Cricket: Pakistan vs New Zealand Heat-Up Match at World Cup to Take Place with out Spectators

A warm-up match between Pakistan and New Zealand for the upcoming ODI World Cup will likely be performed with none spectators. This resolution was made because the Hyderabad metropolis police expressed their lack of ability to offer sufficient safety for the match. The match is scheduled to happen on September 29, only a day after two main festivals within the metropolis that may contain mass gatherings. The BCCI (Board of Management for Cricket in India) has assured that there’ll nonetheless be full safety for each groups throughout their keep and transit to the stadium.

Sadly, this information will disappoint cricket followers in Hyderabad, as town is simply internet hosting three group matches within the World Cup, none of which contain India. The Hyderabad Cricket Affiliation (HCA) had additionally requested a change within the back-to-back matches scheduled on October 9 and 10, however the BCCI knowledgeable them {that a} late change in dates wouldn’t be potential. Pakistan is scheduled to play 4 of their eleven matches within the World Cup in Hyderabad.

General, the choice to play the warm-up match with out spectators was made to make sure the protection and safety of all people concerned, contemplating the festivities and potential safety dangers within the metropolis throughout that point. The BCCI, HCA, and the safety authorities are working collectively to make preparations for ticket refunds for the spectators.

By Editor