Asia Cup 2023 Schedule With Venue

Get ready to immerse yourself in a cricketing spectacle like no other as the Asia Cup 2023 takes center stage in Pakistan and Sri Lanka from August 30 to September 17, 2023.

This edition promises to be a dynamic 50-over ODI tournament, showcasing the finest cricketing talents on international standard arenas.

With an electrifying format that pits teams against each other in intense battles, the 2023 Asia Cup is a must-watch event for every cricket aficionado.

A Glimpse of the Tournament Format

The tournament structure of the Asia Cup 2023 is designed to captivate and thrill, offering a blend of group dynamics and knockout clashes:

Groups and Super Four Stage

The tournament kicks off with fervor in Multan, where the opening clash between Pakistan and Nepal will set the stage for the cricketing extravaganza. Six formidable teams have been split into two groups: Group A comprises Pakistan, India, and Nepal, while Group B boasts Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Sri Lanka. The captivating lineup ensures a riveting journey through the tournament.

Match Format and Hosting Responsibilities

All matches are scheduled to be played in the revered fifty-overs format, a true test of endurance and skill. As the action unfolds, the hosting mantle will be shared between Pakistan and Sri Lanka, creating an exciting cross-border collaboration that enriches the tournament’s narrative. Pakistan will proudly host four matches across two venues, while the remaining encounters will unfold in Sri Lanka.

A Sneak Peek at the Asia Cup 2023 Schedule

While the official schedule from the Asia Cricket Council (ACC) is yet to be unveiled, an anticipation of its release looms large. Enthusiasts can expect a formal announcement in the near future, providing a detailed roadmap of the cricketing spectacle. For now, a preliminary schedule offers a glimpse into the tournament’s journey, with the final match showcasing the teams yet to be determined.

30 AugustPakistan Vs NepalMultan, Pakistan
31 AugustBangladesh Vs Sri LankaKandy, Sri Lanka
2 SeptemberPakistan Vs IndiaKandy, Sri Lanka
3 SeptemberBangladesh Vs AfghanistanLahore, Pakistan
4 SeptemberIndia Vs NepalKandy, Sri Lanka
5 SeptemberAfghanistan  v Sri LankaLahore, Pakistan
6 SeptemberA1 v B2Lahore, Pakistan
9 SeptemberB1 v B2Colombo, Sri Lanka
10 SeptemberA1 v A2Colombo, Sri Lanka
12 SeptemberA2 v B1Colombo, Sri Lanka
14 SeptemberA1 v B1Colombo, Sri Lanka
15 SeptemberA2 v B2Colombo, Sri Lanka
17 SeptemberFINALColombo, Sri Lanka

Tournament Format

The stage is set for a captivating competition as the format unfolds with strategic precision:

Group Allocations and Qualification

Six teams are strategically divided into two groups, setting the tone for engaging encounters. Group A showcases the prowess of India, Pakistan, and Nepal, all of whom emerged victorious in the 2023 ACC Men’s Premier Cup qualifier event. Group B is fortified by defending champions Sri Lanka, alongside Bangladesh and Afghanistan. The league stage will see teams within their respective groups vie for supremacy.

The Thrill of the Super Four Stage

Following the league matches, the tournament escalates to the Super Four stage. The top two teams from both Group A and Group B advance to this electrifying phase. Here, cricketing virtuosos will collide in a series of six Super 4 matches, propelling the most deserving contenders toward the summit clash.

The Latest Buzz: Asia Cup 2023 Updates

As anticipation mounts, concerns about player availability add intrigue to the narrative. Middle-order stalwarts Shreyas Iyer and KL Rahul’s participation in the tournament remains uncertain, creating a buzz within cricketing circles. Additionally, Iyer’s presence in the World Cup is shrouded in uncertainty, adding an extra layer of suspense to the cricketing horizon.

Key Matchups and the Countdown

Among the fervently awaited matches, the clash between arch-rivals India and Pakistan on September 2 in Kandy stands out. This matchup promises high-octane drama and sets the stage for a cricketing spectacle that transcends boundaries.

Asia Cup 2023: A Springboard to Excellence

The Asia Cup 2023 heralds the return of the One-Day International (ODI) format after a five-year hiatus, positioning itself as a pivotal prelude to the upcoming ODI World Cup in India, slated for October and November. In the 2018 edition, Rohit Sharma’s India emerged triumphant, securing victory over Bangladesh in a gripping final that witnessed India triumph by three wickets.

Unveiling the Venues and Locations

Pakistan and Sri Lanka extend their gracious hospitality as they jointly host the Asia Cup cricketing carnival in 2023. Stay tuned for updates on the venues, as these nations prepare to welcome cricketing enthusiasts to their cricketing sanctuaries.

Group Dynamics: A Clash of Titans

Jay Sah, Secretary of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, has confirmed the intriguing placement of India and Pakistan within the same group for the ODI Asia Cup 2023, adding an extra layer of competition to this highly anticipated event.

Group 1:


Group 2:

Sri Lanka

As the cricketing clock ticks closer to the grand commencement, cricket enthusiasts worldwide mark their calendars, ready to be enthralled by the brilliance of the Asia Cup 2023. The stage is set for a showcase of skill, strategy, and sportsmanship that promises to etch its legacy in the cricketing chronicles.

Asia Cup 2023 Details

Cricket EventAsia Cup 2023
Council NameAsian Cricket Council (ACC)
Hosting Country NamesSri Lanka and Pakistan
Total Teams6 Teams
Total Matches13 Matches
TeamsPakistan, Nepal, India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka
Asia Cup Start Date30th August 2023
Asia Cup 2023 Final Match Date17 September 2023
Schedule Release dateJune Month
Asia Cup 2023 Streaming PartnersHotstar, Jio Cinema, Amazon Prime, Star Sports,
ACC Official

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