The ODI world cup continues to run into organising hurdles as another state association has requested the Indian cricket board to reconsider dates. The Hyderabad Cricket Association (HCA) wants the warm-up game on September 29 between Pakistan and New Zealand to be “reconsidered” as the security agencies have expressed their inability to provide adequate security due to the festivals Ganesh Visarjan and Milan-Un-Nabi, that culminate on September 28th.

The Indian Express understands that the security agencies have once  raised red-flags  over the two back-to-back World Cup 2023 league games scheduled to be held on October 9 and October 10 at the Rajiv Gandhi international cricket stadium in Hyderabad. It

is learnt that HCA has once again written an email to the BCCI bosses about their request. The HCA plea has come after the BCCI-ICC (International Cricket Council) put tickets of World Cup games on sale including for the warm-up games.

The HCA is miffed that there has been no proper communication from the Indian board and that till date they haven’t received an official letter with the revised schedule. The HCA officials have been finding it tough to convince the local authorities who have been asking for official letters from the ICC or BCCI about the revised schedule. The Indian board had sent a letter of confirmation on the previously announced schedule in June, however, there has been no communication after that.
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