World Cup 2023: Jay Shah Gives Update on New Schedule, Ticket Sales, Free Drinking Water, Jasprit Bumrah’s Comeback: The schedule for the World Cup 2023 will be revised after some ICC member boards raised objections. The changes include moving the India-Pakistan match from October 15 to 14 and reducing the gap between some team’s matches. The revised schedule will be announced in some days.
Tickets for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 will not be sold online. Instead, there will be physical redemption Centers where fans can collect their tickets. This is done to prevent scalping and ensure that fans have a fair chance of getting tickets.
The BCCI has said that a limited number of tickets will be available online, but most tickets will be sold through the physical redemption Centers. The physical redemption Centers will be located in major cities across India.
The BCCI is confident that this system will be more fair and transparent than selling tickets online. They believe that this will give all fans a fair chance of getting tickets, regardless of their financial status or social connections.
Jasprit Bumrah to make comeback before World Cup 2023:
Jasprit Bumrah is on track to make a comeback for the World Cup 2023. He has been recovering from a back injury but is now bowling again and is expected to play in Ireland Series.
Bumrah is one of the best bowlers in the world, and his return will be a major boost for the Indian team. He is a key player in the Indian bowling attack, and his presence will be important in the World Cup.
All fans who will come to see the World Cup 2023 matches will be given free drinking water. This is being done to ensure that fans stay hydrated and to promote sustainability.
The free drinking water will be provided in refillable bottles. This will help to reduce the amount of single-use plastic waste at the tournament.
The BCCI believes that this is a responsible and sustainable way to provide drinking water to fans. They hope that this will set an example for other sporting events around the world.
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