As per the most recent developments, the Board of Management for Cricket in India (BCCI) has taken a impartial stand on the multi-nation match, proposed by Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja to the Worldwide Cricket Council. With Indo-Pak clashes having such excessive demand and big recognition, Raja desires the 2 neighbouring groups to satisfy extra usually aside from Asia Cup and ICC occasions.
Owing to the identical, he has been batting for a four-nation match involving India, Pakistan, England, and Australia. England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) CEO, Tom Harrison additionally steered an analogous competitors on the Chief Executives Committee (CEC) assembly of the Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) that befell in Dubai on Friday (April 8). Nonetheless, his thought of the match is a bit totally different from that of Ramiz.
BCCI didn’t oppose PCB’s thought
In the meantime, as per a report in Cricbuzz, BCCI didn’t oppose the concept and remained impartial on the matter. It should be famous that Pakistan and India haven’t performed bilateral cricket since nearly a decade amid the political rigidity between the 2 nations. Whereas Raja is evidently decided to enhance the cricketing relations between the 2 nations, BCCI’s method is to be careful for.
In the meantime, the dissenting voice was from the members of Finance and Industrial Affairs Committee (F&CA), who reckon that too many multi-team tournaments might dilute the worth of different ICC tournaments like World Cup and Champions Trophy.
“The matter was mentioned by the CEC and it was backed by fairly a number of boards, if not by the F&CA. The matter goes to board with two factors of view,” a member of the Cricket Council, who was a part of the CEC, instructed Cricbuzz.
It should be famous that aside from 2018 and 2020, an ICC occasion has taken place yearly since 2009. This pattern is about to proceed because the T20 World Cup is slated to happen later this yr whereas the ODI World Cup can be performed subsequent yr. Therefore, it stays to be seen whether or not the multi-team match will get the backing from ICC or not.