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DUBAI: The ICC T20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan has been sold out as more than 500,000 fans have already booked their place to attend the exhibition event in Australia starting on October 16.

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The clash between the arch-rivals, scheduled for CG on October 23, is sold out, “with additional standing tickets snapped up within minutes of going on sale.”

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“Closer to the event, an official resale platform will be launched where fans can exchange tickets at face value,” the ICC said in a statement.

The ICC said that “fans from 82 different countries bought tickets to watch the world’s best players from 16 international teas, ensuring the return of a full stadium at ICC events for the first tie since Woen’s T20 World Cup in 2020, which featured 86, 174 fans for the final in CG.”

“Current ticket allocations are also all sold for the double-header at the SCG on October 27, featuring South Africa v Bangladesh and India v runners-up in Group A. Fans are advised to join the waiting list should they become available more tickets.”

The governing body said that “only a very limited number of tickets remain for Australia’s Super 12 opener against New Zealand at the SCG on October 22, a two-match tie with Group A runners-up Pakistan and India with South Africa at the Perth Stadium. on October 30 and Pakistan against South Africa at the SCG on November 3.”

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Six members of the 53-strong squad tested positive on Tuesday as the team arrived in New Zealand from Pakistan and began a mandatory 14-day stay in controlled isolation. A seventh member tested positive on Friday, when players and officials were tested again on the third day of their isolation.

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WELLINGTON, New Zealand: The seventh member of Pakistan’s cricket team in New Zealand has tested positive for COVID-19 and will join other infected teammates in quarantine.

Under New Zealand rules, people in controlled isolation are generally tested on days three and 12 of the isolation period. The new infection was announced on Saturday by the New Zealand Ministry of Health in its daily update of COVID cases.

“One more member of Pakistan’s cricket squad tested positive today during routine testing,” the health ministry said in a statement. “The rest of the team’s Day 3 swab test results _ except for the six that have already returned positive _ are negative.”

The Pakistan team has already received a final warning from the health ministry after players breached protocols on their first day in isolation. The ministry said CCTV footage from the team’s Christchurch hotel showed team members mingling in corridors and sharing food.

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An exception that would have allowed team members to train in small groups after the third day in isolation has been lifted. However, it will be reviewed later unless there is another violation. Players and team management are required to stay in their rooms for the first three days of isolation.

Director General of Health New Zealand, Dr. Ashley Bloomfield, said he had a “bleak view” of the team’s failure to adhere to the rules that were clearly communicated to team members when they arrived. A further violation may result in the team being expelled from New Zealand.

“Instead of being in their rooms for the first three days, which is the requirement for the first three days before the first test comes back, there was some mingling in the hallways, chatting, sharing food and not wearing masks,” Bloomfield said.

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A major outbreak among team members would also be a serious issue that could jeopardize the tour. Pakistan will face New Zealand in three Twenty20 Internationals and two Test matches. The first T20 takes place on December 18 and Tests are the main features of New Zealand’s home summer.

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“We thank the members of the team for their cooperation in the investigation of the cases after the notification of positive cases in the team,” the ministry said. “Cooperation and compliance are essential to keeping New Zealand safe from COVID-19.”

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No matter what is happening in the world of sports, Pakistan cricket often manages to grab the headlines for the wrong reasons. A change in leadership at the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) was supposed to take cricket in the country to new heights, but under the leadership of Najam Sethi, many former cricketers in the country have raised questions about the way the governing body is run. Pakistan legend Rashid Latif on Tuesday launched a scathing attack on the PCB and even suggested that the Pakistan team can now “rest in the room”.

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Latif’s comments came after the Pakistan Cricket Board announced Shadab Khan as the captain for the T20I series against Afghanistan, with Babar Azam and Shaheen Shah Afridi rested. Latif took a brutal swipe at the board for dropping Babar and Rashid from the T20 squad for the series.

“Our players are appearing in ICC rankings and winning awards after a long time. Babar and Shaheen have won ICC awards. They [PCB] could not stomach it. They said we will not let it go and now we are here and we will take that decision. Those who never they have not rested and they are 70 or 80 years old and they need to rest, now they are deciding the fate of Pakistan cricket. You can say rest in the room Pakistan team. Our team is resting in the room now,” Latif said, according to Cricket Pakistan.

“When you bring in new players, you disrupt the team mix. Some of the new players who are selected will feature in the Afghanistan series, so they will bring back older players with less batting. They will also be pressured by the media. This is the first step to destroy the Pakistan team, he further explained his opinion.

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Najam Sethi explained his decision after the team announcement: “I want to congratulate Shadab Khan on his appointment as the captain of the Pakistan team for the series against Afghanistan. Shadab Khan was Pakistan’s vice-captain in white-ball cricket. in the last few years and it makes sense that he takes over the side in Babar Azam’s absence for the short three-match T20I tour in Sharjah.

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“For the short tour in Sharjah and to ensure continuity, we have also appointed Mohammad Yousuf as the interim head and batting coach. Yousuf has been with the national team since last year as the batting coach and also works at the National High Performance Center.”

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