Islamabad: The World Cup match between India and Pakistan is scheduled to be played on June 16. Two days ago, Pak Cricket Board Chairman Ehsan Mani said, "We need not beg to play a bilateral series with India. We want to start a cricket relationship with India, but it should be in a civilized and proper manner," Mani said.
According to information, no bilateral series has been played between India and Pakistan since January 2013. However, some multilateral series (ONE/Day) Both teams have played matches in the T20 World Cup-Champions Trophy. Mani also made it clear that the Pakistan women's team will participate in the ICC Women's Championship to be held in India in November this year. He said it would be easier for him (India) to understand when a bilateral series could be held between the two arch-rival teams.
At the same time, the PCB Chief also made a statement on Pakistan's hosting plans this year. He said the Sri Lankan team will come to Pakistan for two Tests in September. The series will be part of the ICC Test Championship. Money said there has been a lot of improvement in matters like security in Pak. So we want to host the cricketing countries as soon as possible. The Pakistan team will also visit Australia in October-November, where the Test and ODI matches will be played between the two.