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World Cup 2023 Schedule: Full Fixtures, Venue, Date & Time



World Cup 2023 Schedule

World Cup 2023 Schedule: World Cup 2023 will starts on Oct 5 in between Defending champion England and previous runner-up New Zealand. Hosts India will begin their campaign against Australia in Chennai. PCB objected to India vs Pakistan in Ahmedabad as well as matches against Australia and Afghanistan in Bengaluru and Chennai.

“The fervour and passion for cricket in India is unique. I am sure fans both here and abroad would be looking forward to the tournament’s return to India for the first time since 2011, when our team became the first to lift the trophy on home soil,” BCCI Secretary Jay Shah said.

Fixtures With Date & Time:

Bangladesh World Cup 2023 Schedule:

  • Bangladesh vs Afghanistan – October 7 – Dharamsala
  • England vs Bangladesh – October 10 – Dharamsala
  • New Zealand vs Bangladesh – October 14 – Chennai
  • India vs Bangladesh – October 19 – Pune
  • South Africa vs Bangladesh – October 24 – Mumbai
  • Qualifier 1 vs Bangladesh – October 28 – Kolkata
  • Pakistan vs Bangladesh – October 31 – Kolkata
  • Bangladesh vs Qualifier 2 – November 6 – Delhi
  • Australia vs Bangladesh – November 12 – Pune

South Africa World Cup 2023 Schedule:

South Africa vs Qualifier 2October 7Delhi
South Africa vs AustraliaOctober 13Lucknow
South Africa vs Qualifier 1October 17Dharamsala
South Africa vs EnglandOctober 21Mumbai
South Africa vs BangladeshOctober 24Mumbai
South Africa vs PakistanOctober 27Chennai
South Africa vs New ZealandNovember 1Pune
South Africa vs IndiaNovember 5Kolkata
South Africa vs AfghanistanNovember 10Ahmedabad

New Zealand World Cup 2023 Schedule:

Australia World Cup 2023 Schedule:

Pakistan World Cup 2023 Schedule:

  • PAK vs Q1: Fri 06 October, at 2 PM, Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
  • PAK vs Q2: Thu 12 October, at 2 PM, Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
  • IND vs PAK: Sun 15 October, at 2 PM, Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
  • AUS vs PAK: Fri 20 October, at 2 PM, M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
  • PAK vs AFG: Mon 23 October, at 2 PM, Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
  • PAK vs SA: Fri 27 October, at 2 PM, Chidambaram, Chennai
  • PAK vs BAN: Tue 31 October, at 2 PM, Eden Gardens, Kolkata
  • NZ vs PAK: Sat 04 November, at 2 PM, M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
  • ENG vs PAK: Sun 12 November, at 2 PM, Eden Gardens, Kolkata

England World Cup 2023 Schedule:

  • October 5: England vs New Zealand in Ahmedabad
  • October 10: England vs Bangladesh in Dharamsala
  • October 14: England vs Afghanistan in Delhi
  • October 21: England vs South Africa in Mumbai
  • October 26: England vs Qualifier 2 in Bengaluru
  • October 29: England vs India in Lucknow
  • November 4: England vs Australia in Ahmedabad
  • November 8: England vs Qualifier 1 in Pune
  • November 12: England vs Pakistan in Kolkata

India World Cup 2023 Schedule:

  • IND vs AUS: Sun 08 October at 2 PM Chidambaram, Chennai
  • IND vs AFG: Wed 11 October at 2 PM, Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi
  • IND vs PAK: Sun 15 October at 2 PM, Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
  • IND vs BAN: Thu 19 October at 2 PM, Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Gahunje
  • IND vs NZ: Sun 22 October at 2 PM, Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala
  • IND vs ENG: Sun 29 October at 2 PM, Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpai Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow
  • IND vs Q2: Thu 02 November at 2 PM, Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
  • IND vs SA: Sun 05 November, Eden Gardens, Kolkata
  • IND vs Q1: Sat 11 November, M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru

World Cup Venue:

  • Ahmedabad: Narendra Modi Stadium
  • Bengaluru: M Chinnaswamy Stadium
  • Chennai: MA Chidambaram Stadium
  • Delhi: Arun Jaitley Cricket Stadium
  • Dharamsala: Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium
  • Guwahati: Assam Cricket Association Stadium
  • Hyderabad: Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Uppal
  • Kolkata: Eden Gardens
  • Mumbai: Wankhede Stadium (at least one semi-final)
  • Rajkot: Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium
  • Thiruvananthapuram

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Sunil Gavaskar Says Virat Kohli May Miss IPL 2024



Sunil Gavaskar Says Virat Kohli May Miss IPL 2024

Sunil Gavaskar Says Virat Kohli May Miss IPL 2024: The great Sunil Gavaskar pondered on Monday if star batsman Virat Kohli will participate in the next Indian Premier League, given that the cricket player has been missing the current Test series against England due to personal issues.

On March 22 at Chepauk, the reigning champion Chennai Super Kings will play the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the opening match of the IPL 24. Initially named in the Indian Test squad, the RCB talisman pulled out before the opening game in Hyderabad.

Earlier this month, the cricketer along with his wife Anushka Sharma announced the birth of their second child.

“Kya woh khelenge… kuchh reason ke liye khel nahin rahe hain, shaayad ho sakta hai ke IPL ke liye bhi na khele (Will he play… He is not playing because of some reason, perhaps he may not play in IPL as well),” Gavaskar said rather cheekily when asked if Kohli would be hungry for runs in the IPL as he would be returning to action after a long break.

According to Gavaskar, Dhruv Jurel, a wicketkeeper-batter for the Rajasthan Royals, may be this IPL’s breakout star.

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Jurel, who was playing in just his second Test match, was named Man of the Match after he brilliantly batted for 90 runs and 39 not out in India’s five-wicket victory against England that ended the series.

“He could get a promotion in the hierarchy. Following this performance in the Test matches, Jurel may become a superstar. Even Akash Deep could have more opportunity to play the position of death over specialist in RCB, which they lacked in the previous season.” Gavaskar also hailed Mumbai Indians’ move to make Hardik Pandya their captain, paving the way for Rohit Sharma to bat freely, without the additional responsibility of leading the side.

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“To allow Rohit to play purely as a batter… it has been a busy season for him, first the World Cup, and now this series.

“This will give him the freedom to play without worrying about other players. My feeling is that it will work very well for Mumbai Indians.

“For Hardik to have someone like Rohit to turn to would be invaluable. Hardik will enjoy having Rohit as ‘captain’.”

Gavaskar is also excited that his favourite player, Rishabh Pant, will be making a much-awaited comeback after surviving a near-fatal car accident.

“I’m also a big fan of him. For me the most important thing, is he should be healthy like before, so that he can come and entertain us.

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“It will be very difficult for him and it will take some time for him to get that batting fluency. But good that he has started training.

“Knee plays a pivotal role in batting as well as keeping — which of course he may not do initially. Maybe he won’t be the usual Rishabh Pant that we are used to seeing,” Gavaskar said.

“He certainly has the ability to think on his feet. If he gets back to full fitness, the reins of (Delhi Capitals) captaincy should be handed over to him.

“Let’s stay hopeful. This season is first of him coming back to full fitness. Let’s not rush him into doing something that there will be a setback,” he added.

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PSL: Babar Azam Creates history in Pakistan Super League, become first batter to achieve this huge feat



Babar Azam Creates history in Pakistan Super League, become first batter to achieve this huge feat

Babar Azam Creates history in Pakistan Super League, by becoming the first batter to achieve this huge feat: In the current Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2024, Babar Azam is heading the Peshawar Zalmi. The team lost their opening game to the Quetta Gladiators by a score of 16 runs, but Azam was outstanding in the game, scoring 68 runs off of 42 deliveries while hitting four fours and four sixes.

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Babar Azam became the first player to reach the 3000-run milestone in PSL history with this innings. In the PSL, he has amassed 3003 runs at a strike percentage of 125.49 in 78 innings.

Along with Saim Ayub, Babar Azam began the innings and together they amassed 91 runs, chased a massive 207 runs that the Quetta Gladiators had set.

Jason Roy and Saud Shakeel destroyed the Peshawar bowlers, adding 157 runs for the opening partnership, after Peshawar Zalmi won the toss and decided to bowl first. Jason Roy hit 75 off 48 deliveries, while Saud Shakeel struck 74 off 47 deliveries, all of which Babar Azam dismissed with a brilliant catch.

In the Pakistan Super League, Babar Azam achieved the 3,000 milestone, while Mohammad Rizwan became the most recent inductee into the 2000 runs club. Rizwan was the fourth hitter to surpass the 2000 runs mark in the PSL, tallying 2007 runs in 61 innings with a strike rate of 128.32.

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The Multan Sultans’ captain, Muhammad Rizwan, guided his squad to the championship game the previous season. In their opening match of the season, Multan Sultans defeated Karachi Kings by a margin of 55 runs.

Since its inaugural in 2016, the Pakistan Super League has served as both an annual competition for Pakistani players and an excellent platform for developing fresh talent. The tournament’s all-time highest scorer is Babar Azam, while the players with the most runs in the competition are also Fakhar Zaman, Shoaib Malik, Mohammad Rizwan, and Kamran Akmal.

Here are the top five run-getters in the Pakistan Super League:

Babar Azam: He leads the Peshawar Zalmi franchise and was previously associated with Karachi Kings where he the title. Babar Azam has amassed 3003 runs in 78 innings at a strike rate of 125.4

Fakhar Zaman: Zaman currently plays for the defending champions Lahore Qalandars which is led by Shaheen Shah Afridi. He has amassed 2381 runs in 77 innings at a strike rate of 141.97

Shoaib Malik: Shoaib represents Karachi Kings and has amassed 2135 runs in 78 innings at a strike rate of 130.18 and he has also represented Peshawar Zalmi and Multan Sultans previously.

Mohammad Rizwan: Rizwan is the captain of the Multan Sultans and he is the latest entry in the 2000 runs club in the PSL. He has amassed 2007 runs in 61 innings at a strike rate of 128.32

Kamran Akmal: He played for Peshawar Zalmi and has amassed 1927 runs in 74 innings at a strike rate of 136.94

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