PCB Wants Discussion With Other Boards On IPL’s Window In ICC’s Next FTP Calendar: Report

PCB Wants Discussion With Other Boards On IPL’s Window In ICC’s Next FTP Calendar: Report

After the first edition of 2008, Pakistani players were not included in the IPL auction.Twitter

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) wants talks with other boards on the proposed two-and-a-half-month window for the IPL in the next ICC FTP calendar as it feels it has a negative impact on various international series. Can have an effect The Pakistan board’s response came a day after BCCI secretary J Shah’s exclusive interview with PTI, where he said that the Indian board should be given the IPL in the next ICC FTP cycle. From 2024 to 2031 there will be a “two and a half month window”.

“From the next FTP cycle, the IPL will have a two-and-a-half month official window so that all the top international cricketers can participate. We have talked to various boards as well as the ICC,” Shah said in an exclusive. “Shah said in a special. Interview to PTI

The PCB feels that this issue needs to be discussed.

A source close to the PCB said: “The ICC Board will meet during the Commonwealth Games in Birmingham in July and this issue is likely to be discussed.”

The PCB official said that although the PCB is happy to see the money coming in cricket, the BCCI plans to fully book the top international players for the IPL every year. This can have a detrimental effect on the one-way series.

The PCB official added, “Mr J. Shah has said that the BCCI is committed to international two-way cricket but with a lot of leagues and the expansion of the IPL plan, cricket on it. There should be dialogue between the boards. “

Pakistani players have not been included in the IPL auction since the first edition after the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.


While many Pakistani cricketers took part in the inaugural edition of the Indian Premier League, but since then, they have not been included to be part of the cash-strapped league, nor has the BCCI Played a two-way series together. Border relationship.

Many cricket analysts and critics see the huge amount of money in the IPL in the latest media rights as something that will ultimately face international cricket in India with the ongoing FTP calendar ending with the 2023 World Cup. Will change

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