Pakistan’s schedule for ICC World Cup 2023 confirmed
This year’s World Cup schedule was announced on Tuesday by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
There will be two matches between Pakistan and qualifiers in the event.
India will face the Men in Green in Ahmedabad on October 15.
From October 5 to November 19, 10 teams will compete for the elusive title across 10 venues, with the opener and final being held at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
The following is Pakistan’s schedule for the 2023 ICC World Cup:
Qualifier 1 in Hyderabad on October 6
Qualifier 2 – October 12 in Hyderabad
Against India in Ahmedabad on October 15
Bengaluru, October 20 – vs Australia
The team will play Afghanistan in Chennai on October 23
South Africa vs. India on October 27
The match against Bangladesh will take place in Kolkata on October 31
Bengaluru, November 4 – vs New Zealand
In Kolkata, November 12th, there will be a match against England
Cricket World Cup Super League has qualified eight teams, while the final two spots will be awarded to the winners of the ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier in Zimbabwe.
Regardless of where West Indies finish in the Qualifiers, they will qualify for Q1.
It doesn’t matter where Sri Lanka finishes in the qualifiers, they’ll be in Q2.
It will be held in Kolkata if Pakistan makes the semi-finals.
As long as India does not play against Pakistan in the semifinals, they will play in Mumbai.
There will be 45 league matches in the tournament, played round-robin style with all teams playing each other.
The top four teams will qualify for the semifinals, which will take place in Mumbai on November 15 and Kolkata on November 16. Semi-finals and finals will have reserve days.
The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 schedule has been released, which is always an important event before any global event,” said ICC Chief Executive Geoff Allardice.
“Hundreds of millions of fans around the world will be part of what we hope will be the greatest ever Men’s Cricket World Cup, and we know in India there will be an electric atmosphere surrounding the teams, culminating in the winners lifting the trophy in Ahmedabad, the world’s largest cricket stadium.”