NEW DELHI: Considering the current rainfall conditions. The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) on Friday made the decision to include a reserve day for the Super 4 match between India and Pakistan.
This largely anticipated match is listed to take place on September 10 in Colombo.
still, there won’t be a reserve day for any of the other Super 4 matches in Sri Lanka.
Still, the game can renew from where it was stopped on the following day. Icing a fair and complete match outgrowth. If rain disrupts the marquee clash between India and Pakistan on September 10.
” A reserve day has been incorporated for the Asia Cup 2023 Super 4’s match between Pakistan and India listed to take place on 10th September 2023 at Premadasa International Cricket Stadium in Colombo,” the ACC said in a statement.
Still, the match will continue on 11th Sept
The Asia Cup final is to be played on September 17. Formerly has been handed a reserve day considering the heavy rains in the Lankan capital.
In such an eventuality, the ACC said observers can hold on to their match tickets. Which will remain valid on the reserve day.
lately, Zaka Ashraf has written to ACC president Jay Shah. Demanding compensation for allegedly losing out considerable plutocrats on gate bills due to poor crowd response for matches in the islet nation.
The gathering association match between the most outstanding opponents must be canceled after a consistent downpour after the finish of the Indian innings in which they scored 266.
While there isn’t indeed the outermost of chance of ACC giving any compensation to PCB. The reserve day is the most amicable agreement that could have been reached amidst rising pressure between the international body and the event hosts.