One of the most popular and watched sports in the world is cricket. During the World Cup, the level of enthusiasm among cricket fans reached a new height. This time, the World Cup 2023 will be held in India. Therefore, the fans of the Indian Cricket Team are looking forward to witnessing the best ODI series ever.

On October 5, 2023, the ODI World Cup will begin. All cricket fans can’t wait to cheer for their national teams and, of course, their favorite players on the ground. The International Cricket Council (ICC) oversees all of the games and their scheduling. The updated schedule for the ODI World Cup 2023 was just released by the ICC. The ICC Men’s World Cup 2023 will take place between October 5 and November 19, 2023. However, some matches’ dates have changed in a few specific ways. The defending champions England and last year’s runners-up New Zealand will square off in the opening game.

Check out the updated Schedule for the ODI World Cup 2023-

Re-Scheduled Matches of ICC World Cup 2023

10th October

England v Bangladesh

(Time has been changed)

10th October

Pakistan vs Sri Lanka

(Previously it was on 12 October)

12th October

Australia vs South Africa

(Previously it was scheduled for 12 October)

13th October

New Zealand vs Bangladesh

(Originally Scheduled on 14 October)

14th October

India vs Pakistan

(Earlier this match was to be held on 15 October)

15th October

England vs Afghanistan

(Originally Scheduled on 14 October)

11th November

Australia vs Bangladesh

(Initially Scheduled on 12 November)

11th November

England vs Pakistan

(Previously it was on 12 November)

12th November

India vs Netherlands

(Originally, this match was scheduled for November 11)

India vs Pakistan is changed Due to Navratri

India vs Pakistan is one of the most important and nail-biting matches for cricket fans. The largest stadium in the world, Narendra Modi Stadium, will host this game. The city of Ahmedabad in Gujarat is where this stadium is located. As we all know that Navratri is the major festival of Gujarat.

Therefore, because of security concerns, the governing authorities asked the BCCI to reschedule the match to the previous day.  This was approved by the Pakistan Cricket Board as well, and the match will now be played on October 14.

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