The ICC and PCB have reached an agreement to reschedule several crucial World Cup matches, including the Pakistan-India encounter, which will now take place on October 14.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the International Cricket Council (ICC) have agreed to move around a number of games at the 2018 World Cup. According to the information gathered, the two authorities conferred for length before deciding to change the schedule.
ICC will reschedule
The match between archrivals Pakistan and India, which was originally scheduled for October 15, has been moved to October 14. Sources say the upcoming Navratri celebrations in India on the 15th of October could be responsible for the change.
In addition, the planned date of October 12 for Pakistan’s match versus Sri Lanka has been changed to October 10. On October 6th, Pakistan and the Netherlands will meet in a soccer match.
Only the dates of the matches have been altered; the locations have remained the same. The teams are preparing for the famous event, which is sure to attract cricket fans all around the world. The new plan is meant to make the competition for the trophy go off without a hitch.
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