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ICC World Cup 2023 Complete Schedule 2023: ICC World Cup 2023 schedule is reveals and every cricket fan around the world is so eager for the tournament.

ICC World Cup 2023 will witness a battle among 10 teams and will be played from Oct to Nov 2023.

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The World Cup 2023 will be held in India. A total of 10 teams are part of the ICC World Cup 2023. They are India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Australia, England, New Zealand, and South Africa. Two more teams will join after the ongoing Qualifiers tournament.

ICC World Cup 2023 will be played in a round-robin format. Hence, each team will face the other team once, playing a total of 9 games. After the completion of the round-robin format, the top four teams in the points table will qualify for the semi-finals.

ICC World Cup Schedule 2023:

DateMatch DetailsVenueTime (IST)
October 5England vs New Zealand, 1st MatchNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM
October 6Pakistan vs Q1, 2nd MatchRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad2:00 PM
October 7Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, 3rd MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala10:30 AM
October 7South Africa vs Q2, 4th MatchArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM
October 8India vs Australia, 5th MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM
October 9New Zealand vs Q1, 6th MatchRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad2:00 PM
October 10England vs Bangladesh, 7th MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala2:00 PM
October 11India vs Afghanistan, 8th MatchArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM
October 12Pakistan vs Q2, 9th MatchRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad2:00 PM
October 13Australia vs South Africa, 10th MatchBharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow2:00 PM
October 14New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 11th MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai10:30 AM
October 14England vs Afghanistan, 12th MatchArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM
October 15India vs Pakistan, 13th MatchNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM
October 16Australia vs Q2, 14th MatchBharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow2:00 PM
October 17South Africa vs Q1, 15th MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala2:00 PM
October 18New Zealand vs Afghanistan, 16th MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM
October 19India vs Bangladesh, 17th MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune2:00 PM
October 20Australia vs Pakistan, 18th MatchM.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru2:00 PM
October 21Q1 vs Q2, 19th MatchBharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow10:30 AM
October 21England vs South Africa, 20th MatchWankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM
October 22India vs New Zealand, 21st MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala2:00 PM
October 23Pakistan vs Afghanistan, 22nd MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM
October 24South Africa vs Bangladesh, 23rd MatchWankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM
October 25Australia vs Q1, 24th MatchArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM
October 26England vs Q2, 25th MatchM.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru2:00 PM
October 27Pakistan vs South Africa, 26th MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM
October 28Australia vs New Zealand, 27th MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala10:30 AM
October 28Q1 vs Bangladesh, 28th MatchEden Gardens, Kolkata2:00 PM
October 29India vs England, 29th MatchBharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow2:00 PM
October 30Afghanistan vs Q2, 30th MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune2:00 PM
October 31Pakistan vs Bangladesh, 31st MatchEden Gardens, Kolkata2:00 PM
November 1New Zealand vs South Africa, 32nd MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune2:00 PM
November 2India vs Q2, 33rd MatchWankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM
November 3Q1 vs Afghanistan, 34th MatchBharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow2:00 PM
November 4New Zealand vs Pakistan, 35th MatchM.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru10:30 AM
November 4England vs Australia, 36th MatchNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM
November 5India vs South Africa, 37th MatchEden Gardens, Kolkata2:00 PM
November 6Bangladesh vs Q2, 38th MatchArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM
November 7Australia vs Afghanistan, 39th MatchWankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM
November 8England vs Q1, 40th MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune2:00 PM
November 9New Zealand vs Q2, 41st MatchM.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru2:00 PM
November 10South Africa vs Afghanistan, 42nd MatchNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM
November 11India vs Q1, 43rd MatchM.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru2:00 PM
November 12Australia vs Bangladesh, 44th MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune10:30 AM
November 12England vs Pakistan, 45th MatchEden Gardens, Kolkata2:00 PM
November 15TBC vs TBC, 1st Semi-Final (1st v 4th)Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM
November 16TBC vs TBC, 2nd Semi-Final (2nd v 3rd)Eden Gardens, Kolkata2:00 PM
November 19TBC vs TBC, FinalNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM
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World Cup 2023 Schedule for India:

DateMatch DetailsVenueTime (IST)
October 8India vs Australia, 5th MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM
October 11India vs Afghanistan, 8th MatchArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM
October 15India vs Pakistan, 13th MatchNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM
October 19India vs Bangladesh, 17th MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune2:00 PM
October 22India vs New Zealand, 21st MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala2:00 PM
October 29India vs England, 29th MatchBharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow2:00 PM
November 2India vs Q2, 33rd MatchWankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM
November 5India vs South Africa, 37th MatchEden Gardens, Kolkata2:00 PM
November 11India vs Q1, 43rd MatchM.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru2:00 PM

World Cup 2023 Schedule for Pakistan:

October 6Pakistan vs Q1, 2nd MatchRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad2:00 PM
October 12Pakistan vs Q2, 9th MatchRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad2:00 PM
October 15India vs Pakistan, 13th MatchNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM
October 20Australia vs Pakistan, 18th MatchM.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru2:00 PM
October 23Pakistan vs Afghanistan, 22nd MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM
October 27Pakistan vs South Africa, 26th MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM
October 31Pakistan vs Bangladesh, 31st MatchEden Gardens, Kolkata2:00 PM
November 4New Zealand vs Pakistan, 35th MatchM.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru10:30 AM
November 12England vs Pakistan, 45th MatchEden Gardens, Kolkata2:00 PM

World Cup 2023 Schedule for Afghanistan:

DateMatch DetailsVenueTime (IST)
October 7Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, 3rd MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala10:30 AM
October 11India vs Afghanistan, 8th MatchArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM
October 14England vs Afghanistan, 12th MatchArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM
October 18New Zealand vs Afghanistan, 16th MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM
October 23Pakistan vs Afghanistan, 22nd MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM
October 30Afghanistan vs Q2, 30th MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune2:00 PM
November 3Q1 vs Afghanistan, 34th MatchBharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow2:00 PM
November 7Australia vs Afghanistan, 39th MatchWankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM
November 10South Africa vs Afghanistan, 42nd MatchNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM

World Cup 2023 Schedule for Bangladesh:

October 7Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, 3rd MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala10:30 AM
October 10England vs Bangladesh, 7th MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala2:00 PM
October 14New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 11th MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai10:30 AM
October 19India vs Bangladesh, 17th MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune2:00 PM
October 24South Africa vs Bangladesh, 23rd MatchWankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM
October 28Q1 vs Bangladesh, 28th MatchEden Gardens, Kolkata2:00 PM
October 31Pakistan vs Bangladesh, 31st MatchEden Gardens, Kolkata2:00 PM
November 6Bangladesh vs Q2, 38th MatchArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM
November 12Australia vs Bangladesh, 44th MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune10:30 AM

World Cup 2023 Schedule for Australia:

DateMatch DetailsVenueTime (IST)
October 8India vs Australia, 5th MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM
October 13Australia vs South Africa, 10th MatchBharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow2:00 PM
October 16Australia vs Q2, 14th MatchBharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow2:00 PM
October 20Australia vs Pakistan, 18th MatchM.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru2:00 PM
October 25Australia vs Q1, 24th MatchArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM
October 28Australia vs New Zealand, 27th MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala10:30 AM
November 4England vs Australia, 36th MatchNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM
November 7Australia vs Afghanistan, 39th MatchWankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM
November 12Australia vs Bangladesh, 44th MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune10:30 AM

World Cup 2023 Schedule for New Zealand:

DateMatch DetailsVenueTime (IST)
October 5England vs New Zealand, 1st MatchNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM
October 9New Zealand vs Q1, 6th MatchRajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad2:00 PM
October 14New Zealand vs Bangladesh, 11th MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai10:30 AM
October 18New Zealand vs Afghanistan, 16th MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM
October 22India vs New Zealand, 21st MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala2:00 PM
October 28Australia vs New Zealand, 27th MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala10:30 AM
November 1New Zealand vs South Africa, 32nd MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune2:00 PM
November 4New Zealand vs Pakistan, 35th MatchM.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru10:30 AM
November 9New Zealand vs Q2, 41st MatchM.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru2:00 PM

World Cup 2023 Schedule for South Africa:

DateMatch DetailsVenueTime (IST)
October 7South Africa vs Q2, 4th MatchArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM
October 13Australia vs South Africa, 10th MatchBharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow2:00 PM
October 17South Africa vs Q1, 15th MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala2:00 PM
October 21England vs South Africa, 20th MatchWankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM
October 24South Africa vs Bangladesh, 23rd MatchWankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM
October 27Pakistan vs South Africa, 26th MatchMA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai2:00 PM
November 1New Zealand vs South Africa, 32nd MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune2:00 PM
November 5India vs South Africa, 37th MatchEden Gardens, Kolkata2:00 PM
November 10South Africa vs Afghanistan, 42nd MatchNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM

World Cup 2023 Schedule for England:

DateMatch DetailsVenueTime (IST)
October 5England vs New Zealand, 1st MatchNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM
October 10England vs Bangladesh, 7th MatchHimachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala2:00 PM
October 14England vs Afghanistan, 12th MatchArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM
October 21England vs South Africa, 20th MatchWankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM
October 26England vs Q2, 25th MatchM.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru2:00 PM
October 29India vs England, 29th MatchBharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow2:00 PM
November 4England vs Australia, 36th MatchNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM
November 8England vs Q1, 40th MatchMaharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Pune2:00 PM
November 12England vs Pakistan, 45th MatchEden Gardens, Kolkata2:00 PM

(With input from CricketAddictor)

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IPL 2024: Sachin Tendulkar Amazed by SRH’s Outstanding Shows Against DC

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Sachin Tendulkar Amazed by SRH’s Outstanding Shows Against DC: The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2024’s most vicious teams are the Surisers Hyderabad (SRH). Every time the Orange Army plays a group stage game, they break records, led by the recently appointed Pat Cummins.

Their most recent victory was on Saturday night when they defeated Delhi Capital by an enormous margin of 67 runs in their own turf. This was their third 250-plus total in the current competition.

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Abhishek Sharma and Travis Head, the openers, mounted an attack on the DC bowlers, amassing 131 runs for the first wicket in the Powerplay alone. With six sixes and eleven boundaries in a 32-ball performance of 89, the Australian batsman top-scored.

All-rounder Shabaz Nadeem made a half-century down the order to help the SRH record 266/7 in 20 overs.

DC responded by attempting to match SRH’s ferocity with a few early pyrotechnics. Abhishek Porel added a 22-ball 42 to help his team gain a fast start in the massive chase, which was spearheaded by Jake Fraser-McGurk’s 15-ball half-century.

With five balls remaining, the hosts were dismissed for 199 after running out of steam due to their dismissals.

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Sunrisers’ exploits continue to surprise the experts of the game. Batting legend Sachin Tendulkar heaped huge praise on the Cummins & Co. for their all-round show in Delhi on Saturday.

“What is it with @SunRisers that they’ve gotten past 260 thrice in this season alone! Today was a game where they completely outclassed @DelhiCapitals. They, of course, batted well thanks to a mind-boggling start by @travishead34 & @IamAbhiSharma4 and a wonderful finish by Shahbaz. And in the 2nd half of the game, they bowled much better than DC, with their variations proving to be very effective. Well played, SRH,” Tendulkar wrote on X.

Captain of DC Rishabh Pant said his team was practically playing catch up the entire time after Sunrisers Hyderabad produced a massive “power play” by hammering 125 runs to set a new IPL record.

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“I think power play was the difference. We were just catching up throughout the match. That was the massive difference. Hopefully, we will come back with more thought process and clear mindset,” said Pant.

“The only thought process behind that (deciding to bowl first) was we thought there would be some dew but it didn’t come. I thought if we could restrict them to 220-230, we would be in with a chance,” he added.

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T20 World Cup India’s Squad 2024: The BCCI is going to announce the deadline to reveal the T20 World Cup Squad. However, India’s Squad for 2024 edition will become key point.

Many social media reports claims that at least 10 cricketers have been earmarked as a sure-shot selection in the squad while there are still quite a few spots up for grabs.

Interestingly, given that the World Cup is being held in the USA and the West Indies, India may be bringing a big team, adding five players to the existing 15-man roster.

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India has not taken home a trophy since the competition’s inception in 2007 and has only advanced to the final once, in Bangladesh in 2014, where they were defeated by Sri Lanka.

India was destroyed by eventual victors England in the semi-final of the most recent edition, which was held in Australia in 2022, losing by a 10-wicket margin.

It’s interesting to note that at least seven players from India’s 2022 T20 World Cup roster may be traveling to the Caribbean this time, while at least eight other players have either lost favor or are injured.

Here are some of the players from India’s T20 World Cup 2022 roster that might not make the team for the T20 World Cup 2024.

India’s T20 World Cup 2022 squad was this:

Rohit Sharma (C), KL Rahul (VC), Dinesh Karthik (WK), Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant (WK), Suryakumar Yadav, Ravichandran Ashwin, Deepak Hooda, Hardik Pandya, Axar Patel, Arshdeep Singh, Yuzvendra Chahal, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Harshal Patel

From the above squad, the skipper Rohit Sharma will travel to the Caribbean at the same capacity while Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant, Suryakumar Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Arshdeep Singh are more or less certain to feature in this edition as well barring any injuries.

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But players like Harshal Patel, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and Deepak Hooda have lost the selectors’ favour and aren’t even in the running to be included in the team for the 2024 T20 World Cup.

With Kuldeep Yadav’s comeback, Ravichandran Ashwin, who was a member of the 2022 squad, is also probably going to be left out.

In large part due to Ravindra Jadeja’s disqualification from the competition, Axar Patel managed to secure a spot in the 2022 edition. Jadeja is fit this time around, and even though his play hasn’t exactly lit the IPL 2024 stage on fire, it seems almost a given that the Saurashtra all-rounder will make the team.

Though he won the Purple Cap in 2022 and is India’s top wicket-taker in Twenty20 Internationals, Yuzvendra Chahal is an intriguing choice because he hasn’t participated in a single Twenty20 World Cup for his country.

Strangely, despite being selected for the 2022 edition, he did not appear in the playing XI at all throughout the competition. He was not selected for the 2020 edition.

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Pacer Mohammad Shami is another player who will be missing out. He has had surgery to treat his injury, and BCCI secretary Jay Shah has indicated that he may be back for the Bangladesh Test.

Nonetheless, Mohammad Siraj, who will replace Harshal Patel in the previous team, and Jasprit Bumrah, who had an injury during the 2022 edition, will be included in the 2024 roster.

One other name that could miss out from the 2022 squad is Dinesh Karthik. But with the kind of form he is in for RCB as a finisher, it will be very intriguing to see if DK’s final mad dash earns him a spot this year as well.

Expected Squad for T20 World Cup 2024:

Rohit Sharma (C), Virat Kohli, Rishabh Pant (WK), Suryakumar Yadav, Shivam Dube, Hardik Pandya (VC), Ravindra Jadeja, Kuldeep Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Arshdeep Singh, Yuzvendra Chahal, Mohammad Siraj, Avesh Khan, Sanju Samson (WK), Shubman Gill

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