Pakistan’s debut match in the upcoming World Cup is scheduled for October 6 against Qualifier 1 which is Netherlands in Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Hyderabad. Subsequently, they will face the second Qualifier against Sri Lanka at the same venue.
As the Cricket World Cup Schedule is out now and a high-voltage match is also there. Pakistan vs India is the biggest match of the World Cup 2023. It will be a high-voltage game as India is the host and they will surely have the back of their crazy fans. This big encounter is going to be played on October 15 in Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad which is the biggest cricket stadium in the World. Pakistan has some issues related to the Venue and they are in talks with the ICC regarding the change of Venue. It will be a tough task for Pakistan to beat India in India that too in a World Cup game.
Pakistan has never beaten India in an ODI World Cup match but Pakistani fans are hoping that under the captaincy of Babar Azam Pakistan break the streak of losses against India in a World Cup. That win was a historic win and the match was T20I. Now every Pakistani is hopeful that this time we break the streak of losses against India in the ODI World Cup matches.
Winning the World Cup on Indian soil would be a tremendous achievement for Pakistan, who have only clinched the title once in the 1992 edition held in Australia and New Zealand. Despite their previous successes in the Champions Trophy and T20 World Cup, the team feels they are without an ICC trophy.
Under the captaincy of Babar Azam, Pakistan has shown remarkable progress in the recent World Cup cycle. They have a formidable pace bowling attack, which is considered one of the most dangerous in the tournament. Furthermore, their batting lineup, led by the talismanic Azam, provides stability and strength.
While Pakistan has always possessed exceptional talent, they have struggled to put their efforts in the past. However, this current team is believed to be one of the most talented since the early 90s. They aim to substantiate their potential with tangible achievements in the field.
Here is Pakistan’s complete schedule for the 2023 World Cup:
October 6: Pakistan vs Qualifier 1 at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Hyderabad
October 12: Pakistan vs Qualifier 2 at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Hyderabad
October 15: Pakistan vs India at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad
October 20: Pakistan vs Australia at Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru
October 23: Pakistan vs Afghanistan at Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai
October 27: Pakistan vs South Africa at Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai
October 31: Pakistan vs Bangladesh at Eden Gardens in Kolkata
November 4: Pakistan vs New Zealand at Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru
November 12: Pakistan vs England at Eden Gardens in Kolkata
These matches present significant opportunities for Pakistan to showcase their skills and contend for the World Cup title once again.