2023 World Cup opener revealed; India-Pakistan clash to be played on October 15th

Know all the details of World Cup 2023

The 2023 World Cup will be starting off and also coming to a close in Ahmedabad. As far as reports from Cricbuzz goes, the game between England and New Zealand, the two finalists of the 2019 World Cup will be laying down the marker for the grand extravaganza to kickstart.

As per inside sources, India will be playing their first match against Australia and it will most likely be happening at Chennai. The grand extravaganza of India vs Pakistan will be unfurling for Indian somewhere around October 15th that is a Sunday which will play a blockbuster to draw the crowds.

Here are the revealed details about 2023 World Cup

The summit clash of the tournament will be happening on October 19th and it will unfurl once again at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, the stadia with the maximum seating capacity.

As far as the reports go, the BCCI will be announcing the schedule soon, in all likelihood after the IPL is over. Also, obtaining the formal approval is another factor that will have to kept in mind. BCCI being the host would eventually have the final say. There may be a few alterations here and there but most of the remaining games would go forward as planned.

In another news, Cribuzz has also confirmed that Pakistan will be travelling to India for the World Cup, however, it has no connection with the standoff during the Asia Cup. Albeit agreeing to travel for the World Cup, there are yet a few concerns that will need to be ironed out.

The designated venues that has been allotted by the BCCI includes Kolkata, Delhi, Indore, Dharamsala, Guwahati, Rajkot, Raipur and Mumbai while Mohali and Nagpur have somehow been missing out the main dash of affairs.

There will be a total of 10 teams and a total of 48 games will be played between the sides with India, England, Australia, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh having qualified for the championship while South Africa was a granted a direct entry to the tournament.

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