The warm-up match between pakistan and new zealand, set for september 29 at the rajiv gandhi international cricket Stadium at uppal in hyderabad, has been approved by the Board of Control for cricket in india (BCCI) to take place behind closed doors. According to the recommendation of Hyderabad's local security authorities, the warm-up game would be played without spectators, according to the board. Large crowds are anticipated around the city since the match in hyderabad falls on a day when celebrations are taking place. The bcci announced in a release that ticket holders will be given a complete refund.

In addition to thiruvananthapuram and Guwahati, hyderabad will host the 2023 Men's ODI world cup warm-up games from september 29 to october 3. The tournament will be held at all three locations from october 5 to november 19. The 1992 world cup champions, pakistan, will play their second exhibition game against australia on october 3 before opening the world cup campaign on october 6 against the netherlands at Hyderabad's rajiv gandhi international Stadium.

Less than 48 hours before to their departure for india, the Pakistani team for the Men's ODI world cup has received confirmation from the international cricket Council (ICC) that they have received their visas. The Pakistani squad is now expected to depart from Lahore through dubai in the early hours of september 27 after receiving their visas. The first match of the 13th Men's ODI world cup, which will take place in 2023, will feature the reigning champions england taking on new zealand at the narendra modi Stadium in ahmedabad on october 5.

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