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PCB Confident About Hosting Entire Champions Trophy 2025 in Pakistan - In Bulletin

 In a recent interview, Chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Mohsin Naqvi, confidently said, "Champions Trophy 2025 will only be played in Pakistan. I will not comment on the Indian Cricket Team, but insha'Allah, we will hear good news regarding India's visit to Pakistan!".

"Champions Trophy 2025 in Pakistan: PCB aims for India-Pakistan clash in Lahore. Will the hybrid model return? Exciting cricket ahead!" - In Bulletin.

This announcement comes amidst exciting reports from the Press Trust of India (PTI) that the PCB has laid out plans for a high-stakes Champions Trophy encounter between Pakistan and their traditional rivals, India, in Lahore on March 1 next year. However, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has yet to confirm or approve this proposed schedule.

Champions Trophy 2025 Schedule

The tournament is proposed to run from February 19 to March 9, with March 10 reserved as a reserve day. This period promises to be a cricketing spectacle, drawing fans from across the globe to witness the severing competition.

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Previous Instances and the Hybrid Model

The upcoming Champions Trophy follows the 2023 Asia Cup, where India refused to travel to Pakistan. As a result, a hybrid model was employed, with Pakistan co-hosting the event alongside Sri Lanka. The group matches took place in Pakistan, while India's games were held in Sri Lanka due to security concerns.

There is a significant possibility that the hybrid model might be applied once again. This would mean India's matches could be played at a different venue, ensuring the safety and preferences of all participating teams are respected.

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The Road Ahead

The PCB remains confident and is working diligently to ensure the Champions Trophy 2025 is hosted entirely in Pakistan. Mohsin Naqvi's remarks reflect a strong belief in Pakistan's ability to host this prestigious tournament and reflect international cricket relations.

Cricket fans worldwide are eagerly awaiting further updates and hope for a seamless and inclusive tournament that brings the best of cricket to the forefront. The potential clash between Pakistan and India in Lahore is already generating buzz, promising to be one of the most anticipated matches in recent history.

Stay tuned for more updates as the PCB and BCCI continue discussions and finalize the tournament's arrangements at " In Bulletin".