Ten competing teams will compete for 50-over supremacy in the first Cricket World Cup to be hosted entirely in India.
There will be 48 matches played in the 13th season of the quadrennial One Day International (ODI) competition, which will follow the same format as the previous edition.
The outbreak of Covid required an extension as qualification events were postponed due to cricket’s jam-packed season, which was initially slated for early in 2023.
England cricket will be striving for another great performance after winning their first men’s World Cup on home soil in 2019, but they will face stiff competition from the hosts India, Australia, New Zealand, and Pakistan.
Here is all the information you require:
When and where is the 2023 Cricket World Cup?
India will host the Cricket World Cup in 2023. The tournament will begin on October 5 and end on Sunday, November 19, accordingly.
How do You watch it?
All of the World Cup action will be available to viewers in the UK on Sky Sports, which will provide in-depth coverage of the tournament. Sky Go subscribers can stream games.
Who will be competing?
- India (hosts)
- New Zealand
- Sri Lanka
- South Africa
Which cities will host the tournament?
Delhi, Lucknow, Dharamsala, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Mumbai, Pune, Kolkata, and Ahmedabad
What format is it in?
The top four teams after each side has played nine games advance to the semi-finals. The ten competing teams will compete in a round-robin format.
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