On Monday, former Australian cricketer Simon O’Donnell alleged that plans are afoot in Australia for a Test series between Pakistan and India. As reported by O’Donnell on a TV show, the two countries are meeting in Australia to discuss the issue in question following their T20 World Cup encounter.
According to O’Donnell, the last encounter between the Green Shirts and Men in Blue was exceptional. Drawing more than 90,000 fans to the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has responded to the Australian cricketer’s allegations by saying they do not know the alleged conversation.
Although PCB insiders have claimed the public is free to disseminate this information. No formal strategy has been implemented. According to reports, the tour schedule for the foreseeable future has already been established. Leaving no room for such a scheme.
“Plans are underway to play a Test match in Australia,” O’Donnell said, sharing details about the possibility.
“People are still talking about that T20 match in the World Cup. It was a high-level match full of pressure and excitement,” he said, commenting on the match between India and Pakistan.
Insisting on his claim about the allegedly potential Test game, O’Donnell further shared: “I can say that there will be talks for the Test; in fact, talks have already taken place. It is also possible that a tri-nation series will take place between Pakistan, India, and Australia.”