Abdur Rahman Falaknaz, Chairman of Dubai Cricket Council, has offered to host a bilateral series between Pakistan and India. It was almost a month ago that the two archrivals played a T20 World Cup match at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Falaknaz told local media in the UAE that Dubai could be the ideal neutral venue for neighboring Asian giants.
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Political tensions between Pakistan and India have prevented bilateral cricket between the two countries since 2013. India and Pakistan have not played a bilateral series since 2013 owing to political tensions between the neighbors. They have only played in international tournaments.
Source: The Week