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ICC ODI World Cup 2023: Teams, best finishes, prize money, format, venue wise schedule, full squads and more | Cricket News – Times of India


The 2023 edition of the ICC ODI World Cup is now around the corner. This will be the 13th edition overall of the showpiece event and the first time ever that the tournament will be held solely in India.
From 1975, when the first edition of the ICC ODI World Cup was held till 2019, which was the last edition, the tournament has been a platform for multiple individual and team records. It is the holy grail of One Day International cricket with the winners being labelled ODI World Champions.
Team India have won the ODI World Cup title only twice – once in 1983, under Kapil Dev’s captaincy in England and then under MS Dhoni’s stewardship in 2011 – the last time India co-hosted the tournament.
The team which will be conspicuous by its absence this time because they failed to qualify are the West Indies, who won the first two editions of the tournament in 1975 and 1979. They were knocked out of the race for WC berths after losing to Scotland in the Super Six stage of the World Cup qualifiers in Zimbabwe.
As we count down to the biggest tournament in ODI cricket, the TOI Sports Desk here takes a look at some of the biggest talking points of the 2023 edition:
What: 2023 ICC ODI World Cup
When: From October 5 to November 19, 2023
Where: in India
Number of participating teams: 10
Full list of Teams with best finishes:
Afghanistan – Group Stage
Australia – Champions (1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2015)
Bangladesh – Quarter-Finalists (2015)
England – Champions (2019)
India – Champions (1983 & 2011)
Netherlands – Group Stage
New Zealand – Runners-up (2015 & 2019)
Pakistan – Champions (1992)
South Africa – Semi-Finalists (1992, 1999, 2007 & 2015)
Sri Lanka – Champions (1996)
Format: Round Robin (All 10 teams play each other once each in the group stage. The top 4 teams then advance to the semi-finals)
Who plays who in the semi-finals: The top placed team after the league stage will clash against the team ranked fourth. The teams which finish second and third will play each other in the other semi-final
Number of matches each team will play in the league stage: 9
Minimum wins a team should aim for to make the semi-final cut: 7 to be safe
Tie-breakers in place if two or more teams finish level on points: First – Number of wins; Second – Net Run Rate

Prize Money on offer:
Total: $10 million (Rs 83, 06, 05, 500)
Champions’ Prize Money: $4 million (Rs 33, 22, 19, 400)
Runners Up Prize Money: $2 million (Rs 16, 61, 09, 700)
Prize money for the two losing Semi-Finalists: $800,000 (Rs 6, 64, 59, 480)
Six Teams eliminated after group stage: $100,000 (Rs 83, 07, 415)
Each team wins $40,000 (Rs 33, 22, 194) after each group stage win
Maximum prize money a team can win if they are undefeated at the end (Champions): $4.36 million (Rs 36, 22, 03, 294)
Venues:
– A total of 10 venues across India will host the 2023 ICC ODI World Cup matches
Full list of venues and matches:

Ahmedabad

Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
October 5: England vs New Zealand. Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 14: India vs Pakistan. Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 4: England vs Australia. Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 10: South Africa vs Afghanistan. Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 19: Final. Start Time – 2 pm IST

Bengaluru

Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
October 20: Australia vs Pakistan. Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 26: England vs Sri Lanka. Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 4: New Zealand vs Pakistan. Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 9: New Zealand vs Sri Lanka. Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 12: India vs Netherlands. Start Time – 2 pm IST

Chennai

M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
October 8: India vs Australia. Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 13: New Zealand vs Bangladesh . Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 18: New Zealand vs Afghanistan . Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 23: Pakistan vs Afghanistan . Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 27: Pakistan vs South Africa. Start Time – 2 pm IST

Delhi

Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi
October 7: South Africa vs Sri Lanka . Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 11: India vs Afghanistan . Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 15: England vs Afghanistan . Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 25: Australia vs Netherlands . Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 6: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka. Start Time – 2 pm IST

Dharamsala

Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium, Dharamsala
October 7: Bangladesh vs Afghanistan. Start Time – 10:30 am IST
October 10: England vs Bangladesh . Start Time – 10:30 am IST
October 17: South Africa vs Netherlands . Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 22: India vs New Zealand. Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 28: Australia vs New Zealand. Start Time – 10:30 am IST

kolkata

Eden Gardens, Kolkata
October 28: Netherlands vs Bangladesh. Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 31: Pakistan vs Bangladesh . Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 5: India vs South Africa . Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 11: England vs Pakistan . Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 16: Semi-final 2. Start Time – 2 pm IST

lucknow

Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow
October 12: Australia vs South Africa. Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 16: Australia vs Sri Lanka . Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 21: Netherlands vs Sri Lanka . Start Time – 10:30 am IST
October 29: India vs England. Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 3: Netherlands vs Afghanistan. Start Time – 2 pm IST

mumbai

Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
October 21: England vs South Africa. Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 24: South Africa vs Bangladesh. Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 2: India vs Sri Lanka. Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 7: Australia vs Afghanistan. Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 15: Semi-final 1. Start Time – 2 pm IST

pune

MCA International Stadium, Pune
October 19: India vs Bangladesh . Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 30: Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka . Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 1: New Zealand vs South Africa . Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 8: England vs Netherlands. Start Time – 2 pm IST
November 11: Australia vs Bangladesh. Start Time – 10:30 am IST

hyderabad

Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
October 6: Pakistan vs Netherlands. Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 9: New Zealand vs Netherlands . Start Time – 2 pm IST
October 10: Pakistan vs Sri Lanka. Start Time – 2 pm IST
Are there Reserve Days for the knockouts? – Yes. Both the semi-finals and the final will have Reserve Days. According to ICC rules – Should they need to be taken, matches on reserve days will take place a day after their originally-scheduled match date
Full Squads of all 10 participating Teams:
Afghanistan: Hashmatullah Shahidi (c), Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Ibrahim Zadran, Riaz Hassan, Rahmat Shah, Najibullah Zadran, Mohammad Nabi, Ikram Alikhil, Azmatullah Omarzai, Rashid Khan, Mujeeb ur Rahman, Noor Ahmad, Fazalhaq Farooqi, Abdul Rahman, Naveen ul Haq.
Australia: Pat Cummins (c), Steve Smith, Alex Carey, Josh Inglis, Sean Abbott, Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Marnus Labuschagne, Mitch Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis, David Warner, Adam Zampa, Mitchell Starc.
Bangladesh: Shakib Al Hasan (c), Litton Kumer Das, Tanzid Hasan Tamim, Najmul Hossain Shanto (vc), Tawhid Hridoy, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mahmudullah Riyad, Mehidy Hasan Miraz, Nasum Ahmed, Shak Mahedi Hasan, Taskin Ahmed, Mustafizur Rahman, Hasan Mahmud, Shoriful Islam, Tanzim Hasan Sakib.
England: Jos Buttler (c), Moeen Ali, Gus Atkinson, Jonny Bairstow, Sam Curran, Liam Livingstone, Dawid Malan, Adil Rashid, Joe Root, Harry Brook, Ben Stokes, Reece Topley, David Willey, Mark Wood, Chris Woakes.
India squad: Rohit Sharma (c), Hardik Pandya (vc), Shubman Gill, Virat Kohli, Shreyas Iyer, KL Rahul, Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammed Shami, Ravichandran Ashwin, Ishan Kishan, Suryakumar Yadav.
Netherlands: Scott Edwards (c), Max O’Dowd, Bas de Leede, Vikram Singh, Teja Nidamanuru, Paul van Meekeren, Colin Ackermann, Roelof van der Merwe, Logan van Beek, Aryan Dutt, Ryan Klein, Wesley Barresi, Saqib Zulfiqar, Shariz Ahmad, Sybrand Engelbrecht.
New Zealand: Kane Williamson (c), Trent Boult, Mark Chapman, Devon Conway, Lockie Ferguson, Matt Henry, Tom Latham, Daryl Mitchell, Jimmy Neesham, Glenn Phillips, Rachin Ravindra, Mitch Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Will Young.
Pakistan: Babar Azam (c), Shadab Khan, Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Abdullah Shafique, Mohammad Rizwan, Saud Shakeel, Iftikhar Ahmed, Salman Ali Agha, Mohammad Nawaz, Usama Mir, Haris Rauf, Hasan Ali, Shaheen Afridi, Mohammad Wasim.
South Africa: Temba Bavuma (c), Gerald Coetzee, Quinton de Kock, Reeza Hendricks, Marco Jansen, Heinrich Klaasen, Keshav Maharaj, Aiden Markram, David Miller, Lungi Ngidi, Andile Phehlukwayo, Kagiso Rabada, Tabraiz Shamsi, Rassie van der Dussen, Lizaad Williams.
Sri Lanka: Dasun Shanaka (c), Kusal Mendis (vc), Kusal Perera, Pathum Nissanka, Lahiru Kumara, Dimuth Karunaratne, Sadeera Samarawickrama, Charith Asalanka, Dhananjaya de Silva, Maheesh Theekshana, Dunith Wellalage, Kasun Rajitha, Matheesha Pathirana, Dilshan Madushanka, Dushan Hemantha.
Travelling reserve: Chamika Karunaratne





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