Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Najam Sethi took a dig at the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Jay Shah, who is also the president of the Asian Cricket Council, for "unilaterally presenting" the ACC calendar for 2023-2024 on Thursday, January 5.

Shah released the men's and women's fixtures on Twitter, with a total of 145 matches set to be held in the 2023-24 period. Replying to the tweet of Shah, the PCB chief poked the BCCI secretary to also present the structure and calendar of this year's Pakistan Super League.

"Thank you Jay Shah for unilaterally presenting ACC structure and calendars 2023-24 especially relating to Asia Cup 2023 for which Pakistan is the event host. While you are at it, you

might as well present structure and calendar of our PSL 2023! A swift response will be appreciated," Sethi tweeted.

Earlier in the day, Shah confirmed that the 50-over Asia Cup will be held in September 2023 while there is no clarity over the host of the tournament. Pakistan have the hosting rights for the Asia Cup but Shah had last year said that the tournament would move to a neutral venue as India would not travel to Pakistan.

"Presenting the ACC pathway structure and cricket calendars for 2023 and 2024! This signals our unparalleled efforts and passion to take this game to new heights. With cricketers across countries gearing up for spectacular performances, it promises to be a good time for cricket!" Shah tweeted.
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