The Indian cricket crew will not be venturing out to Pakistan for the 2023 Asia Cup, Asian Cricket Board boss Jay Shah said on Tuesday uninvolved of the 91st BCCI Yearly Regular gathering (AGM) in Mumbai on Tuesday. The 2023 Asia Cup is scheduled to be facilitated by Pakistan and sources had before said that the BCCI was available to sending Group India to take part in the competition. Shah, who is likewise the BCCI secretary, said that the 2023 Asia Cup might be played in an unbiased setting and not Pakistan.
India had last visited Pakistan for a respective series in 2005-06 under the administration of Rahul Dravid. India and Pakistan have not played a two-sided cricket series beginning around 2012-13 when Pakistan had visited India for three T20Is and as numerous ODIs. From that point forward, both have recently met in world occasions or Asia Cup.
Matches between the different sides are in every case profoundly expected and arenas go full house. The tickets for the two group’s T20 World Cup 2022 on October 23 were sold out not long after its delivery.
Pakistan have given a few noteworthy exhibitions against India and they even broke the World Cup curse against India by overcoming them in the T20 World Cup last year in the UAE.
Observing that presentation, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) boss Ramiz Raja as of late said that Group India have now begun to give Pakistan regard and subsequently the Babar Azam-drove side should be valued for giving India an extreme battle.
“These are games are more about the mindset, instead of ability and ability. Indeed, even little groups can overtake huge groups, on the off chance that they have the disposition of not surrendering. Pakistan have forever been the dark horses heading into (World Cup) games against India. In any case, they have begun to give us regard, of late. Prior, they believed that Pakistan can’t beat them,” Raja told Day break News.