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Broadcasting Rights creating problems for Pakistan-India series

The super hit cricketing battle between Pakistan and India is still far away more than 6 months from now and problems are still with the series as BCCI is not happy with TEN Sports. All Pakistan home matches series are being telecasted by TEN network.

Broadcasting Rights creating problems for Pakistan-India series.

Board of Cricket Control in India and TEN Network are not having good relations with each other and it is making hurdles for the Indo-Pak clash. Though PCB Chairman has faith that it won’t create much problems for us and we’ll sort it out shortly.

Shahrayar Khan said, “No. I must explain that we will be dealing with the issue in the next few weeks and hopefully we will find a resolution to that. It is not so much with the Government of India. It is the BCCI and the broadcasters. We will jointly try to overcome it and I’m hopeful we can.”

As per the meeting between BCCI and PCB Chairman the reports have suggested that Pakistan to host arch rivals India in December month at United Arab Emirates. There will be three tests, 5 ODIs and two twenty20 matches will be played between these two sides.

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