Cricket Schedule 2023: India vs Australia, WTC FINAL, The Ashes, ICC ODI World CUP, Check TOP 10 Cricket Battles to watch out for in YEAR 2023: Follow CRICKET LIVE SCORE with InsideSport

Cricket Schedule 2023: Cricket fans around the world have a lot to look forward to in 2023 across formats. Be it the…

Cricket Schedule 2023, India vs Australia, WTC FINAL, The Ashes, ICC ODI World CUP, Indian Cricket, ICC FTP, IND vs AUS, New Zealand vs Pakistan, IND vs SL

Cricket Schedule 2023: Cricket fans around the world have a lot to look forward to in 2023 across formats. Be it the World Test Championship Final at the Oval in June or the biggest cricket rivalry, the Ashes, to follow after that in England, test cricket lovers cannot keep quiet in 2023. Indian cricket fans, too, have a lot to look forward to. Before the IPL, Australia will tour India for a 4-Test series as a part of the Border Gavaskar series. To top it all, India will also host the 50-over World Cup toward the end of the year in October, with England as the defending champions. Follow Cricket LIVE updates on Insidesport.IN

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Cricket Schedule 2023: India vs Australia, WTC FINAL, The Ashes, ICC ODI World CUP, Check TOP 10 Cricket Battles to watch out for in YEAR 2023: Follow CRICKET LIVE SCORE with InsideSport

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1. World Test Championship Final 2021-2023 cycle

The World Test Championship 2021-2023 cycle is quickly drawing towards a close. India after registering 2-0 win over Bangladesh have strengthened their position at the number second spot. Australia continues to stay at the top, after a strong showing against West Indies first, and now against South Africa at home.

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WTC Finals Race: How IND vs BAN 2nd test result changes scenario?

  • With the win against Bangladesh, India can now finish with 68.06% points.
  • India needed 100 runs with 6 wickets in hand on Day 4 in the Dhaka Test.
  • India struggled but Ashwin and Shreyas Iyer helped India pull off a win.
  • The win helps India consolidate 2nd spot in WTC table ahead of SouthAfrica and behind Australia.
  • For India to reach the WTC Finals, they need to win three of their last four Tests.
  • With 4 tests vs leaders Australia, India can only afford 1 loss in 4 games.
  • If Australia win the Test series against SouthAfrica 3-0, India need to just win the series against Australia at home.
  • If SA bounce back and beat Australia 2-1, SA will be in the fray.
  • If SA also win against West Indies 2-0, they will go above India in the race with 69.77%.
  • In the case, India need to win 3-1 or 2-0 against Australia.
  • The two above series result will ensure India over 60% percentage points.

Cricket Schedule 2023: India vs Australia, WTC FINAL, The Ashes, ICC ODI World CUP, Check TOP 10 Cricket Battles to watch out for in YEAR 2023: Follow CRICKET LIVE SCORE with InsideSport

Things can still change pretty quickly going into the last leg of the WTC cycle. The final is likely to be played in the first or second week of June, with the Oval as the host this time around.

Remaining Tests in WTC 2021-23 cycle

  • Aus vs SA 3* Australia Dec 2022 – Jan 2023
  • Pak vs NZ 2 Pakistan Dec 2022 – Jan 2023
  • Ind vs Aus 4 India Feb – Mar 2023
  • SA vs WI 2 South Africa Mar 2023
  • NZ vs SL 2 New Zealand Mar 2023


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2. India vs Australia – Border Gavaskar Series: February – March 2023

Test cricket returns to India in grand style, with India hosting Australia in a four-match series beginning February 9 at the VCA Stadium in Nagpur. The three remaining tests will be held in Delhi, Dharamsala, and Ahmedabad. Australia last visited India in 2016, and it was a close series that the hosts won by a 2-1 margin. Since then, India has toured Australia twice, coming out on top both times by a 2-1 score. Since 2016, India has retained control of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, and over a billion cricket fans will be hoping for the same result in 2023.

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3. Men’s ODI World Cup – October to November 2023

The men’s cricket 50-over World Cup will be up for grabs towards the end of the year. India will host the quadrennial event for the first time since 2011. The tournament will be played between October and November, and the top 10 teams will participate in the mega event. A total of 48 matches will be played, and England will be the defending champions, having won the World Cup in 2019. For the first time, India will host the entirety of the World Cup, with no co-hosts this time around. The last three editions of the World Cup have been won by hosts: 2015 by Australia and 2019 by England, and with India not winning any ICC titles since 2013, this provides them a golden chance to end their title drought.

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4. The Ashes 2023: England vs Australia – June 16, 2023 – July 31, 2023

2023 is also the year of the Ashes. This time Australia will be on tour in England to take part in the 5-Test series, which is a regular affair in any Ashes series. The 1st Test begins from June 16 at the Edgbaston in Birmingham. The other four venues are Lord’s, Headingley, Manchester, and the Oval. Australia currently holds the Ashes after they decimated England 4-0 at home under Pat Cummins’ captaincy in the 2021-22 season at home.

England, under Ben Stokes’s leadership and Brendon McCullum’s regime, look like a completely different unit and have lost just one out of the last 10 matches. England also holds the edge playing at home over Australia. The Baggy Greens haven’t been able to bat against England at home since the turn of the century. Their best result came in 2019, when they drew the series 2-2 under Tim Paine’s leadership.


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