Pakistan Open to Playing 'Home' Series in India: Shahryar Khan

Updated: 12 January 2015 14:32 IST

PCB chief Shaharyar was responding to questions about media reports in India that the BCCI was keen on hosting a series at home in December.

Pakistan Open to Playing 'Home' Series in India: Shahryar Khan
Bilateral cricket between India and Pakistan has always hit political roadblocks. © AP

Karachi:

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Shaharyar Khan said on Sunday that Pakistan would not completely rule out playing its 'home' series against India later this year on Indian soil if the financial returns for the cricket Board were as desired by them.

Shaharyar was responding to questions about media reports in India that the BCCI was keen on hosting a series at home in December.

"They have not spoken to us about it officially but we have also heard about it. But as things stand now it is stated clearly in the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the two boards that the first series of the six series bilateral package will be played in the UAE this December," Shaharyar told PTI in an interview.

"The venue of the first series which will be our 'home' series, is described as neutral venue and UAE in the MOU," he stated.

Topics : Pakistan India Cricket
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