Chairman English Cricket Board (ECB) Giles Clarke has given time of 4 days to Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI) to ask for their government’s permission regarding Indo-Pak series.
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According to sources, Sri Lanka has been selected as sole host for the Indo-Pak series. New conditions including a slice of the pie from the hosts Sri Lanka have emerged. As per sources, 3 One Day Internationals (ODIs) and 2 T20 matches will be played in the month of December. PCB Chairman Shahrayar Khan has stated that he is yet to meet PM Nawaz and discuss matters with him.
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On the other hand Indian media is claiming that an agreement has reached place between the two boards and that the announcement of the series would take place on November 27. As per Indian media, Giles Clarke will announce the date of the series on November 27. According to Chairman PCB will consult with PM before making a decision.