PCB rejects Bangladesh's proposal to play only one Test in Pakistan and another in Dhaka
KARACHI: Bangladesh agreed to play a test in Pakistan, provided the second game of the ICC World Test Championship a proposal that was rejected by the printed circuit card .
A Pakistan Cricket Board ( printed circuit card ) official said that the board has rejected the Bangladesh Cricket Board ( BCB ) Proposal, making it clear that the two Tests were part of the local Pakistan series and should be played there.
It is strange that the BCB wants Pakistan to play a Test in Bangladesh in return, the official told PTI.
Bangladesh is due to tour Pakistan from January 18 to play two Tests and three T20 Internationals but the tour is still uncertain after BCB officials said that they will just play the T20 series there and not the Tests.
Bangladesh first wants to play three T20s in Pakistan and then, after assessing the security situation, decides whether to play the Test series or not.
The printed circuit card , however, has ruled out hosting the Test matches at a neutral venue.
"Privately the proposal to have one Test in Pakistan and one in Bangladesh has been floated but has been rejected," the printed circuit card official said.