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Unable to participate in any Bilateral Series with Pakistan: BCCI.
“There are no plans for such a series to take place in the future or the coming days,” BCCI maintains.
Despite the offer of playing the game at a neutral venue, the United States recently attempted to avoid bilateral cricket interaction with Pakistan.
According to reports, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will soon play against its neighbour.
There is no need for a bilateral series with Pakistan. BCCI.
In an interview with The Sydney Morning Herald on Wednesday, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) president Najam Sethi expressed support for holding a Test series against India at a venue suitable to both countries.
Yes, I believe bilateral Test matches can be played in Australia, England, and South Africa,” PCB chief Sethi said, adding, “I believe England is the best place, followed by Australia.”
It would be fantastic if you could fill every seat in a stadium in Australia, Sethi continued.
In response to Sethi’s comments, Indian media reported no plans for the BCCI to play any bilateral series with Pakistan.
There are no plans for a similar series to occur in the future or shortly.
“We are not prepared for any bilateral series against Pakistan,” Indian media said, quoting a BCCI source.
In May 2012–2013, Pakistan and India last squared off.
In 2012–2013, Pakistan and India last engaged in a bilateral series of any kind. Pakistan recently paid a visit to India for ODI and T20I series.
The two arch-rivals fought off in a Test match in 2007.
Pakistan’s access to international cricket was restricted following the horrifying attack on the Sri Lankan squad in Lahore in 2009.
Pakistan had not hosted a cricket match in over six years before Zimbabwe’s 2015 tour.
Pakistan used to play every one of its games in the UAE during this time.
Stalemate Between Pakistan and India for 2023 Asia Cup; BCCI Insists on Neutral Venue.
The Asia Cup for 2023 remains a stalemate between the two countries.
The Asia Cup is scheduled in Pakistan in September of this year, but the BCCI is keen on having the event in a neutral location.
The PCB hesitates to facilitate the event outside Pakistan since it would jeopardize the country’s efforts to return to world cricket.
In 2023, India won’t travel to Pakistan for the Asia Cup.
India’s decision to skip the 2023 Asia Cup in Pakistan raises questions about the event’s venue in the future.
The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) president and BCCI secretary Jay Shah indicated that the Asia Cup would need to be played in a different city the following year on the day of the BCCI’s yearly general meeting in Mumbai.