Monday, 26 October 2020

PCB chairman says Big-3 to end in June


LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that the PCB has same stance on the Big-3, which will exist no more after June this year. Talking to Nawa-i-Waqt on telephone, the PCB chairman said that the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) meeting in the last week of this month would prove very crucial to decide about the future of Big-3. “We were against the idea of Big-3 right from the start, and we are stick to our stance on it. A new draft has been made, on which many countries have agreed upon, and I hope in June this year, the Big-3 formula will have no existence.” He said that he was invited by Sri Lanka president Maithripala Sirisena. “I was invited for being the president of the Asian Cricket Council. Sri Lankans are our fast friends and seeing such sweet relations between us, it is expected that we may start holding our home series at the neutral venue of Sri Lanka, which will not only help us strengthen our relations with them but will also cost us cheap than other countries.”

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