India and Pakistan will clash on October 15 at the Narendra Modi Stadium.
The much-anticipated 2023 World Cup schedule has finally come to an end as the International Cricket Council (ICC) has released the schedule. The 46-day cricket carnival kicks off with a replay of the last tournament final between reigning champions England and New Zealand on 5 October at Narendra Modi Stadium.
It has been decided that the clash between rivals India and Pakistan will take place on October 15th at the same venue. The semi-finals will be held at Wankhede and Eden Gardens, while the title fight will take place at Narendra Modi Stadium on 19 November.
The 13th edition of the legendary quadrennial tournament will take place across 10 venues across India, with Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium hosting key matches including the tournament opener and summit . World champions and 2011 hosts India will open the tournament on 8 October in Chennai, where they will face Australia, the most successful team in the history of the tournament.
The ICC announced the schedule on June 27, just 100 days before the Games, amid growing concerns over Asian giant Pakistan’s participation in the World Games due to ongoing conflict with neighboring India.