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Which stadiums will host 2023 World Cup?

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Which stadiums will host 2023 World Cup?




A total of 10 grounds will play host to the 13th edition of the World Glass, from Dharamsala within the north to as distant south as Bangalore and Chennai.


Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad


The largest sports stadium in the world will have the tournament opener on 5 October, the India v Pakistan fixture on 14 October, and the tournament last slated for 19 November.


The 132,000-capacity venue’s redevelopment was completed in 2021, hosting a day-night Test between India and England, as well as the final two IPL finals.


Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru


It won’t be until 20 October for the Chinnaswamy Stadium’s first match at Cricket World Cup 2023, though the venue will be sure to see its fair share of activity as the competition heads towards the commerce end.


Australia take on Pakistan there in the ground’s first coordinate, likely managing the semi-final prospects of each group. Babar Azam’s charges and Unused Zealand feature there twice, and face each other on 4 November.


With boundary sizes of around 65 meters, tall scores are anticipated.


M.A. Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai


The stadium will have five recreations at the tournament, including the first matches for Australia and India of the campaign on 8 October. Pakistan’s assembly with South Africa, the final coordinate at the ground on 27 October, could prove to springboard either team’s campaign for the trophy.


On the Indian Sea, the ground will likely be the most humid across all venues.


Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi


A scene soaks in cricketing history, the pace of the wicket in India’s capital has sped up, proposing higher scores than numbers may recommend.


Bangladesh take on Sri Lanka in the last game there on 6 November, a coordinate both would have circled in their calendars as a must win.


Himachal Pradesh Cricket Association (HPCA) Stadium, Dharamsala


One for the bucket list, the HPCA Stadium has held global tournament cricket through the Men’s and Women’s T20 World Cup


With its picturesque views of the Himalayan mountains in the distance, the ground is on the smaller side and should see high-scoring encounters, beginning on 7 October when Afghanistan and Bangladesh meet.


Eden Gardens, Kolkata


Before the Narendra Modi Stadium’s renovation, Eden Gardens held the title for the biggest scene in India with a capacity of 68,000.


The ground won’t see action until 28 October, though it will be the backdrop for vital cricket at the backend, with five matches, counting one of the semi-finals.


The ground is known for its energetic pitch and breezy conditions another to the Hooghly Stream.



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Which stadiums will host 2023 World Cup?