Pakistan play their home matches in the UAE not in India, As indicated by a Memorandum of Understanding marked by the Board of Control for Cricket in India and Pakistan Cricket Board in 2014, this is Pakistan’s swing to play host. For security reasons, Pakistan play their home matches in the UAE.
Pakistan play their home matches in the UAE not in India
Pakistan Cricket Board executive Shahryar Khan has at the end of the day emphasized that Pakistan national group won’t play December arrangement in India. Addressing the media in Dubai on Friday, Khan said the planned arrangement has turned into a “political matter” and “the last call stays with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.”
“We have said that we won’t play in India and have likewise given out reasons. Presently the matter has gotten to be political. Head administrator (Nawaz Sharif) has said that he needs to take the last approach the arrangement. PCB won’t choose the arrangement any longer. We have put PCB’S stand before the PM and the BCCI,” Khan said.
The PCB director is relied upon to meet Board of Control for Cricket in India president Shashank Manohar on the sidelines of an International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting and examine the destiny of the arrangement. Manohar is resolved that India will play the arrangement just if Pakistan visit India. The Indian Board has precluded playing in the UAE, Pakistan’s “home” lately.
“We needed the arrangement to go on yet India is not respecting the FTP. We are not going to descend on our knees and ask. India has not played for a long time. Regardless of the fact that they don’t play for a couple of more years, we will survive,” Khan included.
As indicated by a Memorandum of Understanding marked by the BCCI and Pakistan Cricket Board in 2014, this is Pakistan’s swing to play host.
“Previous England cricket administrator Giles Clarke is attempting to make the arrangement happen. Recently, he let me know that this arrangement must go ahead in light of a legitimate concern for cricket. A Pakistan versus India arrangement is fundamental for cricket,” he said.