The ICC World Cup 2023 is being hosted by India, with 10 teams vying for the championship at 10 different venues. The tournament is set to kick off on October 5th and will culminate with the final match on November 19th.
The opening match, as well as the final, will take place at the Narender Mohdi Stadium in Ahmadabad and will feature a face-off between England and New Zealand.
This year’s World Cup will follow a round-robin format, where every team will play against each other, resulting in a total of 45 league matches.
Here is Pakistan’s schedule for the ICC World Cup 2023 (all times are in Pakistan Standard Time – PST):
September 29: Pakistan vs. New Zealand in Hyderabad at 01:30 pm (Pakistan lost)
October 3: Pakistan vs. Australia in Hyderabad at 01:30 pm (Pakistan lost)
October 6: Pakistan vs. Netherlands in Hyderabad at 01:30 pm
October 10: Pakistan vs. Sri Lanka in Hyderabad at 01:30 pm
October 14: Pakistan vs. India in Ahmedabad at 01:30 pm
October 20: Pakistan vs. Australia in Bengaluru at 01:30 pm
October 23: Pakistan vs. Afghanistan in Chennai at 01:30 pm
October 27: Pakistan vs. South Africa in Chennai at 01:30 pm
October 31: Pakistan vs. Bangladesh in Kolkata at 01:30 pm
November 4: Pakistan vs. New Zealand in Bengaluru at 10:00 am
November 11: Pakistan vs. England in Kolkata at 01:30 pm