ODI World Cup 2023: Won’t the Pakistani team come to India? This dispute between PCB and ICC

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Najam Sethi, Babar Azam and Rohit Sharma

India vs Pakistan ICC ODI World Cup 2023: The 2023 ODI World Cup will be held in India. The ODI World Cup 2023 schedule may be announced in the middle of the World Test Championship final. At the same time, the nut is nailed as to Pakistan’s entry into it. Actually, the 2023 Asian Cup will be held in Pakistan, in which India refused to send their team. Then the Pakistan Cricket Board said that if India does not come to Pakistan to participate in the Asian Cup, then the Pakistani team will also not come to India to participate in the ODI World Cup. Now a new turn has come in this matter.

ICC officials arrived in Pakistan

The ICC chief and chief executive, who is currently based in Lahore, said the PCB will not insist on implementing the hybrid model for its matches at the ODI World Cup due to be held in India this year. Sources confirmed to PTI that ICC chief Greg Barclay and chief executive Geoff Allardyce have come to Lahore to come to a consensus on how to ensure Pakistan’s participation in the ODI World Cup due to take place in October. -November. PCB chief Najam Sethi said that if the Indian team does not tour Pakistan for the Asian Cup, his team will not go to India for the World Cup either. Only after this have ICC officials come on a tour of Pakistan.

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According to PTI sources, ICC and BCCI are concerned about Najam Sethi’s hybrid model. He said that although Sethi has suggested that the hybrid model for the Asian Cup be held before the World Cup, officials are concerned that if this model is accepted for the Asian Cup, the PCB will not allow Pakistan to play in India. . The ICC may also be asked to implement this model at the World Cup.

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Najam Sethi has indicated this

Najam Sethi has already indicated that if the Pakistani government does not allow the team to be sent to India for security reasons, then the PCB will ask the ICC for the Pakistani matches to be held at neutral venues. The ICC and BCCI do not want such a situation as it will affect the success of the India-Pakistan match and even the tournament itself. Because of this, BCCI refuses the hybrid model.

If Pakistan does not host some Asian Cup matches, it will also have an adverse effect on the World Cup. He said that the ICC officials are trying to work for reconciliation between PCB and BCCI and resolve the issues related to the Asian Cup and the World Cup.

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