ICC Reveals Updated World Cup 2023 Schedule

The ICC has made revisions to the schedule of the World Cup 2023, involving adjustments in eight matches, including the highly anticipated Pakistan vs India match.

The clash between Pakistan and India is now scheduled for October 14th in Ahmedabad. Consequently, the England vs Afghanistan match will take place on Sunday, October 15th. Fans can expect the Pakistan vs Sri Lanka face-off on October 10th, while Australia will compete against South Africa on October 12th. In the meantime, New Zealand will engage with Bangladesh on October 13th in a day-night contest.

Alterations to match timings have also been revealed. England’s match against Bangladesh will transform into a day game, commencing at 10:30 am (local time), departing from its previous day-night status. Furthermore, India will confront the Netherlands on November 12th in a day-night encounter set in Bengaluru.

Three adjustments have been implemented towards the latter stages of the tournament. The double-header clashes have been rescheduled for November 11th, featuring Australia against Pakistan at 10:30 am and England against Pakistan at 2 pm in Kolkata.

The much-anticipated ICC World Cup 2023 is poised to kick off on October 5th, with England taking on New Zealand at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium. The grand finale is slated for November 19th, 2023, promising an exciting conclusion for cricket enthusiasts.

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