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There could be an India-Pakistan T20 bilateral cricket series this year

As reported by Pakistani Media, India and Pakistan could play a short T20 bilateral cricket series this year.

This might come on the heels of a unilateral ceasefire by both nations along the Line of Control (LoC) last month.

If this series happens it would be the first bilateral exchange between the two nations in over 8 years.

The last bilateral between the 2 countries was played in 2012- 2013 when Pakistan Cricket Team visited India for a short ODI and T20 series.

As per a report in the Pakistani Jang newspaper, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) official said that the PCB had been asked to “be ready” for a series with India.

PCB officials also said there has been no direct discussion with India but there are indications and they have been told to be ready for such a series.

However, no one from India has said anything about the series.

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