Pakistan’s first warm-up match forward of the World Cup might be performed behind closed doorways in Hyderabad for safety causes, India’s cricket board (BCCI) mentioned.
Babar Azam and his males will meet 2019 runners-up New Zealand on Friday however followers won’t be allowed contained in the stadium in Hyderabad “… as per the advice of the local security agencies”, the BCCI mentioned in an announcement on Monday.
“The match in Hyderabad coincides with festivals on the day and huge gatherings are anticipated across the metropolis.
“The spectators who bought tickets for the game will receive a full refund.”
India and Pakistan have suspended bilateral cricket, because of soured political relations between the neighbours, and play one another solely in multi-team occasions.
Pakistan will play one other warm-up match towards Australia on October 3 and launch their bid for a second 50-overs World Cup title towards the Netherlands three days later.
The 1992 champions, who obtained their visas on Monday after some delay, will go away for India through Dubai on Wednesday.
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