Pakistan is not going to agree for impartial venue for 2023 Asia Cup: Farokh Engineer

Farokh Engineer. (Photograph by Mike Hewitt/Getty Photographs)

India and Pakistan are engaged in an electrifying group stage encounter of the ICC T20 World Cup 2022 on the iconic Melbourne Cricket Floor (MCG), Australia. Nevertheless, the conflict between the 2 subcontinental giants is not only occurring on the pitch but in addition off it.

There was a heated alternate of phrases from the BCCI and the PCB, the cricketing boards of the 2 nations over the venues of Asia Cup 2023 and the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. Few days in the past, BCCI Secretary Jay Shah denied probabilities of India visiting Pakistan for the Asia Cup 2023 and as a substitute talked about engaged on a impartial venue. In response, the PCB threatened India to boycott 2023 Cricket World Cup.

Farokh Engineer’s tackle Pakistan’s stance on the problem

Followers and members of the cricketing fraternity have begun discussing the probabilities and the stance maintained by the 2 boards. Former India worldwide, Farokh Engineer believes Pakistan will firmly stay on their floor over the impartial venue and can maintain talks with ACC (Asian Cricket Council) over taking part in it at dwelling.

“I don’t assume Pakistan will comply with play at a impartial venue, as a result of they want the assets and want international groups to play in Pakistan. They’ve been disadvantaged of cricket for a very long time,” stated Farokh Engineer on ‘BatBricks7 presents Run Ki Runneeti present on CricTracker’.

Farokh additional stated that BCCI secretary Jay Shah, who can also be the president of the ACC, may take issues into his personal palms concerning a impartial venue.

“However the irony is that Jay Shah is the president of ACC, so that they have requested for an pressing assembly with all of the nations. So let’s examine what they determine,” added the previous India cricketer.

It seems to be an extended saga and stays to be seen what transpires and whether or not Pakistan can retain their title as hosts for the subsequent version of the Asia Cup 2023.