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ODI World Cup 2023: Tickets for IND-PAK games being sold for INR 57 lakh

ODI World Cup 2023 tickets

The anticipation for the next ODI World Cup 2023 is mounting, and with the showpiece tournament due to begin on October 5, fans will be waiting to see the best players in the world compete in spectacular matches.

The encounter between India and Pakistan at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on October 14 will be one of the most anticipated of the tournament.

However, with all tickets for the game sold out, supporters have turned to the secondary market to obtain them. A photograph of multiple tickets for the game being sold on the secondary market for INR 57 lakhs went viral on social media, raising eyebrows.

A screenshot of the same has been circulating the internet, as a global online sports ticket platform was observed selling the tickets at such an exorbitant amount.

ODI World Cup 2023: India vs Pakistan

Fans will undoubtedly be most excited for the game between India and Pakistan. The two teams have a long history together, and they have met each other in many exciting matches, particularly in the World Cup. Team India, led by Rohit Sharma, will enter the competition hoping to overcome their terrible ICC curse.

Both teams recently played each other at the ongoing Asia Cup 2023, when the game was called off due to rain at many stages. With the World Cup just on the line, supporters will be hoping for another entertaining match between India and Pakistan.

While the two might also face each other in the Asia Cup 2023 finals but before that the Green and the Blues will defiantly lock horns on 10th September as both the teams have successfully qualified for the Super 4 of the Asia Cup 2023.

Thus, India and Pakistan might be featuring frequently but viewing a World Cup game between the two sides is an achievement in itself.

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