Cricket World Cup

The World Cup schedule is likely to change again

The World Cup schedule is likely to change again. Security concerns in Pakistan’s matches: The possibility of changing the World Cup schedule again The International Cricket Council (ICC) has raised the issue of changing the schedule of the Cricket World Cup again, showing the possibility of changing the World Cup 2023 schedule once again. is going.
The Cricket World Cup 2023 schedule has become a headache for the ICC and the Indian Cricket Board, The Indian Cricket Board has once again been asked to change the schedule.

According to Indian media, the Hyderabad Police has expressed security concerns and the Hyderabad Cricket Association has informed the Indian Board about these security concerns.

It should be noted that the ICC Cricket World Cup schedule has already been changed.

There was a change in the schedule of 9 matches including 3 matches of Pakistan.

Hyderabad Cricket Association

The Hyderabad Cricket Association has expressed reservations about holding matches on 2 consecutive days, the match between New Zealand and Netherlands on October 9 at the Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, while the match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka on October 10 has been rescheduled.

The Hyderabad police have expressed concerns about not having a break during the matches and the police have expressed security concerns, especially on the Pakistan and Sri Lanka match.

The match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka was originally scheduled to be held on October 12 in Hyderabad, as the Pakistan-India match in Ahmedabad is now scheduled to be held on October 14 from October 15 and the Pakistan-India match has been moved 1 day earlier due to the Navratri festival. was done.

Due to logistical problems, the match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka was played two days earlier. The match between Pakistan and England has also been played in Kolkata on November 11 instead of November 12 due to Kali Puja.

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