According to sources from BCCI that the cricket board in the country is not planning to host a Test series between India and Pakistan at any venue.
“No such plans for India and Pakistan Test series in future or in any country, if someone has such kind of wish keep it to yourself,” a BCCI source told to Private Media Channel.
Earlier MCC chief executive, Stuart Fox spoke on SEN radio on day 4 of the second Test between Australia and South Africa said that the club, as well as the Victoria government, had made an inquiry with CA about hosting a neutral Test.
Various cricket boards showed interest to conduct the Test series between arch-rivals India and Pakistan. The latest addition to the list is that of Australia after Melbourne Cricket Club (MCC) chief executive Stuart Fox made a statement to Cricket Australia (CA) about hosting the Test at Melbourne.
Since India hosted Pakistan in a bilateral limited-overs series in 2013 the pair have only competed against each other at 20- and 50-overs World Cups and the Asia Cup.
Both teams last time met at the Twenty20 World Cup in October, where more than 90,000 fans attendance recorded at the Melbourne Cricket Ground to watch India Pakistan match where India win a last-ball thriller.
In the month of September, English Cricket Board (ECB) contacted Pakistan’s cricket (PCB) & India’s cricket (BCCI) to hold test series between Pak-India in England.
PCB sources say that the England Cricket Board talked about making the schedule of the Pakistan-India series in the ICC Board and also urged to play this series in England.
According to the latest reports, English Cricket Board just make this offer because of the huge fans of both sides. Later on, Offer was rejected by BCCI as there is some Governmental issues between both countries.