ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Complete Schedule

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Complete Schedule: The excitement is building as we approach the start of the 2023 ODI World Cup, where the ten best cricket teams from around the globe will converge in India to compete for cricket’s most prestigious 50-overs trophy. The group stage of this highly anticipated tournament is set to kick off on October 5 and will run until November 12, spanning 38 days and featuring matches across ten venues in India.

World Cup 2023 Group stage Matches

5. Afghanistan vs Pakistan – October 23 at M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai A clash between two Asian powerhouses promises high-intensity cricket as Afghanistan faces Pakistan in Chennai.

4. England vs New Zealand – October 5 at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad The tournament opener will see England take on New Zealand in what is sure to be a riveting contest.

3. England vs Australia – November 4, Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad A classic rivalry reignites as England squares off against Australia, a match that cricket fans always look forward to.

2. India vs England – October 29, Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow The host nation, India, faces England in what could be a pivotal match for both teams’ fortunes in the tournament.

1. India vs Pakistan – October 14, Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad The mother of all cricketing rivalries resumes as India takes on Pakistan, a contest that transcends the sport itself.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 complete schedule

October 5 – England vs New Zealand – Ahmedabad – 2:00 PM
October 6 – Pakistan vs Netherlands – Hyderabad – 2:00 PM
October 7 – Bangladesh vs Afghanistan – Dharamsala – 10:30 AM
October 7 – South Africa vs Sri Lanka – Delhi – 2:00 PM
October 8 – India vs Australia – Chennai – 2:00 PM
October 9 – New Zealand vs Netherlands – 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 Sri Lanka – 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 Sri Lanka – Lucknow – 2:00 PM
October 17 – South Africa vs Netherlands – 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 – Netherlands vs Sri Lanka – 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 Netherlands – Delhi – 2:00 PM
October 26 – England vs Sri Lanka – Bengaluru – 2:00 PM
October 27 – Pakistan vs South Africa – Chennai – 2:00 PM
October 28 – Netherlands 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 Sri Lanka – 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 Sri Lanka – Mumbai – 2:00 PM
November 3 – Netherlands 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 Sri Lanka – Delhi – 2:00 PM
November 7 – Australia vs Afghanistan – Mumbai – 2:00 PM
November 8 – England vs Netherlands – Pune – 2:00 PM
November 9 – New Zealand vs Sri Lanka – Bengaluru – 2:00 PM
November 10 – South Africa vs Afghanistan – Ahmedabad – 2:00 PM
November 11 – India vs Netherlands – 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 vs 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

Additionally, for those following the Indian cricket team’s schedule specifically, here’s a breakdown of their fixtures:

  • October 8 – Australia – Chennai
  • October 11 – Afghanistan – Delhi
  • October 14 – Pakistan – Ahmedabad
  • October 19 – Bangladesh – Pune
  • October 22 – New Zealand – Dharamsala
  • October 29 – England – Lucknow
  • November 2 – Qualifier – Mumbai
  • November 5 – South Africa – Kolkata
  • November 12 – Qualifier – Bengaluru

Get ready to mark your calendars and enjoy the cricketing action as the World Cup 2023 unfolds in India.

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