Sethi criticizes the BCCI for the World Cup 2023 scheduling chaos

Sethi criticizes the BCCI for the World Cup 2023 scheduling chaos. Najam Sethi, a former leader of the management committee for the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), blasted the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Sunday for messing up the World Cup schedule and claimed that it could have been prevented if they had listened to him.

Sethi stated on Twitter that BCCI ought to have concurred with him when he asked them to take Pakistan’s matches out of India and hold them in a neutral nation. According to him, the BCCI is altering the schedule on a daily basis because of security issues.

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Nine World Cup matches have already seen scheduling changes thanks to the Navratri festival in Ahmedabad. Pakistan’s match versus India was shifted from October 15 to October 14 as a result. Due to the “Kaali Puja” festival, Pakistan’s game versus England was delayed from November 12 to November 11 in Kolkata.

According to recent rumours, Hyderabad’s government has requested that the BCCI move the match between Pakistan and Sri Lanka from October 10 to another day. Originally, the match was set for 12 October, but the date was modified due to the Pakistan-India match’s scheduling adjustment

According to the BCCI, Hyderabad government representatives have informed them that a second match is scheduled for Hyderabad on October 9 and that it would be challenging for them to provide security for two consecutive matches. On October 6 in Hyderabad, Pakistan will play their first game against the Netherlands.

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