The Board of Control for Cricket in India is set to announce a revised  schedule for the upcoming  ODI World Cup as per sources close to SportsTiger. The board will be announcing the updated schedule this week; which will include a change in date for the marquee India vs Pakistan match schedule to be played in  Ahmedabad.

Further reports say that the ODI World Cup 2023 clash between India and Pakistan will be preponed from October 15 to October 14 amidst speculation of a change in schedule.

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There has been a lot of speculation regarding the change of schedule with reports suggesting that around three cricket boards have requested the BCCI for an alteration. The development was reported by Sports Tak, who confirmed that the match will take place a day before the scheduled fixture.

The report said, "The 2023 ODI World Cup match between India and Pakistan will be played on October 14, one day before the earlier date announced in the schedule. Sports Tak has learned that the high-octane clash between two sub-continental giants will be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on October 14."

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Talking about the changed schedule, BCCI secretary Jay Shah talked about how a few dates and times would be adjusted to decrease the gap to 4-5 days. Shah said,  "Three members have written to the ICC for a schedule change. Only the date and timings will be changed, venues will not be changed. If there is a six-day gap between games, we are trying to reduce it to 4-5 days. The picture will be clear in three-four days. Changes will happen in consultation with the ICC."