LAHORE: After the cancellation of bilateral series towards the end of last year by India, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) executive committee chairman Najam Sethi has ruled out the possibility of touring India in 2017.
Talking about the cancellation of their already agreed tour Sethi said: ‘They will have to fulfill what they owe us this year or the next (before we can tour India).’
Both cricket boards had signed a memorandum of understanding in 2014 to play at least six series from 2015 to 2023, with Pakistan hosting the first one in December.
“They owe us four home series, and Pakistan gets to host the first one. It was supposed to happen in December but (it didn’t). Eventually, they have to fulfill their obligation before we will go there. They either have to play us in the UAE, or Sri Lanka or wherever we can mutually agree on. They have to keep their contractual obligation,” he was quoted as saying by ESPN Cricinfo.