ICC ODI World Cup 2023: The 2023 ODI World Cup is slated for October and November 2023 in India, with ten teams hustling for the ICC prestigious trophy in the ICC mega event. The last time India hosted the ICC ODI World Cup was in 2011 when the hosts ultimately won the tournament. After 12 long years, India has been given the opportunity to host the ODI World Cup, so let’s see if we can bring back the cup. This article will lead you through ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule, Teams and Full Squads, Venues, Timing, Tickets, Points table, and more.
The reigning ICC World Cup champions, England, defeated New Zealand in a dramatic super-over after the game was tied to claim victory. The tournament was hosted in England in 2019. It’s noteworthy that England and New Zealand both had equal super-over scores. Nevertheless, the former team was crowned as the winner based on the total number of boundaries. New Zealand has only scored 17 boundaries, compared to England’s 26.
India won the last ICC trophy ‘The ICC Champions trophy’ back in 2013 under the leadership of legend Mahendra Singh Dhoni. After that, the Men In Blue, however, played exceptionally well but never came out as winners in any of the ICC tournaments even after reaching the finals or semi-finals.
Let’s take a look at the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule, Teams and Full Squads, Venues, Timing, Tickets, Points table, and more:
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ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule and Venues
The ODI World Cup in 2023 is anticipated to begin on October 5 and end on November 19. Also, it is reported that the BCCI, which is hosting the showpiece 10-team event, has whittled down its options to at least a dozen venues, with the world’s largest cricket stadium in Ahmedabad serving as the host for the title fight.
Apart from Ahmedabad, the shortlist also includes Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Dharamsala, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Indore, and Rajkot. Over the course of the 46-day competition, 48 matches, including three knockout rounds, will be played.
|SL. No||Stadium name||City|
|3||Arun Jaitley Stadium||Delhi|
|6||Narendra Modi Stadium||Ahmedabad|
|8||Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium||Hyderabad|
The ICC typically releases the schedules for the World Cup at least a year in advance, however, this time it has also been expecting for the BCCI to receive the required approvals from the Indian government. This involves two major concerns: obtaining a tax exemption for the event and securing visa permission for the Pakistani team, which hasn’t competed in India since early 2013 outside of ICC matches.
ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Teams and Squads
The ICC World Cup in 2023 will include a total of 10 teams. India will receive the benefit of automatic qualification to the marquee event as the host nation. Along with India, the top seven sides in the ICC World Cup 2023 Super League Points Table will automatically qualify for the ODI World Cup.
The remaining two participants will qualify after the conclusion of Cricket World Cup Qualifiers 2023. The schedule for World Cup Qualifiers 2023 tournament is out and it will include the bottom 4 teams of the Super League Points table and 4 associate nations. The two teams leading the table at the end of the World Cup Qualifiers Tournament will feature in the ICC ODI World Cup 2023.
Till now, no updates are there about squads for the 2023 ICC ODI World Cup. We will make the updates here as soon as the news is up there.
ICC World Cup 2023 Super League Points Table
ICC ODI World Cup 2023: Ticket booking
On the BookMyShow website, individuals can buy tickets. The tickets really aren’t officially released by the officials. Keep coming back to this page to learn more about ticket purchasing. Moreover, fans can purchase tickets by following the guidelines below.
Step 1- Visit the official portal of BookMyShow and search for ICC World Cup 2023 and tap on it.
Step 2- Click on book now and select the number of tickets.
Step 3- Proceed through the payment gateway & complete the payment.
Step 4- Click download and the e-tickets will be downloaded into your device.
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