Former cricketer Ajay Jadeja confident of Indian blind cricket lifting world cup
January 7, 2018
Former India cricketer Ajay Jadeja said that he was confident that the Indian blind cricket team will come back with the fifth ODI World Cup that starts on 8 January in Pakistan and the United Arab Emirates.
Indian blind cricket team will play all matches in United Arab Emirates
Jadeja said goodbye to the Indian side and felt that the team would win the trophy at the final, which will be held on 19 January in Lahore or 21 January in Sharjah (if the Indian team reaches the final).
The schedule has been made, keeping in mind the Indian government's reluctance to play in Pakistan due to the ongoing political tensions between the two countries.
The captain of the Indian blind cricket team Ajay Reddy said that the team is open to playing in any country. He also hopes that the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will finally recognise their governing body, the Cricket Association for the Blind in India (CABI).
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