A snowfall started between arch-rivals, and the PCB has given a green signal.

The Pakistan Cricket Board has given a green signal to play a Test series against traditional rival India on a neutral venue.

According to ARY News, cricket relations between Pakistan and India have been severed for 15 years, except for ICC events. However, now the clouds of mistrust are dissipating and the snow is melting. The initiative has been taken by Pakistan, and the PCB has given a green signal to play a Test series on a neutral venue with traditional rival India.

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In this regard, the chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board Management Committee, Najam Sethi, said that we are ready to play a Test series against India in Australia.

He said that if the House Full sign is possible in Australia, it is fine, otherwise, playing the Test series in Dubai will be cheaper for us.

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Also read: Asia Cup, two big teams satisfied with playing in Pakistan Najam Sethi also revealed that they have proposed a hybrid model to India for the Asia Cup.

It is clear that the two major powers of Asian cricket have expressed their satisfaction with playing the Asia Cup in Pakistan. The mentioned event is scheduled to be played in Pakistan in August-September next year.

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