Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Najam Sethi said that they have signed an agreement with the BCCI to play three ‘home’ and two away bilateral series in the next cycle of the Future Tours Programme.
Sethi said Pakistan had agreed to conditionally support the governance and financial overhaul in the ICC after the BCCI entered into an agreement with the PCB on playing five bilateral series in the next cycle.
“I don’t want to go into the details or make premature statements but India has signed agreements with all Boards, including Pakistan. We are looking at three ‘home’ and two away bilateral series with India in the next cycle of FTP under this agreement,” Sethi said.
He said the ‘home’ series for Pakistan will be at a neutral venue which could be UAE or some other country.