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India, Pakistan Set To Renew Rivalry On Global Stage – From T20 World Cup 2024 In New York To WCL In Edgbaston

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Yuvraj Singh will lead Indian legends in World Championship of Legends. Photo: AP

India and Pakistan will renew their rivalry and square off twice over the next five months. The arch-rivals will first square off in the league stage of the 2024 T20 World Cup at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York on June 9.

A month later, India and Pakistan will lock horns in a different country, in a different tournament, named the World Championship of Legends. Yuvraj Singh, Shahid Afridi and other prominent names who have retired from international will take the field in the UK.

The World Championship of Legends has announced the tournament schedule and it will commence on July 3, 2024 at Edgbaston in the United Kingdom. Infused with the timeless rivalry between India and Pakistan, the schedule promises a riveting display of cricket, a release said.

The tournament opens with a clash between England and India, alongside Australia taking on Pakistan, igniting the competitive spirit from the very start. Highlights include the much-anticipated showdown between arch-rivals India and Pakistan on July 6, promising to captivate audiences worldwide.

Other captivating fixtures include India facing off against Australia on July 8. The journey culminates on July 13th with the final.

Full Schedule of WCL 2024:

Wednesday, 3 July – England vs India & Australia vs Pakistan

Thursday, 4 July – South Africa vs England & Pakistan vs West Indies

Friday 5, July – Australia vs South Africa & India vs West Indies

Saturday, 6 July – England vs Australia & India vs Pakistan

Sunday, 7 July SA vs West Indies & England vs Pakistan

Monday, 8 July – India vs Australia

Tuesday, 9 July – West Indies vs England & South Africa vs Pakistan

Wednesday, 10 July – West Indies vs Australia & India vs South Africa

Friday, 12 July – Team 2 vs Team 3 & Team 1 vs Team 4

Saturday, 13 July – Finals

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