PCB's case against the BCCI will be heard at the ICC Headquarters

Hearing will take place from October 1-3 in Dubai

PCB's case against the BCCI will be heard at the ICC Headquarters PHOTO COURTESY: ICC

The case filed by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) against the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will be heard at the International Cricket Council (ICC) Headquarters in Dubai from October 1-3, 2018.

PCB is being represented by Khwaja Ahmad Hosain, Advocate Supreme Court of Pakistan, Alexandros Panayides of Clifford Chance, London and Salman Naseer, PCB General Manager Legal Affairs.

Other lawyers from Clifford Chance, London and LMA Ebrahim Hosain, Pakistan will also be present during the hearing.

On the other hand the Dispute Panel hearing the matter will consist of Michael Beloff QC, Chairperson, Jan Paulsson and Annabelle Bennett.

Earlier PCB had filed the $70 million compensation case against BCCI for not fulfilling the Memorandum of Understand (MoU), which was signed at the time of the formation of ‘Big Three’.

According to that MoU, arch-rivals were set to face each other in six bilateral series from 2015-2023, four of which were supposed to be hosted by Pakistan.

However, not a single series was materialised after BCCI claimed that it has not received permission from the federal government to play the Men in Green due to political tensions between both countries.