Dinesh Karthik, Hardik Pandya Inducted in World XI Squad Against Windies at Lord’s
Pakistan veterans Shoaib Malik and Shahid Afridi were the first few ones to be introduced to the World XI side.
The match is scheduled to be played at Lord’s on May 31 as England captain Eoin Morgan is set to lead the World XI side facing West Indies.
The fundraising event is organized in order to provide relief for the damage caused by the hurricanes which hit the Carribean Islands last year. Sir Viv Richards Stadium in Antigua, perhaps, is the worst hit due to the natural calamity.
Windies already announced their squad for the fundraiser:
That said, according to Hindustan Times, one has to wait and watch whether the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) allows its cricketers to feature in the charity match.
The match also awaits clearance from the International Cricket Council (ICC) as Dinesh Karthik would find it as a big opportunity.
“I urge all cricket fans and supporters to join hands with the match organisers. And, the players in making 31 May a hugely successful day. Such that the funds raised from this match can be reinvested into cricket,” Rashid Khan told cricket.co.au earlier this week.
“Which in turn, will not only bring the smiles back on the faces of local cricket supporters. But will also lead to the resumption of cricket activities in those regions,” continued the teenage prodigy from Afghanistan.
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