Pakistan vs England World Cup 2023: The World Cup 2023 is to be held in India this time. Its first match will be played between England and New Zealand in Ahmedabad on 5 October. Five matches of the World Cup are to be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata. The first match will be played in Kolkata on 28 October. At the same time, the match between Pakistan and England will be played here on 12 November. The Kolkata Police has given a big statement regarding the security arrangements for this match.
In fact, the Kolkata Police has told the Bengal Cricket Association that the security of the match to be played between England and Pakistan on November 12 is an important issue. According to the news of Rev Sportz, the Kolkata Police has given a response to the Cricket Association regarding the security arrangements and said that it can become a big issue. Three more matches are to be played before this match at Eden Gardens. A semi-final match will also be held here.
The first match will be played between Netherlands and Bangladesh at Eden Gardens, Kolkata on 28 October. After this, the match will be played between Pakistan and Bangladesh on 31 October. The match between India and South Africa will be played here on 5 November. The match will be held between England and Pakistan on 12 November. At the same time, the last match will be played here on 16 November. This will be the second semi-final match of the tournament.
Let us tell you that Team India will play the first match in the World Cup 2023 against Australia. This match will be held in Chennai on 8 October. After this there will be a match between India and Afghanistan. At the same time, the match will be played between India and Pakistan on 15 October. This match will be held in Ahmedabad. The match will be played between India and England on 29 October. Team India will be in the field against the Netherlands on 11 November. The final match of the tournament will be held in Ahmedabad on 19 November.
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