Matches against India, Pakistan wants to end famine in the "Big 4" series -

Matches against India, Pakistan wants to end famine in the “Big 4” series

The “Big Three” plan to establish a monopoly on the ICC in the past, protected the interests of the already financially stable India, England, and Australia, needed them for other resources, and eventually in world cricket. Given the unrest, the system was formally abolished.

But even now the three countries have more opportunities to make huge profits in their competitions, they try to fill their coffers by playing with each other as much as possible.

PCB chairman Rameez Raja also wants to name Pakistan as the fourth superpower in world cricket, according to a report by a foreign news agency.

In this way, not only other big teams but also traditional rivals Pakistan and India will have the opportunity to play regular matches.

It may be recalled that the last bilateral series between the neighboring countries took place in 2012/13 when the Green Shirts visited India. Since then, the Indian government has been refusing to play, throwing the wreckage of political tensions on the games.

The two teams have only competed in ICC events, earning a record.

The Chairman PCB had also said in his first press conference that due to political difficulties there is no competition at present, progress can be made in the tri-national series, the head of the board now to propose 4-nation series is ready.

Talking to the media, Rameez Raja repeatedly tries to convince the Australian players about the positive impact of his visit to Pakistan on the new generation of cricketers, fans, and the game.

The series is also being scheduled at a time like this. That other engagement should not interfere with the availability of star players.

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