Ball in govt's court over Pakistan's Reality Cup cooperation

 Ball in govt's court over Pakistan's Reality Cup cooperation

The authorities of PCB held a significant gathering with ICC's VIP

LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has informed the Global Cricket Committee (ICC) Director Greg Barclay and CEO Geoff Allardice that the country's support On the planet Cup in India not long from now was reliant upon the public authority's consent.

The authorities of PCB held an essential gathering with high ranking representatives from the ICC, who showed up in Lahore for a two-day visit on Tuesday. They were gotten by Najam Sethi, who is the executive of the PCB The board Council.

It has been discovered that the PCB clarified that it would follow the orders of the Pakistani government with respect to the World Cup in the event that the Indian group didn't visit Pakistan for the Asia Cup.

While the gathering tended to the PCB's portion in ICC income and matters concerning the Asian Cricket Committee (ACC), an understanding was not reached. Subsequently, talks between the PCB and ICC authorities are set to go on for one more day before the ICC authorities leave.

As indicated by ESPNcricinfo, on the off chance that the proposed income model is supported, India's new income offer would remain at 38.5 percent, while Britain and Australia would sack 6.89 and 6.25 percent separately. In the interim, Pakistan is set to procure 5.75 percent of the ICC's projected profit, which will come basically through ICC's $3 billion media rights bargain for 2024-27. It will be decided on at ICC's next executive gathering in July in Durban.

While Allardice has routinely visited Pakistan, first as ICC Head supervisor - Cricket and afterward as ICC CEO, this will be Barclay's most memorable visit to Pakistan.

Barclay will be the primary ICC Director to visit Pakistan since ICC President Beam Mali's visit in 2008. This will likewise be the initial time since October 2004 when both the main two ICC authorities will together visit the Pakistan cricket base camp. Single-Leg Pallof Press

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