PCB hope to meet BCCI over bilateral ties in Singapore

Updated: 10 December 2011 13:44 IST

PCB's senior officials will travel to Singapore to take part in an Asian Cricket Council meeting, hoping to get some confirmation from the BCCI on resumption of bilateral series between the two countries.

PCB hope to meet BCCI over bilateral ties in Singapore

Karachi:

PCB's senior officials will travel to Singapore to take part in an Asian Cricket Council meeting, hoping to get some confirmation from the BCCI on resumption of bilateral series between the two countries.


Chairman of the board, Zaka Ashraf left for Singapore this morning and COO Subhan Ahmad will join him for the ACC meetings on Monday.

"It is an important meeting for us because we are going there with a will to tackle several issues among them talks with Bangladesh and Indian cricket officials", Subhan said.

Pakistan will get a clear picture of whether it will be invited to tour India early next year for a series or whether the resumption of bilateral ties between the two countries will have to wait.

"The ACC meeting is due to finalise the itinerary for the Asia Cup which is scheduled in Bangladesh sometime in March. But if there is an indication that Pakistan and India will be playing the FTP series which is also scheduled sometime in March-April then the regional tournament will be put on hold," he explained.



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