Three places are offered by Pakistan to the ICC for the 2025 Champions Trophy: Report

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) reportedly proposed three sites for the 2025 Champions Trophy. Following a reconnaissance mission by an International Cricket Council (ICC) team, the PCB presented the proposal and the sites that were chosen.

According to ESPNCricinfo, the PCB’s proposal includes three locations: Lahore, Karachi, and Rawalpindi. The board has been working swiftly to improve the locations in anticipation of the Champions Trophy, which is expected to happen in the middle of February. In the most recent edition of the competition, which took place in 2017, Pakistan triumphed by stunning India in the championship match. Although it was initially thought to be the last event, the ICC decided to bring it back in 2022 for the 2023–2027 cycle, and Pakistan was awarded the hosting rights for the 2025 edition.

According to ESPNCricinfo, the PCB’s proposal includes three locations: Lahore, Karachi, and Rawalpindi. The board has been working swiftly to improve the locations in anticipation of the Champions Trophy, which is expected to happen in the middle of February. In the most recent edition of the competition, which took place in 2017, Pakistan triumphed by stunning India in the championship match. Although it was initially thought to be the last event, the ICC decided to bring it back in 2022 for the 2023–2027 cycle, and Pakistan was awarded the hosting rights for the 2025 edition.

The PCB chairman, Mohsin Dafabet, said during a news conference in Lahore, “We’ve sent the schedule for the matches in Pakistan for the ICC Champions Trophy.” “Upon their arrival, we had a wonderful conversation with the ICC security personnel. We’ll also show them the reconstruction plans for the stadium. Here, they looked over the arrangements. We keep in constant contact with the ICC. Our objective is to ensure that Pakistan would play host to an elite competition.”

The main question is if India will agree to send a team to the competition in Pakistan. Last year, India had refused to send a team to Pakistan for the Asia Cup. The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) adopted a hybrid model for the competition, which ultimately resulted in all of India’s matches and the vast majority of matches played overall taking place in Sri Lanka.

A neutral ground Test series between India and Pakistan has been demanded by former cricket players due to the two teams’ frequent recent matches in multi-nation contests. India’s captain, Rummy Modern Apk, has said that his ambition would be to play red ball cricket against Pakistan. “They have a strong squad, an excellent bowling lineup, and a competitive game.” “That will be amazing, especially if you play in conditions abroad,” said the 36-year-old.It’s something I truly want to do. Why not? It would be amazing to have two teams competing. In a podcast on YouTube, Rohit said.

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