champions Trophy amidst security fears in Pakistan. The year's biggest one-day tournament, featuring the top eight Test nations, is due to be held in Pakistan from September 11 to 28 but Australia, England and New Zealand have raised fears about security. The ICC held a meeting at its headquarters in Dubai Sunday with representatives from all eight teams to brief them about security arrangements Pakistan made during the recent six-nation Asia Cup.