2023 ODI World Cup: Comprehensive Warm-up Match Schedule; Viewing Details for India, US, UK, and Global Audiences

Cricket devotees all over the planet are preparing for the eagerly awaited beginning of the ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023, planned to initiate on October 5. The main conflict of this renowned competition is set to be a zapping rematch among Britain and New Zealand, the finalists of the 2019 ODI World Cup. The anxiously anticipated opening match will unfurl at the excellent Narendra Modi Arena in Ahmedabad, India.

Group India, drove by the imposing Rohit Sharma, will start their mission on October 8 in Chennai against the five-time title holder Australia. With their ongoing remaining as the world’s highest level group in each of the three configurations of cricket, the hosts convey high expectations and assumptions as they try to guarantee the ODI World Cup title.

Before the authority beginning of the ODI World Cup 2023, each of the ten partaking groups will have the potential chance to calibrate their abilities and techniques through a progression of warm-up matches. These preliminary experiences will be spread across three scenes in India and will length from September 29 to October 3.

India are planned to play two warm-up matches, which will act as significant practice meetings in front of the competition. They will go head to head against reigning champs Britain in their most memorable warm-up match in Guwahati. Following this, they will take on the Netherlands in their subsequent practice game in the pleasant city of Thiruvananthapuram.

Full timetable of ODI World Cup warm-up matches:
September 29

  • Bangladesh v Sri Lanka, Barsapara Cricket Arena, Guwahati
  • South Africa v Afghanistan, Greenfield Global Arena, Thiruvananthapuram
  • New Zealand v Pakistan, Rajiv Gandhi Global Arena, Hyderabad

September 30
India v Britain, Barsapara Cricket Arena, Guwahati
Australia v Netherlands, Greenfield Global Arena, Thiruvananthapuram
October 2

Britain v Bangladesh, Barsapara Cricket Arena, Guwahati
New Zealand v South Africa, Greenfield Global Arena, Thiruvananthapuram

October 3

  • Afghanistan v Sri Lanka, Barsapara Cricket Arena, Guwahati
  • India v Netherlands, Greenfield Global Arena, Thiruvananthapuram
  • Pakistan v Australia, Rajiv Gandhi Global Arena, Hyderabad
  • Stations and Live streaming subtleties:
  • India: Star Sports Organization; Disney+Hotstar
  • Joined Realm: Sky Sports Cricket
  • South Africa: SS Show off
  • USA: ESPN+