Colorful previous India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh feels the more the group plays its most despised adversary Pakistan in respective cricket arrangement, the better it is for the game.
Yuvraj and Pakistan's previous all-rounder Shahid Afridi accept that the two nations playing each other will be useful for the game.
"I played against Pakistan in 2004, 2006 and 2008 in respective arrangement. Nowadays better believe it, there has not been sufficient of that. Be that as it may, these things are not in our grasp," Yuvraj told Sports360.
"We play cricket for the love of the game. We can't pick which nation to play against ourselves. However, what I can say is that the more India versus Pakistan cricket there is, the better it is for the game," he said.
Afridi additionally batted for resumption of two-sided ties between the two nations.
Both Yuvraj Afridi still play in establishment based T20 associations in the wake of resigning from universal cricket.
"I think, if India and Pakistan were to have an arrangement, it will be an option that is greater than the Ashes. In any case, we don't appear to get it. We are letting legislative issues impede individuals' affection for this game and their desire to meet up," Afridi said.
"I think we have to put a couple of things behind us also thus does India. We have to plunk down together at a table and work things out," he included.
The two nations run into one another every so often in ICC competitions yet have not played a respective arrangement since 2013. They last played a Test arrangement in 2008.