India will host the ODI World Cup in 2023 from October to November. Numerous holidays, including Navratri, Dussehra, Deepawali, and Chhath Puja, are also quickly approaching. They may have an impact on the competition as well. Three of Pakistan’s matches were modified as a result. In a new schedule provided by the ICC, a total of 9 matches’ dates have been changed.
Table of Contents
ICC World Cup 2023 Schedule:
The ODI World Cup 2023 is to begin on October 5 this year, hosted by India. The final of the tournament will be played on November 19.
A change in the scheduling of some games was requested for these security concerns, and the International Cricket Council (ICC) agreed. Following this, the ICC published the updated World Cup schedule on Wednesday, August 9. Nine matches, including the India-Pakistan game, have seen modifications as a result of this.
Indian team will play match on Diwali
Three of the Pakistani team’s matches have been adjusted to fit the new schedule. As a result, the Indian team’s one game has also been modified. On November 11, the Indian team was scheduled to face the Netherlands in its final group stage face. which is now set to November 12th.
That is, instead of on November 11, the Indian squad will now play its match against the Netherlands a day earlier, on November 12, in Bengaluru. Please let people know that this day is also Diwali’s celebration. In this case, a victory for the Indian side would be a double Diwali present for their supporters.
Changes in Pakistan’s 3 matches
Not just one, but three of the Pakistani team’s matches have had their schedules modified by the ICC. On October 15 at Ahmedabad, the Pakistani team was scheduled to play against the Indian team. However, it has been confirmed that this game will now take place a day earlier, on October 14, at the same stadium. Please let people know that the first day of Navratri is October 15. This has led to the rescheduling of the game.
However, this has resulted in the change of a second Pakistani team match scheduled for October 12. The match versus Sri Lanka will now take place on October 10 in Hyderabad instead of on October 12. In addition, the Pakistan vs. England game scheduled for November 12 at Eden Gardens in Kolkata will actually take place on November 11 at the same stadium. The Kali Puja compelled a change to this match.
Changes in the schedule of these 9 matches
- England Vs Bangladesh: 10 October – from 10.30 am
- Pakistan Vs Sri Lanka: 10 October – 2.00 pm
- Australia Vs South Africa: October 12 – from 2.00 pm
- New Zealand Vs Bangladesh: October 13 – from 2.00 pm
- India Vs Pakistan: October 14 – from 2.00 pm
- England Vs Afghanistan: 15 October – from 2.00 pm
- Australia Vs Bangladesh: November 11 – from 10.30 am
- England Vs Pakistan: November 11 – from 2.00 pm
- India Vs Netherlands: November 12 – from 2.00 pm
Indian team full schedule
8 October vs Australia, Chennai
11 October vs Afghanistan Delhi
14 October vs Pakistan, Ahmedabad
19 October vs Bangladesh, Pune
22 October vs New Zealand, Dharamsala
29 October vs England, Lucknow
2 November vs Sri Lanka, Mumbai
5 November v South Africa, Kolkata
12 November vs Netherlands, Bengaluru
Practice matches and tournament venues
There will be a total of 12 venues including practice matches during the World Cup. These are Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Dharamshala, Delhi, Chennai, Lucknow, Pune, Bengaluru, Mumbai and Kolkata. Apart from Hyderabad, Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram will host practice matches from September 29 to October 3.