India and Pakistan have not played bilateral matches for almost 10 years due to political tensions between the two countries.

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ramiz Raja is hopeful of a positive outcome with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) in the upcoming International Cricket Council (ICC) meeting from April 7 to 10 in Dubai to restart the bilateral matches between the two arch-rivals. Due to political issues, the two countries haven’t competed in India and Pakistan.

However, Ramiz is determined about getting the series back on track and has already revealed proposing a four-nation annual T20 series involving India, Pakistan, Australia, and England.

The revenue through the tournament is expected to be huge as Pakistan and India have a large fan base worldwide. The fans would be able to witness more matches between India and Pakistan, who have been playing against each other in the ICC events and Asia Cup.

According to the sources from the Nation, Ramiz Raja is likely to give a briefing to the ICC on the successful hosting of matches between Pakistan and Australia in the sub-continent country. The security conditions have improved in Pakistan, which is good news for the PCB.

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