Asia Cup 2023: BCCI Secretary Jay Shah Reveals Final Call On Venue Will Be Taken After IPL 2023 Final

Asia Cup 2023: BCCI Secretary Jay Shah Reveals Final Call On Venue Will Be Taken After IPL 2023 Final

New Delhi: A final decision on the country – or countries – hosting the Asia Cup will be taken on the sidelines of the IPL 2023 final, which will be.

Attended by a host of top Asian Cricket Council (ACC) dignitaries, BCCI secretary Jay Shah said on Thursday. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)

Have proposed a ‘hybrid model’ for hosting the Asia Cup 2023 with India’s matches set to take place in Dubai or Srilanka while the rest of the tournamet.

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Will take place in Pakistan. As of now, the decision with regards to hosting of Asia Cup hasn’t yet been finalised. We are busy with IPL but the top.

Dignitaries of Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), Bangladesh and Afghanistan Cricket Board are coming to watch the IPL final. We will have a discussion and.

Take a final decision in due course,” Jay Shah told PTI. BCCI Secretary Jay Shah confirms Sri Lanka, Bangladesh & Afghanistan Cricket boards’.

President will attend final of this IPL 2023 at Ahmedabad and discussions with them for fate of Asia Cup 2023. The hosts for this year’s Asia Cup is Pakistan.

But with the Indian cricket team not travelling to the neighbouring country without the Central government’s permission, PCB chairman.

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Najam Sethi had proposed a ‘Hybrid Model’ where four games are supposed to be hosted in their country. It has been learnt from ACC sources that.

Sethi’s proposed ‘Hybrid model’ that Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal and Afghanistan play four preliminary matches in Pakistan with India playing all.

Their games at neutral venues, looks like a feasible solution although ACC had made no formal statements. The two India-Pakistan games will.

Also be held in Sri Lanka although the PCB wants them in Dubai. “ACC head Jay Shah will summon an executive body meeting where a formal.

Announcement will take place. The PCB doesn’t mind playing India at a neutral venue. While they would prefer Dubai because it would lead

To more gate receipts, it is open to playing in another country (read Sri Lanka) provided the ACC matches the gate receipts amount (USD 0.5 million)

That Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) received in 2022 from the Indo-Pak games in Dubai,” an ACC source privy to development told PTI on conditions of anonymity.

While PCB maintains that playing the World Cup in India is subject to government clearance and is a matter to be treated in isolation from Asia Cup.

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Hosting rights, it is a foregone conclusion that neither BCCI, nor ICC or the host broadcasters will be agreeable.

To an India-Pakistan World Cup match taking place in Bangladesh. The window for the Asia Cup this year is between September 1-17.