Thursday, 19 July 2018

No more Pakistan-India matches in ICC’s new Future Tour Programme

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DUBAI: International Cricket Council (ICC) has proposed Future Tour Programme (FTP) in which Pakistan team is schedule to play only 38 bilateral ODIs and 28 Tests in four-year cycle from 2019 to 2023.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is waiting for a decision on its dispute claim against India before finalising its slot for ICC proposed future tour program (FTP) from 2019 to 2023.

The board is waiting for a decision by the dispute panel before deciding on slots for at least 19 matches.

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“That is because we have 19 matches with India not slotted, yet awaiting clearance from ICC dispute resolution committee,” the site quoted PCB official.

If dispute panel decides against Pakistan then the PCB will have an option of filling the slots with other teams, the channel added.

It further added that the FTP won’t be signed until the decision on the dispute is announced.

The PCB had earlier officially stated that any decision by the dispute resolution committee should be reflected on the FTP.

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“Under the prevailing circumstances, it is the PCB’s position that if the Dispute Resolution Committee decides the dispute in PCB’s favour then any FTP will need to be adjusted to reflect the decision,” it said.

The PCB has claimed a compensation of $70 million from BCCI for not honouring its commitment of playing series according to the MoU signed between the two boards.

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