Before the Asia Cup, many players, including Babar, opened a front against PCB in Pak cricket.

Asia Cup is going to start from 27th August. The first match of the Indian team in this tournament will be against Pakistan on August 28. The Indian team looks completely ready for this tournament. But just before this Asia Cup, there has been a ruckus in Pakistan cricket. In fact, the players of the Pakistan cricket team have lodged a protest with the PCB regarding their central contract.

Players Open Front Against PCB
The players of the Pakistan cricket team have lodged a protest with the PCB regarding their central contract. Although all the players have agreed for the time being, but after the Asia Cup, there will be a meeting of the PCB and the players. According to media reports, star players like Babar Azam, Shaheen Afridi, Mohammad Rizwan, captain of the Pakistan team, have asked to change the central contract against the board. Many players haven’t even signed the contract yet.

Board has imposed many restrictions on players
Let us tell you that Pakistan Cricket Board has recently announced 33 central contracts. It has separate contracts for ODIs, T20s and Tests. There are only a few players for Pakistan who play all three formats. Before the Netherlands tour, the PCB asked the players to sign the contract, but many players objected to it and it has not been signed yet.

Many players are unhappy
PCB gives Pakistani players 8 lakh rupees for playing test matches, 5 lakhs for ODIs and 4.5 lakhs Pakistani rupees for T20.

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