Big Breaking: PCB offered to host Test Series in Australia ; BCCI rejected the claim

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The Pakistan Cricket Board has suggested holding a bilateral Test series against India in Australia in light of the World Cup boycott.

According to PCB President Najam Sethi, we are in talks with the BCCI to host Test cricket matches in Australia at capacity.

The BCCI has denied all of the accusations and asserted that there have been no negotiations with the PCB regarding Test cricket and that there is no likelihood of the bilateral series between these two nations starting up again in light of the current situation.

In spite of MS Dhoni’s competent leadership in the one-day internationals, they played a bilateral series in 2012 that India lost.

“No plans for such kind of series to happen in the future or upcoming days. We aren’t ready for any kind of bilateral series with Pakistan,” BCCI source said while talking to ANI. 

If both countries fail to maintain their position and reunite, there is a very high likelihood that the Asia Cup 2023 would be cancelled.

Due to security concerns, BCCI is unwilling to hold the Asia Cup in Pakistan. PCB wants to organise the major event using a hybrid model, in which they will host the first few matches—with the exception of India—on their home pitch and the remaining matches at a neutral site.

Since the weather in the UAE is horrible in September, BCCI is willing to hold the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka rather than the UAE.

Given that 2023 is the World Cup year and BCCI is the host nation, the board would not want to put their star players at danger in those hot and muggy conditions.

Given the current conditions, these two cricketing superpowers will only participate in ICC and ACC Tournaments. BCCI is adamant that their team would never travel to Pakistan.