2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Full Schedule

The 46-day World Cup has a total of 48 matches including 2 semi-finals and a final match.

The complete schedule of ICC ODI World Cup 2023 has been officially released. The matches will be held from October 5 to November 19 in 10 cities across India. In this World Cup of 10 teams, each team will play 1 match against each other; A team will get a total of 9 matches. The 46-day World Cup has a total of 48 matches including 2 semi-finals and a final match. The complete schedule of 2023 ICC World Cup is mentioned in the table below.

The complete schedule of 2023 ODI World Cup has been published

2023 ICC World Cup Complete Fixtures

October 5 England-New ZealandAhmedabad 
October 6Netherlands – PakistanHyderabad
October 7Bangladesh-AfghanistanDharamshala
October 7 South Africa – Sri LankaDelhi 
October 8India-Australia Chennai
October 9 New Zealand – Netherlands Hyderabad
October 10 Bangladesh – EnglandDharamshala 
October 11India-AfghanistanDelhi
12 OctoberPakistan – Sri LankaHyderabad 
13 OctoberAustralia – South AfricaLucknow 
14 OctoberBangladesh-New ZealandChennai
14 October England – AfghanistanDelhi
15 OctoberIndia-PakistanAhmedabad 
October 16 Australia – Sri LankaLucknow
October 17South Africa – NetherlandsDharamshala
18 OctoberNew Zealand-AfghanistanChennai
19 OctoberIndia-BangladeshPune 
20 October Australia-PakistanBangalore
21 OctoberEngland – South AfricaMumbai
21 October Netherlands – Sri LankaLucknow
22 OctoberIndia-New ZealandDharamshala
23 OctoberPakistan-AfghanistanChennai
24 October Bangladesh – South AfricaMumbai
25 OctoberAustralia – NetherlandsDelhi
26 OctoberEngland – Sri LankaBangalore
October 27 Pakistan-South AfricaChennai
28 OctoberBangladesh – NetherlandsKolkata
28 OctoberAustralia – New ZealandDharamshala 
29 October India-EnglandLucknow 
30 OctoberAfghanistan – Sri LankaPune
31 OctoberBangladesh-PakistanKolkata 
November 1New Zealand-South AfricaPune
November 2 India – Sri LankaMumbai
November 3Afghanistan – NetherlandsLucknow
November 4England-AustraliaAhmedabad 
November 4New Zealand-PakistanBangalore
5 NovemberIndia – South AfricaKolkata
November 6Bangladesh – Sri LankaDelhi
November 7Australia – AfghanistanMumbai
November 8England – NetherlandsPune
November 9New Zealand – Sri LankaBangalore 
10 NovemberSouth Africa – AfghanistanAhmedabad
November 11India – NetherlandsBanuygalore
12 NovemberEngland – PakistanKolkata
12 NovemberBangladesh-AustraliaPune (Day Match)
15 NovemberFirst Semi-Final (1st Team vs 4th Team in League Stage)Mumbai
16 November2nd Semi-Final (League Stage 2nd Team vs 3rd Team)Kolkata
19 NovemberFinal (Winner of 1st Semi-Final vs Winner of 2nd Semi-Final)Ahmedabad
2023 ICC World Cup Complete Schedule

Warmup matches

The teams will also play warm-up matches in Tribandam, Guwahati and Hyderabad from September 29 to October 3.

Cite this article as: Team MRM (June 28, 2023). "2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Full Schedule." in Domain of Mizanur R Mizan. https://www.mizanurrmizan.info/2023-icc-cricket-world-cup-full-schedule/.


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