Ramiz Raja to meet Indian Cricket Board officials next week
The ICC meeting is scheduled to be held in Dubai from April 7 and will last for three days till April 10
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja is set to meet officials from the Indian cricket board for a formal meeting in Dubai.
Raja will meet the officials during the board meeting of the International Cricket Council (ICC) and it will play a crucial role in the future of both cricketing nations’ schedules.
The ICC meeting is scheduled to be held in Dubai from April 7 and will last for three days till April 10.
Ramiz Raja and Chief Executive Faisal Hasnain will leave for Dubai tomorrow. The session will begin with a chief executive meeting where various issues will be reviewed.
The meeting will look at Finance and other committees. According to sources, in the board meeting, Chairman PCB Ramiz Raja will share a special report to the ICC on hosting the Pak-Australia series.
On the sidelines of the meeting, the PCB chairman will also hold meetings with various heads of the respective boards to improve relations and create future opportunities for Pakistan cricket. The Chairman PCB will also share the proposed plan for the four-nation T20 tournament with other board officials.
The four-nation T20 tournament consists of arch-rivals Pakistan and India, and the Ashes rivals Australia and England. The proposed tournament has an estimated revenue generation of USD 650 Million to be distributed among all four participants and ICC.
The money can be used to develop cricket for the Associate Countries.
This meeting will be the first physical meeting in two years – due to Covid-19 – as all the board members will be arriving in Dubai by tomorrow.