India to Face Pakistan on October 15 in Cricket World Cup 2023: Pakistan and Team India will square off during the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2023. On October 15, the game will be held at the Narendra Modi Cricket Stadium in Ahmedabad. The World Cup starts on October 5 and concludes on November 19 in Ahmedabad. This World Cup, which lasts for one and a half months, will include ten teams. An India vs. Pakistan encounter draws interest from all over the world since it is considered the “Mother of All Battles” in international cricket. A billion people were watching on TV and online when India played their longtime rivals in India, while many more were present in the stadium. India and Pakistan have seen comparable success percentages in the most recent encounters. Meanwhile, India has never suffered a loss against Pakistan in an ODI World Cup.
India to Face Pakistan on October 15 in Cricket World Cup 2023
At the World Cup, Rohit Sharma will captain India, while Babar Azam will captain Pakistan. Pakistan has only won the World Cup once, whereas India has won it twice, in 1983 and 2011. Imran Khan served as the leader throughout the victory, which occurred in Australia in 1992. When the World Cup was last held in India, MS Dhoni served as the captain, and the hosts prevailed.
The Team India itinerary is shown below.
- AUS vs. IND, Oct. 8 in Chennai
- Oct. 11: IND vs. AFG in Delhi
- Ahmedabad, October 15: IND vs. PAK
- Oct. 19, Pune, IND vs. BAN
- IND against NZ, October 22 at Dharamsala
- Oct. 29: IND vs. ENG, Lucknow
- Qualifier vs. IND, November 2, Mumbai
- Kolkata, November 5, IND vs. SA
- Qualifier vs. India, November 11, Bengaluru
All eyes will be on the India vs. Australia and India vs. England matches in addition to the India vs. Pakistan encounter, which is the biggest game of the tournament. For the first time since 2016, when they visited for the T20 World Cup, the Pakistan cricket team will go to India for a match of cricket. Not to mention, India has never suffered an ODI World Cup loss to Pakistan. Babar Azam and company will try to make history by defeating India in their opening 50-over World Cup encounter.