No possibility of India-Pakistan bilateral cricket series in next year agenda.

ACCAfter Asian Cricket Council determined to schedule the Asia Cup from March 12 to 22 in Dhaka, the possibility of an India-Pakistan bilateral series next year has all but ended.

The assessment was taken at the ACC’s meeting, ending almost all possibility of the much-speculated bilateral series summarized by the ICC’s Future Tours Program during that period.

Pakistan Cricket Board’s Chief Operating Officer Subhan Ahmed told that “It was agreed that the Asia Cup 2012 would go ahead on the proposed dates.”

He added that “There was discussion of the ACC postponing the Asia Cup if both India and Pakistan agreed to play their series within that slot but that idea has faded out for many reasons.”

Ahmed said that the bilateral series was never on the ACC agenda but the PCB was hopeful to get some pledge from the Indian officials.


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