Pakistan Cricket Board Chair Reveals The Organization Is Ready To Bear Cost Of Playing In India
Pakistan Cricket Board Chair Zaka Ashraf, "starved of bilateral series against India," said that the PCB is ready to bear the logistical cost of playing against the arch-rivals as well as other countries, according to the PTI. Ashraf said that the PCB was "more than willing to bear the cost" of organizing more series of the sort. Ashraf said, "I have always maintained that revival of bilateral series is a step forward in the right direction. My relationship with BCCI President N Srinivasan has been very cordial. I have told him that we are ready to play India anywhere in the world even in neutral venues." He added, "We can even pay the rent for using the facilities and have more matches against India and other nations. An India versus Pakistan series has a lot of economic relevance" (PTI, 9/30).