According to a portion of the Pakistani media, the BCCI has approved a hybrid format for holding matches. Officials with the BCCI have denied these claims.
The Asia Cup should be totally shifted from Pakistan to a neutral location, according to the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI). The IPL 2023 final will be played in Ahmedabad on Sunday, and it has been learned that an unofficial gathering of Asia Cup officials will be seen there.
“The IPL 2023 final, which will be played on May 28 at the Narendra Modi Stadium, will be graced by the respective presidents of the Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Sri Lanka Cricket Boards. In order to outline the future course of action in respect to the Asia Cup 2023, we will have conversations with them, according to Jay Shah, secretary of the BCCI and president of the Asian Cricket Council.
According to a portion of the Pakistani media, the BCCI has approved a hybrid format for holding matches. The first four non-Indian matches of the league stage, including Pakistan’s home match against Nepal to be played in Lahore before the competition switches to a neutral location, are outlined in this plan put out by Pakistan Cricket Board head Najam Sethi. BCCI officials have refuted these reports
According to information obtained, the Indian board wishes to conduct the full event in Sri Lanka. Pakistan wants UAE to be the neutral location despite the hot climate in order to increase gate revenues. Pakistan also wants to push for the hybrid model.
Additionally, the PCB has made a connection between the Asia Cup controversy and their attendance in the October–November ODI World Cup being hosted in India. Four months before the major event, the schedule has not yet been made public.