Insights and Schedule of Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023

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ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2023
ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2023. Adapted from its official website.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule, Team, Venue, Time Table

The first match of the Cricket World Cup took place in 1975 in England. England hosted the first three Cricket World Cups. Australia is the team that has won the World Cup the most, 5 times. India and West Indies are two-time winners; the rest, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and England, are one-time winners. India won the Cricket World Cup for the first time in 1983 against two-time consecutive champion West Indies, and for the second time, India won the title in 2011 against Sri Lanka.

The most recent World Cup was in 2019 and England won the World Cup. After 4 years, this means that in 2023, this tournament will be held in India. The World Cup opening match will take place on October 5, 2023, at Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. Narendra Modi Stadium will see the final winner on November 19, 2023. 

Time Table of ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 (Schedule)

  Dates  DaysTime (Indian Standard Time) 24 hours format  Venue  Fixture
Oct 5Thursday14:00Narendra Modi Stadium, AhmedabadENGLAND VS. NEW ZEALAND
Oct 6Friday14:00Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, HyderabadPAKISTAN VS. NETHERLANDS
Oct 7Saturday10: 30Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, DharamsalaBANGLADESH VS. AFGHANISTAN
Oct 7Saturday14:00Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi  SOUTH AFRICA VS. SRI LANKA
Oct 8Sunday14:00MA Chidambaram, ChennaiINDIA VS. AUSTRALIA
Oct 9Monday14:00Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, HyderabadNEW VS. ZEALAND NETHERLANDS
Oct 10Tuesday10: 30Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, DharamsalaENGLAND VS. BANGLADESH
Oct 10Tuesday14:00Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, HyderabadPAKISTAN VS. SRI LANKA
Oct 11Wednesday14:00Arun Jaitley Stadium, DelhiINDIA VS. AFGHANISTAN
Oct 12Thursday14:00Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpai Ekana Cricket Stadium, LucknowAUSTRALIA VS. SOUTH AFRICA
Oct 13Friday14:00MA Chidambaram, ChennaiNEW ZEALAND V BANGLADESH
Oct 14Saturday14:00Narendra Modi Stadium, AhmedabadINDIA VS. PAKISTAN
Oct 15Sunday14:00Arun Jaitley Stadium, DelhiNEW ZEALAND VS. BANGLADESH
Oct 16Monday14:00Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpai Ekana Cricket Stadium, LucknowAUSTRALIA VS. SRI LANKA
Oct 17Tuesday14:00Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, DharamsalaSOUTH AFRICA VS. NETHERLANDS
Oct 18Wednesday14:00MA Chidambaram, ChennaiNEW ZEALAND VS. AFGHANISTAN
Oct 19Thursday14:00Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, PuneINDIA VS. BANGLADESH
Oct 20Friday14:00M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, BengaluruAUSTRALIA VS. PAKISTAN
Oct 21Saturday10:30Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpai Ekana Cricket Stadium, LucknowNETHERLANDS VS. SRI LANKA
Oct 21Saturday14:00Wankhede Stadium, MumbaiENGLAND VS. SOUTH AFRICA
Oct 22Sunday14:00Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, DharamsalaINDIA VS. NEW ZEALAND
Oct 23Monday14:00MA Chidambaram, ChennaiPAKISTAN VS. AFGHANISTAN
Oct 24Tuesday14:00Wankhede Stadium, MumbaiSOUTH AFRICA VS. BANGLADESH
Oct 25Wednesday14:00Arun Jaitley Stadium, DelhiAUSTRALIA VS. NETHERLANDS
Oct 26Thursday14:00M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, BengaluruENGLAND VS. SRI LANKA
Oct 27Friday14:00MA Chidambaram, ChennaiPAKISTAN VS. SOUTH AFRICA
Oct 28Saturday10:30Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, DharamsalaAUSTRALIA VS. NEW ZEALAND
Oct 28Saturday14:00Eden Gardens, KolkataNETHERLANDS VS. BANGLADESH
Oct 29Sunday14:00Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpai Ekana Cricket Stadium, LucknowINDIA VS. ENGLAND
Oct 30Monday14:00Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, PuneAFGHANISTAN VS. SRI LANKA
Oct 31Tuesday14:00Eden Gardens, KolkataPAKISTAN VS. BANGLADESH
Nov 1Wednesday14:00Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, PuneNEW ZEALAND VS. SOUTH AFRICA
Nov 2Thursday14:00Wankhede Stadium, MumbaiINDIA VS. SRI LANKA
Nov 3Friday14:00Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpai Ekana Cricket Stadium, LucknowNETHERLANDS VS. AFGHANISTAN
Nov 4Saturday10:30M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, BengaluruNEW ZEALAND VS. PAKISTAN
Nov 4Saturday14:00Narendra Modi Stadium, AhmedabadENGLAND VS. AUSTRALIA
Nov 5Sunday14:00Eden Gardens, KolkataINDIA VS. SOUTH AFRICA
Nov 6Monday14:00Arun Jaitley Stadium, DelhiBANGLADESH VS. SRI LANKA
Nov 7Tuesday14:00Wankhede Stadium, MumbaiAUSTRALIA VS. AFGHANISTAN
Nov 8Wednesday14:00Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, PuneENGLAND VS. NETHERLANDS
Nov 9Thursday14:00M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, BengaluruNEW ZEALAND VS. SRI LANKA
Nov 10Friday14:00Narendra Modi Stadium, AhmedabadSOUTH AFRICA VS. AFGHANISTAN
Nov 11Saturday10:30Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, PuneAUSTRALIA VS. BANGLADESH
Nov 11Saturday14:00Eden Gardens, KolkataENGLAND VS. PAKISTAN
Nov 12Sunday14:00M. Chinnaswamy Stadium, BengaluruINDIA VS. NETHERLANDS
Nov 15Wednesday14:00Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai1ST PLACE VS. 4TH PLACE
Nov 16Thursday14:00Eden Gardens, Kolkata2ND PLACE VS. 3RD PLACE
Nov 19Sunday14:00Narendra Modi Stadium, AhmedabadWINNER OF SEMI-FINAL 1 MEN WINNER OF SEMI-FINAL 2 MEN
Oct- October; Nov-November. ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule, Team, Venue, Time Table. Source: Official ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 Website

Insights of Cricket World Cup Trophy 2023

The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Trophy will travel to 18 countries starting from June 27, 2023, including Kuwait, Bahrain, Malaysia, USA, Nigeria, Uganda, France, Italy and host country India.  

Male mascot ICC Men's Cricket World Cup
Male mascot ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup. Adapted from the official website.

Name of Teams of ICC Cricket World Cup 2023

A total of 10 countries will participate in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. Participating and qualified teams for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup are as follows:

  1. India
  2. Australia
  3. South Africa
  4. England
  5. New Zealand
  6. Pakistan
  7. Sri Lanka
  8. Bangladesh
  9. Netherlands
  10. Afghanistan

It is unfortunate to know that West Indies could not qualify in 2023 to play in Men’s World Cup 2023. 05 teams from the Asian continent, each 2 are from the European and Australian continents, and 1 team from the South African continent have qualified.

Grouping of Teams for Cricket World Cup 2023

There is no group in the 2023 Cricket World Cup. Each team play will play nine matches.

Places, city and grounds for ICC Men’s World Cup 2023

Only 10 grounds have been selected for the successful organization of this World Cup 2023, belonging to 10 cities and 9 states of India.

Full fixtures of Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023

Female mascot ICC Men's Cricket World Cup
Female mascot ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup. Adapted from the official website.

Group stage

October 5 2023 – England vs New Zealand

October 6 2023 – Pakistan vs Netherlands

October 7 2023 – Bangladesh vs Afghanistan

October 7 2023 – South Africa vs Sri Lanka

October 8 2023 – India vs Australia

October 9 2023 – New Zealand vs Netherlands

October 10 2023 – England vs Bangladesh

October 10 2023 – Pakistan vs Sri Lanka

October 11 2023 – India vs Afghanistan

October 12 2023 – Australia vs South Africa

October 13 2023 – New Zealand vs Bangladesh

October 14 2023 – India vs Pakistan

October 15 2023 – England vs Afghanistan

October 16 2023 – Australia vs Sri Lanka

October 17 2023 – South Africa vs Netherlands

October 18 2023 – New Zealand vs Afghanistan

October 19 2023 – India vs Bangladesh

October 20 2023 – Australia vs Pakistan

October 21 2023 – Netherlands vs Sri Lanka

October 21 2023 – England vs South Africa

October 22 2023 – India vs New Zealand

October 23 2023 – Pakistan vs Afghanistan

October 24 2023 – South Africa v Bangladesh

October 25 2023 – Australia vs Netherlands

October 26 2023 – England vs Sri Lanka

October 27 2023 – Pakistan vs South Africa

October 28 2023 – Australia vs New Zealand

October 28 2023 – Netherlands vs Bangladesh

October 29 2023 – India vs England

October 30 2023- Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka

October 31 2023 – Pakistan vs Bangladesh

November 1 2023 – New Zealand vs South Africa

November 2 2023 – India vs Sri Lanka

November 3 2023 – Netherlands vs Afghanistan

November 4 2023 – New Zealand vs Pakistan

November 4 2023 – England vs Australia

November 5 2023 – India vs South Africa

November 6 2023 – Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

November 7 2023 – Australia vs Afghanistan

November 8 2023 – England vs Netherlands

November 9 2023 – New Zealand vs Sri Lanka

November 10 2023 – South Africa vs Afghanistan

November 11 2023 – Australia vs Bangladesh

November 11 2023 – England vs Pakistan

November 12 2023 – India vs Netherlands

Semifinal and Finals

November 15 2023 – First semi-final

November 16 2023 – Second semi-final

November 19 2023 – Final

Online Ticket Booking of ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023

It is 3 step-by-step process to book online tickets for ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023.

  1. Visit BookMyShow
  2. On this webpage, select the Team or country
  3. On the next page, select the match/fixture for which you wish to book an online ticket for Cricket World Cup 2023.

Men’s Cricket World Cup Winners

  • (1975 and 1979)-The first and the second Men’s Cricket World Cup champion was West Indies in 1975 & and 1979 under the Clive Lloyd captainship.
  • (1983 and 2011)-The third and tenth Men’s Cricket World Cup champion was India in 1983 and 2011, under Kapil Dev and Mahendra Singh Dhoni captainship, respectively.
  • (1987, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015)-Australia has five World Cup victories and is the most successful country. Australia got the title in 1987; Allan Border was captain. In 1999, Steve Waugh; in 2003 and 2007, Ricky Ponting; and in 2015, Michael Clarke was the team captain.
  • (1992)-The fifth Men’s Cricket World Cup champion was Pakistan in 1992 under Imran Khan’s captainship.
  • (1996)-The Sixth Men’s Cricket World Cup champion was Sri Lanka in 1996 under Arjuna Ranatunga’s captainship.
  • (2019)-The 12th Men’s Cricket World Cup champion was England in 2019 under Eoin Morgan’s captainship.

World Cup 2023 warm-up fixtures

ICC ODI Men’s Cricket World Cup warm-up fixtures are announced and details of these may be found on official website of World Cup 2023

Also Read: Full Fixtures of ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023: Team Wise Match Schedule

FAQs

How many teams have qualified for Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023?

A total 10 teams have qualified for the Men’s ICC Cricket World Cup, namely India, Australia, South Africa, England, New Zealand, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Netherlands and Afghanistan. Probably, it is the first time that the West Indies could not qualify for the Men’s Cricket World Cup.

How many groups are in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023?

There are no groups of teams in the 2023 Cricket World Cup. Each team played will play nine matches.

Who is the Official broadcaster of ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023?

Star Sports owns the broadcast and digital rights to the ICC Cricket ODI World Cup 2023 after getting the rights to all ICC events between 2015 and 2023. 

Who is the Official broadcaster of Team India Matches?

The answer is Viacom18 and it will broadcast home matches of Team India.

Where can I see the ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023 Live Score?

Live Scores of ODI Cricket World Cup 2023 can be seen on Star Sports, Hot Star, CrickBuzz, Google, Yahoo, Rediff, and several Apps available worldwide.

What are the Dates of the ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023?

ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023 is being organized in India from October 5, 2023, to November 19, 2023. 

How to book the online ticket for ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup 2023?

ICC Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup ticket can be booked through BookMyShow

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