New Delhi: The Pakistani Cricket Board (PCB) will soon review latest stand that India will not play Pakistan in bilateral matches but has no objection to the two countries coming face-to-face in trilateral or multilateral tournaments. Reacting to Indian Sports Minister Uma Bharathi's statement in this regard, PCB Director Brig Munawar Rana said, ''We have just come to know about the new stance that their objection is confined to bilateral cricket matches." Talking to 'Gulf News', he said, ''As far as we are concerned, there is no change in our stance, that is, if India is not playing against us, we will not play against them." Brig Rana, however, said, ''In the light of the latest development from India, we will have to discuss the matter. We have not taken any decision on this matter so far. We will be discussing this issue at the highest level before coming out with a statement on our stance.''