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The ICC Cricket World Cup final will be accompanied by an air show featuring the IAF’s Surya Kiran team

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IAF's Surya Kiran team will perform air show in ICC Cricket World Cup final in Ahmedabad
IAF's Surya Kiran team will perform air show in ICC Cricket World Cup final in Ahmedabad

The event is set for Sunday, November 19, at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad (Gujarat), when India and five-time champion Australia square off in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 final. Prior to the World Cup final, the Indian Air Force’s Surya Kiran Aerobatic team announced that it would put on an aerial display to enhance the atmosphere at the world’s biggest cricket stadium. The IAF’s Surya Kiran aerobatic squad, which typically consists of nine planes, has shown its abilities in a number of national air displays. The team is well-known for its distinctive performance, featuring barrel roll maneuvers, loop maneuvers in victory formation, and an arrangement of numerous shapes in the air.

The group posted Guess What… on X, with a short trailer.

The world’s biggest cricket field is expected to be jam-packed, with tickets showing to be sold out on the BookMyShow platform due to the hosts’ possibilities of winning a third title. Founded in 1996, the Surya Kiran Aerobatic Group is an element of the Indian Air Force’s 52nd Unit. The team flies Hawk Mk-132s. On Friday and Saturday, the presentation will be practiced.

There are whispers that Prime Minister Modi will be in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, to watch the match live. Whether the Prime Minister asks his friend, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, to watch the final will be interesting to watch.

In the following semifinal, which took place on Thursday at Kolkata’s Eden Gardens, Australia prevailed over South Africa. Australia bowled first and then held South Africa to a relatively small total of 212 thanks to an inspired performance from batsman David Miller, who got 101 runs off 116 balls in the game that was halted by rain. Australia began the chase off swiftly, but South Africa’s precise middle-overs hitting slowed them down.

Australia remained able to accomplish the total, and even with seven wickets in possession, they effortlessly removed the boundary to ensure their place in their eighth World Cup final as well.

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