England look to spoil India's party

Rising anticipation among fans as England prepare to face home team in Cricket World Cup.

    The group match of the Cricket World Cup which all of India seems to have been waiting for will see the host nation taking on England.

    Sunday's game has been hit by a series of organisational problems in the build up.

    First the match had to be moved to Bengaluru at short notice when Kolkata's stadium was deemed not ready.

    Now fans are complaining tickets have not been distributed fairly.

    Andy Richardson reports from Bengaluru.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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