The UAE may host India’s matches; the PCB decided to host the Asia Cup 2023 in Pakistan. On February 16, the Pakistan Cricket Board met to discuss a solution for hosting the 2023 Asia Cup.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has proposed that India’s matches at the 2023 Asia Cup be held in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The PCB met on Thursday (February 16) to discuss a plan for hosting the big tournament in Pakistan.
At a recent meeting at PCB headquarters. PCB chief Najam Sethi stated that there is still no decision on whether Pak would host the 2023 Asia Cup. “What can I say about the Asian Cricket Council’s board meeting? There was no conclusion “According to News18, Sethi informed reporters on Thursday.
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According to current sources, Pakistan is expect to host the event.
All of India’s matches would be conduct in the UAE. If the Indian team advances to the final, the final will also be held in the UAE.
Last year, Jay Shah, secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and head of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC), said that the Indian squad will not be traveling to Pakistan for the Asia Cup 2023. His comments aroused numerous concerns and widened the gap between the two cricket bodies.
The PCB, on the other hand, is eager to hold the event at any cost and is considering all options. Jay Shah and PCB President Najam Sethi attended an emergency ACC meeting in Bahrain a few days ago to resolve the hosting problem. Yet, it reveal that the authorities did not return with any substantial situations. According to recent rumors, the selection on a host country postpone until the end of March.
During the same meeting, Sethi reportedly told Shah that if India misses the Asia Cup, Pakistan will not participate in the 2023 World Cup in India. In reaction, a top BCCI official state that the Indian team not traveling to Pakistan for the event and will instead be relocate to another nation.
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