The 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup matches will begin on the 5th of October 2023. Here are the detailed warm-up matches and schedule for the 2023 ICC Cricket World Cup.
On October 5th, New Zealand will face England at Narendra Modi stadium. The Narendra Modi stadium is a 134,000 seater stadium.
There will be numerous warm-up matches to prepares the captains and coaches ahead of the ICC cricket world cup. The squad lists for the ICC Cricket World Cup will be released on the 28th of September 2023.
The ICC Cricket World Cup will be held in India, and this is a good time for coaches to prepare their team very well.
The warm-up matched ahead of the start of the ICC Cricket World Cup will be held in Guwahati, India, Hyderabad, and Thiruvananthapuram from 29th September to 3rd October 2023.
These are the confirmed dates and venues for the warm-up matches.
All the teams that will be participating in the ICC World Cup, will participate in the warm-up matches, which are scheduled to begin from September 29th to October 3rd.
10 teams will be participating in the matches, and they are, England, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Australia, Netherlands, India, South Africa, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan.
All these ten teams will have two warm-up matches each ahead of the start of the ICC Cricket World Cup.
How Many ‘Over’ Games Will Be Played?
All the warm-up matches will consist of 50-over games. All the teams will be allowed to use their best XI in this warm-up matches.
Friday, 29th September
Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh (8:30 am GMT and 9:30am BST)
Afghanistan vs South Africa (8:30 am GMT and 9:30am BST)
Pakistan vs New Zealand (8:30 am GMT and 9:30am BST)
Monday, October 2nd
Bangladesh vs England (8:30 am GMT and 9:30am BST)
South Africa vs New Zealand (8:30 am GMT and 9:30am BST)
Tuesday 3rd October
Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka (8:30 am GMT and 9:30am BST)
Australia vs Pakistan (8:30 am GMT and 9:30am BST)
Netherlands vs India (8:30 am GMT and 9:30am BST)