The border tension between Pakistan and India is at an all-time high for the past several years and any possible bilateral series between the arch-rivals seems unlikely. BCCI Committee of Administrators (CoA) chairman Vinod Rai has said that India will be willing to take on Pakistan at a neutral venue.
While speaking to Indian Express, the CoA chief said that he is not in favour of isolating Pakistan in the cricketing world. “On playing Pakistan, I think there is a government policy that you can play on neutral territory and not on each other. We are very clear in our minds that on neutral territory we will play any country,” Rai said.
Following these comments, it is safe to say that any India-Pakistan bilateral series can be ruled out in the near future. However, the nations could face off in global events as they did so in the World Cup.