Ramiz Raja will present a Four Nations T20I series.© AFP
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja said on Tuesday that he would make a proposal to the International Cricket Council (ICC) about holding a Four Nations T20I series, comprising both India and Pakistan, to be held every year. Raja has expressed his view that he wants to see India, Pakistan, Australia and England compete in the T20I series every year. The PCB chief also said that if this series does go ahead, profits on a percentage basis would be shared among all ICC members.
“Hello Fans. Will propose to the ICC to play a Four Nations T20i Super Series with Pak Ind Aus Eng every year, which will be hosted by these four on a rotational basis. A separate revenue model with profits shared on a percentage basis with all ICC members, think we have a winner,” Raja tweeted.
India and Pakistan last played each other in the Men’s T20 World Cup last year. Pakistan was able to break the World Cup jinx when they finally beat Virat Kohli and boys.
Later this year, Pakistan will host Australia for three tests, three ODIs and one T20I. It is Australia’s first visit to Pakistan since 1998.
Pakistan will also host the ICC Men’s Champions Trophy in 2025.
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