After India, Sri Lanka, South Africa and Ireland have now complained to the ICC, saying the teams were not happy with the services they were getting at the T20 World Cup.

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Before the India vs Bangladesh T20 World Cup warm-up match, there were reports that the support staff of the Indian team were unhappy with the facilities provided during the training sessions, the team even complained to the ICC. In this regard, another report has surfaced stating that teams like Sri Lanka, South Africa and Ireland have also filed their respective complaints with the ICC. The teams filed the complaint citing travel related issues. Let us tell you that total 20 teams are participating in the T20 World Cup this time, for the first time ICC is organizing the tournament with so many teams, in such a situation they are facing many problems.

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It is being said that after the recent practice match between Ireland and Sri Lanka in Lauderhill, Florida, both the teams faced travel related issues.

Sri Lanka and Ireland had to wait for seven hours without any update from the ICC regarding their flight to New York, where they will play their respective opening matches, reported This happened when the teams had to play in the sun, which made them tired.

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Due to a 7-hour delay, the teams arrived in New York on Saturday morning instead of Friday evening. As a result, Sri Lanka had to cancel their training session as well. Besides the delay, the team led by Wanindu Hasaranga has been put up in a hotel which is an hour and a half away from the training facilities. The Indian team, on the other hand, has the luxury of staying right next to the training ground.

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The Indian team has very little traveling to do in the group stage as they are playing three of their four group matches in New York. While Sri Lanka have to play their four matches at different grounds.

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