Ramiz Raja Proposes a Series Between Australia, England, Pakistan and India:
The Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board either enjoys making headlines or ensures that whatever he does becomes a headline. According to a recent report by an Australian website, the PCB Chairman is planning to propose an annual quadrangular T20I series between Australia, England, Pakistan, and India. The Ashes rivalry between Australia and England, as well as the Indo-Pak rivalry, are the two most anticipated rivalries in the history of the game. Despite the fact that the Ashes is played every year, India and Pakistan have not played a bilateral series in nearly a decade. This is due to the political tensions that exist between the two Asian countries.
However, recent reports indicate that Ramiz Hasan Raja wishes to contribute in some way to the resumption of Indo-Pak cricket. The concept is brilliant, and broadcasters will be salivating as the Ashes and Indo-Pak rivalry promise high TV ratings. So, if this occurs, it will undoubtedly set a new record. PCB is always eager to re-establish cricketing ties with India. However, BCCI avoids this question by blaming everything on their current administration. Currently, two former cricketers, Saurav Ganguly and Ramiz Raja, are the Chairmen of the BCCI and the PCB, respectively, and as athletes, they understand the importance of keeping sports and politics separate. There is a glimmer of hope, but we will have to wait and see if it comes to fruition.