ODI World Cup 2023 schedule to be revealed on June 27

On June 27, 100 days prior to the impending ODI World Cup, the International Cricket Council (ICC) is planning to reveal the final fixtures. The event is likely to take place from 11:30 am onwards in Mumbai. This will be the first time the ODI World Cup will be exclusively held in India.

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) sent a draft schedule to the participating teams, earlier this month. According to the draft schedule, the first match would be held on October 5. As per the schedule, the opening encounter will be a repeat of the 2019 ODI World Cup finalists as New Zealand would lock horns with defending champions, England.

India’s first match will be on October 8 as they face the mighty Australians, who recently defeated Rohit Sharma’s men in the World Test Championship final. This encounter will potentially be held at Chepauk. The hosts will play nine league matches and all of them will be at different venues.

The highly-anticipated India versus Pakistan clash could be held in Ahmedabad, at the Narendra Modi Stadium. A clash between two arch-rivals at the largest cricket ground in the world is surely going to be a spectacle to behold.