Zimbabwe gets to host World Cup 2023 qualifiers in India

Zimbabwe the ODI World Cup qualifiers in 2023 in India have been handed over to Zimbabwe, which will host these matches between 18 June and 9 July 2023.

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced a new program due to the COVID-19 epidemic (COVID-19). Host India and seven other top Super League teams will directly qualify for the tournament to be held in October – November 2023.

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The remaining five teams of the Super League will play in the 2023 World Cup qualifiers. It will also play the three best teams from League 2. “When we decided to hold the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 in October-November 2023,

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it also gave us time to organize qualification competitions,” ICC competition head Chris Tetley said in a statement.

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With this, we can make maximum use of the opportunity to ensure the teams playing in the tournament. He said, “We have worked closely with our members and stakeholders to re-schedule 96 ODIs and 60 List A matches and the safety of our contest partners will be our first priority.

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The ICC announced the schedule of World League 2 and Challenge League with it.

Host India and 7 other top Super League teams will directly qualify for the tournament to be held in October-November 2023.

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The remaining five teams of the Super League will play in the 2023 World Cup qualifiers. It will also play the three best teams from League-2. The ICC also announced the schedule of World League-2 and Challenge League.

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