Administrator Pakistan Cricket Board Ehsan Mani said that a respective arrangement among Pakistan and India could be valuable for universal cricket.

The PCB administrator, in a meeting with Cricbuzz, said that the two neighbors are not playing any matches aside from in Asian Cricket Council and International Cricket Council occasions.

“Pakistan-India matches are the most-watched cricket matches in the world[…] It is useful for the strength of worldwide cricket that we play against one another, be that as it may, in our arranging we don’t consider any respective arrangement against India,” he was cited as saying by the site.

Talking on the suspension of the Asia Cup, he said that Pakistan and Sri Lanka had concluded that the last would have the following competition as it would be in “a superior situation” when contrasted with different nations in the locale due to coronavirus.

“The budgetary effect on Pakistan is insignificant; the significance of the Asia Cup is that it creates assets for the advancement of the developing cricket countries in Asia. There is [a] finished agreement inside ACC on the planning of the Asia Cup,” Mani said.

Discussing PCB’s relations with BCCI, he said that the PCB has “issues” with the last mentioned yet “I don’t have a dread that a few nations will put their inclinations in front of what is useful for the game in general.”

“We as a whole owe an obligation of care to the worldwide game and the prosperity of world cricket and not put our momentary advantages before it,” Mani included.

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