Pakistan’s 2023 World Cup mission will start on October 6 in Hyderabad, the Global Cricket Committee’s (ICC’s) affirmation of the full timetable has uncovered.
Babar Azam and Co. will play both the second and the second-last match of the gathering stage. Their nine matches will be played across only five urban communities – Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Kolkata, and Bengaluru.
They will have a moderately simple beginning to the competition, conflicting with the two effective groups from the continuous World Cup Qualifiers in Zimbabwe, on October 6 and 10. These will be trailed by the blockbuster conflict against India at the set-to-be vigorously pressed Narendra Modi Arena in Ahmedabad on October 14.
There will be no rest after that as five-time champions Australia, surprisingly strong contenders Afghanistan, South Africa, Bangladesh, and last World Cup finalists New Zealand and Britain will return to-back.
Pakistan’s association stage will come to a nearby on November 11 against Jos Buttler’s group at Eden Nurseries in Kolkata.
The competition will be played between 10 groups, beginning on October 5, and each group will play the other nine once. The four groups with the most focuses will then move to the semi-finals, which are booked for November 15 and 16. The last will be played on November 19 in Ahmedabad.