PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja wants to propose a quadrangular series involving India, Pakistan, Australia and England

PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja wants to propose a quadrangular series involving India, Pakistan, Australia and England

Ramiz Raja wants the tournament to be played in the T20I format of the game.

Ramiz Raja
Ramiz Raja. (Photo by ARIF ALI/AFP via Getty Images)

The chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Ramiz Raja wants to have a quadrangular series on an annual basis that involves India, Pakistan, Australia and England. Raja wants the tournament to be played in the T20I format of the game.

It is a well-known fact that both India and Pakistan meet each other only in major ICC events and are not involved in any bilateral ties.

Also, there is excitement in Pakistan as the Australian side will visit Pakistan shores for a full-fledged series in the month of March this year.

Usman Khawaja excited to tour Pakistan

Meanwhile, Australian cricketer Usman Khawaja, who was born in Pakistan revealed that he has enjoyed great support whenever he has visited Pakistan. Khawaja also expressed his eagerness to play cricket on Pakistan soil as well.

“I’ve always had great support in the subcontinent, Bangladesh, India, and particularly Pakistan where I was born. They were amazing even when I was there for the PSL. I would like to go back there and play. It is not that far away but it seems far. Even if I go there on tour, it will be amazing,” said Usman Khawaja according to Fox Cricket.

Also, the chief of the Australian Cricket Association (ACA), Todd Greenberg has said that he will also go with the Aussie players to Pakistan. Greenberg stated that he wants to showcase to the players that he is with the Australian side in this regard.

“I’ve made an assurance to the players that they won’t go alone. If they’re going to Pakistan, I’ll be going with them and I think that’s important. It’s an opportunity to show the players that we’re in this together,” said Greenberg as quoted by the Sydney Morning Herald.