The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) has ended the stalemate over the hosting of the Asia Cup 2023 by accepting Pakistan’s proposal. The matches will be held in Pakistan and Sri Lanka according to a hybrid model. This was proposed by Pakistan after India refused to tour Pakistan last year. The hybrid model suggests that matches involving India could be played in Sri Lanka, a neutral venue. Pakistan had threatened to boycott the World Cup in India if they were forced to host the entire Asia Cup in another country. The ACC has announced that the tournament will take place from August 31 to September 17, 2023, with four matches in Pakistan and nine in Sri Lanka. India will not be playing any matches in Pakistan, and the BCCI requires government approval before crossing borders. This will be the first time since 2008 that a multi-nation cricket tournament will be staged in Pakistan. The PCB is happy that their hybrid model proposal has been accepted, and they are looking forward to the successful delivery of the event.
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