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BCCI proposes venues for India-Pakistan series

Pakistan and India have met on three occasions in multi-national events since Mumbai – Champions Trophy (2009 in South Africa), World Cup (2011 in Mohali) and Asia Cup (2012 in Dhaka). – File photo by Reuters
Pakistan and India have met on three occasions in multi-national events since Mumbai – Champions Trophy (2009 in South Africa), World Cup (2011 in Mohali) and Asia Cup (2012 in Dhaka). – File photo by Reuters

KARACHI: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has given names of the cities likely to host the matches of the upcoming series between Pakistan and India, starting in December, a local newspaper reported.

The series, which will comprise three one-day internationals and two Twenty20s is set to be played in New Delhi, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Kolkata and Chennai according to the schedule sent to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) by the BCCI.

The PCB will send a delegation to India to examine the facilities and security arrangements before the series.


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