Ramiz Raja To Propose Four Nations T20I Series Involving India, Pakistan
CRICDOT DESK : Pakistan Cricket Commission (PCB) President Ramizraja told the International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday that he would propose to hold an annual T20I series in four countries across both India and Pakistan. Raja wants to play against India, Pakistan, Australia and England every year in the T20I series. The PCB chief also said that if the series actually continues, profits will be distributed among all ICC members on a percentage basis.
“Hello Fans. I propose to the ICC the Four Nations T20i Super Series with Pak Ind Aus Eng. Played every year and hosted in turn by these four. Separate revenue including percentage of all ICC members. The shared model has a winner, “Raja tweeted.
India and Pakistan last faced each other at last year’s Men’s T20 World Cup. Pakistan managed to defeat the World Cup jinx when it finally defeated Virat Kohli and his boys.
Later this year, Pakistan will host Australia for three tests, three ODIs, and the T20I. This is the first time Australia has visited Pakistan since 1998. Pakistan will also host the ICC Men’s Champions Trophy in 2025.