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Pakistan has now showed their interest to play against Indian Cricket team even in their soil. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shariyar Khan has also said that they are ready for that if it happen.

The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket said this in the Karachi Press club during a conversation. Shahriyar Khan also has said not just in India they are ready to play the series in any other neutral cricket venue as well.

Both the teams played their last bilateral series in India during the year 2012. Since then the relation between both the cricket boards got untied due to political unstability. But Pakistan have been always eager to reorganize a series among them. But the Indian cricket Board are showing no interest to play with Pakistan.

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They have several times given the cause of government is not allowing them for the series. After which recently the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) sent a legal notice to India and asked for the compensation. Which Indian board have answered already.

Now suddenly the Pakistan Board have changed their tone regarding the series. And in Karachi today the chairman of the board has agreed to any possible option, even they are ready to Indian if they are asked to do so. But he has also said before that it is more important to understand how much is the Indian Cricket Board interested regarding the series.

“The PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) would be willing to even send the team to play in India but unfortunately the situation is that the BCCI is not even ready to play with us in their own country citing security threats,” he said at a function at the Karachi Press Club here.

  • Maksudul HAQUE, Correspondent, bdcrictime

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