Notably, this is the fourth time that India will be hosting the event after 1987, 1996, and 2011. While India was a co-host in the previous editions, the upcoming edition will be the first time that the BCCI will hold the prestigious ODI World Cup on its own.
As per the ICC World Cup 2023 schedule, the marquee event will kickstart with a clash between the previous edition finalists England and New Zealand at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on October 5, and the final is scheduled to take place at the same venue in Ahmedabad on November 19th. Since the tournament is being played in a round-robin format, the knockouts start from the semifinals. The first semi-final will be played at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai while the second semi-final will be played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.
Australia will kickstart their campaign with a game against India
The Australian cricket team will get their tournament underway with a game against India on October 8, which is scheduled to be held in Chennai. Australia will play at eight different venues in this edition: Chennai, Lucknow, Bengaluru, Delhi, Dharamsala, Ahmedabad, Mumbai, and Pune. The Australian cricket team will play their last league game on November 12 against Bangladesh in Pune.
ICC World Cup 2023 Schedule: Full List Of Australia’s Matches
Sunday – October 8th – Australia vs India – Chennai
Friday – October 13th – Australia vs South Africa – Lucknow
Monday – October 16th – Australia vs Q2 – Lucknow
Friday – October 20th – Australia vs Pakistan – Bengaluru
Wednesday – October 25th – Australia vs Q1 – Delhi
Saturday – October 28th – Australia vs New Zealand – Dharamshala
Saturday – November 4th – Australia vs England – Ahmedabad
Tuesday – November 7th – Australia vs Afghanistan – Mumbai
Sunday – November 12th – Australia vs Bangladesh – Pune