The 13th edition of Men's Cricket World Cup will be hosted in India! The Men's Cricket World Cup 2023 has been rescheduled to take place during Diwali, in the months of October and November. This will be the first time that India will host an Cricket World Cup tournament as the sole nation. The Bharat Army will be there in huge numbers to support the Men in Blue and we want you to join us as we fight to bring the cup back home.
In the latest edition, England won their maiden Cricket World Cup in 2019 against the Black Caps and that was also the first-ever Super Over in ODIs. The total attendance during the 2019 Cricket World Cup was 752,000! That was historic, and we shall recreate the history together in India.
The format of the 2023 Men's Cricket World Cup will feature ten teams, and India being the host's have already qualified for the tournament. For the remaining teams, the top seven countries among the thirteen competitors in the Super League will qualify for the Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. And for the remaining two slots a total of five teams will battle it out among the Associate sides in the 2023 Cricket World Cup Qualifier.
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