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5 Reasons to Catch the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England & Wales

  • Highlights

  • Team India starts the tournament as favourites

  • This is likely to be MS Dhoni’s last World Cup outing

  • The summer is a good time to visit England and Wales

  • With instant finance, you can plan your trip today

Take a look at India’s passions and you’ll find two unanimous winners: cinema and sports, especially cricket. And no matter where you grew up, chances are that cricket has played a role in your life. From 5-day test matches to exciting ODIs to swashbuckling T20s, there’s plenty to love here.

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With edge-of-your-seat matches and renewed rivalries at the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England and Wales this summer, there are enough reasons to go catch the tournament live.

Here are five reasons why you should make the most of the opportunity of a lifetime to watch the Men in Blue create history!

1. Stiff competition but India starts as favourites

There was once a time when the Australian team always topped the charts and seemed to have a clear advantage over all the other teams. But over the last decade, the Indian team has been a force to be reckoned. While formidable sides including Pakistan, South Africa and New Zealand promising to make the tournament dramatic, the Men in Blue are more than a match on their day.

2. The UK has been a happy hunting ground

England – the venue of this year’s tournament – has been the seat of former glories for India. After all, this was where legendary captain Kapil Dev lifted the trophy in 1983 and Mohammed Kaif pulled off the impossible in the 2002 NatWest Series final. The disappointing 1999 WC series aside, there’s enough reason to be hopeful of a great performance from Team India that takes them all the way to the final!

Additional Read: Must Watch Games of India in CWC 2019

3. Watch MS Dhoni bid farewell in style

With two World Cups already under his belt, MS Dhoni has been the poster boy of India’s revival in ODIs over the last decade. A firm fan-favourite across the world, Dhoni is also our most decorated captain. But 38 in July, Dhoni is likely to say goodbye post this World Cup. Catch him live in perhaps his last appearance on the field in the Indian jersey.

4. The weather makes it a good time to visit the UK

The UK boasts of a relatively temperate climate, in general. But with the rain often unpredictable, it is said that spring (late March to June) is the best time to visit Britain. Plan a trip around the World Cup so that you can pack in some sightseeing along with the matches!

5. Plan the trip at a moment’s notice with instant finance

You don’t need to dip into your savings to grab this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. With an instant personal loan available easily, you can borrow as much as you need to finance this trip and have the money in your account in just 24 hours. Avail a Bajaj Finserv Personal Loan with minimal documentation and get approval instantly.

Additional Read: How to Get a UK Visa for CWC 2019

With so many reasons urging you to travel to England and Wales, it would be a shame to miss the World Cup 2019, especially if you’re an ardent cricket fan. From booking your flight tickets to managing accommodation, stadium passes and sightseeing trips, do it all with a personal loan. In fact, you can check your pre-approved offer in three simple steps and start the process right away.

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