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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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ICC World Cup 2023: ENG vs NZ Dream11 Prediction, Pitch Report, Playing XI for 1st Match



ENG vs NZ Dream11 Prediction, Pitch Report, Playing XI for 1st Match

ENG vs NZ Dream11 Prediction, Pitch Report, Playing XI for 1st Match: Defending Champion England will be face New Zealand in the 1st match of the ICC Cricket World Cup at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on October 5.

Joe Root, Moeen Ali, and Ben Stokes are among the crucial players from the English side. On the other hand, Tom Latham will be leading the New Zealand troops in this game. Mitchell Santner, Devon Conway, and Trent Boult are among the key players from the side.

England have not lost any of their last five games and seems to be in great touch for the World Cup. New Zealand, on the other hand, have been decent in the last few days, winning their last two games.

Match: England vs New Zealand

Date: 5th October, 2023

Venue: Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad, India

ENG vs NZ Dream11 Expected Playing XI:

England: Joe Root, Harry Brook, Ben Stokes, Sam Curran, M Ali, Liam Livingstone, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler (C), Aadil Rashid, Mark Wood, R Topley

New Zealand: Devon Conway, Will Young, D. Mitchell, Mitchell Santner, Rachin Ravindra, Tom Latham (C), Glenn Phillips, Trent Boult, L Ferguson, Matt Henry, Ish Sodhi

ENG vs NZ Dream11 Pitch Report:

The Narendra Modi Stadium is a batting-friendly surface and is expected to assist the batters once again here. Pacers, in particular, may enjoy some seam and swing at the start, which can create problems for the batters.

Temperature: 33°c

Humidity: 49%

Wind Speed: 11 km/hr

Precipitation: NO

ENG vs NZ Head-to-Head Record:

These two teams have played a total of 95 games against each other in this format so far, where England won 45 games while New Zealand pocketed 44 in their favor.

England: 45 wins

New Zealand: 44 wins

ENG vs NZ Dream11 Players Stats:

Devon Conway: 874 runs in 22 matches

Jonny Bairstow: 3653 runs in 98 matches

Daryl Mitchell: 1025 runs and 13 wickets in 29 matches

Joe Root: 6246 runs in 162 matches

ENG vs NZ Dream11 Prediction Team for Small League:

WK: Jonny Bairstow (vc), Tom Latham, Devon Conway (c), Jos Butler

Batsmen: Joe Root, Dawid Malan, Daryl Mitchell

All-rounders: Liam Livingstone, Sam Curran

Bowlers: Trent Boult, Mark Wood

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Shadab Khan Feels Rohit Sharma is most toughest Batsmen to Bowl



Shadab Khan Feels Rohit Sharma is most toughest Batsmen to Bowl

Shadab Khan Feels Rohit Sharma is the most toughest Batsmen to Bowl: There is no question that the Indian cricket squad is chock-full of A-list players. This star-studded team features players like Virat Kohli, Shubman Gill, and Rohit Sharma.

With the ODI World Cup 2023 just around the corner, the players will be focused on putting up strong performances and perhaps winning the competition.

Shadab Khan, the all-rounder for the Pakistan squad, took the spotlight to talk about the star power that the Indian team had as the team came in India for the World Cup for the first time in seven years. The 24-year-old came up and nominated Rohit Sharma, the Indian skipper.

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Shadab opined that he admires Rohit Sharma a lot and named him one of the most influential batters in world cricket. He also stated that Rohit is extremely difficult to bowl to.

“I admire Rohit Sharma a lot and among the leading batsmen in the world, he is the most difficult to bowl to. Once he gets set he becomes very dangerous. Among the bowlers, since I am a leg-spinner, it will be Kuldeep Yadav given his recent form,” Shadab Khan was quoted as saying by Sportskeeda.

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Furthermore, Shadab Khan also talked of the welcome that the Pakistan side received when they arrived in Hyderabad for their first warm-up game against New Zealand. Shadab Khan pointed out the brilliant hospitality and the tasty food that they were greeted with.

“The welcome was fantastic at the (Hyderabad) airport and also a lot of people have been thronging the team hotel and hospitality wise it’s been really good,” Shadab Khan said.

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“The food has been really tasty and the support staff (all South Africans) are worried that we end up increasing our fat percentage (laughs). Hope, we get the same love in Ahmedabad where we play India (laughs),” he added.

After losing their first World Cup warm-up game against New Zealand, Pakistan will be taking on Australia in their final warm-up game on Tuesday, October 3. Furthermore, they will begin their World Cup campaign by taking on the Netherlands on Friday, October 6.


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