The ICC daid on 30 Jan' Monday that the India-England World Cup match on February 27 has been switched from Kolkata to Bangalore.
The high-profile game was taken away from Kolkata because of concerns about unfinished renovation work at the historic Eden Gardens stadium.
The ICC said in a statement that Bangalore had been confirmed as the venue.
In a letter to the India Board the ICC outlined a schedule of works that need to be carried out at Eden Gardens before the other scheduled fixtures at the ground.
An ICC inspection team will visit Eden Gardens on February 7 to assess progress.
"We can now work with our various partners and stakeholders to make sure that the match -- along with the rest of the tournament -- is all it should be."
The world governing body had earlier rejected a plea by the Cricket Association of Bengal, which runs Eden Gardens, to reconsider its decision to remove the India-England match.
The ICC was concerned about work in the renovated stands of Eden Gardens, as well as corporate boxes, the media centre and the location of the radio commentary boxes.
The problems echoed similar trouble before the Delhi Commonwealth Games in October that were marred by severe delays in construction work and shoddy finishing.