Added on : 2023-11-06 12:14:09
International Cricket Council (ICC) is keeping a keen eye on the developments in Delhi related to air pollution in the city. The 38th match of the World Cup is set to be played between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka in Delhi even as the Air Quality Index (AQI) in the city has gone from bad to worse.
Meanwhile, the ICC has sought advice from renowned pulmonologist Randeep Guleria to ensure that the pollution doesn't affect the match on Monday (November 6). As of now, the match is set to go ahead but the concerns of the encounter happening without disruption remains. Also, ICC has put in mitigation measures to tackle the issue for now.