Sports Desk: India will face Pakistan on June 16 in the World Cup. The 66.6% of the matches in the Old Trafford are bought by Indian viewers. According to the British newspaper ‘The Daily Mail’, the number of Pakistani fans in this match would be 18.1%. India will face hosts England on June 30 in Edgbaston. In this match, the number of Indian fans will be more than the British fans. This time 48 matches will be played in the World Cup. People from 124 countries are buying tickets for this match.
55% of England-India matches have been bought by fans of India. England’s supporters have received only 42% of the tickets. The audience capacity of the Edwardon Stadium is 24,500. Out of which 13,500 tickets Indians and 10,300 tickets are purchased by British people. According to the report, the cheapest ticket in the black market is also available for around 50 thousand rupees.
During the Pakistan-England match, the umpire advised the guest team: There was a confrontation between Pakistan and England at Trent Bridge on 3 June. Pakistan won 14 runs in this match. During the match, Pakistani viewers attempted to break the attention of England player Chris Woakes. Vaux took 4 catches. During the match, Empire Maris Erasmus, the English captain, told the route and the players that they were trying to get out of the boundaries of the wicket. After a while Jason Roy passed away Hafeez’s catch was abandoned. At that time he was playing with 14 runs Hafiz then played an innings of 84 runs.