The 50-over format event will probably be held from 30 August to 17 September with Occasion Host Pakistan staging 4 matches and Sri Lanka holding 9 matches.
4 venues will probably be used for the 13-match competitors. In Pakistan, Multan will host the event opener between Pakistan and Nepal on 30 August earlier than the motion shifts to Lahore for the remaining three matches. Sri Lanka will use Kandy for the three first spherical matches and Colombo for the 5 Tremendous-Four stage fixtures and the 17 September remaining.
Sri Lanka will open their marketing campaign towards Bangladesh in Kandy on 31 August, whereas India’s first match within the event will probably be towards Pakistan in Kandy on 2 September. If each Pakistan and India progress to the Tremendous-Four stage, they are going to meet once more in Colombo on 10 September.
After internet hosting the event opener in Multan, the remaining three matches in Pakistan will probably be held on the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. On three September, Bangladesh and Afghanistan will go face to face, earlier than Afghanistan will tackle Sri Lanka on 5 September.
If all goes based on the pre-event seeding, then Pakistan will tackle Bangladesh in each side’ first Tremendous-Four match on 6 September.
Pakistan and India are seeded as A1 and A2, respectively with Nepal because the third facet in Group A, whereas Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are seeded as B1 and B2 in Group B, respectively with Afghanistan because the third facet.
If Nepal and Afghanistan progress to the Tremendous-Four stage from their respective teams, they are going to take the seeding of the edges which have dropped out within the first spherical.
Males’s ODI Asia Cup 2023 schedule
Group A – Pakistan (A1), India (A2) and Nepal (Nepal will take place of the facet, which fails to progress to the Tremendous-Four stage)
Group B – Sri Lanka (B1), Bangladesh (B2) and Afghanistan (Afghanistan will take place of the facet, which fails to progress to the Tremendous-Four stage)
30 Aug – Pakistan v Nepal, Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan, Pakistan
31 Aug – Bangladesh v Sri Lanka, Pallekele Worldwide Cricket Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka
2 Sep – Pakistan v India, Pallekele Worldwide Cricket Stadium Kandy, Sri Lanka
three Sep – Bangladesh v Afghanistan, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan
Four Sep – India v Nepal, Pallekele Worldwide Cricket stadium Kandy, Sri Lanka
5 Sep – Afghanistan v Sri Lanka, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan
6 Sep – A1 v B2 (Tremendous-4), Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan
9 Sep – B1 v B2 (Tremendous-4), R. Premadasa Worldwide Cricket Stadium (RPICS), Colombo, Sri Lanka
10 Sep – A1 v A2 (Tremendous-4), R. Premadasa Worldwide Cricket Stadium (RPICS), Colombo, Sri Lanka
12 Sep – A2 v B1 (Tremendous-4), R. Premadasa Worldwide Cricket Stadium (RPICS), Colombo, Sri Lanka
14 Sep – A1 v B1 (Tremendous-4), R. Premadasa Worldwide Cricket Stadium (RPICS), Colombo, Sri Lanka
15 Sep – A2 v B2, (Tremendous-4), R. Premadasa Worldwide Cricket Stadium (RPICS), Colombo, Sri Lanka
17 Sep – Ultimate – 1 v 2, R. Premadasa Worldwide Cricket Stadium (RPICS), Colombo, Sri Lanka
18 Sep – Reserve day for the ultimate
Jay Shah, President of the Asian Cricket Council: “We’re thrilled to announce the extremely anticipated Males’s ODI Asia Cup 2023, a celebration of cricketing excellence that unites the nations of Asia within the spirit of competitors and camaraderie. As President of the Asian Cricket Council, I lengthen my warmest regards and heartfelt needs to all collaborating groups.
“The Asia Cup holds a particular place within the hearts of cricket fans throughout the continent. It goes past being only a event; it symbolises the wealthy tapestry of cultures, traditions and shared ardour for the sport that binds our various nations collectively. This prestigious occasion not solely showcases the cricketing prowess of the gamers but in addition fosters a way of unity and brotherhood amongst Asian international locations.
“Let the event be a celebration of cricket’s magnificence, a show of sporting excellence and a mirrored image of the unity that binds our nations collectively. Collectively, allow us to witness cricketing magic unfold, as every match turns into a chapter in a bigger narrative of friendship and sportsmanship.
“On behalf of the Asian Cricket Council and cricket lovers throughout Asia, I lengthen my gratitude to the man board members, groups, organisers, sponsors and followers who make this occasion doable. Your unwavering assist is the driving power behind the success of the Asia Cup.
“May the Men’s ODI Asia Cup 2023 be an unforgettable journey, filled with moments of triumph, joy, and togetherness. Let us come together to witness the best of Asian cricket.”
Mr Zaka Ashraf, Chair of the PCB Administration Committee: “As Occasion Hosts, the ACC’s Asia Cup 2023 schedule announcement gives us absolute readability on how we’ll plan and ship this event in order that it’s pleasing for the members and the followers. Our preparations and hospitality are second to none and this will probably be a fantastic alternative to as soon as once more showcase this at a world stage.
“For Pakistan, it is going to be the homecoming of the ACC Asia Cup after 15 lengthy years. Our followers have waited for this for a very long time and, as such, we sit up for making it greater and higher in order that the followers and members can begin counting down days main as much as the ICC Champions Trophy, which Pakistan will host in February 2025.
“I need to congratulate Nepal on qualifying for the Asia Cup and sit up for welcoming them together with Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Bangladesh and Sri Lanka have beforehand performed in Pakistan, it is going to be the primary of many instances for Nepal and Afghanistan, and I stay assured they are going to take away recollections that can stick with them for a really very long time.
“I’m extraordinarily comfortable for the Multan followers who would be the host of the ACC Asia Cup 2023 opener and can see their nationwide facet in motion in a multi-team event for the primary time since 1994. It stays considered one of my high priorities to make sure aggressive cricket returns to historic venues throughout the nation.