The Pakistan cricket squad will begin its ODI World Cup 2023 campaign against the Netherlands and Sri Lanka, as the teams have been finalised.
The qualifying phase for the highly awaited ODI World Cup 2023 is coming to a finish, determining the teams that will compete in the big event. Sri Lanka and the Netherlands finished first and second in the qualifiers, sealing their places in the tournament. As a result, Pakistan’s first two games, which were originally planned against qualifying nations, will now be played against the Netherlands and Sri Lanka.
Pakistan’s schedule for the forthcoming ODI World Cup in India in 2023 has been finalised, with opponents and venues confirmed. The team’s campaign will begin with games against the Netherlands and Sri Lanka. The highly anticipated encounter against archrival India will be held at Ahmedabad’s historic Narendra Modi Stadium. In the group stage, Pakistan will also face Australia, Afghanistan, South Africa, Bangladesh, New Zealand, and England.
With a difficult group of opponents, Pakistan’s World Cup trip will put their skills, tactics, and resilience to the test. Cricket fans all across the world are looking forward to the competition, hoping to see exciting moments and remarkable performances from Pakistan and the other countries competing.
Regardless of the final’s result, Netherlands will qualify as Qualifier 1 while Sri Lanka will be Qualifier 2.