Suspense building for Sunday’s India-Pakistan Cricket World Cup match at Eisenhower Park

For those who don’t have a ticket, a watch party will be held at Cedar Creek Park in Seaford. There will be security checkpoints throughout the park.

News 12 Staff

Jun 7, 2024, 11:39 AM

Updated 5 days ago


At almost every match of the men’s T20 Cricket World Cup at Eisenhower Park, thousands of people turned out.
While Friday’s match between Ireland and Canada isn’t bringing in the same numbers, the excitement is still high.
“It’s special because we feel connected. We feel there is something for us to enjoy. I mean, we enjoy baseball, and ya know, basketball, but cricket is like, we’re home, we’re here,” said Zalina Mursalin, of Queens.
All eyes are now on the long-awaited match between rivals, India and Pakistan, on Sunday, which will bring some of the best cricket players in the world to Long Island.
“The intensity is going to be so palpable,” said Reeshad Baksh, of Garden City.
Some fans told News 12 they are also looking forward to Wednesday’s game when India takes on the U.S.A.

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