According to a scheduled schedule, the ODI World Cup in India in 2023 will take place from October 5 to November 19.
The title game of the 10-team event will take held at Ahmedabad’s largest cricket ground. Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Dharamsala, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Lucknow, Indore, Rajkot, and Mumbai are among the other cities that will host 48 matches over the course of the 46-day period.
BCCI, the event’s hosts, appears to be dealing with a lot of concerns before settling on the schedule and sites, which are generally released a year in advance.
One of the major challenges is that the monsoon season ends at different times in different parts of the country, which must be considered while selecting venues for a year-long event.
The main issue that the BCCI is expected to face is the uncertainty surrounding Pakistan’s participation in the ODI World Cup in 2023. Given the current deterioration in ties between the two neighbours, PCB will be cautious to send the Green Shirts to India if Rohit Sharma’s team decides not to visit Pakistan for the 2023 Asia Cup.
Notwithstanding the BCCI’s assurances, it is probable that the Pakistani team’s visas would not be approved by the Indian government.
Aside from ICC-sanctioned events, Pakistan has not played in India since 2013, and the pattern appears to be continuing this year.