Zimbabwe will host the ODI World Cup qualifiers from June to July 2023


ICC announces a “new calendar” to compensate for the postponements caused by the Covid-19 pandemic

The qualification for the 50-Over World Cup 2023, which is to take place in India, will now take place from June to July 2023 in Zimbabwe as part of a mammoth new “New Look Calendar” announced by the ICC to compensate for delays caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The qualification in Zimbabwe will take place from June 18 to July 9, while the ODIs of the Men’s Cricket World Cup League 2 will be played from March 19, 2021 when Oman – currently at the top of the table – is in the sixth series of the USA and Nepal host is tournament. Six ODIs will be played there, and a total of 96 in the 14 series to be played in 2021 and 2022, two more in early 2023.