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ICC men’s T20 World Cup 2024 trophy embarks on three-day tour of Pakistan

The prestigious ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 trophy commenced its journey through Pakistan as it arrived in Islamabad last night for a three-day tour of the country.

The trophy tour, which began in the United States of America last month, is currently showcasing the coveted trophy in front of the National Assembly of Pakistan in Islamabad.

Following its display in Islamabad, the T20 World Cup trophy is set to travel to the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Lahore on Saturday, where it will be available for viewing at 4:30 PM. Subsequently, it will grace the Gaddafi Stadium during the final T20I match of the five-match series between Pakistan and New Zealand.

During its stay in Pakistan, the trophy will also visit Abbottabad, engaging cricket enthusiasts across various regions of the country.

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup 2024 is scheduled to commence on 1 June, featuring co-hosts USA facing arch-rival Canada in the opening match, followed by the West Indies taking on Papua New Guinea in Guyana on the second day of group play.

With a total of three venues in the USA and six in the Caribbean, the tournament promises an exciting array of matches, as the groups and fixtures for the ninth edition of the 20-over showcase were announced by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Notably, ten of the 20 participating teams will play their inaugural matches of the 29-day tournament in the USA, with 16 matches set to captivate audiences in Lauderhill, Dallas, and New York. Moreover, the highly anticipated clash between cricketing giants India and Pakistan is scheduled to take place at the new Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in Long Island on 9 June.

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