The ICC has unveiled an updated itinerary for the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. The prestigious ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup is now scheduled to take place in India, spanning from October 5 until November 19, 2023. This eagerly anticipated tournament is set to showcase the finest talents in the realm of cricket, captivating fans and enthusiasts worldwide.
The revised dates promise an extended period of exhilarating matches, where participating teams will compete fiercely for the coveted championship title. As the cricketing world eagerly awaits this grand event, all eyes will be on India as it prepares to host this monumental tournament, offering an unforgettable spectacle of skill, strategy, and sportsmanship on the cricket field.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule
ICC has unveiled the official schedule for the highly anticipated ICC World Cup 2023. The forthcoming event, the 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, is set to take place in India from October 5 until November 19, 2023. This cricket extravaganza is poised to host a total of 10 competing teams. Notably, India, being the host nation, has secured a direct berth in the tournament, alongside Afghanistan, Australia, England, Bangladesh, New Zealand, Pakistan, and South Africa.
These teams have earned their positions through commendable performances in the 2020-2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League. The remaining two slots will be decided as the ongoing World Cup Qualifiers unfold in Zimbabwe. Anticipation mounts as cricket aficionados eagerly await the pinnacle of sporting excellence, ready to witness intense battles and extraordinary displays of talent during this grand cricketing spectacle.
ICC Cricket World cup 2023 Revised Schedule Announced
World Cup 2023 Schedule-Latest Updates
In light of this, the monumental clash between the two cricketing giants could potentially be moved to October 14, providing a feasible solution that accommodates the cultural significance of Navratri while ensuring robust security measures.
The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023, a cricketing spectacle, is set to unfurl on October 5 with the tournament opener at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium. The final showdown of this prestigious event has been designated to grace the same stadium, as announced by BCCI Secretary Jay Shah.
Concurrently, the cricketing action is also poised to unfold in Mumbai and Kolkata. The Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai is the chosen battleground for the first semi-final, while the second semi-final is slated for the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.
These changes and arrangements epitomize the intricate choreography involved in orchestrating a global cricketing spectacle, ensuring a harmonious blend of sport, tradition, security, and logistics.
ICC Cricket World Cup Schedule 2023- Tournament Venues
Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Dharamsala, Delhi, Chennai, Lucknow, Pune, Bengaluru, Mumbai, and Kolkata will all play host to the 2023 ICC World Cup. Along with Hyderabad, exhibition games will also be played in Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram from September 29 to October 3. This extensive venue distribution reflects India’s fervor for cricket and the meticulous planning for this global event.
It assures an engaging experience as matches unfold in renowned cricketing locales. The inclusion of Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram in warm-up matches emphasizes the event’s aim to involve regions beyond main hosts, promoting a nationwide celebration of the sport. These diverse venues epitomize the tournament’s goal to unite cricket fans, exhibit India’s cultural richness, and create an unforgettable World Cup spectacle.
Here’s a list of India’s tentative schedule for the World Cup 2023 Schedule
Anticipating a dynamic tournament arrangement, the stage is set for a round-robin symphony, where each team engages in a pas de deux of competition, encountering their peers in a single encounter. Amidst this orchestrated dance, the crème de la crème, the top four contenders, shall ascend to the semifinal arena, where the triumphs shall be decided. A grand tapestry of athletic prowess and strategy takes shape, culminating in a crescendo of supremacy in the final battleground.
India’s maiden appearance in the tournament unfurls with a clash against reigning champions Australia on the 8th of October, a theatrical overture resonating in Chennai’s amphitheater. Subsequent acts feature encounters with Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, New Zealand, England, a formidable Qualifier 2, South Africa, and a potent Qualifier 1. This epic saga culminates on the 19th of November, the grand finale poised to grace Ahmedabad’s illustrious Narendra Modi Stadium.
It’s paramount to recognize that the preliminary arrangement, like an artist’s sketch, may undergo transformation, with the ICC orchestrating the final symphony in closer proximity to the tournament’s debut. The cricketing connoisseurs eagerly await this thrilling spectacle, every heartbeat in harmony with the suspense, poised for the unveiling of heroic narratives on the global amphitheater.
ICC Cricket World cup 2023 Revised Schedule Announced
|Oct 22||New Zealand||Dharamsala|
|Nov 5||South Africa||Kolkata|
World Cup 2023 Schedule
|October 5||England vs New Zealand||Ahmedabad||2:00 PM|
|October 6||Pakistan vs Qualifier 1||Hyderabad||2:00 PM|
|October 7||Bangladesh vs Afghanistan||Dharamsala||10:30 AM|
|October 7||South Africa vs Qualifier 2||Delhi||2:00 PM|
|October 8||India vs Australia||Chennai||2:00 PM|
|October 9||New Zealand vs Qualifier 1||Hyderabad||2:00 PM|
|October 10||England vs Bangladesh||Dharamsala||10:30 AM|
|October 10||Pakistan vs Sri Lanka||Hyderabad||2:00 PM|
|October 11||India vs Afghanistan||Delhi||2:00 PM|
|October 12||Pakistan vs Qualifier 2||Hyderabad||2:00 PM|
|October 12||Australia vs South Africa||Lucknow||2:00 PM|
|October 13||New Zealand vs Bangladesh||Chennai||2:00 PM|
|October 14||India vs Pakistan||Ahmedabad||2:00 PM|
|October 15||England vs Afghanistan||Delhi||2.00 PM|
|October 16||Australia vs Qualifier 2||Lucknow||2:00 PM|
|October 17||South Africa vs Qualifier 1||Dharamsala||2:00 PM|
|October 18||New Zealand vs Afghanistan||Chennai||2:00 PM|
|October 19||India vs Bangladesh||Pune||2:00 PM|
|October 20||Australia vs Pakistan||Bengaluru||2:00 PM|
|October 21||England vs South Africa||Mumbai||10:30 AM|
|October 21||Qualifier 1 vs Qualifier 2||Lucknow||2:00 PM|
|October 22||India vs New Zealand||Dharamsala||2:00 PM|
|October 23||Pakistan vs Afghanistan||Chennai||2:00 PM|
|October 24||South Africa vs Bangladesh||Mumbai||2:00 PM|
|October 25||Australia vs Qualifier 1||Delhi||2:00 PM|
|October 26||England vs Qualifier 2||Bengaluru||2:00 PM|
|October 27||Pakistan vs South Africa||Chennai||2:00 PM|
|October 28||Qualifier 1 vs Bangladesh||Kolkata||10:30 AM|
|October 28||Australia vs New Zealand||Dharamsala||2:00 PM|
|October 29||India vs England||Lucknow||2:00 PM|
|October 30||Afghanistan vs Qualifier 2||Pune||2:00 PM|
|October 31||Pakistan vs Bangladesh||Kolkata||2:00 PM|
|November 1||New Zealand vs South Africa||Pune||2:00 PM|
|November 2||India vs Qualifier 2||Mumbai||2:00 PM|
|November 3||Qualifier 1 vs Afghanistan||Lucknow||2:00 PM|
|November 4||England vs Australia||Ahmedabad||10:30 AM|
|November 4||New Zealand vs Pakistan||Bengaluru||2:00 PM|
|November 5||India vs South Africa||Kolkata||2:00 PM|
|November 6||Bangladesh vs Qualifier 2||Delhi||2:00 PM|
|November 7||Australia vs Afghanistan||Mumbai||2:00 PM|
|November 8||England vs Qualifier 1||Pune||2:00 PM|
|November 9||New Zealand vs Qualifier 2||Bengaluru||2:00 PM|
|November 10||South Africa vs Afghanistan||Ahmedabad||2:00 PM|
|November 11||India vs Qualifier 1||Bengaluru||2:00 PM|
|November 11||Australia vs Bangladesh||Pune||2:00 PM|
|November 12||England vs Pakistan||Kolkata||10:30 AM|
|November 12||India v Netherlands||Bengaluru||2:00 PM|
|November 15||Semifinal 1||Mumbai||2:00 PM|
|November 16||Semifinal 2||Kolkata||2:00 PM|
|November 19||Final||Ahmedabad||2:00 PM|
Past Cricket World Cup Winners Country Wise
The list of ODI Cricket World Cup winners from 1975—the inaugural World Cup—to 2023 is provided below:
|ODI Cricket World Cup Winners List|
|1975||England||West Indies||Australia||West Indies won by 17 runs|
|1979||England||West Indies||England||West Indies won by 92 runs|
|1983||England||India||West Indies||India won by 43 runs|
|1987||India and Pakistan||Australia||England||Australia won by 7 runs|
|1992||Australia and New Zealand||Pakistan||England||Pakistan won by 22 runs|
|1996||Pakistan and India||Sri Lanka||Australia||Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets|
|1999||England||Australia||Pakistan||Australia won by 8 wickets|
|2003||South Africa||Australia||India||Australia won by 125 runs|
|2007||West Indies||Australia||Sri Lanka||Australia won by 53 runs|
|2011||India and Bangladesh||India||Sri Lanka||India won by 6 wickets|
|2015||Australia and New Zealand||Australia||New Zealand||Australia won by 7 wickets|
|2019||England and Wales||England||New Zealand||The match tied after regular play and a super over; England won on a boundary count|
World Cup team’s announced
Australia squad:Sean Abbott, Ashton Agar, Alex Carey, Nathan Ellis, Cameron Green, Aaron Hardie, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Josh Inglis, Mitchell Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Tanveer Sangha, Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, and Adam Zampa make up the starting lineup for Pat Cummins (captain). (Three will be left out)
Afghanistan squad: Yet to be announced
Bangladesh squad: Yet to be announced
England squad: Yet to be announced
India squad: Yet to be announced
Netherlands squad: Yet to be announced
New Zealand squad: Yet to be announced
Pakistan squad: Yet to be announced
South Africa squad: Yet to be announced
Sri Lanka squad: Yet to be announced