ICC is Unlikely to Approve Ramiz Raja’s Four-Nation Tournament Proposal
The PCB chairman’s project on the four-nation series is unlikely to be approved by the ICC. According to a Cricketer’s report, the ICC is unlikely to approve Ramiz Raja’s proposal of four-nation tournament.
This is due to the complexity of organizing the series between India and Pakistan. The political situation in both the countries will be a major obstacle for the resumption of cricket activities.
Ramiz Raja, chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, called for a four-nation tournament with teams from India, Pakistan, Australia and England.
The ICC meeting is scheduled to be held on April 10 in Dubai. It is at this meeting that the proposal for a four-party T20 series will be formally raised by Ramiz Raja. Ahead of the ICC meeting in Dubai, Ramiz Raja hinted at talking to BCCI President Sourav Ganguly.