Amid this backdrop, Cuttack was suggested as an alternative host city for the cricket by the Board of Control for Cricket in India.
Team manager Ayesha Ashar told The Times Of India: "The arrangements are more like we get in Pakistan. We are happy with the facilities provided to us by the organisers."
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The shift of the entire programme of Group B fixtures - involving Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa - to Cuttack, was only confirmed on 25 January, six days before the tournament began.
Some Super Six games - including one of England's scheduled fixtures - will now also take place in Cuttack.
On announcing the schedule change, ICC chief executive Dave Richardson said it was a "difficult situation, which was not of cricket's making".
The World Cup final is still set to take place at Mumbai's Brabourne Stadium on 17 February, even if Pakistan are involved.
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