Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Ehsan Mani has revealed that no decision has been yet taken on the fate of Asia Cup 2020. The event is currently scheduled to be played in September, however, with the Coronavirus pandemic the event is likely to be affected.
Earlier, the meeting was scheduled to decide the venue of the tournament as BCCI is reluctant to send players to Pakistan as PCB owns the rights of this edition. But due to the COVID-19 outbreak the meeting was postponed.
“There has not been any discussion on the matter yet. Nothing has been decided,” Mani said. “We haven’t decided on a date for the meeting either. The ACC is monitoring the situation and will take a call accordingly,” he added. The Asia Cricket Council is also looking into the matter closely before they make an official decision.