Will India and Pakistan be in a group in T20 World Cup? Wasim Jaffer made fun of ICC for this
A big decision can be taken today regarding the ICC T20 World Cup. The T20 World Cup is to be played in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Oman from October 17 and the International Cricket Council can announce the groups for this big event today. Meanwhile, all eyes are on whether India and Pakistan will be kept in the same group? Relations between the two countries have been strained for a long time and in such a situation, the teams of India and Pakistan play against each other only in ICC events. Wasim Jaffer has shared a meme on this whole issue.
Sharing a meme, Wasim Jaffer wrote, ‘Something like this will happen in the ICC office right now.’ It is written on this meme whether India and Pakistan should be kept in one group? According to reports, an ICC event is to be held in Oman on July 16, where Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly will also be present and the groups can be announced during the same event. The T20 World Cup is to begin on October 17, while the final match will be played on November 14.
According to the news of ‘Sports Tak’, in the ICC event today it will be announced which team will be in which group. Along with this, the groups of the qualifier matches will also be announced. The schedule of T20 World Cup can be announced in a month or two. The T20 World Cup was earlier to be held in India, but due to the Kovid-19 epidemic, it was shifted to UAE and Oman. During this, the responsibility of hosting the tournament will remain with the BCCI. All matches of this tournament will be played on four grounds in UAE and Oman, which include Dubai International Stadium, Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi, Sharjah Stadium and Oman Cricket Academy Ground. Eight teams have already qualified for the T20 World Cup. At the same time, after the result of the qualifier between the eight teams, four other teams will also be part of the T20 World Cup. This time teams like Sri Lanka and Bangladesh have also failed to make their place in the Direct World Cup.