Cricket Australia Eager to Host India-Pakistan Series Amidst Busy Schedule

Cricket Australia, India-Pakistan series

Cricket Australia (CA) has expressed interest in facilitating a bilateral series between India and Pakistan, contingent upon mutual agreement from the BCCI and PCB for future matches between the arch-rivals.

The last bilateral series between India and Pakistan took place in 2012-13, with subsequent meetings limited to global ICC events like World Cups and the Champions Trophy.

Both teams are slated to be in Australia simultaneously this November, with Pakistan scheduled for three ODIs and three T20Is before India arrives for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy series starting November 22.

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According to a report from the Sydney Morning Herald, CA’s cricket operations manager, Peter Roach, stated on Tuesday the organization’s keenness to orchestrate a match between India and Pakistan. Roach emphasized CA’s persistent interest to the respective cricket boards.

“We are always eager for opportunities to host matches and content that will captivate our fans. It’s safe to say that every cricketing nation would relish witnessing India and Pakistan compete on their soil,” Roach commented.

He further noted, “We have openly expressed our desire to see this happen. However, the current schedule does not permit any changes in this regard. Nonetheless, we remain in discussions with both boards regarding potential future opportunities. But as of now, there won’t be any alterations to the existing schedule.”

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