ICC T20 World Cup: “Blank Cheque Ready For PCB” If Pakistan Beat India, says Ramiz Raza


Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja.© AFP

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ramiz Raja has revealed that PCB will get a clean cheque if the Babar Azam-led facet beat India within the upcoming T20 World Cup. India will face Pakistan of their opening sport of the ICC Males’s T20 World Cup 2021 on the Dubai Worldwide Stadium on October 24. “PCB runs 50 per cent on the funding of ICC. 90 per cent of funding to ICC comes from India. I am afraid that if India stopped funding ICC, then PCB would possibly collapse as a result of PCB offers zero per cent funding to ICC. I am decided to make Pakistan cricket robust,” Cricket Pakistan quoted Ramiz Raja as saying in a gathering with the Senate Standing Committee on Inter-Provincial Coordination (IPC)

“One robust investor informed me {that a} clean cheque is prepared for the PCB if Pakistan beats India within the upcoming T20 World Cup,” he added.

Final month, New Zealand determined to finish the tour in opposition to Pakistan following a New Zealand authorities safety alert. The PCB chairman mentioned groups will not withdraw from touring Pakistan if the board has robust monetary help.

“If our cricket economic system is robust, we can’t be used after which binned by groups like England and New Zealand,” he mentioned. “Greatest cricket group and greatest cricket economic system are two huge challenges,” mentioned Ramiz.

India, champions within the inaugural version performed in South Africa in 2007 and finalists in 2014, will even have Afghanistan, New Zealand, and two qualifiers from Spherical 1 to take care of in Group 2.

In the meantime, Group 1 includes England, Australia, South Africa, the West Indies, and two qualifiers from Spherical 1. The ICC Males”s T20 World Cup in UAE and Oman will get underway from October 17, with the ultimate to be performed in Dubai on November 14.

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