The chief of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Khan has said that they are willing to send their team to India for a bilateral series. In what seems like a situation arising out of desperation, it is a mellowed stance from the PCB which was earlier insisting that India have to play their national team in UAE since the last time the two teams met in Test cricket, India played hosts. Also Read - Coronavirus: Ishan Porel Joins COVID-19 Fight, to Arrange Basic Food And Grocery For 100 People in His Locality Amid Lockdown

It must be noted that the last Test series between the two countries took place almost a decade ago in 2007-08. Also Read - Coronavirus: BCCI President Sourav Ganguly Visits Iconic 'Belur Math' During Lockdown, Donates 2000 Kg Rice to Needy | SEE PICS



Speaking to the media at a function in Pakistan, Shaharyar said, “The PCB would be willing to even send the team to play in India but unfortunately the situation is that the BCCI is not even ready to play with us in their own country citing security threats. We would be willing to play in India despite security threats.” Also Read - Coronavirus: Anushka Sharma Shares Adorable Moment With Virat Kohli During COVID-19 Lockdown, Lists Positives During Self-Quarantine | SEE POST

He also talked about cricket going ahead with their other neighbours, Bangladesh. He said, “We will sit down and look into it but we have said that we have been to Bangladesh twice or thrice now in last few years and they have not come to play with us since 2008.”