The Indian cricket board wants Pakistan to remain as hosts for next month's Champions Trophy amid doubts over the competition's fate due to security concerns for some participating teams. "We are fully supporting Pakistan," Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) secretary Niranjan Shah told foreign news agency on Saturday, adding: "But we will have to wait and see." The International Cricket Council (ICC) executive board are holding a teleconference on Sunday to decide whether the premier eight-team event from September 12-28 will stay in Pakistan.