A warm-up match amongst Pakistan and New Zealand for the upcoming ODI Globe Cup will be played without having any spectators. This selection was produced as the Hyderabad city police expressed their inability to offer sufficient safety for the match. The match is scheduled to take spot on September 29, just a day right after two main festivals in the city that would involve mass gatherings. The BCCI (Board of Handle for Cricket in India) has assured that there will nevertheless be complete safety for each teams through their remain and transit to the stadium.
Sadly, this news will disappoint cricket fans in Hyderabad, as the city is only hosting 3 group matches in the Globe Cup, none of which involve India. The Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) had also requested a modify in the back-to-back matches scheduled on October 9 and ten, but the BCCI informed them that a late modify in dates would not be probable. Pakistan is scheduled to play 4 of their eleven matches in the Globe Cup in Hyderabad.
All round, the selection to play the warm-up match without having spectators was produced to make sure the security and safety of all people involved, contemplating the festivities and possible safety dangers in the city through that time. The BCCI, HCA, and the safety authorities are operating with each other to make arrangements for ticket refunds for the spectators.