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Ramiz Raja’s quadrangular T20 idea gains support ahead of ICC meeting

According to ESPNCricinfo, PCB Chairman Ramiz Raja’s proposal for a quadrangular T20 event won support from the ECB, CA and CWI ahead of his presentation of plans to the ICC board on Saturday. Ramiz’s idea is to organize an annual tournament involving Pakistan, India, Australia and England.

In the latest development reported by ESPNCricinfo, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ramiz Raja’s proposal of a T20 quadrangular event has already got the green light from a few national boards including the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB). , Cricket Australia (CA) and Cricket West Indies (CWI). Furthermore, the report suggested that the India Cricket Control Board ( BCCI) are also not totally opposed to the proposal.

“We think the ECB, CA, CWI and PCB were in favour; indications are that BCCI is not in direct opposition,” the report read.

Ramiz pitched the idea of ​​an annual tournament on Saturday (April 9) involving Pakistan, India, Australia and England, but he also mentioned that it will create revenue for all full members. . ICC nations. He also indicated that he wanted the ICC to organize the event every year.

The ESPNCrinfo report also mentioned that ECB CEO Tom Harrison brought up Ramiz’s idea during the CIC meeting. The CA and the CWI gave their support after the end of the pitch, as well as the ECB and the PCB. However, it is still unclear what the BCCI, led by Sourav Ganguly, is about to decide. Notably, Ganguly was the first to host a four-nation tournament in December 2019.

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