ECB supplies to host India-Pakistan examination collection as a neutral location, BCCI-PCB turn down proposition
With there being a significant need for cricket competitions in between India and also Pakistan and also in whichever style and also as appeared throughout their current match in the 2022 Asia Cup in the UAE, the England and also Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has actually used to host Test matches in between them as a neutral location.
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Considering this circumstance, the ECB have actually used to host India and also Pakistan in a reciprocal collection, the UK Daily Telegraph reported onTuesday
However, both the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and also the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have actually disappointed much passion in the proposition and also declined it.
The Telegraph paper reported, “Martin Darlow, the deputy chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board, has held talks with the Pakistan Cricket Board during the current Twenty20 series and offered England’s grounds as venues for ideally a three-match Test series in future.”
The paper mentioned the factor for their deal was that “the matches would attract big crowds in the UK, which has a large ex-pat south Asian population.”
However, the BCCI supposedly claimed the opportunity of such a collection occurring in future is alongside nil. It reported its stand that it is not in favour of playing reciprocal collection in neutral locations.
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The PCB is likewise not keen on having fun India at a neutral location yet said thanks to ECB for their deal.
“PCB is not keen on playing India at a neutral venue but is grateful for the ECB`s offer, which shows the growing relationship between the two boards. It stated that with the big nations again starting to tour Pakistan, it will be a ” backward action in their eyes” if they happen to play on a neutral venue,” the Telegraph reported.