The Indian cricket team has to play the last two matches of the five-match series against the West Indies in Florida, USA. Now it may happen that both the remaining matches should also be played on Caribbean soil. Cricket West Indies (CWI) may be forced to take this decision due to visa issues. The second match of the series is scheduled to be played in Trinidad today and the third match will be played on August 2 at the same venue. After this, the last two matches of the series are to be played in Florida on 6 and 7 August.
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According to the news of Cricbuzz, the US visas of the players of both the teams have not come yet, so CWI will have to keep an alternate plan ready. Both these matches are to be played at the Central Broward Park ground in Lauderhill, Florida. According to the news, visa documents of many players of Team India and West Indies have not come yet.
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A Cricket West Indies source said, “The remaining two matches can be played on Caribbean soil, but for the time being efforts are on to resolve the visa issue. Earlier it was that the team would arrive in St. Kitts and they would be handed over US travel documents there, but it did not happen. Team India is currently leading 1-0 in the series and the second match is to be played today.
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