Last week, the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) held an executive board meeting to decide on the fate of Pakistan’s hosting rights for this year’s Asia Cup.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has dismissed talks about obtaining government clearances for teams competing in the Asia Cup 2023. The statement came in response to a report claiming that all participating nations in the Asia Cup 2023 have been asked to obtain government permission to travel to Pakistan for the tournament.
Last week, the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) held an executive board meeting to decide on the fate of Pakistan’s hosting rights for this year’s Asia Cup. However, they were unable to reach an agreement during their meeting and decided to postpone the topic until March 2023.
“Sri Lanka recently visited Pakistan in 2017 and 2019, and Bangladesh will visit in 2020. Afghanistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka have confirmed tours to Pakistan in the 2023-2027 Future Tours Programme (FTP), which has been agreed upon and announced by all ICC Members “The Pakistan Cricket Board issued a statement.
According to several reports, the venue for this year’s Asia Cup will be moved away from Pakistan because India does not want to travel to the country under any circumstances. Meanwhile, another report claims that Pakistan will withdraw from the 50-over World Cup in India if they lose the Asia Cup hosting rights.