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Good news for cricket lovers, Railways will run special train to watch the World Cup.

Railways will run special trains

Mumbai: To watch the Cricket World Cup, Central Railway has decided to run a special train between Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminal (CSMT) and Ahmedabad. According to the information given by Central Railway, these arrangements have been made for the cricket loving passengers for the final match of Cricket World Cup to be played in Ahmedabad on 19th November (Sunday).

Train will leave on Saturday

According to the information, Train No. 01153 CSMT-Ahmedabad Special Express will depart from CSMT at 22.30 hrs on 18.11.2023 (Saturday) and reach Ahmedabad at 06.40 hrs the next day (Sunday). In return, Train No. 01154 Ahmedabad – CSMT Special Express will depart from Ahmedabad at 01.45 hrs on 0.11.2023 (Midnight of Sunday/Monday) and reach CSMT at 10.35 hrs on the same day (Monday).

There will be stops at these stations

After leaving from CSMT, this train will stop at Dadar, Thane, Vasai Road, Surat, Vadodara and Ahmedabad railway stations. There will be a total of 17 LHB coaches in this train. These will have one coach AC-first class, three AC-2 tier, 11 AC-3 tier with one second seating, guard’s brake van and one power car.

Team India reached the final after defeating New Zealand

Let us tell you that on November 19 (Sunday), India will face Australia in the final of Cricket World Cup at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. Earlier on Wednesday, India defeated New Zealand by 70 runs in the semi-final match played in Mumbai and made it to the final of the ODI World Cup for the fourth time. India had previously failed to progress beyond the semi-finals in 1987, 1996, 2015 and 2019. Four years ago, New Zealand had stopped its winning campaign in Manchester, for which it settled the score at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. India won the toss and batted first and scored 397 runs for four wickets and thus made the record of the highest score in the knockout stage of the World Cup. In response, the New Zealand team was out after scoring 327 runs in 48.5 overs.

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