NEW DELHI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday provided an update on the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York, the venue for the highly anticipated T20 World Cup match between India and Pakistan.
Over the past month, significant progress has been made in the construction of the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in preparation for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024, set to commence on June 1.
The stadium is slated to witness the clash of cricketing rivals on June 9 in what promises to be an enticing encounter.

Throughout the group stage, the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium will serve as the home ground for India, where they are scheduled to compete against Ireland and the host country, the USA.
The East Stand of the stadium, designed to accommodate 12,500 fans, has started to take shape over the past month with cranes lifting the modular framework in place.
In addition, preparation work has also started on the stadium’s outfield as well as the north and south premium hospitality and media pavilions.

“It is extremely exciting to see the progress made in the construction of the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York over the past month. Work on the outfield commenced in January and in the past few weeks the East Stand framework has really started to take shape,” said Chris Tetley the ICC Head of Events, according to ICC.
The following T20 World Cup fixtures will be hosted in New York:
Sri Lanka vs South Africa, June 3
India vs Ireland, June 5
Canada vs Ireland, June 7
Netherlands vs South Africa, June 8
India vs Pakistan June 9
South Africa vs Bangladesh, June 10
Pakistan vs Canada, June 11
USA vs India, June 12.
(With inputs from ANI)





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