Former Indian cricketer and ruling ruler Gautam Ghamber gave a message to Indian team not to play against Pakistan.

BJP has Announced Not to Play the Match Against Pakistan in the World Cup After Winning the Elections Former Indian cricketer and ruling ruler Gautam Ghamber gave a message to Indian team not to play against Pakistan. According to the details, during the World Cup, the match has been held on the hold of Pakistan and India.
In this context, the statement of former Indian cricketer and ruling leader Gautam Dumbir has been stirred. Former Indian cricketer and ruling leader Gautam Ghambir have given a message to the Indian team to be prepared for the match against Pakistan. Talking about this, Gautam Ghambir did while talking to the media after gaining victory in the elections. On this one hand, Indian cricket team captain Virat Kohli says whether to play with Pakistan or purely, the decision is to do the board, nor is it their work, and they have no thinking about it. Virat Kohli further says that everybody is waiting for 16 June when Pak India will compete on Old Trafford. It is clear that the World Cup’s biggest competition between Pakistan and India will be held on 16th June.
It is also clear that the ICC World Cup will have a regular start of 30 and the opening match of the World Cup on May 30 will be played on Oval between the host England and South Africa. The ICC World Cup 2019 Warm-up match will start from Thursday and will end on May 28 after 5 days after this, the formal start of the World Cup 2019 will start from May 30.
From May 23 to 28, in the warm-up phase, two matches will be played every day. The third match of the warm-up phase will be played in Bristol between Pakistan and Afghanistan teams on Friday, on the same day the fourth-day match will be played in Cardiff between Sri Lanka and South Africa teams. Similarly, on May 25, two warm-up matches will be played, the first match will be played in Symington, between England and Australia, while the second warm-up match will be played in London between India and New Zealand teams.
The Bangladesh and Pakistan teams will be in the first warm-up match played on May 26, and this match will be played in Cardiff. South Africa and West Indies teams will be contesting in Bristol in the same day’s match. Australian and Sri Lanka teams will collapse in the first warm-up match on 27th May, while England and Afghanistan teams will play five other matches in the same warm-up match.

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