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PCB has signed an agreement with ICC to host Champions Trophy 2025

PCB has signed an agreement with ICC to host the Champions Trophy 2025. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has signed an agreement to host the Champions Trophy 2025.

The “Hosting Rights Agreement” between PCB and ICC was signed in Dubai, the agreement was signed by Zaka Ashraf and ICC Counsel General Jonathan Hall.

The Pakistan Cricket Board has already informed the government about hosting the Champions Trophy.

On the other hand, Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar assured full government support to PCB in a recent meeting.

It should be noted that the hosting of the Champions Trophy 2025 has been entrusted to Pakistan by the ICC.

Which 3 teams will not be in the ICC Champions Trophy 2025 to be held in Pakistan?

The International Cricket Council has announced the qualifying system for the ICC Champions Trophy 2025.

According to ICC, at the end of the league stage of the ongoing ODI World Cup in India, the top 7 teams will be able to qualify for the Champions Trophy 2025, while Pakistan will be the eighth team as the host.

Teams from West Indies, Zimbabwe, and Ireland will not be included in the 2025 Champions Trophy to be held in Pakistan.

West Indies, Zimbabwe, and Ireland will not be able to qualify for the ICC Champions Trophy tournament due to their failure to make it to the 2023 ODI World Cup.

The ICC Board meeting approved a 10-year cycle starting in 2021, with 8 men’s global tournaments in the cycle.

It should be noted that the ICC Champions Trophy 2025 is hosted by Pakistan.

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