This year, the Indian team will host the ICC ODI World Cup. The ODI World Cup matches will be held at 10 different stadiums in India. But some state cricket boards have not got a single World Cup match. Feelings of injustice were building on these state cricket boards. But the Board of Control for Cricket in India has found a solution for this too.
BCCI has made a special plan for the cricket boards and their stadiums that did not get the host of the upcoming ODI World Cup. The bilateral ODI series in India after the World Cup will be played at the same stadium where the ODI World Cup matches were not held. The 2023 ODI World Cup matches will be played in Delhi, Dharamshala, Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, Pune, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Bangalore and Lucknow. According to Jai Shah (), none of the ODI series to be held in India in the upcoming period will be held at this stadium. The stadiums where ODI World Cup matches will not be played, will be played in Agham ODI matches. Shah discussed this with all the state cricket boards and the decision has been taken by consensus.
According to media reports, Jai Shah said, “In our meeting, I suggested a solution to ensure fair distribution of matches in ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.” State cricket boards other than Assam and Kerala, which are hosting warm-up matches, were requested to voluntarily relinquish their number as hosts of ODI series in bilateral international series. The proposal was made for those state cricket boards, which unfortunately have not got the World Cup host.”
Meanwhile, the ODI World Cup to be held in India will begin on October 5. The Indian team will play its first match of the World Cup on October 8, while the final match of the tournament will be held on November 18. The fans are already excited for the ODI World Cup. (story bcci has a plan for state units that missed out on WC games to be compensated during bilateral home season)
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