The ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 is set to take place in India during October and November of that year, with ten teams competing in the tournament. Teams will earn their spot in the World Cup through the 2020-23 ICC World Cup Super League, with the top seven teams (plus the host nation, India) from the 13 teams in the Super League qualifying automatically. The remaining five teams, along with five Associate sides, will participate in the 2023 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, from which two teams will advance to the main tournament. Fans can stay up-to-date on the latest World Cup schedule, including fixtures, time tables, points tables, live scores, and news.
Cricket World Cup 2023
The ICC has released the schedule and fixtures for the upcoming Cricket World Cup 2023, which will take place in India starting in October of that year. The tournament will consist of 48 matches and feature 10 qualified teams. Each team will play nine matches during the group stage, with the top four teams advancing to the semi-finals and finals based on group standings. Of all the matches, the India vs Pakistan game is the most highly anticipated. The event will span over 40 days during the October-November period, with the exact dates to be announced at a later time. The current title holder is England, having emerged victorious in the previous edition of the ICC World Cup.
ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League – Standings
|1||New Zealand (Q)||21||14||5||0||2||150||0.697|
|2||India (hosts) (Q)||21||13||6||0||2||139||0.782|
The schedule for the Cricket World Cup 2023 fixtures has been announced, detailing all match dates, venues, and timings in various time zones including GMT, EST, local time, and Indian Standard Time (IST) and Pakistan local time (PKT). To make it easier for fans, a search function is available to filter matches by venues, countries, or timings. The likely dates for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 are between October 5 and November 19, with the full schedule set to be released next month. So far, confirmed venues for the tournament include Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Bengaluru, Chennai, Dharamsala, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Lucknow, Indore, Rajkot, and Ahmedabad. It is confirmed that India will be the host nation for the event during the months of October and November. For real-time updates, fans can bookmark this page and subscribe to free alerts.
ICC World Cup 2023 Time Table, Schedule, Venue
|S.No.||Fixtures||Date and time|
(IST / EST / PKT / GMT)
|1||England vs South Africa||Oct 5, Thu (Anticipated)||India|
|2||West Indies vs Pakistan||Oct – Nov||India|
|3||New Zealand vs Sri Lanka||Oct – Nov||India|
|4||Afghanistan vs Australia||Oct – Nov||India|
|5||South Africa vs Bangladesh||Oct – Nov||India|
|6||England vs Pakistan||Oct – Nov||India|
|7||Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka||Oct – Nov||India|
|8||South Africa vs India||Oct – Nov||India|
|9||Bangladesh vs New Zealand||Oct – Nov||India|
|10||Australia vs West Indies||Oct – Nov||India|
|11||Pakistan vs Sri Lanka||Oct – Nov||India|
|12||England vs Bangladesh||Oct – Nov||India|
|13||Afghanistan vs New Zealand||Oct – Nov||India|
|14||India vs Australia||Oct – Nov||India|
|15||South Africa vs West Indies||Oct – Nov||India|
|16||Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka||Oct – Nov||India|
|17||Australia vs Pakistan||Oct – Nov||India|
|18||India vs New Zealand||Oct – Nov||India|
|19||England vs West Indies||Oct – Nov||India|
|20||Sri Lanka vs Australia||Oct – Nov||India|
|21||South Africa vs Afghanistan||Oct – Nov||India|
|22||India vs Pakistan||Oct – Nov||India|
|23||West Indies vs Bangladesh||Oct – Nov||India|
|24||England vs Afghanistan||Oct – Nov||India|
|25||New Zealand vs South Africa||Oct – Nov||India|
|26||Australia vs Bangladesh||Oct – Nov||India|
|27||England vs Sri Lanka||Oct – Nov||India|
|28||India vs Afghanistan||Oct – Nov||India|
|29||West Indies vs New Zealand||Oct – Nov||India|
|30||Pakistan vs South Africa||Oct – Nov||India|
|31||Bangladesh vs Afghanistan||Oct – Nov||India|
|32||England vs Australia||Oct – Nov||India|
|33||New Zealand vs Pakistan||Oct – Nov||India|
|34||West Indies vs India||Oct – Nov||India|
|35||Sri Lanka vs South Africa||Oct – Nov||India|
|36||Pakistan vs Afghanistan||Oct – Nov||India|
|37||New Zealand vs Australia||Oct – Nov||India|
|38||England vs India||Oct – Nov||India|
|39||Sri Lanka vs West Indies||Oct – Nov||India|
|40||India vs Bangladesh||Oct – Nov||India|
|41||England vs New Zealand||Oct – Nov||India|
|42||Afghanistan vs West Indies||Oct – Nov||India|
|43||Pakistan vs Bangladesh||Oct – Nov||India|
|44||Sri Lanka vs India||Oct – Nov||India|
|45||Australia vs South Africa||Oct – Nov||India|
|46||TBC vs TBC 1st Semifinal||November||India|
|47||TBC vs TBC 2nd Semifinal||November||India|
|48||TBC vs TBC Final||Nov 19, Sun||Ahmedabad, India|
Cricket World Cup Schedule Download in PDF
To access complete details for the Cricket World Cup Schedule, there are several options available for users to download the ICC World Cup schedule in various formats for the 13th edition of the tournament in 2023. Jano.com.pk provides a range of options, including downloading the schedule in PDF format or as an image of the fixtures. Fans can also download the Cricket Schedule Mobile App to keep track of each match. Furthermore, fans can set alerts for each match on their mobile devices by adding them to iCal and Google Calendar and setting up alerts before each game. These options make it easy for fans to access the World Cup schedule in a variety of formats and stay updated on all the important dates and match details.
Cricket World 2022 Points Table / Standings
|Team 8 (TBC)||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Team 9 (TBC)||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|Team 10 (TBC)||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
Coverage – Cricket World Cup 2023
The much-anticipated Cricket World Cup 2023 is scheduled to kick off on October 10th in India. The tournament will feature a total of 48 matches, including four quarter-finals among the top eight teams, two semi-finals, and a final scheduled for the last Sunday of November. The event will see 10 teams competing, each playing nine matches. The World Cup will begin with a match between Pakistan and India, adding to the excitement of the tournament.
To stay updated on the World Cup schedule, you can visit jano.com.pk to access match details, timings in IST, PKT, EST, and GMT, along with information on venues. You can also follow the points table for team standings during the pool stages.
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ICC World Cup History
The ICC Cricket World Cup is considered as the most significant championship of men’s One Day International (ODI) cricket, organised by the International Cricket Council (ICC). The tournament features preliminary qualification rounds leading up to the finals tournament, held every four years. It is the fourth-largest and fourth-most-viewed sporting event globally, and the most important tournament in cricket, according to the ICC. The first Cricket World Cup was held in England in 1975.
All ten Test-playing and ODI-playing nations, along with other qualified nations through the World Cup Qualifier, contest the finals of the Cricket World Cup. Australia is the most successful team, having won the tournament four times. The West Indies and India have won twice, while Pakistan and Sri Lanka have each won once.
Previous ICC World Cups
The 2015 Cricket World Cup, hosted jointly by Australia and New Zealand, is set to begin from February 14th to March 29th, following India’s thrilling win in the 2011 World Cup. Fourteen teams will participate, including Afghanistan, who will play their first World Cup. Australia has won the tournament four times, making them the most successful team in the history of the World Cup. The West Indies and India have won twice each, while Sri Lanka and Pakistan have each won once. Although New Zealand has made it to six semi-finals, they have never made it to the final, while England has lost all three of the finals they’ve reached.
Sachin Tendulkar holds the record for the highest number of runs scored in the tournament, while Glenn McGrath of Australia has taken the most wickets. The highest individual score was achieved by South African Gary Kirsten in 1996, scoring 188 not out. The tournament will follow the same format as the 2011 World Cup, with the teams divided into two groups of seven and playing each other once. The top four teams from each group will progress to the quarter-finals, followed by knock-out rounds.
Australia will host 26 matches, while New Zealand will host 23, with the final match taking place in Melbourne. As the tournament takes place towards the end of the Australian summer and start of autumn, the weather may vary between venues. The warmest months in New Zealand are December to February, so evening games may be chilly as autumn sets in. Four of the venues will use drop-in wickets, which usually lack pace and carry, and are similar to each other.
One of the most anticipated matches of the tournament will be between India and Pakistan, which takes place on the second day of the tournament at Adelaide Oval. India has won all five of their previous World Cup meetings against Pakistan, with their most recent victory in the 2011 semi-final. The draw has created excitement in both countries, with tickets for the match selling out quickly. The arrival of the World Cup trophy in Pakistan in September has created optimism for the team, and captain Misbah-ul-Haq hopes to bring the trophy back to the country.
Pakistan’s team, including Saeed Ajmal, Shahid Afridi, and Misbah-ul-Haq, may be participating in their final major cricket tournament. They are expected to make the quarter-finals, and a match against Sri Lanka is a possibility. India, as defending champions, have a strong batting line-up, but their fast bowlers must perform well. Captain Mahindra Singh Dhoni may be playing in his final World Cup tournament, and he hopes to retain the trophy. Host nation Australia and a well-balanced South Africa team are also teams to watch out for in the tournament.
|2019||Lord’s, London||England||England won on boundary count after super over vs New Zealand|
|2015||Melbourne Cricket Ground||Australia||Australia won by 7 wickets vs New Zealand|
|2011||Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai||India||India won by 6 wickets vs Sri Lanka|
|2007||Kensington Oval, Bridgetown||Australia||Australia won by 53 runs (D/L) vs Sri Lanka|
|2003||Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg||Australia||Australia won by 125 runs vs India|
|1999||Lord’s, London||Australia||Australia won by 8 wickets vs Pakistan|
|1996||Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore||Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets vs Australia|
|1992||Melbourne Cricket Ground||Pakistan||Pakistan won by 22 runs vs England|
|1987||Eden Gardens, Kolkata||Australia||Australia won by 7 runs vs England|
|1983||Lord’s, London||India||India won by 43 runs vs West Indies|
|1979||Lord’s, London||West Indies||West Indies won by 92 runs vs England|
|1975||Lord’s, London||West Indies||West Indies won by 17 runs vs Australia|
ICC have confirmed that 2023 World Cup will be hosted in India. Anticipated dates for the league is October 5 till November 19, 2023.
A total of 48 matches will be played during ICC World Cup 2023 edition during 46-days long period. This also includes 2 semi-finals and a final match.
The Cricket World Cup is scheduled to begin as early as October 5 with the final at November 19 in Ahmedabad, India. Please see 2023 World Cup schedule page for complete details about venues and timing of all matches.
India is hosting this year mega event of ICC Cricket World Cup 2023.
A total of 10 teams are participating in the 2023 Cricket World Cup tournament. India is the first team to have qualified (automatically as a host). Six teams including Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, Pakistan and New Zealand are also now qualified. Other three teams will qualify through ICC World Super League.