Big news has come out regarding the bilateral series between India and Pakistan. On this, the Interim Chief Executive of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Geoff Allardyce has given important information. He has said that at present there is no chance of India vs Pakistan bilateral series. He also made it clear that the ICC will have no role in the series between the two countries.
He said, “We will not have a role in the bilateral series. Obviously, we enjoy when teams from both countries compete against each other in ICC events, but the current relationship between the two countries and the cricket board is such, which the ICC cannot influence in any way.
He further said, “Like any bilateral cricket, if the cricket boards of both the countries agree, then play series among themselves and do not play if there is no consent. I think at the moment, there is not much change in the situation regarding the cricket series between India and Pakistan.
It is worth noting that all is not going well between India and Pakistan at present, but the teams of both the countries face each other in major ICC tournaments.