In India, football is a game of identity.

The country has never been a footballing powerhouse, but the sport has become a big part of the national identity.

There are hundreds of thousands of fans watching the game every weekend, and the crowds of millions of spectators is the main attraction in stadiums across the country.

The game has been a part of Indian culture for centuries, and it is no surprise that its popularity has grown as the country has become richer.

With the World Cup now in the future, the country is looking ahead to the next stage of its development, with cricket, which has been the country’s most popular sport since the late 1800s, poised to make a comeback.

The cricket series has become more popular and is expected to be bigger than ever.

This year, India will host its fourth edition of the tournament.

India has been hosting the tournament since 2001.

It has seen the number of international matches, with the final between Australia and England expected to take place on Sunday (local time).

The final is expected a sell-out, with around 20,000 tickets available.

The Indian team has enjoyed an incredible success with their victories in the previous editions, with India reaching the semi-finals and the final.

This is a historic year for India and for cricket.

“We’re going to have a big year.

It’s going to be a big step forward,” said Vijay Kumar, a former India captain.

The ICC is expected at the World Cups final, and many teams are keen to secure a spot in the final, with Pakistan, Bangladesh and Zimbabwe all making strong bids for a spot.

“It’s about being at the right place at the best time.

The players have played in some of the best venues in the world, but I think the players will be the ones who are going to make the most of this opportunity,” said Kumar.

The team is also looking to bring in some new faces, with a number of high-profile players already in the country, including Sourav Ganguly and Ravi Shastri.

In the past, India has struggled to find players who can play in the international format, with limited options in the domestic game.

But with the current crop of players, including India’s most successful batsman Rohit Sharma and the new-look bowling attack, the team is set to have its best ever season.

India will also be relying on new additions to the team.

Former South Africa opener Ravichandran Ashwin has joined the squad.

The 26-year-old will play a part in the opening game against Bangladesh, while former Australia captain Anil Kumble is a possible replacement for the injured Yuvraj Singh.

With India set to win its first World Cup title since 1996, it will be important for the team to stay strong throughout the tournament, especially after a disappointing 2014.

“The next World Cup will be a good opportunity for India.

It will be interesting to see how the players fare.

The World Cup is a test for the young team.

We’ve always had a lot of talent in the team and I think they are ready for this challenge,” said Ashwin.

India’s new captain, Rohit, will take on the challenge of representing the country at the next World Cups, which will take place in England and England in 2021 and 2022 respectively.

He will be looking to prove that his credentials have not gone unnoticed in India.