Schedule Of Asia Cup 2023 Announced Officially

Schedule Of Asia Cup 2023 Announced Officially

The  Asia Cup 2023 schedule has finally been announced. Pakistan and Sri Lanka will both host teams in the tournament. The schedule for the 2023 Asia Cup can be seen here, along with a complete list of fixtures, dates, and match locations.

In order to prepare for the upcoming World Cup, the Asia Cup 2023 will be played in the 50-over format. The Asia Cup 2023 schedule has been released at last, following much discussion and adjustment due to political concerns between Pakistan and India.

It was known that the Asia Cup would be played in Sri Lanka and Pakistan, with India’s matches taking place in the latter country. The final fixtures list, however, had undergone a number of adjustments before the Asian Cricket Council decided on the present form.

The top two teams from each group will advance to the Super Fours. The six teams will first be divided into two groups of three. The Final will then feature the top two teams from the Super Fours. The teams are split up as follows:

Asia Cup 2023 Schedule:

Schedule Of Asia Cup 2023 Announced Officially

Group A: Pakistan, India, Nepal

Group B: Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka

August 30: Pakistan vs Nepal, Multan, Pakistan

August 31: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka, Kandy, Sri Lanka

September 2: Pakistan vs India, Kandy, Sri Lanka

September 3: Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, Lahore, Pakistan

September 4: India vs Nepal, Kandy, Sri Lanka

September 5: Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan, Lahore, Pakistan

September 6: A1 vs B2, Lahore, Pakistan

September 9: B1 vs B2, Colombo, Sri Lanka

September 10: A1 vs A2, Colombo, Sri Lanka

September 12: A2 vs B1, Colombo, Sri Lanka]

September 14: A1 vs B1, Colombo, Sri Lanka

September 15: A2 vs B2, Colombo, Sri Lanka

September 17: Final (Super Fours 1 vs Super Fours 2), Colombo, Sri Lanka

If they are accepted, Pakistan and India will be A1 and A2, respectively. They will take either A1 or A2 if Nepal advances to the Super Fours above either of them.

Similar to Group A, Group B will see Bangladesh and Sri Lanka as A1 and A2, respectively, with either position going to Afghanistan if they advance past the first round.

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