WATCH: Nassau County International Cricket Stadium in New York gears up for T20 World Cup 2024; ICC shares latest video

The first match of the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium will be played between Sri Lanka and South Africa on June 3, 2024.

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Nassau County International Cricket Stadium (File Photo: X)

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The entire cricketing fraternity is eagerly waiting for the highly-anticipated ICC T20 World Cup 2024, which is scheduled to be played in the USA and West Indies. The tournament will commence on June 1, 2024, later this year. The stage is all set for the thrilling tournament as the USA will be hosting the first-ever Cricket World Cup of any format in the history of the game.

Meanwhile, the International Cricket Council (ICC) recently shared a video of New York’s Nassau County International Cricket Stadium, which is getting geared up and ready for the upcoming high-intense ICC T20 World Cup 2024 in June.

The video features all the preparations at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium; notably, the same venue is set to host the high-octane and highly anticipated, one of the biggest rivalries, India vs Pakistan on June 9, 2024.

Here’s the video of preparations at Nassau County Stadium:

The clash at the Nassau County International Cricket Stadium will be the 19th match of the tournament in the 9th edition of the ICC T20 World Cup. The defending champions England will be looking ahead to defend their title under the captaincy of Jos Buttler.

The tournament will commence with the inaugural match between the hosts USA and Canada on June 2, 2024 (according to the Indian Standard Time). India is placed in Group A, alongside the hosts USA, Pakistan, Canada, and Ireland. Group B has the holders England, with T20 World Cup 2021 champions Australia, alongside Namibia, Scotland, and Oman.

Group C comprises the hosts West Indies with New Zealand, Afghanistan, Uganda, and Papua New Guinea, followed by South Africa, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Netherlands, and Nepal in the Group D of the tournament.

India under the captaincy of Rohit Sharma will be looking ahead to end their title drought in the ICC T20 World Cup since they became champions in the inaugural edition of the tournament 17 years back in the year 2007.

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