ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule: Check England’s full fixtures, venues, dates, and more

Defending champions England will start their campaign on the opening day itself against New Zealand.


ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule: Check England’s full fixtures, venues, dates, and more

England (Image via Twitter)

The 2023 ICC ODI World Cup is slated to start on October 5. Defending champions England will start their campaign on the opening day itself against New Zealand at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad. In the 2019 edition, England defeated New Zealand in what was one of the most dramatic World Cup finals.

In the 2023 World Cup edition, a total of 10 teams will participate and play their matches across ten venues- Mumbai, Ahmedabad, Pune, Hyderabad, Dharamsala, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Delhi, and Lucknow. England will play in eight of these venues (they won’t play in Hyderabad and Chennai). In Ahmedabad, they will play twice.

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The league stage matches plus the semi-finals and final will be wrapped up in 46 days. Also, there are reserve days for the semifinals and the final, which is originally scheduled to take place on November 19.

Related: 2023 ODI World Cup venues: Wankhede Stadium and Eden Gardens to host semifinals

Check England’s full fixture for 2023 ICC ODI World Cup

ICC ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule: Check England's full fixture, venues, dates, and more
England (Image via Twitter)
S. No.OpponentDateVenue
1. New Zealand October 5, 2023Ahmedabad
2.Bangladesh October 10, 2023Dharamsala
3.AfghanistanOctober 15, 2023Delhi
4.South Africa October 21, 2023Mumbai
5.Qualifier 2October 26, 2023Bengaluru
6.India October 29, 2023Lucknow
7.Australia November 4, 2023Ahmedabad
8.Qualifier 1 November 8, 2023Pune
9.Pakistan November 11, 2023Kolkata

England will be without two of their star players – former skipper Eoin Morgan and Ben Stokes. Jos Buttler, who last year led the team to their second T20 World Cup title, will be leading this time.

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England may experience difficulty playing on the Indian subcontinent. India played host to the ODI World Cup three times, in 1987, 1996, and 2011, but they co-hosted the event along with Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka. In 1987, England reached the final, and 1996 and 2011, they reached the quarter-finals.

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