India and Pakistan have not been enjoying such a two-sided arrangement attributable to the strained political circumstance between the two countries. The two countries currently just play each other in the ICC occasions.
In any case, in the most recent unforeseen development, a report from Pakistan arose that expressed that India and Pakistan are good to go to play reciprocal arrangements again in the not so distant future.
Responding to a similar report, BCCI Vice President Rajiv Shukla expressed that there is no such conversation in the board. He likewise clarified that India can’t play with the adjoining country until and except if a gesture is given by the Indian government later on.
“No such discussion has taken place within the board. Our stand has been the same in the last ten years. Unless we get approval from the government, we can’t have a bilateral series with Pakistan,” quoted by Shukla during chat with Dainik Jagran.
According to the reports, the pinnacle leading body of Pakistan cricket has been advised to be ready for the epic conflict between main adversaries. Since the two countries just play in ICC occasions, fans need to stand by long enough for the mouth-watering challenge constantly.
After similar reports, previous Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi additionally voiced his assessment and said that no one but cricket can improve the sharp relations among India and Pakistan.
“Cricket between Pakistan and India is very important. Sports should be kept away from politics. Relations between the two countries can improve because of cricket. I have said this before as well, Indian cricketers enjoy coming to Pakistan. You can improve relationships through sports, but if you don’t want to improve them, then they will remain the same way,” said by Shahid Afridi.
India and Pakistan bolted horns with one another once and for all in the ICC World Cup 2019, where the Men dressed in Blue overwhelmed their main opponents and proceeded with their unbeaten streak against them in World Cup history.