The Board of Control for Cricket in India is trying every possible way to get the approval done from the government to host Pakistan in Asia Cup. BCCI is keen to speed up the process but the Indian government hasn’t yet given any green signal.
The Chief Executives of Asian Cricket Council (ACC) are all set to discuss on the matter and they will meet in Singapore on November 18 where the complete fixtures of the tournament will have a firm conclusion.
A top BCCI official was confident of proceeding it in the right path as they are prepared to do the maximum best possible from their end. It’s all up to the Government to give one final signal that will eradicate the chaos between the two nations.
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“We’re getting ready for it and the rest is up to the Government,” a top BCCI official was quoted as saying by the Mumbai Mirror.
The intriguing Asia Cup 2018 will add spice to the flavour when there would be one heck of a sporting carnival between India and Pakistan. The contest is expected to stage the screens next September but the dates, venues and fixtures are not yet confirmed.
India and Pakistan have met in ICC events and there is no problem in that. They have played two times in the major events. It will be interesting to see how the Indian government handles the matter.