Reports About Possible Attack on India are Not True

Reports About Possible Attack on India are Not True

Reports About Possible Attack on India are Not True

The PCB received an email about this as the Test series starts soon

India’s West Indies Tour 2019 is on the last leg of the tournament as both teams prepare for the tour’s Test series. India and West Indies will play two Tests for the tour, with the first Test match starting on August 22. Both teams are now preparing for the last series of the tour. The previous T20I and ODI series of the tour were all dominated by Team India.

The PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) received an email about a possible attack on Team India in the Carribean Islands. This follows the Kashmir issue of India and Pakistan lately. The PCB reported the matter to the ICC (International Cricket Council). It is now confirmed that the issue is not true. The tour will continue and there will be no changes in the security details of Team India.

The tour’s Test series is part of the new ICC World Test Championship 2019-21. The new tournament is already being called the “World Cup of Test Cricket”. The first Test match between India and West Indies runs from August 22 to 27. India’s domestic cricket league is also one of the top sports leagues in the world. It is called the Indian Premier League (IPL). You can know more about the IPL at Betwala.

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