Fans have started to give up their hopes India vs Pakistan in a bilateral series, The fight between the two cricket sheets, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), over facilitating a two-sided arrangement has come to such a level, to the point that the fans have begun to surrender their trusts of watching India tackle Pakistan in a reciprocal arrangement.
Couple of days back, the recently selected BCCI president Shashank Manohar had sent an offer to the PCB for a reciprocal arrangement in India in the month of December. Yet, PCB boss Shaharyar Khan is not persuaded with the offer and he has expressed that Pakistan can’t play a respective arrangement in India in December 2015.
Fans have started to give up their hopes India vs Pakistan in a bilateral series
Then again, the PCB boss has additionally attested that the reciprocal arrangement will be conceivable just if India flies to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Couple of days back, BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur had remarked that Indian government will be permitting Indian players to travel to UAE and play the diversion.
“There is no doubt of playing in India. Despite everything I anticipating the reason of not playing in UAE. We went there in 2007 and 2012. This time not once more. It is our arrangement and we will play at our home venue which is the UAE,” Khan said in a meeting with ESPN Cricinfo on Monday.
Khan is just as astounded that Indian players did visit UAE and Dubai for the first leg of the Indian Premier League (IPL) in 2014. Khan is verging on frantic to know the reason in respect to why the Indian government won’t permit the Team India players to go to UAE and play the arrangement.
As indicated by the Memorandum of Understanding marked by the two Boards in 2014, Pakistan should host India for two Tests, five ODIs and two Twenty20s. India will need to travel to Australia for a restricted over arrangement on 8 January, 2016. The choice must be made in couple of days. PCB is likewise prepared to exclude the Test matches and have India only for the T20 and ODIs. BCCI is yet to send a formal solicitation to PCB.