New Delhi: Cricket lovers won't have to wait for long to witness nerve wrecking encounters. Yes, the arch rivals and big names from the cricketing world India and Pakistan would soon exchange blows with bat and bowl on the field.
The two countries may play three One-Day Internationals in December as the cricket boards of the two countries have agreed in principal to resume the cricketing ties. The ties were suspended long time back in 2008.
The ODI series is expected to be played during the Christmas break in India. Mohali, New Delhi and Dharamshala are the likely venues for the series.
England, who will come to India in November to play four Tests, five ODIs and two Twenty20s, will go back on December 22 for the Christmas after the Test series and will return for the remaining series on January 3.
The BCCI, however, still needs the approval of the Government of India to go ahead with the series.
No team has visited Pakistan for a tour after the terrorist attack on their players in Lahore on March 3, 2009.
Resumption of cricket between the two countries would surely bring smiles to the sport’s lovers across the globe.