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After the confirmation on the revised scheduled for the upcoming ODI World Cup 2023, the arch-rivals India and Pakistan will now reportedly lock horns on October 14 at the Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad. While as per the previous schedule released by the ICC and BCCI, the two nations were set to lock horns on October 15, which now has reportedly be preponed to October 14.

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However, the official announcement on the same still remains awaited as reported by RevSports, the Men in Green’s schedule might see some changes. In one such is for sure their match against India, the Babar Azam-led side is likely to play Sri Lanka on October 10 as per the revised schedule.


As per the latest update coming from Pakistan, the PM’s appointed committee which is presided by Bilawal Bhutto is likely to take the call of Pakistan’s participation for the marquee tournament on Thursday. A senior PCB official informed Cricbuzz on Tuesday that the meeting will decide the fate of Men in Green in the upcoming World Cup.

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“A high-profile meeting will decide on the World Cup participation,” he said. The committee comprising of Sports Minister Ahsan Mazari, Maryam Aurangzeb, Asad Mahmood, Amin-ul Haq, Qamar Zaman Kaira and Tariq Fatmi will reportedly convey their decision on Thursday, August 3.


As informed earlier, the PCB is likely to inspect the venues before making a call on Pakistan’s participation in the ODI World Cup 2023. The Babar Azam-led side will kick start their ODI World Cup campaign on October 6 against Netherlands in Hyderabad.