Check Which International Stadium wants to Host India-Pakistan Test Series

The Idea of the India-Pakistan Test Series was put by Indian Skipper Rohit Sharam

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Check Which International Stadium wants to Host India-Pakistan Test Series
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Many International Stadiums from England want to host the India-Pakistan Test Series. Some renowned stadiums Lord’s, The Oval, and Edgbaston have expressed interest in hosting the bilateral Test cricket between India and Pakistan, as reported by The Telegraph on Monday.

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According to the report, representatives from Lord’s and the counties Surrey and Warwickshire told the publisher they are interested in hosting a ground-breaking Test series between the Arch rivals.


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Furthermore, the Chief Executives of both Surrey and Warwickshire Steve Elworthy and Stuart Cain offered their support for the plans to host the Pakistan-India Test series at their respective venues.

The Idea of the India-Pakistan Test Series was put by Indian Skipper Rohit Sharam, he showed his interest in an interview with the Club Prairie Podcast that it would be amazing for India to face Pakistan in a Test match hosted at a neutral venue. Rohit Said:

“It’ll be a good contest, especially if you play overseas conditions.”

“They’re [Pakistan] a good team. They have a superb bowling lineup… At the end of the day, we want to be in a contest and I think it will be a great contest between the two sides.

“We anyway play them in ICC trophies, so it doesn’t really matter. It’s just pure cricket that I’m looking at. I’m not interested in anything else. It’s pure cricket, the game between bat and ball. It’ll be a great contest.”

It is important to note that Pakistan has not faced India in test cricket from 2007-2008 and a bilateral series in any format since 2012-2013. This is just because of never-ending political issues between both countries.

The fierce rivals, however, only came face to face in multi-national events like Asia Cupand ICC World Cups.

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