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India will face Pakistan on October 15 in Ahmedabad as planned for the ODI World Cup

According to the BCCI’s draught schedule for the event, India will begin their ODI World Cup campaign against Australia in Chennai on October 8 and host their much awaited encounter against archrivals Pakistan a week later in Ahmedabad.

“The BCCI shared the draught schedule with the ICC, which then sent it to the participating countries for feedback before a final schedule is put out early next week,” according to a Monday report from ESPNCricinfo.

The tournament will get off on October 5 with England, the defending champions, taking against New Zealand, the runner-up team from the previous tournament, in Ahmedabad, which will also serve as the site of the championship match on November 19.

The semifinal locations, which are most likely to be held on November 15 and 16, have not yet been chosen.

The league phase matches for the hosts India, who previously won the ODI World Cup at home in 2011, would be spread among nine cities, including Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, and Bengaluru. Pakistan will be their opponent on October 15.

Pakistan will play their league games in five different cities.

Pakistan is scheduled to play the two teams moving on from the Qualifier on October 6 and October 12 in Hyderabad, as well as Australia on October 20, Afghanistan on October 23, South Africa on October 27 in Chennai, Bangladesh on October 31 in Kolkata, New Zealand on November 5 in Bengaluru for a day match, and England on November 12 in Kolkata.

Among the other important games are Australia’s contests against Trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand in Dharamsala on October 29 and against England in Ahmedabad on November 4.

The event will include a total of 10 teams. Eight of these teams have already been selected, and two more will enter the qualifications to advance to the main competition.

The programme has been uncharacteristically delayed, with little over four months before the main event starts.

The tournament’s past two schedules, in 2015 and 2019, were decided upon more than a year in advance.

India’s prospective timetable:

Australia vs. India, Oct. 8, Chennai

Afghanistan vs. India, October 11, Delhi

Ahmedabad, India vs. Pakistan, October 15

Bangladesh vs. India, October 19, Pune

22 October, Dharamsala, India vs. New Zealand

England vs. India, October 29, Lucknow

Qualifier vs. India, November 2, Mumbai

South Africa vs. India, November 5, Kolkata

Bengaluru, India versus. Qualifier, November 11.

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