ICC reveals World Cup warm-up matches schedule

ICC reveals World Cup 2023 warm-up matches schedule

The official World Cup warm-up matches for each of the 10 teams competing in the ICC 2023 have been released.


However, Following the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) announcement of the schedule for the 2023 ICC World Cup warm-up games, Pakistan will face both New Zealand and Australia.

The games will take place in India’s Guwahati, Thiruvananthapuram, and Hyderabad between September 29 and October 3.

On September 29 in Hyderabad, Pakistan will face Australia in their first warm-up game; two days later, on October 3, Pakistan will play against New Zealand, only two days before the World Cup starts in the same location.

Every match will begin at 2:30 PM Pakistan Standard Time (PST), and each side will be able to use their whole 15-player squad.

ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup warm-up matches :

 29th September :

  • Bangladesh v Sri Lanka (Barsapara Cricket Stadium)
  • South Africa v Afghanistan (Greenfield International Stadium)
  • New Zealand v Pakistan (Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium)

30 September :

  • India v England (Barsapara Cricket Stadium)
  • Australia v Netherlands (Greenfield International Stadium)

 2nd October :

  • England v Bangladesh (Barsapara Cricket Stadium)
  • New Zealand v South Africa (Greenfield International Stadium)

 3rd October :

  • Afghanistan v Sri Lanka (Barsapara Cricket Stadium)
  • India v Netherlands (Greenfield International Stadium)
  • Pakistan v Australia (Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium)

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The good news is that fans may purchase tickets for World Cup warm-up matches online starting on August 25. They may take pleasure in watching the warm-up games of their preferred great players.

All teams will compete against one another for a total of 45 league matches during the round-robin style Cricket World Cup.

The opening match of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 pits reigning champions England against New Zealand on October 5 in Ahmedabad, which will also serve as the site of the championship game on November 19.

ICC reveals World Cup 2023 warm-up matches schedule



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