Image Source: Printed Circuit Board
Ramiz Raja will present a proposal against ICC, the T20 series should be played between these four countries, including India-Pakistan.

Reflexes

  • Rameez Raja is considering a T20 series between Australia and England, including India-Pakistan
  • He will put the proposal for this series in front of the ICC.

The Indian and Pakistani teams have not played bilateral series in recent years due to political problems. In such a situation, both teams are seen playing against each other in the multinational tournament itself. In such a situation, teams from India and Pakistan meet only once every two years. But now Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Rameez Raja will submit a proposal to the ICC, mentioning the T20 series between England and Australia, including India-Pakistan.

Raja said that according to his proposal, the tournament would be organized by the four participating countries in turns.

Last year’s success in Australia Sunil Gavaskar called the best performance of the Indian team.

Raja wrote on Twitter: “Hello fans (Hello fans). I am going to propose a four-nation International T20 ‘Super Series’ to the ICC. It will include teams from Pakistan, India, England and Australia. It will be played every year and the right to hosting it will be awarded to the four countries in turn.

Raja wrote: “You will have a different income method where the percentage of profit will be shared among all members. I think it is a win-win agreement for everyone.

The PCB chief’s proposal can be seen as an attempt to revive the cricket rivalry between India and Pakistan on a regular basis. However, there is no place for such a tournament in the upcoming ICC future tour schedule.

India has also stopped playing three- and four-nation series for nearly a decade. The two neighboring countries have not met since 2013, except in ICC tournaments and the Asian Cup. The last bilateral series between India and Pakistan took place in 2012-13 when India hosted Pakistan in a T20I series.

(With PTI Inputs)

,

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here