Australia Cricket Board is Open to host a tri-series between India and Pakistan. A Statement Released by the Australian Cricket Board CEO Nick Hockley.
It is To Noted that For the Last 8 Years, No Cricket Match Have been Played Between the Pakistan and India. Pakistan and India have Only Played the International Cricket Council (ICC) and Asian Cricket Council (ACC) competitions.
The Chairman of Pakistan PCB, Ramiz Raja, have Released a Statement. In His Statement , He Stated that He as Chairman of PCB Will Suggest ICC Board to Launch the four-nation series in the Cricket. He Further Added to His Words by saying that the proceeds from such a tournament might be split on a percentage basis among all ICC members.
But the Board Committee of International Cricket Board Reject the Suggestion of the Ramiz Raja’ Suggestion about four-nation series.
After ICC’s Decision, PCB secretary Jay Shah Said that ICC Board Should Focus More on Promoting the Cricket Game Rather Than the “short-term commercial initiatives”.
Now, the CA has stated that matches between the two teams are something that “everyone in world cricket” wants to see.
In Response to Ramiz’Statement , Australia Cricket CEO said that his board had not considered the concept, but that he would be open to hosting a tri-series between Pakistan and India.
“Personally, I really like the tri-series concept. It’s worked well in the past. We’d be very open to hosting matches,”
Australia Cricket CEO Said Above Words In Rawalpindi after the First Draw of Test Match Between the Pakistan and Australia.
“There are really big communities of both India and Pakistan living in Australia. It’s a contest that everyone wants to see in world cricket and if we can help support further opportunities we would love to do that.”
Australian Cricket CEO Said that Everyone Want to Face Both Pakistani and Indian Cricket to Play Matches.
“It’s a contest that everyone wants to see in world cricket and if we can help support further opportunities we would love to do that.”