Roger Binny, president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), and Rajeev Shukla, vice-president, will travel to Pakistan for the upcoming 2023 Asia Cup, which will start on August 30,
Details indicate that vice-president Rajeev Shukla and BCCI president Roger Binny will go to Pakistan on September 4 to see a match during the Asia Cup 2023.
Officials from the BCCI will meet Zaka Ashraf, Chairman Management Committee of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), in addition to attending the game.
An invitation to the mega-event was given by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to the members of the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) and other cricket bodies.
The opening match of the 2018 Asia Cup will take place on August 30 in Multan between host Pakistan and Nepal.
There will be four games, including a Super 4s match, played in Pakistan.
The Super 4s final and the remainder of the group stage games, including the eagerly awaited matchup between India and Pakistan on September 2, will be contested in Colombo.
If both teams succeed in qualifying for the Super 4s, the bitter rivals Pakistan and India will square off once more on September 10 in Colombo.
If both archrivals, in a first, qualify for the final at the same time, the Asia Cup calendar has the potential to treat cricket fans to a maximum of three Pakistan-India encounters in a single event.
Six teams will compete in the next Asia Cup, divided into two groups. The top two teams from each group will advance to the Super 4s. The event will be held across the continent from August 31 to September 17.
The ODI format will be used at the Asia Cup 2023, which will provide the Asian countries a chance to improve their preparations for the future ICC Men’s World Cup.