Cricket Australia CEO Nick Hockley has backed Ramiz Raja’s proposal for a four-nation Twenty20 Super Series between India, Pakistan, England, and Australia, with one minor tweak.

Hockley said before the second Test against Pakistan in Karachi that Australia is interested in hosting a tri-series with India and Pakistan. He began, “Personally, I really enjoy the tri-series idea. In the past, it’s worked well. We’d be delighted to host… games. In Australia, there are significant Indian and Pakistani populations. It’s a tournament that everyone in cricket wants to see, and if we can assist support further possibilities, we’d be delighted to do so.”

The proposal was introduced by PCB chairman Raja in January this year, and he said that the goal is to produce cash that may be shared not just among the four boards, but also among the cricket boards associated with the International Cricket Council. “I propose forming a new Limited Liability Company (LLC) within the ICC to manage the four-nation Super Series, complete with a dedicated CEO. A new framework for the pooling and sharing of money is required”, he said. “The financials/money might be split among the ICC Boards in a phased proportion method. We’ll need to construct an FTP window for this.”

India and Pakistan haven’t played a bilateral series since 2012-13, although they’ve met in ICC competitions and the Asia Cup on multiple occasions. The notion was met with considerable skepticism on the part of BCCI. “With the IPL window extending and the ICC global tournaments every year in the cycle. Our first obligation is to preserve bilateral cricket at home, with a focus on Test cricket,” BCCI secretary Jay Shah told Reuters last month.