New Delhi: Everyone is waiting for the World Cup match between India and Pakistan. According to the schedule, the clash between the two is to be held on October 15 at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, but it has been changed due to Navratri. According to the information, now this match can be played on 14 October. Recently, the security agencies had discussed with the BCCI officials regarding the change in the date. The capacity of the stadium is one lakh and being the first day of Navratri, garba programs are held at many places in Gujarat. In such a situation, there were questions about the security being given on a large scale in the stadium. BCCI and ICC can announce the new date soon.
According to the news of TV Today, the match between India and Pakistan can now be played a day earlier on 14 October. Apart from this, there may be changes in the schedule of many more matches. Recently, BCCI Secretary Jai Shah had told that 3 countries had written a letter to the ICC asking for a change in the schedule. However, there is no change in the venue of the match. If we look at the schedule of the ODI World Cup, then the matches are to be played from October 5 to November 19. A total of 10 teams are entering it and 48 matches are to be played.
2 matches were already proposed on 14 October
Talking about the schedule of the ODI World Cup, two matches are already proposed on 14 October. In such a situation, whether 3 matches will be played on that day, it will be a matter to be seen. New Zealand and Bangladesh will clash in Chennai in the day match. On the other hand, in the second match on October 14, there will be a match between Afghanistan and England in Delhi. Changes are possible in this match as well. The Indian team will make its debut in the tournament on October 8. In the first match, he has to face Australia in Chennai.
For the first time, the entire World Cup is being organized in India. For this, up to 10 venues have been done. The final is also to be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. The Indian team has not been able to win the ICC trophy since 2013, while no World Cup title has been won since 2011.