BCCI’s Poor management of the ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule and tickets reveals its incompetence

The BCCI’s poor management of the ODI World Cup 2023  schedule and tickets reveals its incompetence. There is obviously a lot of excitement among supporters in a country that is obsessed with cricket. But those same supporters continue to receive little attention from the Board of Control for Cricket in India, or BCCI, the tournament’s host.

When the International Cricket Council announced its worldwide events from 2015 to 2023, the BCCI secured the rights to host the World Cup. The BCCI has been tardy in its preparations for the competition, despite having more than enough time to do so.

Even though the sports organisation had long since said that the tournament would take place in October–November 2023, it didn’t make the official announcement of the match schedule until June 27.

That, however, was only a small indication of the BCCI’s organisational shortcomings. The highly anticipated India versus Pakistan match at Ahmedabad’s 100,000+ seat Narendra Modi Stadium quickly became the subject of reports that it might need to be moved from the initial date of October 15.

The BCCI was forced to reschedule not only the India-Pakistan game but also eight other fixtures as a result. All of this occurred just a few weeks before internet ticket sales began. Chaos surrounding the schedule would continue.

On September 10, The Indian Express reported that the Hyderabad Cricket Association had requested the BCCI to reschedule three games that were scheduled to be played in the city because they conflicted with Milad-Un-Nabi and Ganesh Visarjan. Concerns over security also surfaced when Hyderabad was given the duty of planning consecutive games in October.

There are concerns regarding the BCCI’s operation given that it appears to have overlooked several of the largest festivals in India when developing the schedule.

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