India has no plan to play bilateral series with Pakistan, PCB expressed hope

India has no plan to play bilateral series with Pakistan, PCB expressed hope

India vs Pakistan:The reaction of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has now come to the notice of the Pakistan Cricket Board about conducting a bilateral series with India at some other place. According to ANI, BCCI source has said that there is no plan for any bilateral series between India and Pakistan.

It was reported from the Pakistan media that PCB chairman Najam Sethi has given the green signal for a possible Pakistan-India Test series at a neutral venue. Najam Sethi told as the place of organizing this test series in England or Australia. According to Sethi, if both the teams play in Australia, then the stadium is expected to be completely full there.

The last Test match between India and Pakistan was played in the year 2007 in Bengaluru. The bilateral series was played between the two teams in the limited overs format for the last time in the year 2012-13. At that time Pakistan toured India and played a series of 2 T20 matches apart from 3 ODIs.

PCB threatens not to play World Cup in India

There is a huge tussle between BCCI and PCB at this time. Pakistan and India are at present face to face regarding the organization of Asia Cup. After PCB’s rejection of the hybrid model, Pakistan has suffered a major setback due to the plan to hold the Asia Cup at some other place. Regarding this, PCB chief Najam Sethi said that if the Indian team does not tour Pakistan to play the Asia Cup, then Pakistan will also not go to India to participate in the upcoming ODI World Cup.

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