Good news for cricket fans, now every year there will be a great match between India and Pakistan, this is the complete plan

Good news for cricket fans, now every year there will be a great match between India and Pakistan, this is the complete plan


New Delhi: Great news is coming for the cricket followers. Now every year great matches will be performed between India and Pakistan. The ICC has taken large selections in its assembly held on Tuesday. The ICC has introduced all the tournaments from 2024 to 2031.

Every year there will be a great contest between India and Pakistan

ICC tournaments will be performed in India every year from 2021 T20 World Cup to 2031, which incorporates the last of T20 World Cup, 50 over World Cup, Champions Trophy and Test Championship. Even although India and Pakistan don’t play bilateral collection because of political causes, these two nations will play towards one another in ICC tournaments and this will occur every year.

ICC tournaments to be held for 10 consecutive years

From the 2021 T20 World Cup to the year 2031, every year now every year ICC tournaments will see a great match between India and Pakistan. After the 2021 T20 World Cup in India this year, subsequent year 2022 will be the T20 World Cup on Australian soil.

What is the complete plan?

In 2023, there will be a 50-over World Cup on Indian soil. This is adopted by T20 World Cup in 2024, Champions Trophy and WTC Finals in 2025, T20 World Cup in 2026, World Cup in 2027 (50 overs) and WTC Finals, T20 World Cup in 2028, Champions Trophy in 2029 And WTC finals, T20 World Cup in 2030 and World Cup (50 overs) and WTC finals will be performed in 2031.

ICC Tournament Schedule (from 2021 to 2031)

2021 – T20 World Cup (India)

2022 – T20 World Cup (Australia)

2023 – World Cup (50 overs) (India)

2024 – T20 World Cup

2025 – Champions Trophy and WTC Finals

2026 – T20 World Cup

2027 – World Cup (50 overs) and WTC Finals

2028 – T20 World Cup

2029 – Champions Trophy and WTC Finals

2030 – T20 World Cup

2031 – World Cup (50 overs) and WTC Finals



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