Will India-Pakistan Play Any Bilateral Series In Any Overseas Nation? Big Decision Taken By BCCI

The Indian cricket team will not play with Pakistan in the recent Asia Cup by going to their place, and the Indian Cricket Board had made it clear long ago. The Asia Cup to be hosted by Pakistan this year got in trouble after a statement by Jay Shah. Even after millions of efforts by the PCB, it is not possible to organize this tournament in Pakistan. BCCI took another big decision regarding the India-Pakistan series.

BCCI answered clearly regarding the test matches between the India and Pakistan cricket teams that were held outside India. The board said that even if it is a foreign land, Team India will not play any Test match against Pakistan.

According to the report of ANI, an important decision has come to know from the source of BCCI. In this, a clear answer was given regarding the conduct of Test matches between the cricket teams of India and Pakistan outside India. The board said that even if it is a foreign land, Team India will not play any test match with Pakistan.

According to the BCCI source, there is no plan to conduct any test between India and Pakistan. Both countries will not play the Test series even at any neutral venue outside India. We are not ready for any kind of bilateral series with Pakistan, whether the Test series.

The bilateral series between India and Pakistan was last played in 2012. The Pakistan team toured India for the 3-match ODI series. Here the visiting team won against the Indian team by 2-1.

Things turned sour after a statement by Jay Shah at the Asia Cup hosted by Pakistan this year. There is often a dispute about the cricket match between India and Pakistan. The Pakistan Cricket Board is in a race to convince Team India to come and play at their home.

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