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Bangladesh ODI World Cup Schedule 2023: The 13th edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup is scheduled to host by India between October 5 to November 19. It will be the first time the competition is held entirely in India; three previous editions were partially hosted there – 1987, 1996, and 2011.
As of the previous edition, the 2023 edition will be played between ten teams. Each participating team will play the other nine teams once in the group stage where a total of 45 group matches will be played.
The top 4 teams of the ICC ODI World Cup points table will enter the knockout stage to play semifinal 1 and semifinal 2.
Bangladesh ODI World Cup Schedule 2023
Bangladesh ODI World Cup Schedule 2023: Bangladesh Men’s cricket team made their first ODI World Cup appearance in 1999 and played 6 tournaments so far. Bangladesh has never won an ODI World Cup trophy.
Bangladesh played their first ODI match against Pakistan on March 31, 1986 in Tyronne Fernando Stadium, Moratuwa. Bangladesh Men’s cricket team currently holds the 7th spot in the ICC Men’s Team Rankings.
Check out the Bangladesh ODI World Cup Schedule 2023 below with the venue, IST and GMT details:
|Sat, 07 October||Bangladesh vs Afghanistan||Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala||10:30 AM||8:00 AM|
|Tue, 10 October||England vs Bangladesh||Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association Stadium, Dharamsala||10:30 AM||8:00 AM|
|Fri, 13 October||New Zealand vs Bangladesh||Chidambaram, Chennai||10:30 AM||8:00 AM|
|Thu, 19 October||India vs Bangladesh||Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Gahunje||2:00 PM||11:30 AM|
|Tue, 24 October||South Africa vs Bangladesh||Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai||2:00 PM||11:30 AM|
|Sat, 28 October||Netherlands vs Bangladesh||Eden Gardens, Kolkata||2:00 PM||11:30 AM|
|Tue, 31 October||Pakistan vs Bangladesh||Eden Gardens, Kolkata||2:00 PM||11:30 AM|
|Mon, 06 November||Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka||Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi||2:00 PM||11:30 AM|
|Sat, 11 November||Australia vs Bangladesh||Maharashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Gahunje||10:30 AM||8:00 AM|
2023 World Cup Qualification Process
Bangladesh ODI World Cup Schedule 2023: The ICC Cricket World Cup Super League 2020-23 will be the main qualification pathway for the tournament. The top seven sides in the CWCSL table and India, who will qualify automatically as hosts, will gain direct entry into the tournament.
The five remaining teams on the CWCSL table, the top three teams from ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 and the top two team teams from the 2023 World Cup Qualifier Play-off will then contest in the 2023 Cricket World Cup Qualifier, which will decide the final two teams to qualify for the World Cup.
World Cup 2023 Teams
As host, team India will automatically qualify for World Cup 2023. Along with India, six other teams have qualified for the World Cup 2023. Following are the details of the World Cup 2023 Teams.
- South Africa
- New Zealand
- Sri Lanka
World Cup 2023 Format
- Ten teams will contest for the coveted trophy.
- The tournament will follow a similar format to the 2019 edition in England and Wales, with a round-robin stage followed by the knockouts.
- All 10 teams will compete against each other once in the round-robin stage.
- A victory earns the winning side two points in every match, while a no-result will mean the sides share a point each.
- The top four teams at the end of the round-robin stage will qualify for the semi-finals.
- The winners of the two subsequent semi-finals will contest in the final, where the champion will be crowned.
World Cup 2023 News
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- 26 June 2023 – As per a report, Kane Williamson hoped to be fit in time for World Cup 2023 in India.
- 24 June 2023 – BCCI confirms that the World Cup 2023 Schedule will be announced on June 27 at 11:30 PM.
- 21 June 2023 – ICC and BCCI both have turned down the request of PCB to switch venues of Afghanistan and Australia’s matches in Chennai & Bengaluru of this ODI World Cup 2023.
- 21 June 2023 – BCCI planning to announce the ODI World Cup Schedule on June 27 which will be 100 days from October 5.
- 20 June 2023 – The PCB has asked the ICC to swap the venues for Pakistan in ODI World Cup 2023 matches against Afghanistan and Australia.
- 18 June 2023 – Pakistan refuses to play their World Cup 2023 match against India in Ahmedabad.
- 15 June 2023 – The BCCI is attempting to Rishabh Pant’s fast-track Rehab to try and get him ready for the ODI World Cup 2023 as the fast recovery has surprised the BCCI and NCA.
- 14 June 2023 – Michael Bracewell along with Kane Williamson will miss the ODI World Cup 2023 in India owing to injuries.
- 12 June 2023 – As per a report, Team India has no match scheduled in Hyderabad for the World Cup 2023.
- 27 May 2023 – ODI World Cup 2023 schedule is likely to be announced on the sidelines of the WTC 2023 Final.
- 27 May 2023 – BCCI confirms World Cup 2023 will start on October 5 and end on November 19 with 12 venues across the country.
- 10 May 2023 – England and New Zealand ate expected to play the World Cup 2023 opening game in Ahmedabad.
- 5 May 2023 – India and Pakistan will face each other on October 15, 2023(Sunday).
- 5 May 2023 – As per a report, Chepauk is likely to host India vs Australia match while India vs Pakistan match is likely to stage at Ahmedabad.
- 5 May 2023 – The majority of Pakistan matches are set to be played in Chennai & Bengaluru. On the other hand, Majority of Bangladesh matches are set to be played in Kolkata & Guwahati.
- 27 April 2023 – Ahead of World Cup 2023, ICC conducts a workshop for global broadcasters in Goa.
- 26 April 2023 – NZ Star player Kane Williamson is expected to travel to India for World Cup 2023 as a team mentor after being ruled out due to injury.
- 6 April 2023 – Kiwi batter Kane Williamson is set to miss ODI World Cup 2023 following his knee injury that occurred while fielding for the Gujarat Titans in the IPL 2023 opener against Chennai Super Kings.
- 29 March 2023 – PCB requested neutral venues or a hybrid model for the 2023 World Cup following India’s request for the same for Asia Cup 2023.
- 01 January 2023 – Ahead of the World Cup 2023, BCCI has shortlisted 20 players who will be part of the 2023 Men’s World Cup.
Cricket World Cup
ICC will organize the World Class event once every four years with preliminary qualification rounds leading up to a finals tournament.
The tournament is considered the “Flagship event of the international cricket calendar” by the ICC. Though a lot of domestic and international tournaments happen every month, the wait for the GRAND Cricket ODI World Cup will never end.
The first edition of the tournament was played in 1975 where West Indies won the title by beating Australia by 17 runs in a 60-over match. England won the last edition of the tournament by defeating New Zealand in the 2019 World Cup final game.
Men’s ICC Cricket World Cup Winners and Runners
The table given below gives the list of ICC Men’s ODI World Cup Winners along with the runner-ups and Hosts for each year the event was organized:
|Year||Winner||Runner Up||Host||Final Venue|
|2019||England||New Zealand||England||Lord’s, London|
|2015||Australia||New Zealand||Australia||Melbourne Cricket Ground|
|2011||India||Sri Lanka||India||Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai|
|2007||Australia||Sri Lanka||Australia||Kensington Oval, Bridgetown|
|1999||Australia||Pakistan||England||Lord’s Cricket Ground, London|
|1996||Sri Lanka||Australia||India, Pakistan & Sri Lanka||Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore|
|1992||Pakistan||England||Australia & New Zealand||Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne|
|1987||Australia||England||India & Pakistan||Eden Gardens, Kolkata|
|1983||India||West Indies||England||Lord’s Cricket Ground, London|
|1979||West Indies||England||England||Lord’s Cricket Ground, London|
|1975||West Indies||Australia||England||Lord’s Cricket Ground, London|
ICC World Cup Winning Captains List
The team’s captain plays a crucial role in winning a cricket match; winning an ICC trophy requires a huge role from the team’s captain.
Find the detailed list of cricket World cup winning captains list since 1975 below:
|1996||Sri Lanka||Arjuna Ranatunga|
|1979||West Indies||Clive Lloyd|
|1975||West Indies||Clive Lloyd|