India and New Zealand becomes fourth match to be washed out by rain
The India and New Zealand match at Trent Bridge yesterday became the third ICC Cricket World Cup match to be washed out by rain.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) organizers faced heavy criticisms because of three match washouts and the game between South Africa and West Indies ended with no result.
Because of this Bangladesh coach Steve Rhodes asked ICC organizers if there is a chance to have a reserve day for teams whose games were washed out.
“We put men on the moon, so why can’t we have a reserve day? After their (Bangladesh) fixture against Sri Lanka in Bristol was abandoned without a ball being bowled,” questioned Rhodes to ICC.
However, ICC chief executive David Richardson said having a reserve day for every match would be a complex task for the ICC to deliver.
India’s next match will be against Pakistan at Old Trafford Cricket Ground. Team India currently have -244 odds to win the game while Pakistan have +200 odds.
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