Pakistan could lose its right to co-host the 2011 World Cup as a result of last month's terrorist attack on the Sri Lankan team in Lahore when the International Cricket Council Board meets discuss security in the game.
Six police officers and a driver were killed by heavily armed gunman in the attack on March 3, and seven Sri Lankan players, a coach and an umpire were wounded.
Survivors will give detailed accounts of the incident as well as the much-criticised security arrangements.
Chris Broad, who was the ICC match referee and escaped injury in the attack, has been strongly critical of the security arrangements and said the Sri Lankan cricketers and those travelling with them were "sitting ducks."
He will give his own account to the ICC Board, which will also hear from rival captains Younus Khan of Pakistan and Mahela Jaywardena of Sri Lanka by telephone.