The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) made it clear that while it has no issue with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) staging the Asia Cup 2020 edition, it demanded the matches to be played on a neutral venue. An official of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said the hosting rights are not a problem and it’s just a case of choosing a neutral venue as the Indian team wouldn’t be going to Pakistan for the Asia cup matches where the other Asian teams will be in action.Earlier, PCB chief executive Wasim Khan has dismissed reports that Pakistan has given up its hosting rights of the T20 Asia Cup. In fact, he has bartered that if the Men in Blue would not turn up for the Asia Cup, then Pakistan could also refuse to participate in the 2021 T20 World Cup slated to be played in India. The problem isn’t about the PCB hosting the tournament, it’s about the location and as things currently stand now, it’s quite obvious that we would need a different venue, there’s no chance an Indian team can even visit Pakistan to take part in a multi-national event such as the Asia Cup.Meanwhile, Asia Cup is scheduled to be played in September 2020. Thus, it will be a good platform for India for the preparations ahead of the T20 World Cup which is slated for October in Australia. Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and Malaysia are the five Asian countries that will participate in the T20 Asia Cup 2020. Pakistan last year welcomed back Test cricket after a long gap when Sri Lanka toured the nation in December.