ICC will hear PCB case against BCCI from 1 to 3 October

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International Cricket Council (ICC) will hear the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) case against Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) from next week.

ICC will hear the PCB case against BCCI from 1st to 3rd October. The case is about claiming damages due to the India’s refusal to play the bilateral cricket series against Pakistan.

Khwaja Ahmad Hosain, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan, Alexandros Panayides of Clifford Chance, London, Lawyers from Clifford Chance, London represent PCB.


In addition, Lawyers from LMA Ebrahim Hosain, Pakistan, Salman Naseer, PCB GM Legal Affairs.

The Dispute Panel which will hear the matter comprises of Chairperson, Jan Paulsson Annabelle Bennett and Michael Beloff QC.

In April, PCB and BCCI gave strong statements during the meeting held by ICC in Calcutta. Things got intense between two arch rival boards as both boards expressed their opinion on the India Pakistan cricket series. The meeting also included former PCB Chairman Najam Sethi.

The matter has been discussed in connection with bilateral series. The BCCI Secretary Amitabh Chaudhary has repeatedly refused to accept it as a contract. He claimed that it was a letter of interest only and not a contract. PCB would not be considered as a war but they considered it as an agreement.

Also Read: PCB and BCCI Smashed Each Other in ICC Meeting

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