At this year’s ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, the much-anticipated match between India and Pakistan has been moved to a different day. Details of eight other matches have also been changed.
The match between India and Pakistan was supposed to take place in Ahmedabad on Sunday, October 15. However, it has been moved up a day and will now take place on Saturday, October 14, at the same place.
Because of this, England’s match against Afghanistan in Delhi has been changed from Saturday, October 14, to Sunday, October 15, 24 hours later.
Pakistan’s match against Sri Lanka in Hyderabad has been moved from Thursday, October 12 to Tuesday, October 10. Australia’s big match against South Africa in Lucknow has been moved back 24 hours and will now be played on Thursday, October 12 instead of Friday, October 13.
Also, New Zealand’s game against Bangladesh, which was supposed to take place in Chennai on October 14 during the day, has been changed to Friday, October 13, and will now be a day-night match.
From the beginning of the event, there was a small change to the plan for England’s match against Bangladesh in Dharamsala. The match, which was originally set for both day and night, is now a day match that starts at 10:30AM (local time).
At the end of the league stage, there are three changes. Australia’s match against Pakistan in Pune (10:30 AM) and England’s match against Pakistan in Kolkata (2:00 PM) have been changed from Sunday, November 12 to Saturday, November 11.
India’s last league game against the Netherlands has been moved from November 11 to November 12. It will be played in Bengaluru during the day and at night.
The World Cup starts on Thursday, October 5, when England and New Zealand play at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. On Sunday, November 19, the final will be held at the same stadium.