The Pakistan-India test series match in Australia received a favorable signal from Najam Sethi, the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) management committee.
The Indonesian team’s complaints about the location were reported on social media, so a neutral location has been chosen for both teams to compete without regard to political or national differences.
He supports his claim by further stating that;
“We are prepared to face India in a Test series in Australia. Dubai would be a more affordable option for us, but if Australia can host matches with a packed house, we’re game.”
The Indian team actually rejected the hybrid model that was proposed for the ICC World Cup, but Sethi hinted in an earlier interview that the Pakistani team would not travel to Indian venues if India refused to visit Pakistan.
We anticipate that this choice of a neutral location will eliminate the disparity and allow both teams to participate in the test series without any further complications.
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