ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule, Fixtures, Time Table, Points Table, ODI Match Dates, Venues, Live Score, and Teams

Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule
Written by Sheikh Umair

Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule – A full schedule of Cricket World Cup 2023 with match dates, timetable, points table and venues in India. Get the latest news, videos, results, live scores, ball-by-ball commentary, and winning predictions.

2023 World Cup Dates10 October 2023 — 26 November 2023 (Anticipated)
CWC ScheduleFull Schedule (Oct-Nov) ⬇️
StandingsCricket World Cup 2023 Points Table
Live ScoresCricket World Cup Live Score⚡ (LIVE)
Total Matches48 (including semi-finals and finals)
Match Format50 Overs (ODI)
Tournament FormatRound-robin and Knockout
Host / VenuesIndia / Multiple Stadiums
TeamsIndia (Qualified) with nine more teams to be confirmed through ICC World Cup Super League and World Cup Qualifier 2022-23

LatestICC Cricket World Cup 2023 Scheduleupdates with complete fixtures, timetable, points table, live score and news. The 2023 World Cup is scheduled for October and November 2023 in India, with ten teams participating in the ICC mega event. The event features ten teams where teams will qualify through the 2020-23 ICC World Cup Super League tournament. For the World Cup, the top seven sides plus the hosts (India) from the thirteen competitors in the Super League will qualify. The remaining five teams and five Associate sides will play in the 2023 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, from which two teams will go through to the final tournament.

Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule & Time Table (By Date)

icc cricket world cup 2023 schedule

ICC has announced the Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule and fixtures dates starting in India in October 2023. A total of 48 matches will be played during the 2023 tournament, with ten teams qualified to play in the main event. The ICC has now announced the full schedule and fixtures of the ICC 2023 World Cup. Each team plays nine matches in the group stage. The top four teams will qualify for the semi-finals and finals based on the group standings. India vs. Pakistan is the most anticipated match during the Cricket World Cup in 2023.

The ICC Cricket World Cup schedule is 40+ days long in October-November (with exact dates to be announced later). England is the defending champion, having won the previous edition of the ICC World Cup.

Cricket World Cup 2023 Match Date & Time

The Cricket World Cup 2023 fixtures schedule shows a list of matches with dates, venues and timing of games in GMT, EST, local or IST (Indian Standard Time) and PKT (Pakistan local time). Use the search below to filter matches by venues, countries or timings:

Updated 8/11/2022:ICC Cricket World Schedule 2023 has not been finalized yet. It will be released in the first month of the year. Please keep this page bookmarked and subscribe to free alerts for real-time updates.

S.No.FixturesDate and time
1England vs South AfricaOct – NovIndia
2West Indies vs PakistanOct – NovIndia
3New Zealand vs Sri LankaOct – NovIndia
4Afghanistan vs AustraliaOct – NovIndia
5South Africa vs BangladeshOct – NovIndia
6England vs PakistanOct – NovIndia
7Afghanistan vs Sri LankaOct – NovIndia
8South Africa vs IndiaOct – NovIndia
9Bangladesh vs New ZealandOct – NovIndia
10Australia vs West IndiesOct – NovIndia
11Pakistan vs Sri LankaOct – NovIndia
12England vs BangladeshOct – NovIndia
13Afghanistan vs New ZealandOct – NovIndia
14India vs AustraliaOct – NovIndia
15South Africa vs West IndiesOct – NovIndia
16Bangladesh vs Sri LankaOct – NovIndia
17Australia vs PakistanOct – NovIndia
18India vs New ZealandOct – NovIndia
19England vs West IndiesOct – NovIndia
20Sri Lanka vs AustraliaOct – NovIndia
21South Africa vs AfghanistanOct – NovIndia
22India vs PakistanOct – NovIndia
23West Indies vs BangladeshOct – NovIndia
24England vs AfghanistanOct – NovIndia
25New Zealand vs South AfricaOct – NovIndia
26Australia vs BangladeshOct – NovIndia
27England vs Sri LankaOct – NovIndia
28India vs AfghanistanOct – NovIndia
29West Indies vs New ZealandOct – NovIndia
30Pakistan vs South AfricaOct – NovIndia
31Bangladesh vs AfghanistanOct – NovIndia
32England vs AustraliaOct – NovIndia
33New Zealand vs PakistanOct – NovIndia
34West Indies vs IndiaOct – NovIndia
35Sri Lanka vs South AfricaOct – NovIndia
36Pakistan vs AfghanistanOct – NovIndia
37New Zealand vs AustraliaOct – NovIndia
38England vs IndiaOct – NovIndia
39Sri Lanka vs West IndiesOct – NovIndia
40India vs BangladeshOct – NovIndia
41England vs New ZealandOct – NovIndia
42Afghanistan vs West IndiesOct – NovIndia
43Pakistan vs BangladeshOct – NovIndia
44Sri Lanka vs IndiaOct – NovIndia
45Australia vs South AfricaOct – NovIndia
46TBC vs TBC 1st SemifinalNovemberIndia
47TBC vs TBC 2nd SemifinalNovemberIndia
48TBC vs TBC FinalNovemberIndia
Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule

Cricket World 2022 Points Table / Standings

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Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule

India, as a host, is automatically qualified. The other 9 teams will qualify for the ICC World Cup 2023 based on World Cup Super League (2020 – 2023)(See current standings)

Cricket World Cup 2023 – Coverage

Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule

The Cricket World Cup in 2023 is set to start on 10th October and be hosted by India. There are 48 matches to be played, including four quarter-finals amongst the top 8 teams, two semi-finals, and a final on Sunday last week of November. A total of 10 teams will play nine matches each. Pakistan and India start their World Cup campaign soon after the tournament begins in India.

You can get the schedule of the 2023 World Cup with match details and timings in IST, PKT, EST and GMT timing along with venues or follow the points table of the Cricket World Cup for team standings during pool stages. offers live scores of the World Cup and match updates with match reports, commentary, photo galleries and videos of the upcoming world cup 2023..

World Cup History

The ICC Cricket World Cup is the premier international championship of men’s One Day International (ODI) cricket. The event is organized by the sport’s governing body, the International Cricket Council (ICC), with preliminary qualification rounds leading up to a finals tournament held every four years. The tournament is the world’s fourth-largest and fourth-most-viewed sporting event. According to the ICC, it is the most important tournament and the pinnacle of achievement in the sport. The first Cricket World Cup contest was organized in England in 1975.

The finals of the Cricket World Cup are contested by all ten Test-playing and ODI-playing nations, together with other nations that qualify through the World Cup Qualifier. Australia has been the most successful of the five teams to have won the tournament, taking four titles. The West Indies and India have won twice, while Pakistan and Sri Lanka have each won once.

Previous World Cups

After a thrilling end to the 2011 Cricket World Cup, won by India and the legendary Sachin Tendulkar, the 2015 Cricket World Cup is almost upon us. Australia and New Zealand will jointly host it. The tournament will be held from the 14th of February to the 29th of March, 2015. It is the second time the two countries have hosted the event together, having previously done so in 1992, with Pakistan overcoming England in the final.

There will be 14 teams starting the tournament, each with previous experience of playing in a world cup, except for Afghanistan, who will be participating for the first time.

Join hosts Australia, the most prosperous country in the history of the world cup, having won it on 4 different occasions. The West Indies and India both have 2 victories each, with Sri Lanka and Pakistan have won the event once each. Interestingly, New Zealand has made it through to 6 semi-finals but has never made it through to the final match, whereas England has made it to 3 finals but has lost all of them. Individual records include the highest total amount of runs scored, which is held by Sachin Tendulkar and the highest total wickets taken, currently held by Glenn McGrath of Australia, with both players having now retired. The highest individual score held by a batsman is 188, not out, scored by South African Gary Kirsten in 1996.

The tournament format in 2015 is the same as in 2011, with the 14 teams split into two groups of 7 and playing each other team within the group once. The top 4 teams then progress to the quarter-final stage, where the knock-out section of the event begins, with the 4 winners progressing to the semi-finals, and then the 2 winners of those matches move on to contest the final.

In total, 26 matches will be hosted in Australia, 23 in New Zealand, and the final in Melbourne, with Auckland and Sydney hosting one semi-final each. Australia is such a vast country so that each venue could be subject to differing conditions. Still, the tournament is being held towards the end of the Australian summer and into the start of autumn, making some venues slightly more relaxed than they would have been in the middle of summer.

The warmest months in New Zealand tend to be between December and February; therefore, expect some evening games to be slightly chilly as autumn starts to set in. Not all the venues in Australia and New Zealand will provide the typical conditions expected in these countries, with 4 of them using drop-in wickets, which usually lack pace and carry and are all very similar.

One of the most eagerly anticipated matches of the 2015 Cricket World Cup takes place on only the second day of the tournament when India meets Pakistan at the Adelaide Oval in what will be the event’s first match for both teams. India and Pakistan have met five times in world cup history, and each time the Indian team has managed to come out on top, with their most recent victory coming in 2011 in a thrilling semi-final, one always remembered for the 85 runs scored by Tendulkar.

The draw for the tournament has created huge excitement in India and Pakistan, and with special fan sections available at the venue for the match, tickets have sold out fast. The arrival of the world cup trophy in Pakistan in September this year helped to create belief and optimism in the country, and captain Misbah-ul-Haq commented on what it would mean to the people of Pakistan if the team could successfully bring the trophy back to the country as winners.

This will probably be the final major cricket tournament for many Pakistan team members, such as Saeed Ajmal, Shahid Afridi and the captain Misbah-ul-Haq. The team should not have a problem making the quarter-final stage, whatever the result in the opening group match, but from there, it will all depend on the luck of the draw, with a meeting against Sri Lanka a distinct possibility. If this is the case, there is no reason why the Pakistan team can not make it to the semi-final; anything can happen from there.

Pakistan also has fond memories of the last time the event was held in Australia and New Zealand, going on to win their only world cup to date. As far as India is concerned, they have the pressure of coming in as defending champions but boast a formidable batting line-up that is capable of taking a match away from any team. This could be the final world cup tournament in the career of Mahindra Singh Dhoni, and he will want to go out in style, with his team retaining the trophy, their fate may rest on the performance of their fast bowlers, who will need to be at their very best.

Other teams to look for include the host nation Australia and a dangerous-looking, well-balanced South Africa team, with India and Pakistan likely to have to beat at least one of these teams to go on and win the tournament.

Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule

2027South Africa
2019Lord’s, LondonEnglandEngland won on boundary count after the super over vs New Zealand
2015Melbourne Cricket GroundAustraliaAustralia won by 7 wickets vs New Zealand
2011Wankhede Stadium, MumbaiIndiaIndia won by 6 wickets vs Sri Lanka
2007Kensington Oval, BridgetownAustraliaAustralia won by 53 runs(D/L)vs Sri Lanka
2003Wanderers Stadium, JohannesburgAustraliaAustralia won by 125 runs vs India
1999Lord’s, LondonAustraliaAustralia won by 8 wickets vs Pakistan
1996Gaddafi Stadium, LahoreSri LankaSri Lanka won by 7 wickets vs Australia
1992Melbourne Cricket GroundPakistanPakistan won by 22 runs vs England
1987Eden Gardens, KolkataAustraliaAustralia won by 7 runs vs England
1983Lord’s, LondonIndiaIndia won by 43 runs vs West Indies
1979Lord’s, LondonWest IndiesWest Indies won by 92 runs vs England
1975Lord’s, LondonWest IndiesWest Indies won by 17 runs vs Australia

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2023 Cricket World Cup Schedule FAQs

When will the Cricket World Cup 2023 begin?

ICC has confirmed that the 2023 World Cup will be hosted in India. Anticipated dates for the league are October 10 to November 26, 2023.

How many teams will participate in the 2023 tournament this year?

A total of 10 teams are participating in the 2023 Cricket World Cup tournament. India is the first team to have qualified (automatically as a host). Other teams will qualify through ICC World Super League.

Who is hosting the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2023?

India is hosting this year’s ICC Cricket World Cup event.

Cricket World Cup 2023 Schedule?

The Cricket World Cup is scheduled to begin as early as October 10, with the final on November 26 in India. Please see the 2023 World Cup schedule page for complete details about venues and the timing of all matches.

How many matches will be played in the 2023 CWC?

48 matches will be played during ICC World Cup 2023 edition. This also includes two semi-finals and a final match.

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