A video on the sudden move by the Pakistan Cricket Board asking the BCCI to play host to a 'home' series of the Pakistan cricket team in the future.

 

According to sources, the PCB chairman, Zaka Ashraf, made the offer to N Srinivasan, on the sidelines of the ICC meeting in Dubai last weekend.

Pakistan have been played all their 'home' series at neutral venues since 2009 as foreign teams have refused to tour the country because of security concerns. They have played their home matches mostly in the UAE.

 

The Indian board has avoided any bilateral cricket relations with Pakistan since the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks. 

 

Recently, Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq also called for the resumption of regular bilateral cricket ties with India, insisting this would prove beneficial not only to both the countries, but also to the world of cricket.