Florida weather: Bazid Khan Discusses Relocating T20 World Cup Matches

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Florida weather: Bazid Khan Discusses Relocating T20 World Cup Matches
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Former Cricketer Bazid Khan gives a suggestion on the match shifting due to Florida weather. The weather may cancel the upcoming games including Ireland vs USA an important game for both teams and especially for Pakistan Tema qualification.

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In an interview with a local channel, the commentator suggested after seeing Florida weather conditions:

“Matches scheduled in Florida can’t be shifted anywhere else on a whim. The venues were decided a long while ago and the flood alert was not carried out a year or six months ago, it is a recent warning,” stated Bazid

Bazid continued, “We know it is a hassle to schedule even a match, and it is logistically impossible to shift matches from here and there in a short period due to the lengthy process.” You need to consider the logistics, which include the coordinators, the personnel, and the event’s overall execution. It is not possible to simply state that shift matches from Florida to another location are simple.


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He continued by using the Olympics as an example to assist the audience in comprehending the drawn-out procedure.

“It is almost like in the Olympics where a global village is set up and then you ask the Global Village to be taken somewhere where there are no matches scheduled which is practically not possible or right.

“If the International Cricket Council (ICC) does manage to do that then it is a miracle but for the ICC, the organizers, and the production company, it is a very tough thing to do,” the former cricketer concluded.

Pakistan needs to win the Florida matches to advance to the next round of the T20 World Cup in 2024.

Pakistan needs Ireland to beat the USA today, and it needs India to beat Canada in tomorrow’s match between India and Canada.

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On June 16, Pakistan will play their final group match against Ireland. If they lose by a wide margin, their chances of making it to the Super-8s will be lost because of the persistent rain.

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