ISLAMABAD: The cricket boards of Pakistan and India has reportedly agreed to play ‘full-series’ on a neutral venue in 2015; which would be hosted by Pakistan, local media said.
Pakistan would play a full series against the arch-rivals India on a neutral venue in 2015; however, the final schedule is due to be finalised, Geo News reported.
The reports quoted sources that the series will be comprised of Tests, One Day Internationals (ODIs) and T20 format plays.
Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) agreed over organising the series with all formats of cricket, reports claimed.
Two Tests, 5 One Day International (ODI) and 2 Twenty20 format matches would be played in the expected series in 2015; whereas India will host a series against Pakistan in 2017.
Series between arch-rivals Pakistan-India is always considered as the most awaited and ‘more than a game’ cricket fights amongst the cricket lovers. However, the emergence of reports made after Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) ‘conditional’ back for Big-3 in International Cricket Council (ICC).