That time of the year is here yet again where all the World Cup cricket fans will be cheering at top of their lungs with a lot of adrenaline rush and your all time fav drinks. The excitement of ICC World Cup 2023 live matches is extremely high, we bring you the complete ICC World Cup schedule so that you don't miss out watching India playing and competing against the other teams. The ICC World Cup 2023 series is starting from 5th October and will end on 19th November.
1. October 8: India v Australia
The first match of India on the ICC ODI World Cup 2023 is against Australia at M. A. Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. Book your tickets or catch them on Television from 2:00 pm onwards.
2. October 11: India v Afghanistan
The next match on the list is between India and Afghanistan at New Delhi. Book your tickets or catch them on Television from 2:00 pm onwards.
3. October 14: India v Pakistan
Cut the tension with the match between India and Pakistan which is scheduled on October 14th a Ahmedabad - 2 p.m.
4. October 19: India v Bangladesh
Watch the amazing battle between India and Bangladesh teams at Pune from 2 p.m onwards .
5. October 22: India v New Zealand
According to the World Cup schedule, India v New Zealand match is being organized on October 22nd at Dharamsala from 2 p.m.
6. October 29: India v England
Cut the tension with the match between England and India which is scheduled on October 29th at Lucknow from 2 p.m onwards.
7. November 2: India v Sri Lanka
Watch the amazing battle between Sri Lanka and India teams at Mumbai from 2 p.m onwards.
8. November 5: India v South Africa
Cut the tension with the match between South Africa and India which is scheduled on November 5th at Kolkata from 2 p.m onwards.
9. November 11: India v Netherlands
According to the World Cup schedule, India v Netherlands match is being organized November 11th at Bengaluru from 2 p.m onwards.
10. November 15: First semifinal
The match of the ICC World Cup is between the ones reaching the First Semi-Finals which is being organized at Mumbai from 2 p.m onwards.
11.November 16: Second semifinal
The match of the ICC World Cup is between the ones reaching the Second Semi-Finals which is being organized at Kolkata from 2 p.m onwards.
12. November 19: THE FINAL
The match of the ICC World Cup Finals is on 19th November.
Q1: When was the first ODI World Cup held?
A1: The first ODI World Cup was held in 1975.
Q2: How often is the ODI World Cup held?
A2: The ODI World Cup is held every four years.
Q3: Which country has won the most ODI World Cups?
A3: Australia has won the most ODI World Cups, with 5 titles.
Q4: Who holds the record for the most runs scored in a single ODI World Cup tournament?
A4: Sachin Tendulkar holds the record with 673 runs in the 2003 ODI World Cup.
Q5: Which bowler has taken the most wickets in ODI World Cup history?
A5: Glenn McGrath holds the record with 71 wickets in ODI World Cups.