With uncertainty hanging over  the resumption of Indo-Pak bilateral cricket ties later this year, PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan has said that they have an alternate plan in hand if the proposed series against the neighbours in the United Arab Emirates does not materialise.

Refusing to divulge any further details, the Pakistan Cricket Board chief said  the fate of the Indo-Pak series will be decided in two months time.

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"We know there is always such a possibility when it comes to Indo-Pak relations but we think the situation will be clear in two months time," Khan said..

"We have a plan B in case the series (against India) cannot be held but I can’t share the details of that now. If such a situation is created we can call alternative teams," he said.

Reliable sources in the PCB confirmed that the Board was in talks with two other cricket playing nations to prepare a contingency plan.

Pakistan is due to host India in the UAE in December this year as part of a six series Memorandum of Understanding signed between the two Boards last year.