Chris Gayle predicts ICC World Cup Semi-Finalists

The previous West Indies opener is a double cross T20 World Cup victor

Previous West Indies opener Chris Gayle on Thursday anticipated the International Cricket Chamber (ICC ) World Cup 2023 semi-finalists.

The Universe Supervisor trusts that Pakistan, India, Britain, and New Zealand will come to the semi-last of the Uber occasion.

The 43-year-old, during a meeting with the Press Trust of India (PTI), likewise expressed that since the India-Pakistan match is watched by the whole world because of the contention between the two nations, players from the two groups ought to request much additional cash from the ICC.

“Whenever those groups [India and Pakistan] play, particularly in a World Cup, the incomes they create are humongous. One game can deal with the whole ICC occasion,” Gayle told PTI.

“Pakistan and India players ought to request huge loads of cash for those games since those games are high-paid games television-wise. I don’t control the board or the ICC. In the event that I was in their position, I would need much more.”

It should be noticed that the most expected match of the World Cup will be played between India and Pakistan on October 15 at the Narendra Modi Arena, the greatest arena on the planet that can accumulate upwards of 132,000 observers.

Men in Green’s record against the Blues On the Planet Cup isn’t something one would need to discuss, as the previous have lost seven out of seven matches against the last option, including a notorious semi-last loss in the 2011 Cricket World Cup in Mohali.

Pakistan’s timetable for ICC World Cup 2023:

October 6 – versus Qualifier 1 in Hyderabad

October 12 – versus Qualifier 2 in Hyderabad

October 15 – versus India in Ahmedabad

October 20 – versus Australia in Bengaluru

October 23 – versus Afghanistan in Chennai

October 27 – versus South Africa in Chennai

October 31 – versus Bangladesh in Kolkata

November 4 – versus New Zealand Bengaluru (Day match)

November 12 – versus Britain in Kolkata

The day match will begin at 10:00 am Pakistan Standard Time (PST), while any remaining matches will be day-night apparatuses beginning at 01:30 pm (PST).

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