Lahore, Dec. 7 (ANI): India's support has helped Pakistan to secure a "good deal" in the International Cricket Council's post-2012 Future Tours Program, Pakistan Cricket Board CEO Wasim Bari has said.
Bari said the PCB feared that Pakistan might be allocated lesser matches in the next FTP due to the volatile security situation in the country.
"I must say the ICC and member nations including India have been very supportive and understanding of the situation Pakistan cricket is facing now," the Daily Times quoted Bari, as saying.
"The good thing is that the suggestion to have the top four or five teams play more against each other in the FTP have not been accepted," he added. (ANI)