The ICC World Cup Bangladesh 2014 is on its way and cricket fans have a lot to rejoice! Why shouldn’t they? After all, the Twenty-Twenty is, by far, the most exciting form of Cricket the World has seen! Super overs, batsmen going completely crazy and a whole lot of entertainment! Awesome, isn’t it?
The T20 World cup has been on tournament the masses have loved. It is not just core cricket fans who want the match schedule, timings and ticket rates and prices, but even people who are not really ardent cricket fans want this information so they can go and watch their favorite teams and players in action. The T20 format is a giant leap from the usual formats of One-day Internationals and 5-day test matches. The T20 is extremely entertaining to say the least. No matter what the venues or the locations, there will always be a flood of people who want to watch a game of T20 cricket! The first Twenty-twenty World Cup was won by India in supreme fashion, where they defeated arch rivals, Pakistan. Since then, India has not really stood up to the challenge, but Indian fans are hopeful that they will bring back another trophy. With the likes of Yuvraj Singh, Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, the Indian team looks ready to go for the kill. A lot of cricket fans are waiting for the India-Pakistan T20 clash. It is by far one of the most thrilling clashes in the World of Cricket! This is the fifth edition and the ICC World Cup Bangladesh 2014 is a brilliant location for this tournament! People from India, Sri Lanka and Pakistan are sure to go watch this edition of the T20 World Cup!
The 2014 ICC World Cup T20 will be hosting a total of 35 matches over three venues, namely Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium in Dhaka, Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong and Sylhet Divisional Stadium based in Sylhet.
All you cricket lovers out there, what are you waiting for? The ICC T20 World Cup Bangladesh 2014 tickets are selling like hot cakes. Pick yours, before they are off the shelf and you are left with no other option than sticking to your idiot box.