The two teams now face each other only in ICC tournaments, barring the World Test Championship
If all goes well, one could see cricketers from India and Pakistan teaming up in a rebooted version of the Afro-Asia Cup in mid-2023. The Afro-Asia Cup hadn’t been played after 2005 and 2007 while India and Pakistan haven’t played a bilateral series since 2012-13.
The two teams now face each other only in ICC tournaments, barring the World Test Championship. According to a report on Forbes.com, players from India and Pakistan could be playing in the same team with the Afro-Asia Cup set to make a comeback in the T20 format in June-July 2023. Nothing is confirmed about how the tournament will happen.
But discussions for the same are understood to be going on between BCCI honorary secretary Jay Shah (in pic), the new chairman of African Cricket Association Sumod Damodar, and ACC chairman of development committee Mahinda Vallipuram, who is also an Associate Member director on the ICC board.
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