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Rameez Raja Is Planning to Play Cricket With India

The four-nation tournament will be proposed by former Pakistan captain Rameez Raja in the T20 International format. It will be a T20 International series, in which four countries will be involved.




Rameez Raja to be Played in T20 International Format


Pakistan Cricket Board ( PCB) president Rameez Raja wants a quadrangular series (four-nation series ) on an annual basis. Which includes India, Pakistan, Australia, and England. Rameez Raja wants the tournament to be played in the T20 International format of the game. It is known to all that both India and Pakistan meet each other only in major ICC events. In view of the political tension and the issue of terrorism, both countries do not engage in any kind of bilateral matches.


Four-nation tournament to be proposed By Former Captain


According to Australia, a four-nation tournament will be proposed by the former Pakistan captain in the T20 series, in which four countries will be involved. India and Pakistan last played a series in India in 2012-13. Pakistan and India have only played in ICC (International Cricket Council) and ACC (Asia Cricket Council) tournaments since 2013.


Rameez Raja told Code Sports that the Australia tour

Earlier, during the tenure of Najam Sethi, the Cricket Board planned to play six series during the 2015-23 cycle, but it did not happen. Pakistan is in a lot of excitement at the moment. Because the Australian team will tour Pakistan for a full series in the month of March this year. Meanwhile, Rameez Raja told Code Sports that he is happy with the recent comments made by Pakistan-born Australian batsman Usman Khawaja ahead of the Australian tour. Because he personally urges teammates to travel to Pakistan


Usman Khawaja excited about Pakistan tour

Meanwhile, Pakistan-born Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja revealed that he has received a lot of support whenever he has been to Pakistan. Khawaja expressed his eagerness to play cricket in Pakistan, Usman Khawaja said,'' I have always had a lot of support in the subcontinent,

Bangladesh, India, and especially Pakistan, where I was born. Even I went for PSL, they were amazing. I would like to go back there and play.


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