(MENAFN - The Peninsula) The Peninsula Online
Doha: As India and Pakistan take on each other in the World Cup today, residents in Qatar are heading out to catch the action live with family and friends. Summer Entertainment City at Doha Exhibition and Cultural Centre (DECC) will be broadcasting the match that will be played at Old Trafford in Manchester, England and will begin at 12:30 pm (local time).
One of the biggest indoor screens (8 x 4 metre) will be put up at the venue for one of the most-watched and anticipated matches of the cricket World Cup. Though the match can be watched free, there is a fee of QR15 for entrance to the Summer Entertainment City.
So far Team India has won all matches against South Africa and Australia, and one against New Zealand was abandoned due to rain.
Pakistan, ranked eighth in the tournament standings, have one win against England, lost two and one washout against Sri Lanka.
Meanwhile, Safari mall food court will also be screening the match live.