PCB: We've agreed to six tours with India

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A high-up Pakistan Cricket Board official, according to reports, has revealed that they have signed an agreement with the BCCI to play six tours against India over the next eight years.

A high-up Pakistan Cricket Board official, according to reports, has revealed that they have signed an agreement with the BCCI to play six tours against India over the next eight years.

Four of those tours will reportedly take place in Pakistan, starting in 2015, though no international cricket has been played there since 2008. The BCCI have not made a comment on this, but if true, it will be a massive change in Indo-Pak relations.

A PCB official told <i>Cricinfo</i>: "We are working on chalking out a detailed FTP for eight years but meanwhile I can confirm that the MoU has been signed with India, according to which we will be playing six series.

"They will be hosting us twice while Pakistan will host them four times as a part of home series and further modalities will be confirmed later on."

The tours will potentially see 14 Tests played between the sides until 2023, as well as 30 ODIs and 12 T20s. The countries last played a full series against each other in 2007.

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