India and Pakistan are keen to reschedule the charity cricket match for
the Prince Charles Foundation, which was washed out earlier this week at Glasgow.
"Both the Boards are keen to have the match as it is for a noble cause,"
Pakistan team manager Talat Ali said.
Pakistan wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal said he felt sorry
for the fans who came to watch the match but were left disappointed by the weather.
"It was very frustrating watching the rain. We were so
keen to play the match against India but it was rained off. It was hugely disappointing
because so many Pakistanis and Indians showed up for the match from all over
England," Akmal said.
The two teams were scheduled to take on each other on July
3 in the tie, the proceeds of which would have gone to the Prince Charles Foundation.
However, the rain did not allow a single ball to be bowled.
The Pakistan team returned home early this morning from Glasgow
and is scheduled to attend a training camp at Abbotabad from July 10 but Talat
said the camp may have to be rescheduled due to the inclement weather.
"The players are scheduled to attend a training camp in
Abbotabad from July 10 but because of rains and floods it could be rescheduled,"