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International cricket in 2022–23

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The 2022–23 international cricket season is from September 2022 to April 2023.[1][2] Currently, 27 Tests, 93 One Day Internationals (ODIs) and 104 Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) are scheduled to be held in this season. In women's international cricket 19 Women's One Day Internationals (WODIs) and 28 Women's Twenty20 Internationals (WT20Is) are scheduled to be held in this season. Additionally, a number of other T20I/WT20I matches are also scheduled to be played in series involving associate nations. The 2022 ICC Men's T20 World Cup, the 2022 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup, and the 2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup are all scheduled to take place during this time.[3][4][5] In the round-robin stage of 2022 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup, Thailand beat Pakistan by 4 wickets to register their first ever win in international cricket against the opponents.[6] In July 2022, South Africa withdrew from the three-match ODI series against Australia,[7] after the fixtures clashed with their new domestic T20 league.[8] As a result, Cricket Australia relocated some of its home schedule to include venues that would have hosted the ODI matches.[9] The matches would have formed part of the 2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League, with Cricket South Africa and the International Cricket Council (ICC) agreeing to award the points to Australia.[10]

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Test cricket

Test cricket

Test cricket is a form of first-class cricket played at international level between teams representing full member countries of the International Cricket Council (ICC). A match consists of four innings and is scheduled to last for up to five days. In the past, some Test matches had no time limit and were called Timeless Tests. The term "test match" was originally coined in 1861–62 but in a different context.

One Day International

One Day International

A One Day International (ODI) is a form of limited overs cricket, played between two teams with international status, in which each team faces a fixed number of overs, currently 50, with the game lasting up to 9 hours. The Cricket World Cup, generally held every four years, is played in this format. One Day International matches are also called Limited Overs Internationals (LOI), although this generic term may also refer to Twenty20 International matches. They are major matches and considered the highest standard of List A, limited-overs competition.

Associate international cricket in 2022–23

Associate international cricket in 2022–23

The 2022–23 Associate international cricket season is from September 2022 to April 2023. All official twenty over matches between Associate members of the ICC are eligible to have full Twenty20 International (T20I) or Women's Twenty20 International (WT20I) status, as the International Cricket Council (ICC) granted T20I status to matches between all of its members from 1 July 2018 and 1 January 2019. The season includes all T20I/WT20I cricket series mostly involving ICC Associate members, that are played in addition to series covered in International cricket in 2022–23.

2022 ICC Men's T20 World Cup

2022 ICC Men's T20 World Cup

The 2022 ICC Men's T20 World Cup was the eighth ICC Men's T20 World Cup tournament. It was played in Australia from 16 October to 13 November 2022. Although originally scheduled to be held in 2020, in July 2020, the International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed that the tournament had been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In August 2020, the ICC confirmed that Australia would host the rearranged tournament in 2022, while the T20 World Cup would take place in India in 2021 as originally planned, but that was later moved to the United Arab Emirates and Oman. On 21 January 2022, the ICC confirmed all the fixtures for the tournament. Hosts Australia were also the defending champions.

2022 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup

2022 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup

The 2022 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup was the eighth edition of the Women's Asia Cup tournament which took place from 1 to 15 October 2022 in Sylhet, Bangladesh. The tournament was contested between Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand and United Arab Emirates. On 20 September 2022, the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) announced the schedule of the tournament. Bangladesh were the defending champions, having defeated India by three wickets in the final of the 2018 tournament to win the title for the first time. The tournament was played at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium. The seven teams played in a round-robin stage, with the top four progressing to the semi-finals.

2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup

2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup

The 2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup is scheduled to be the eighth edition of ICC Women's T20 World Cup tournament. It is scheduled to be held in South Africa, from 10 to 26 February 2023. Australia are the defending champions. In November 2020, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced that the tournament had been moved from its original slot at the end of 2022 to February 2023 due to the 2022 FIFA World Cup. On 3 October 2022, the ICC confirmed the fixtures for the tournament.

South African cricket team in Australia in 2022–23

South African cricket team in Australia in 2022–23

The South African national cricket team are scheduled to tour Australia in December 2022 and January 2023 for the first time since 2008-09 to play three Test matches and three ODIs. In May 2022, Cricket Australia confirmed the fixtures for the tour. The Test matches will form part of the 2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship and the ODI series would have formed part of the inaugural 2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League.

SA20 (cricket)

SA20 (cricket)

The SA20 is a Twenty20 franchise cricket tournament to be played in the South Africa. The first edition of the tournament is scheduled to take place between January and February 2023, with six teams based on various South African cities competing. In August 2022, the league was formally named the SA20.

Cricket Australia

Cricket Australia

Cricket Australia (CA), formerly known as the Australian Cricket Board (ACB), is the governing body for professional and amateur cricket in Australia. It was originally formed in 1905 as the 'Australian Board of Control for International Cricket'. It is incorporated as an Australian Public Company, limited by guarantee.

2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League

2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League

The 2020–23 ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League is the ongoing inaugural edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League, a One Day International (ODI) league. The league is taking place from July 2020 to May 2023, and serves as part of the 2023 Cricket World Cup qualification process.

Cricket South Africa

Cricket South Africa

Cricket South Africa (CSA) is the governing body for both professional and amateur cricket in South Africa. In 1991, the separate South African Cricket Union and the South African Cricket Board merged to form the United Cricket Board of South Africa (UCB), ending enforced racial separation governance in South African cricket. Cricket South Africa was formed in 2002, and initially ran parallel to the UCB, before becoming the sole governing body in 2008. As an affiliate of the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee (SASCOC), and a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC), CSA administers all levels of cricket in South Africa, including the national teams in all three formats for both men and women.

International Cricket Council

International Cricket Council

The International Cricket Council (ICC) is the world governing body of cricket. Headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, its members are 108 national associations, with 12 Full Members and 96 Associate Members. Founded in 1909 as the Imperial Cricket Conference, it was renamed the International Cricket Conference in 1965, and took up its current name in 1987.

Season overview

Men's international tours
Start date Home team Away team Results [Matches]
Test ODI T20I
6 September 2022  Australia  New Zealand 3–0 [3]
20 September 2022  India  Australia [4] 2–1 [3]
20 September 2022  Pakistan  England [3] 3–4 [7]
25 September 2022  United Arab Emirates  Bangladesh 0–2 [2]
28 September 2022  India  South Africa 2–1 [3] 2–1 [3]
5 October 2022  Australia  West Indies [2] 2–0 [2]
9 October 2022  Australia  England 3–0 [3] 0–2 [3]
14 November 2022    Nepal  United Arab Emirates 2–1 [3]
18 November 2022  New Zealand  India [3] 0–1 [3]
25 November 2022  Sri Lanka  Afghanistan [3]
December 2022  United Arab Emirates  Afghanistan [3]
4 December 2022  Bangladesh  India [2] [3]
17 December 2022  Australia  South Africa [3] [3][n 1]
27 December 2022  Pakistan  New Zealand [2] [3]
January 2023  India  Sri Lanka [3] [3]
January 2023  Zimbabwe  Ireland [3] [3]
January 2023  India  New Zealand [3] [3]
27 January 2023  South Africa  England [3]
February 2023  Zimbabwe  West Indies [2]
16 February 2023  New Zealand  England [2]
28 February 2023  South Africa  West Indies [2] [3] [3]
9 March 2023  New Zealand  Sri Lanka [2] [3] [3]
March 2023  Bangladesh  England [3] [3]
March 2023  Bangladesh  Ireland [1] [3] [3]
March 2023  Zimbabwe  Netherlands [3]
March 2023  Afghanistan  Australia [3]
31 March 2023  South Africa  Netherlands [2]
April 2023  Sri Lanka  Ireland [1] [2]
13 April 2023  Pakistan  New Zealand [5] [5]
Men's international tournaments
Start date Tournament Winners
11 September 2022 Papua New Guinea 2022 Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series (round 16)
7 October 2022 New Zealand 2022–23 New Zealand Tri-Nation Series  Pakistan
16 October 2022 Australia 2022 ICC Men's T20 World Cup

 England

19 November 2022 Namibia 2022 Namibia Tri-Nation Series (round 17)
1 December 2022 Namibia 2022 Namibia Tri-Nation Series (round 18)
3 December 2022 Malaysia 2022 Malaysia Cricket World Cup Challenge League A
December 2022 Nepal 2022 Nepal Tri-Nation Series
February 2023 Nepal 2023 Nepal Tri-Nation Series
Women's international tours
Start date Home team Away team Results [Matches]
WTest WODI WT20I
19 September 2022  West Indies  New Zealand 1–2 [3] 1–4 [5]
4 November 2022  Pakistan  Ireland 3–0 [3] 1–2 [3]
20 November 2022  Thailand  Netherlands 4–0 [4] [4]
2 December 2022  New Zealand  Bangladesh [3] [3]
4 December 2022  West Indies  England [3] [5]
9 December 2022  India  Australia [5]
16 January 2023  Australia  Pakistan [3] [3]
Women's international tournaments
Start date Tournament Winners
1 October 2022 Bangladesh 2022 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup  India
14 January 2023 South Africa 2023 ICC Under-19 Women's T20 World Cup
19 January 2023 South Africa 2022–23 South Africa Women's Tri-Nation Series
9 February 2023 South Africa 2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup

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Test cricket

Test cricket

Test cricket is a form of first-class cricket played at international level between teams representing full member countries of the International Cricket Council (ICC). A match consists of four innings and is scheduled to last for up to five days. In the past, some Test matches had no time limit and were called Timeless Tests. The term "test match" was originally coined in 1861–62 but in a different context.

One Day International

One Day International

A One Day International (ODI) is a form of limited overs cricket, played between two teams with international status, in which each team faces a fixed number of overs, currently 50, with the game lasting up to 9 hours. The Cricket World Cup, generally held every four years, is played in this format. One Day International matches are also called Limited Overs Internationals (LOI), although this generic term may also refer to Twenty20 International matches. They are major matches and considered the highest standard of List A, limited-overs competition.

Twenty20 International

Twenty20 International

A Twenty20 International (T20I) is a form of cricket, played between two of the international members of the International Cricket Council (ICC), in which each team faces a maximum of twenty overs. The matches have top-class status and are the highest T20 standard. The game is played under the rules of Twenty20 cricket. Starting from the format's inception in 2005, T20I status only applied to Full Members and some Associate Member teams. However, in April 2018, the ICC announced that it would grant T20I status to all its 105 members from 1 January 2019.

Australia national cricket team

Australia national cricket team

The Australia men's national cricket team represents Australia in men's international cricket. As the joint oldest team in Test cricket history, playing in the first ever Test match in 1877, the team also plays One-Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket, participating in both the first ODI, against England in the 1970–71 season and the first T20I, against New Zealand in the 2004–05 season, winning both games. The team draws its players from teams playing in the Australian domestic competitions – the Sheffield Shield, the Australian domestic limited-overs cricket tournament and the Big Bash League.

New Zealand national cricket team

New Zealand national cricket team

The New Zealand national cricket team represents New Zealand in men's international cricket. Named the Black Caps, they played their first Test in 1930 against England in Christchurch, becoming the fifth country to play Test cricket. From 1930 New Zealand had to wait until 1956, more than 26 years, for its first Test victory, against the West Indies at Eden Park in Auckland. They played their first ODI in the 1972–73 season against Pakistan in Christchurch.

India national cricket team

India national cricket team

The India men's national cricket team, also known as Team India or the Men in Blue, represents India in men's international cricket. It is governed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), and is a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) with Test, One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) status.

Pakistan national cricket team

Pakistan national cricket team

The Pakistan national cricket team or Pak cricket team, often referred to as the Shaheens, Green Shirts, Men in Green and Cornered Tigers is administered by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The team is a Full Member of the International Cricket Council, and participates in Test, One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International cricket matches.

England cricket team

England cricket team

The England cricket team represents England and Wales in international cricket. Since 1997, it has been governed by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), having been previously governed by Marylebone Cricket Club since 1903. England, as a founding nation, is a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) with Test, One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) status. Until the 1990s, Scottish and Irish players also played for England as those countries were not yet ICC members in their own right.

United Arab Emirates national cricket team

United Arab Emirates national cricket team

The United Arab Emirates national cricket team is the team that represents the United Arab Emirates in international cricket. They are governed by the Emirates Cricket Board (ECB) which became an Affiliate Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 1989 and an Associate Member the following year. Since 2005, the ICC's headquarters have been located in Dubai.

Bangladesh national cricket team

Bangladesh national cricket team

The Bangladesh men's national cricket team, popularly known as The Tigers, is administered by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). It is a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) with Test, One-Day International (ODI) and T20 International (T20I) status. It played its first Test match in November 2000 against India with a 9 wicket loss in Dhaka, becoming the tenth Test-playing nation.

South Africa national cricket team

South Africa national cricket team

The South Africa national cricket team, also known as the Proteas, represents South Africa in men's international cricket and is administered by Cricket South Africa(CSA). South Africa is a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC), with Test, One-Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) status. Its nickname derives from South Africa's national flower, Protea cynaroides, commonly known as the "King Protea".

Nepal national cricket team

Nepal national cricket team

The Nepal national cricket team nicknamed The Rhinos and Gorkhalis, represents the country of Nepal in International cricket and is governed by the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN). They have been an Associate Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) since 1996. Nepal were awarded Twenty20 International (T20I) status by the ICC in June 2014 until the 2015 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier. On 15 March 2018, Nepal gained One Day International (ODI) status for the first time, after winning the first playoff match in the 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifier. Nepal made their maiden appearance in the ICC global event at the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 in Bangladesh. They have been participating in international matches since 1996, including every ACC Trophy tournaments except 2015 ACC Twenty20 Cup in UAE, where they didn't participate. Nepal also participated in ICC World Cup Qualifier in 2001 2014 and 2018, ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in 2012, 2013 and 2015, ICC Intercontinental Cup in 2004 and 2005, ACC Fast Track Countries Tournament in 2004, 2005 and 2006, ACC Twenty20 Cup in 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013, Asian Games in 2010 and 2014 and ACC Premier League in 2014.

Rankings

The following were the rankings at the beginning of the season.

ICC Men's Test Team Rankings 1 September 2022[11][12]
Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  Australia 19 2,439 128
2  India 29 3,318 114
3  South Africa 21 2,306 110
4  England 39 3,909 100
5  New Zealand 27 2,704 100
6  Pakistan 23 2,111 92
7  Sri Lanka 23 1,916 83
8  West Indies 25 1,988 80
9  Bangladesh 22 1,047 48
10  Zimbabwe 6 148 25
ICC Men's ODI Team Rankings 1 September 2022[13][14]
Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  New Zealand 19 2,355 124
2  England 27 3,226 119
3  India 31 3,447 111
4  Pakistan 22 2,354 107
5  Australia 25 2,548 102
6  South Africa 21 2,111 101
7  Bangladesh 30 2,753 92
8  Sri Lanka 29 2,658 92
9  West Indies 41 2,902 71
10  Afghanistan 18 1,238 69
11  Ireland 23 1,214 53
12  Scotland 27 1,254 46
13  Zimbabwe 25 973 39
14  Netherlands 21 673 32
15  United Arab Emirates 22 697 32
16  United States 23 725 32
Only the top 16 teams are shown
ICC Men's T20I Team Rankings 1 September 2022[15][16]
Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  India 45 12,186 271
2  England 34 8,907 262
3  Pakistan 31 8,046 260
4  South Africa 34 8,787 258
5  New Zealand 38 9,595 252
6  Australia 36 9,009 250
7  West Indies 46 11,093 241
8  Sri Lanka 37 8,476 224
9  Bangladesh 39 8,754 224
10  Afghanistan 24 5,319 222
11  Zimbabwe 39 7,555 194
12  Ireland 47 8,805 187
13  United Arab Emirates 24 4,428 185
14  Namibia 29 5,321 183
15  Scotland 21 3,820 182
16    Nepal 30 5,387 180
Only the top 16 teams are shown
ICC Women's ODI Rankings 1 September 2022[17]
Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  Australia 29 4,837 167
2  England 33 4,046 123
3  South Africa 35 4,157 119
4  India 32 3,219 101
5  New Zealand 31 3,019 97
6  West Indies 30 2,768 92
7  Bangladesh 12 930 78
8  Pakistan 30 1,962 65
9  Ireland 11 516 47
10  Sri Lanka 11 495 45
ICC Women's T20I Rankings 1 September 2022[18]
Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  Australia 27 8,011 297
2  England 34 9,628 283
3  New Zealand 23 6,193 262
4  India 31 8,120 247
5  West Indies 19 4,691 247
6  South Africa 29 7,121 246
7  Pakistan 24 5,454 227
8  Sri Lanka 21 4,251 202
9  Bangladesh 15 2,850 190
10  Thailand 17 2,851 168
11  Ireland 26 4,228 163
12  Zimbabwe 24 3,803 158
13  Scotland 20 3,036 152
14  United Arab Emirates 24 3,263 136
15  Papua New Guinea 9 1,174 130
16  Samoa 6 749 125
Only the top 16 teams are shown

On-going tournaments

The following were the rankings at the beginning of the season.

2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship
Rank Team Series PCT
1  Australia 3 70.00%
2  South Africa 4 60.00%
3  Sri Lanka 5 53.33%
4  India 4 52.08%
5  Pakistan 4 51.85%
6  West Indies 4 50.00%
7  England 5 38.60%
8  New Zealand 4 25.93%
9  Bangladesh 5 13.33%
Full Table
2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League
Rank Team Matches Points
1  India 18 129
2  England 18 125
3  Bangladesh 18 120
4  Pakistan 18 120
5  New Zealand 15 110
6  Afghanistan 12 100
7  Australia 15 90
8  West Indies 24 88
9  Ireland 21 68
10  Sri Lanka 18 62
11  South Africa 13 49
12  Zimbabwe 21 45
13  Netherlands 19 25
Full Table
2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2
Rank Team Matches Points
1  Oman 36 44
2  Scotland 28 40
3  United States 28 28
4  United Arab Emirates 26 27
5  Namibia 18 18
6    Nepal 20 17
7  Papua New Guinea 20 2
Full Table
2019–22 ICC Cricket World Cup Challenge League
League A
Rank Team Matches Points
1  Canada 10 18
2  Singapore 10 14
3  Denmark 10 12
4  Qatar 10 10
5  Vanuatu 10 4
6  Malaysia 10 2
Full Table
2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship
Rank Team Matches Points
1  India 3 6
2  South Africa 3 6
3  Pakistan 3 4
4  Sri Lanka 6 2
5  Ireland 3 0
6  Australia 0 0
7  England 0 0
8  West Indies 0 0
9  Bangladesh 0 0
10  New Zealand 0 0
Full Table

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ICC Men's Test Team Rankings

ICC Men's Test Team Rankings

The ICC Men's Test Team Rankings is an international rankings system of the International Cricket Council for the 12 teams that play Test cricket. The rankings are based on international matches that are otherwise played as part of regular Test cricket scheduling, with no consideration of home or away status.

Australia national cricket team

Australia national cricket team

The Australia men's national cricket team represents Australia in men's international cricket. As the joint oldest team in Test cricket history, playing in the first ever Test match in 1877, the team also plays One-Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket, participating in both the first ODI, against England in the 1970–71 season and the first T20I, against New Zealand in the 2004–05 season, winning both games. The team draws its players from teams playing in the Australian domestic competitions – the Sheffield Shield, the Australian domestic limited-overs cricket tournament and the Big Bash League.

India national cricket team

India national cricket team

The India men's national cricket team, also known as Team India or the Men in Blue, represents India in men's international cricket. It is governed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), and is a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) with Test, One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) status.

South Africa national cricket team

South Africa national cricket team

The South Africa national cricket team, also known as the Proteas, represents South Africa in men's international cricket and is administered by Cricket South Africa(CSA). South Africa is a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC), with Test, One-Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) status. Its nickname derives from South Africa's national flower, Protea cynaroides, commonly known as the "King Protea".

England cricket team

England cricket team

The England cricket team represents England and Wales in international cricket. Since 1997, it has been governed by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), having been previously governed by Marylebone Cricket Club since 1903. England, as a founding nation, is a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) with Test, One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) status. Until the 1990s, Scottish and Irish players also played for England as those countries were not yet ICC members in their own right.

New Zealand national cricket team

New Zealand national cricket team

The New Zealand national cricket team represents New Zealand in men's international cricket. Named the Black Caps, they played their first Test in 1930 against England in Christchurch, becoming the fifth country to play Test cricket. From 1930 New Zealand had to wait until 1956, more than 26 years, for its first Test victory, against the West Indies at Eden Park in Auckland. They played their first ODI in the 1972–73 season against Pakistan in Christchurch.

Pakistan national cricket team

Pakistan national cricket team

The Pakistan national cricket team or Pak cricket team, often referred to as the Shaheens, Green Shirts, Men in Green and Cornered Tigers is administered by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The team is a Full Member of the International Cricket Council, and participates in Test, One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International cricket matches.

Sri Lanka national cricket team

Sri Lanka national cricket team

The Sri Lanka men's national cricket team, nicknamed The Lions, represents Sri Lanka in men's international cricket. It is a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) with Test, One-Day International (ODI) and T20 International (T20I) status. The team first played international cricket in 1926–27, and were later awarded Test status in 1981, which made Sri Lanka the eighth Test cricket playing nation. The team is administered by Sri Lanka Cricket.

West Indies cricket team

West Indies cricket team

The West Indies cricket team, nicknamed the Windies, is a multi-national men's cricket team representing the mainly English-speaking countries and territories in the Caribbean region and administered by Cricket West Indies. The players on this composite team are selected from a chain of fifteen Caribbean nation-states and territories. As of 13 May 2021, the West Indies cricket team is ranked seventh in Tests and ninth in both ODIs and T20Is in the official ICC rankings.

Bangladesh national cricket team

Bangladesh national cricket team

The Bangladesh men's national cricket team, popularly known as The Tigers, is administered by the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB). It is a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) with Test, One-Day International (ODI) and T20 International (T20I) status. It played its first Test match in November 2000 against India with a 9 wicket loss in Dhaka, becoming the tenth Test-playing nation.

Zimbabwe national cricket team

Zimbabwe national cricket team

The Zimbabwe national cricket team, also known as the Chevrons, represents Zimbabwe in men's international cricket and is overseen by Zimbabwe Cricket. Zimbabwe has been a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) since 1992. As of March, 2022, Zimbabwe is currently ranked 10th in Tests, 13th in One Day Internationals (ODIs) and 11th in Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) by the ICC.

ICC Men's ODI Team Rankings

ICC Men's ODI Team Rankings

The ICC Men's ODI Team Rankings is an international One Day International (ODI) cricket rankings system of the International Cricket Council (ICC). After every ODI match, the two teams involved receive points based on a mathematical formula. Each team's points total is divided by their total number of matches played to give a rating, and all the teams are ranked in a table in order of rating.

September

New Zealand in Australia

2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League, Chappell–Hadlee Trophy – ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4461 6 September Aaron Finch Kane Williamson Cazalys Stadium, Cairns  Australia by 2 wickets
ODI 4462 8 September Aaron Finch Kane Williamson Cazalys Stadium, Cairns  Australia by 113 runs
ODI 4464 11 September Aaron Finch Kane Williamson Cazalys Stadium, Cairns  Australia by 25 runs

2022 Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series (round 16)

2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 – Tri-series
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
ODI 4463 11 September 2022  Papua New Guinea Assad Vala  United States Monank Patel Amini Park, Port Moresby Match tied
ODI 4465 13 September 2022  Papua New Guinea Assad Vala  United States Monank Patel Amini Park, Port Moresby  Papua New Guinea by 26 runs
ODI 4466 15 September 2022  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus  United States Monank Patel Amini Park, Port Moresby  Namibia by 79 runs
ODI 4467 17 September 2022  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus  United States Monank Patel Amini Park, Port Moresby  Namibia by 68 runs
ODI 4468 20 September 2022  Papua New Guinea Assad Vala  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus Amini Park, Port Moresby  Namibia by 167 runs
ODI 4469 21 September 2022  Papua New Guinea Assad Vala  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus Amini Park, Port Moresby  Namibia by 61 runs

New Zealand women in the West Indies

2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship – WODI Series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WODI 1291 19 September Hayley Matthews Sophie Devine Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound  New Zealand by 5 runs (DLS)
WODI 1293 22 September Hayley Matthews Sophie Devine Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound  New Zealand by 2 wickets
WODI 1295 25 September Hayley Matthews Sophie Devine Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound  West Indies by 4 wickets
WT20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WT20I 1238 28 September Hayley Matthews Sophie Devine Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound  West Indies by 1 run
WT20I 1241 1 October Hayley Matthews Sophie Devine Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound  New Zealand by 6 wickets
WT20I 1244 2 October Hayley Matthews Sophie Devine Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound  New Zealand by 5 wickets
WT20I 1258 5 October Hayley Matthews Sophie Devine Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound Match tied ( New Zealand won S/O)
WT20I 1265 6 October Hayley Matthews Sophie Devine Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound  New Zealand by 5 wickets

Australia in India

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 1788 20 September Rohit Sharma Aaron Finch Inderjit Singh Bindra Stadium, Mohali  Australia by 4 wickets
T20I 1794 23 September Rohit Sharma Aaron Finch Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Nagpur  India by 6 wickets
T20I 1796 25 September Rohit Sharma Aaron Finch Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium, Hyderabad  India by 6 wickets
2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship – Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[1st Test] February
[2nd Test] February
[3rd Test] March
[4th Test] March

England in Pakistan

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 1789 20 September Babar Azam Moeen Ali National Stadium, Karachi  England by 6 wickets
T20I 1793 22 September Babar Azam Moeen Ali National Stadium, Karachi  Pakistan by 10 wickets
T20I 1795 23 September Babar Azam Moeen Ali National Stadium, Karachi  England by 63 runs
T20I 1798 25 September Babar Azam Moeen Ali National Stadium, Karachi  Pakistan by 3 runs
T20I 1801 28 September Babar Azam Moeen Ali Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  Pakistan by 6 runs
T20I 1802 30 September Babar Azam Moeen Ali Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  England by 8 wickets
T20I 1804 2 October Babar Azam Moeen Ali Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  England by 67 runs
2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship – Test Series
No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
Test 2478 1–5 December Babar Azam Ben Stokes Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi
2nd Test 9–13 December Babar Azam Ben Stokes Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan
3rd Test 17–21 December Babar Azam Ben Stokes National Stadium, Karachi

Bangladesh in the UAE

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 1797 25 September Chundangapoyil Rizwan Nurul Hasan Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai  Bangladesh by 7 runs
T20I 1799 27 September Chundangapoyil Rizwan Nurul Hasan Dubai International Cricket Stadium, Dubai  Bangladesh by 32 runs

South Africa in India

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 1800 28 September Rohit Sharma Temba Bavuma Greenfield International Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram  India by 8 wickets
T20I 1803 2 October Rohit Sharma Temba Bavuma Dr. Bhupen Hazarika Cricket Stadium, Guwahati  India by 16 runs
T20I 1805 4 October Rohit Sharma Temba Bavuma Holkar Stadium, Indore  South Africa by 49 runs
2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League – ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4470 6 October Shikhar Dhawan Temba Bavuma BRSABV Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow  South Africa by 9 runs
ODI 4471 9 October Shikhar Dhawan Keshav Maharaj JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi  India by 7 wickets
ODI 4472 11 October Shikhar Dhawan David Miller Arun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi  India by 7 wickets

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New Zealand cricket team in Australia in 2022–23

New Zealand cricket team in Australia in 2022–23

The New Zealand cricket team toured Australia in September 2022 to play three One Day International (ODI) matches. The ODI matches were played for the Chappell–Hadlee Trophy, and formed part of the inaugural 2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League. In May 2022, Cricket Australia confirmed the fixtures for the tour.

2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League

2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League

The 2020–23 ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League is the ongoing inaugural edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League, a One Day International (ODI) league. The league is taking place from July 2020 to May 2023, and serves as part of the 2023 Cricket World Cup qualification process.

Chappell–Hadlee Trophy

Chappell–Hadlee Trophy

The Chappell–Hadlee Trophy in cricket is a One Day International cricket series between Australia and New Zealand. It is named after legendary cricketing families from the two countries: the Chappell brothers of Australia, and Walter Hadlee and his three sons of New Zealand.

Aaron Finch

Aaron Finch

Aaron James Finch is a Australian international cricketer who captains the Australian cricket team in T20I and formerly captained the national team in ODI cricket. Finch currently holds the record for two of the three highest individual scores in Twenty20 Internationals (T20I), his score of 172 against Zimbabwe in July 2018 beating his previous record of 156 against England in 2013. In July 2018, he became the first player to reach 900 rating points on the official International Cricket Council (ICC) T20I rankings. He made his Test debut for Australia in October 2018. He is also a part time commentator with Fox Cricket and Triple M.

Kane Williamson

Kane Williamson

Kane Stuart Williamson is a New Zealand cricketer who is currently the captain of the New Zealand national team in all formats. He is considered to be one of best batsmen in the world. He is a right-handed batsman and an occasional off spin bowler.

Cazalys Stadium

Cazalys Stadium

Cazalys Stadium is a sports stadium in Cairns, Queensland, Australia. It is situated in the suburb of Westcourt. The stadium is named after the social club which abuts the oval, Cazalys, which itself was named after Australian rules footballer Roy Cazaly.

Cairns

Cairns

Cairns is a city in Queensland, Australia, on the tropical north east coast of Far North Queensland. The population in June 2019 was 153,952, having grown on average 1.02% annually over the preceding five years. The city is the 5th-most-populous in Queensland, and 15th in Australia.

Australia national cricket team

Australia national cricket team

The Australia men's national cricket team represents Australia in men's international cricket. As the joint oldest team in Test cricket history, playing in the first ever Test match in 1877, the team also plays One-Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) cricket, participating in both the first ODI, against England in the 1970–71 season and the first T20I, against New Zealand in the 2004–05 season, winning both games. The team draws its players from teams playing in the Australian domestic competitions – the Sheffield Shield, the Australian domestic limited-overs cricket tournament and the Big Bash League.

2022 Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series (round 16)

2022 Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series (round 16)

The 2022 Papua New Guinea Tri-Nation Series was the 16th round of the 2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 cricket tournament and was played in Papua New Guinea in September 2022. It was a tri-nation series between Namibia, Papua New Guinea and the United States cricket teams, with the matches played as One Day International (ODI) fixtures. The ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 formed part of the qualification pathway to the 2023 Cricket World Cup. Originally scheduled to take place in May 2021, the series was postponed on 12 February 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2

2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2

The 2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 is the first edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup League 2, a cricket tournament which forms part of the 2023 Cricket World Cup Qualification process. It is currently running from August 2019 to February 2023, with all matches played as One Day Internationals (ODIs). Each set of fixtures will take part as a tri-series.

October

2022 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup

Pos Team Pld W L NR Pts NRR
1  India 6 5 1 0 10 3.141
2  Pakistan 6 5 1 0 10 1.806
3  Sri Lanka 6 4 2 0 8 0.888
4  Thailand 6 3 3 0 6 −0.949
5  Bangladesh 6 2 3 1 5 0.423
6  United Arab Emirates 6 1 4 1 3 −2.181
7  Malaysia 6 0 6 0 0 −3.002
Source: ESPN Cricinfo[19]
Round-robin
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
WT20I 1239 1 October  Bangladesh Nigar Sultana  Thailand Naruemol Chaiwai Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Bangladesh by 9 wickets
WT20I 1240 1 October  India Harmanpreet Kaur  Sri Lanka Chamari Athapaththu Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  India by 41 runs
WT20I 1242 2 October  Malaysia Winifred Duraisingam  Pakistan Bismah Maroof Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Pakistan by 9 wickets
WT20I 1243 2 October  Sri Lanka Chamari Athapaththu  United Arab Emirates Chaya Mughal Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Sri Lanka by 11 runs (DLS)
WT20I 1249 3 October  Bangladesh Nigar Sultana  Pakistan Bismah Maroof Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Pakistan by 9 wickets
WT20I 1250 3 October  India Harmanpreet Kaur  Malaysia Winifred Duraisingam Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  India by 30 runs (DLS)
WT20I 1251 4 October  Sri Lanka Chamari Athapaththu  Thailand Naruemol Chaiwai Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Sri Lanka by 49 runs
WT20I 1252 4 October  India Smriti Mandhana  United Arab Emirates Chaya Mughal Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  India by 104 runs
WT20I 1257 5 October  Malaysia Winifred Duraisingam  United Arab Emirates Chaya Mughal Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  United Arab Emirates by 7 wickets
WT20I 1263 6 October  Pakistan Bismah Maroof  Thailand Naruemol Chaiwai Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Thailand by 4 wickets
WT20I 1264 6 October  Bangladesh Nigar Sultana  Malaysia Winifred Duraisingam Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Bangladesh by 88 runs
WT20I 1266 7 October  Thailand Naruemol Chaiwai  United Arab Emirates Chaya Mughal Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Thailand by 19 runs
WT20I 1267 7 October  India Harmanpreet Kaur  Pakistan Bismah Maroof Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Pakistan by 13 runs
WT20I 1268 8 October  Malaysia Winifred Duraisingam  Sri Lanka Chamari Athapaththu Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Sri Lanka by 72 runs
WT20I 1269 8 October  Bangladesh Nigar Sultana  India Smriti Mandhana Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  India by 59 runs
WT20I 1270 9 October  Malaysia Winifred Duraisingam  Thailand Naruemol Chaiwai Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Thailand by 50 runs
WT20I 1271 9 October  Pakistan Bismah Maroof  United Arab Emirates Chaya Mughal Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Pakistan by 71 runs
WT20I 1272 10 October  Bangladesh Nigar Sultana  Sri Lanka Chamari Athapaththu Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Sri Lanka by 3 runs (DLS)
WT20I 1273 10 October  India Smriti Mandhana  Thailand Naruemol Chaiwai Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  India by 9 wickets
WT20I 1273a 11 October  Bangladesh Nigar Sultana  United Arab Emirates Chaya Mughal Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet Match abandoned
WT20I 1274 11 October  Pakistan Bismah Maroof  Sri Lanka Chamari Athapaththu Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Pakistan by 5 wickets
Play-offs
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
WT20I 1275 13 October  India Harmanpreet Kaur  Thailand Naruemol Chaiwai Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  India by 74 runs
WT20I 1276 13 October  Pakistan Bismah Maroof  Sri Lanka Chamari Athapaththu Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  Sri Lanka by 1 run
WT20I 1279 15 October  India Harmanpreet Kaur  Sri Lanka Chamari Athapaththu Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet  India by 8 wickets

West Indies in Australia

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 1806 5 October Aaron Finch Nicholas Pooran Carrara Stadium, Gold Coast  Australia by 3 wickets
T20I 1808 7 October Aaron Finch Nicholas Pooran The Gabba, Brisbane  Australia by 31 runs
2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship – Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
Test 2477 30 November–4 December Pat Cummins Kraigg Brathwaite Perth Stadium, Perth
2nd Test 8–12 December Pat Cummins Kraigg Brathwaite Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

2022–23 New Zealand Tri-Nation Series

Pos Team Pld W L T NR Pts NRR
1  New Zealand 4 3 1 0 0 6 1.133
2  Pakistan 4 3 1 0 0 6 0.132
3  Bangladesh 4 0 4 0 0 0 −1.236
Source: ESPNcricinfo
Round-robin
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
T20I 1807 7 October  Bangladesh Nurul Hasan  Pakistan Babar Azam Hagley Oval, Christchurch  Pakistan by 21 runs
T20I 1809 8 October  New Zealand Kane Williamson  Pakistan Babar Azam Hagley Oval, Christchurch  Pakistan by 6 wickets
T20I 1811 9 October  New Zealand Kane Williamson  Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan Hagley Oval, Christchurch  New Zealand by 8 wickets
T20I 1815 11 October  New Zealand Kane Williamson  Pakistan Babar Azam Hagley Oval, Christchurch  New Zealand by 9 wickets
T20I 1816 12 October  New Zealand Tim Southee  Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan Hagley Oval, Christchurch  New Zealand by 48 runs
T20I 1818 13 October  Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan  Pakistan Babar Azam Hagley Oval, Christchurch  Pakistan by 7 wickets
Final
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
T20I 1819 14 October  New Zealand Kane Williamson  Pakistan Babar Azam Hagley Oval, Christchurch  Pakistan by 5 wickets

England in Australia

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 1812 9 October Aaron Finch Jos Buttler Perth Stadium, Perth  England by 8 runs
T20I 1817 12 October Aaron Finch Jos Buttler Manuka Oval, Canberra  England by 8 runs
T20I 1820 14 October Aaron Finch Jos Buttler Manuka Oval, Canberra No result
ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4475 17 November Pat Cummins Jos Buttler Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  Australia by 6 wickets
ODI 4477 19 November Josh Hazlewood Moeen Ali Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  Australia by 72 runs
ODI 4480 22 November Pat Cummins Jos Buttler Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  Australia won by 221 runs (DLS)

2022 ICC Men's T20 World Cup

Group stage
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
T20I 1823 16 October  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus  Sri Lanka Dasun Shanaka Kardinia Park, Geelong  Namibia by 55 runs
T20I 1825 16 October  Netherlands Scott Edwards  United Arab Emirates Chundangapoyil Rizwan Kardinia Park, Geelong  Netherlands by 3 wickets
T20I 1826 17 October  Scotland Richie Berrington  West Indies Nicholas Pooran Bellerive Oval, Hobart  Scotland by 42 runs
T20I 1828 17 October  Ireland Andrew Balbirnie  Zimbabwe Craig Ervine Bellerive Oval, Hobart  Zimbabwe by 31 runs
T20I 1830 18 October  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus  Netherlands Scott Edwards Kardinia Park, Geelong  Netherlands by 5 wickets
T20I 1832 18 October  Sri Lanka Dasun Shanaka  United Arab Emirates Chundangapoyil Rizwan Kardinia Park, Geelong  Sri Lanka by 79 runs
T20I 1833 19 October  Ireland Andrew Balbirnie  Scotland Richie Berrington Bellerive Oval, Hobart  Ireland by 6 wickets
T20I 1834 19 October  West Indies Nicholas Pooran  Zimbabwe Regis Chakabva Bellerive Oval, Hobart  West Indies by 31 runs
T20I 1835 20 October  Netherlands Scott Edwards  Sri Lanka Dasun Shanaka Kardinia Park, Geelong  Sri Lanka by 16 runs
T20I 1836 20 October  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus  United Arab Emirates Chundangapoyil Rizwan Kardinia Park, Geelong  United Arab Emirates by 7 runs
T20I 1837 21 October  Ireland Andrew Balbirnie  West Indies Nicholas Pooran Bellerive Oval, Hobart  Ireland by 9 wickets
T20I 1838 21 October  Scotland Richie Berrington  Zimbabwe Craig Ervine Bellerive Oval, Hobart  Zimbabwe by 5 wickets

Super 12

Super 12
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
T20I 1839 22 October  Australia Aaron Finch  New Zealand Kane Williamson Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  New Zealand by 89 runs
T20I 1840 22 October  Afghanistan Mohammad Nabi  England Jos Buttler Perth Stadium, Perth  England by 5 wickets
T20I 1841 23 October  Ireland Andrew Balbirnie  Sri Lanka Dasun Shanaka Bellerive Oval, Hobart  Sri Lanka by 9 wickets
T20I 1842 23 October  India Rohit Sharma  Pakistan Babar Azam Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  India by 4 wickets
T20I 1843 24 October  Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan  Netherlands Scott Edwards Bellerive Oval, Hobart  Bangladesh by 9 runs
T20I 1844 24 October  South Africa Temba Bavuma  Zimbabwe Craig Ervine Bellerive Oval, Hobart No result
T20I 1845 25 October  Australia Aaron Finch  Sri Lanka Dasun Shanaka Perth Stadium, Perth  Australia by 7 wickets
T20I 1846 26 October  England Jos Buttler  Ireland Andrew Balbirnie Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  Ireland by 5 runs (DLS)
T20I 1846a 26 October  Afghanistan Mohammad Nabi  New Zealand Kane Williamson Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Match abandoned
T20I 1847 27 October  Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan  South Africa Temba Bavuma Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  South Africa by 104 runs
T20I 1848 27 October  India Rohit Sharma  Netherlands Scott Edwards Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  India by 56 runs
T20I 1849 27 October  Pakistan Babar Azam  Zimbabwe Craig Ervine Perth Stadium, Perth  Zimbabwe by 1 run
T20I 1849a 28 October  Afghanistan Mohammad Nabi  Ireland Andrew Balbirnie Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Match abandoned
T20I 1849b 28 October  Australia Aaron Finch  England Jos Buttler Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne Match abandoned
T20I 1850 29 October  New Zealand Kane Williamson  Sri Lanka Dasun Shanaka Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  New Zealand by 65 runs
T20I 1851 30 October  Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan  Zimbabwe Craig Ervine The Gabba, Brisbane  Bangladesh by 3 runs
T20I 1852 30 October  Netherlands Scott Edwards  Pakistan Babar Azam Perth Stadium, Perth  Pakistan by 6 wickets
T20I 1853 30 October  India Rohit Sharma  South Africa Temba Bavuma Perth Stadium, Perth  South Africa by 5 wickets
T20I 1855 31 October  Australia Aaron Finch  Ireland Andrew Balbirnie The Gabba, Brisbane  Australia by 42 runs
T20I 1856 1 November  Afghanistan Mohammad Nabi  Sri Lanka Dasun Shanaka The Gabba, Brisbane  Sri Lanka by 6 wickets
T20I 1858 1 November  England Jos Buttler  New Zealand Kane Williamson The Gabba, Brisbane  England by 20 runs
T20I 1859 2 November  Netherlands Scott Edwards  Zimbabwe Craig Ervine Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  Netherlands by 5 wickets
T20I 1860 2 November  Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan  India Rohit Sharma Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  India by 5 runs (DLS)
T20I 1861 3 November  Pakistan Babar Azam  South Africa Temba Bavuma Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  Pakistan by 33 runs (DLS)
T20I 1862 4 November  Ireland Andrew Balbirnie  New Zealand Kane Williamson Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  New Zealand by 35 runs
T20I 1864 4 November  Afghanistan Mohammad Nabi  Australia Matthew Wade Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  Australia by 4 runs
T20I 1867 5 November  England Jos Buttler  Sri Lanka Dasun Shanaka Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  England by 4 wickets
T20I 1871 6 November  Netherlands Scott Edwards  South Africa Temba Bavuma Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  Netherlands by 13 runs
T20I 1872 6 November  Bangladesh Shakib Al Hasan  Pakistan Babar Azam Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  Pakistan by 5 wickets
T20I 1873 6 November  India Rohit Sharma  Zimbabwe Craig Ervine Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  India by 71 runs

Finals

Semi-Finals
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
T20I 1877 9 November  New Zealand Kane Williamson  Pakistan Babar Azam Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  Pakistan by 7 wickets
T20I 1878 10 November  England Jos Buttler  India Rohit Sharma Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  England by 10 wickets
Final
T20I 1879 13 November  England Jos Buttler  Pakistan Babar Azam Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  England by 5 wickets

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2022 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup

2022 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup

The 2022 Women's Twenty20 Asia Cup was the eighth edition of the Women's Asia Cup tournament which took place from 1 to 15 October 2022 in Sylhet, Bangladesh. The tournament was contested between Bangladesh, India, Malaysia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand and United Arab Emirates. On 20 September 2022, the Asian Cricket Council (ACC) announced the schedule of the tournament. Bangladesh were the defending champions, having defeated India by three wickets in the final of the 2018 tournament to win the title for the first time. The tournament was played at the Sylhet International Cricket Stadium. The seven teams played in a round-robin stage, with the top four progressing to the semi-finals.

Net run rate

Net run rate

Net run rate (NRR) is a statistical method used in analysing teamwork and/or performance in cricket. It is the most commonly used method of ranking teams with equal points in limited overs league competitions, similar to goal difference in football.

India women's national cricket team

India women's national cricket team

The India women's national cricket team, also known as Team India or Women in Blue, represents India in women's international cricket. It is governed by Board of Control for Cricket in India

Pakistan women's national cricket team

Pakistan women's national cricket team

The Pakistan women's national cricket team represents Pakistan in international women's cricket. One of eight teams competing in the ICC Women's Championship, the team is organised by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Sri Lanka women's national cricket team

Sri Lanka women's national cricket team

The Sri Lanka women's national cricket team represents Sri Lanka in international women's cricket. One of eight teams competing in the ICC Women's Championship, the team is organised by Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC), a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Bangladesh women's national cricket team

Bangladesh women's national cricket team

The Bangladesh women's national cricket team is the team that represents the country of Bangladesh in international women's cricket matches. They made their international debut when they played, and won, two matches against Thailand in July 2007 before participating in and winning the 2007 ACC Women's Tournament. Bangladesh were granted One-Day International (ODI) status in 2011 after finishing fifth in the 2011 Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier. They subsequently qualified for the 2014 ICC Women's World Twenty20, making their first appearance at a top-level women's international tournament. They are the current champion of ACC Women's Asia Cup.

Malaysia women's national cricket team

Malaysia women's national cricket team

The Malaysian women's cricket team is the team that represents the country of Malaysia in international women's cricket matches. The team made its debut against Singapore on 30 April 2006, winning by 58 runs. In August 2017, Malaysia won the bronze medal in the women's tournament at the 2017 Southeast Asian Games.

Nigar Sultana (cricketer)

Nigar Sultana (cricketer)

Nigar Sultana is a Bangladeshi cricketer and captain of the Bangladesh women's national cricket team in the WODI and the WT20I formats. She is a wicketkeeper and right hand batter who bats in the middle order.

Naruemol Chaiwai

Naruemol Chaiwai

Naruemol Chaiwai is a Thai cricketer. In April 2021, the Cricket Association of Thailand appointed her as the captain of the Thailand women's team, replacing Sornnarin Tippoch.

Sylhet

Sylhet

Sylhet is a metropolitan city in northeastern Bangladesh. It is the administrative seat of the Sylhet Division. Located on the north bank of the Surma River at the eastern tip of Bengal, Sylhet has a subtropical climate and lush highland terrain. The city has a population of more than half a million and is one of the largest cities in Bangladesh after Dhaka, Chittagong and Khulna. Sylhet is one of Bangladesh's most important spiritual and cultural centres. Furthermore, it is one of the most economically important cities after Dhaka and Chittagong. The city produces the highest amount of tea and natural gas.

Harmanpreet Kaur

Harmanpreet Kaur

Harmanpreet Kaur is an Indian cricketer who serves as the captain of the India Women's National Cricket Team in all formats. She plays as an all-rounder for the Indian women's cricket team; and was awarded the Arjuna Award for Cricket in the year 2017 by the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports.

Chamari Athapaththu

Chamari Athapaththu

Atapattu Mudiyanselage Chamari Jayangani is a Sri Lankan cricketer and the current captain of the women's Twenty20 International team of Sri Lanka. She had a short stint as the captain of the Sri Lanka women's team, and was succeeded by the previous captain Shashikala Siriwardene. Chamari was the tenth captain for Sri Lanka women's national cricket team, winning only one ODI, with 13 losses. In November 2017, she was named the Women's Cricketer of the Year for the 2016–17 season at Sri Lanka Cricket's annual awards. She is the first Sri Lankan woman to play in franchise cricket.

November

Ireland women in Pakistan

2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship – WODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WODI 1296 4 November Bismah Maroof Laura Delany Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  Pakistan by 128 runs
WODI 1297 6 November Bismah Maroof Laura Delany Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  Pakistan by 9 wickets
WODI 1298 9 November Bismah Maroof Laura Delany Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  Pakistan by 5 wickets
WT20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WT20I 1293 12 November Bismah Maroof Laura Delany Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  Ireland by 6 wickets
WT20I 1300 14 November Bismah Maroof Laura Delany Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  Pakistan by 6 wickets
WT20I 1304 16 November Bismah Maroof Laura Delany Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore  Ireland by 34 runs

United Arab Emirates in Nepal

ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4473 14 November Rohit Paudel Chundangapoyil Rizwan Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur  United Arab Emirates by 84 runs
ODI 4474 16 November Rohit Paudel Chundangapoyil Rizwan Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur    Nepal by 3 wickets
ODI 4476 18 November Rohit Paudel Chundangapoyil Rizwan Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kirtipur    Nepal by 6 wickets

India in New Zealand

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 1891a 18 November Kane Williamson Hardik Pandya Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington Match abandoned
T20I 1898 20 November Kane Williamson Hardik Pandya Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui  India by 65 runs
T20I 1911 22 November Tim Southee Hardik Pandya McLean Park, Napier Match tied (DLS)
2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League – ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4483 25 November Kane Williamson Shikhar Dhawan Eden Park, Auckland  New Zealand by 7 wickets
ODI 4487 27 November Kane Williamson Shikhar Dhawan Seddon Park, Hamilton No result
ODI 4489 30 November Kane Williamson Shikhar Dhawan Hagley Oval, Christchurch

2022 Namibia Tri-Nation Series (round 17)

2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 – Tri-series
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
ODI 4478 19 November  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus  Papua New Guinea Assad Vala Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek  Namibia by 8 wickets
ODI 4479 20 November  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus  United States Monank Patel Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek  United States by 71 runs
ODI 4481 22 November  Papua New Guinea Assad Vala  United States Monank Patel Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek  United States by 6 wickets
ODI 4482 23 November  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus  Papua New Guinea Assad Vala Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek  Namibia by 3 wickets
ODI 4484 25 November  Papua New Guinea Assad Vala  United States Monank Patel Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek  United States by 35 runs
ODI 4486 26 November  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus  United States Monank Patel Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek  Namibia by 6 wickets

Netherlands women in Thailand

WODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WODI 1299 20 November Naruemol Chaiwai Heather Siegers Royal Chiangmai Golf Club, Mae Faek  Thailand won by 100 runs (DLS)
WODI 1300 22 November Naruemol Chaiwai Heather Siegers Royal Chiangmai Golf Club, Mae Faek  Thailand won by 8 runs
WODI 1301 24 November Naruemol Chaiwai Heather Siegers Royal Chiangmai Golf Club, Mae Faek  Thailand won by 99 runs
WODI 1302 26 November Naruemol Chaiwai Babette de Leede Royal Chiangmai Golf Club, Mae Faek  Thailand won by 7 wickets
WT20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WT20I 1305 29 November Naruemol Chaiwai Heather Siegers Royal Chiangmai Golf Club, Mae Faek
WT20I 1306 30 November Naruemol Chaiwai Heather Siegers Royal Chiangmai Golf Club, Mae Faek
3rd WT20I 2 December Naruemol Chaiwai Heather Siegers Royal Chiangmai Golf Club, Mae Faek
4th WT20I 3 December Naruemol Chaiwai Heather Siegers Royal Chiangmai Golf Club, Mae Faek

Afghanistan in Sri Lanka

2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League – ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4485 25 November Dasun Shanaka Hashmatullah Shahidi Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele  Afghanistan by 60 runs
ODI 4488 27 November Dasun Shanaka Hashmatullah Shahidi Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele
ODI 4490 30 November Dasun Shanaka Hashmatullah Shahidi Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Pallekele

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Ireland women's cricket team in Pakistan in 2022–23

Ireland women's cricket team in Pakistan in 2022–23

The Ireland women's cricket team toured Pakistan in November 2022 to play three Women's One Day Internationals (WODIs) and three Women's Twenty20 Internationals (WT20Is). All of the matches were played at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore. The WODI matches formed part of the 2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship. This was the first time that a senior Ireland national team has played a series in Pakistan. Going into the series, Pakistan held a record of 12 wins from 18 WODI matches against Ireland, and the last time the two sides met in the format was in February 2017.

2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship

2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship

The 2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship is the third edition of the ICC Women's Championship, a Women's One Day International cricket (WODI) competition that is being contested by ten teams, to determine qualification for the 2025 Women's Cricket World Cup. The top five teams, along with the yet to be announced host nation, will qualify directly for the World Cup. The bottom four teams and the top two teams from the WODI rankings will progress to a Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament. Each team will play a total of eight three-match series, with four of them played at home, and four played away.

Bismah Maroof

Bismah Maroof

Bismah Maroof is a Pakistani cricketer who plays as an all-rounder, batting left-handed and bowling right-arm leg break. In June 2022, she became the most runs scorer for Pakistani women's cricket team in both ODI and T20I formats. She has appeared for Pakistan in over 200 matches, captained the side between 2013 and 2020, and was the first woman to score 1,000 runs in ODIs for Pakistan. In April 2021, Maroof took a break from cricket to give birth, before confirming her return to availability in December 2021 ahead of the 2022 World Cup. She has played domestic cricket for Lahore, Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited and Pakistan Universities. As of 2022, she currently holds the world record for having scored the most number of runs in the history of Women's ODIs without a single career century with 2746 runs.

Laura Delany

Laura Delany

Laura Katherine Delany is an Irish cricketer who currently captains Typhoons and Ireland. She is a right-handed batter and right-arm medium pace bowler. Delany made her debut for Ireland in a Women's One-Day International (WODI) against New Zealand at Kibworth Cricket Club New Ground in July 2010. In July 2021, during Ireland's home series against the Netherlands, Delany broke the captaincy record for her team, leading them for the 63rd time, passing Isobel Joyce's record of 62 matches as captain.

Gaddafi Stadium

Gaddafi Stadium

Gaddafi Stadium, previously known as Lahore Stadium is a cricket stadium in Lahore, Pakistan and the home ground of Lahore Qalandars. It is owned by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). With a capacity of 27,000, it is the fourth largest cricket stadium of Pakistan. Gaddafi Stadium was the first in Pakistan to be equipped with modern floodlights having their own standby power generators. The headquarters of the Pakistan Cricket Board are situated at Gaddafi Stadium, thus making it the home of the Pakistan national cricket team.

Lahore

Lahore

Lahore is the second most populous city in Pakistan after Karachi and 26th most populous city in the world, with a population of over 13 million. It is situated in north-east of the country close to the International border with India. It is the capital of the province of Punjab where it is the largest city. Lahore is one of Pakistan's major industrial and economic hubs, with an estimated GDP (PPP) of $84 billion as of 2019. It is the largest city as well as historic and cultural capital of the wider Punjab region, and is one of Pakistan's most socially liberal, progressive, and cosmopolitan cities.

Pakistan women's national cricket team

Pakistan women's national cricket team

The Pakistan women's national cricket team represents Pakistan in international women's cricket. One of eight teams competing in the ICC Women's Championship, the team is organised by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

December

2022 Namibia Tri-Nation Series (round 18)

2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 – Tri-series
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
1st ODI 1 December  Namibia  Scotland Richie Berrington Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek
2nd ODI 2 December  Namibia    Nepal Rohit Paudel Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek
3rd ODI 4 December    Nepal Rohit Paudel  Scotland Richie Berrington Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek
4th ODI 5 December  Namibia  Scotland Richie Berrington Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek
5th ODI 7 December  Namibia    Nepal Rohit Paudel Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek
6th ODI 8 December    Nepal Rohit Paudel  Scotland Richie Berrington Wanderers Cricket Ground, Windhoek

Bangladesh women in New Zealand

WT20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st WT20I 2 December Hagley Oval, Christchurch
2nd WT20I 4 December University of Otago Oval, Dunedin
3rd WT20I 7 December Queenstown Events Centre, Queenstown
2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship – WODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st WODI 11 December Basin Reserve, Wellington
2nd WODI 14 December McLean Park, Napier
3rd WODI 18 December Seddon Park, Hamilton

2022 Malaysia Cricket World Cup Challenge League A

2019–2022 ICC Cricket World Cup Challenge League – List A series
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
1st List A 3 December  Singapore Amjad Mahboob  Vanuatu Patrick Matautaava Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur
2nd List A 4 December  Malaysia Ahmad Faiz  Denmark Hamid Shah Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur
3rd List A 4 December  Canada Saad Bin Zafar  Qatar Mohammed Rizlan UKM-YSD Cricket Oval, Bangi
4th List A 6 December  Canada Saad Bin Zafar  Singapore Amjad Mahboob Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur
5th List A 6 December  Malaysia Ahmad Faiz  Vanuatu Patrick Matautaava UKM-YSD Cricket Oval, Bangi
6th List A 7 December  Qatar Mohammed Rizlan  Vanuatu Patrick Matautaava Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur
7th List A 7 December  Denmark Hamid Shah  Singapore Amjad Mahboob UKM-YSD Cricket Oval, Bangi
8th List A 9 December  Canada Saad Bin Zafar  Denmark Hamid Shah Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur
9th List A 9 December  Malaysia Ahmad Faiz  Qatar Mohammed Rizlan UKM-YSD Cricket Oval, Bangi
10th List A 10 December  Malaysia Ahmad Faiz  Singapore Amjad Mahboob Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur
11th List A 10 December  Denmark Hamid Shah  Vanuatu Patrick Matautaava UKM-YSD Cricket Oval, Bangi
12th List A 12 December  Canada Saad Bin Zafar  Vanuatu Patrick Matautaava Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur
13th List A 12 December  Qatar Mohammed Rizlan  Singapore Amjad Mahboob UKM-YSD Cricket Oval, Bangi
14th List A 13 December  Denmark Hamid Shah  Qatar Mohammed Rizlan Bayuemas Oval, Kuala Lumpur
15th List A 13 December  Malaysia Ahmad Faiz  Canada Saad Bin Zafar UKM-YSD Cricket Oval, Bangi

India in Bangladesh

ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st ODI 4 December Tamim Iqbal Rohit Sharma Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur
2nd ODI 7 December Tamim Iqbal Rohit Sharma Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur
3rd ODI 10 December Tamim Iqbal Rohit Sharma Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chattogram
2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship – Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st Test 14–18 December Rohit Sharma Zohur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chattogram
2nd Test 22–26 December Rohit Sharma Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Mirpur

England women in the West Indies

2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship – WODI Series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st WODI 4 December Heather Knight Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound
2nd WODI 6 December Heather Knight Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound
3rd WODI 9 December Heather Knight Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound
WT20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st WT20I 11 December Heather Knight Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound
2nd WT20I 14 December Heather Knight Kensington Oval, Bridgetown
3rd WT20I 17 December Heather Knight Kensington Oval, Bridgetown
4th WT20I 18 December Heather Knight Kensington Oval, Bridgetown
5th WT20I 22 December Heather Knight Kensington Oval, Bridgetown

Australia women in India

WT20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st WT20I 9 December Alyssa Healy DY Patil Stadium, Mumbai
2nd WT20I 11 December Alyssa Healy DY Patil Stadium, Mumbai
3rd WT20I 14 December Alyssa Healy Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
4th WT20I 17 December Alyssa Healy Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai
5th WT20I 20 December Alyssa Healy Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai

South Africa in Australia

In July 2022, South Africa withdrew from the three-match ODI series against Australia, after the fixtures clashed with their new domestic T20 league.[20] The World Cup Super League points for the three matches were awarded to Australia.[21]

2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship – Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st Test 17–21 December Dean Elgar The Gabba, Brisbane
2nd Test 26–30 December Dean Elgar Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
3rd Test 4–8 January Dean Elgar Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League – ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st ODI 12 January Bellerive Oval, Hobart Match cancelled
2nd ODI 14 January Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney Match cancelled
3rd ODI 17 January Perth Stadium, Perth Match cancelled

Afghanistan in the United Arab Emirates

New Zealand in Pakistan (December 2022)

2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship – Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st Test 27–31 December National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi
2nd Test 4–8 January Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan
2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League – ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st ODI 11 January National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi
2nd ODI 13 January National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi
3rd ODI 15 January National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi

2022 Nepal Tri-Nation Series

2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 – Tri-series
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
[ 1st ODI] December Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kathmandu
[ 2nd ODI] December Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kathmandu
[ 3rd ODI] December Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kathmandu
[ 4th ODI] December Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kathmandu
[ 5th ODI] December Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kathmandu
[ 6th ODI] December Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kathmandu

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2022 Namibia Tri-Nation Series (round 18)

2022 Namibia Tri-Nation Series (round 18)

The 2022 Namibia Tri-Nation Series is scheduled to be the 18th round of the 2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 cricket tournament and take place in Namibia in December 2022. It will be a tri-nation series between Namibia, Nepal and the Scotland cricket teams, with the matches played as One Day International (ODI) fixtures. The ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 forms part of the qualification pathway to the 2023 Cricket World Cup.

2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2

2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2

The 2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 is the first edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup League 2, a cricket tournament which forms part of the 2023 Cricket World Cup Qualification process. It is currently running from August 2019 to February 2023, with all matches played as One Day Internationals (ODIs). Each set of fixtures will take part as a tri-series.

Namibia national cricket team

Namibia national cricket team

The Namibia national cricket team, nicknamed the Eagles, is the men's team that represents the Republic of Namibia in international cricket. It is organised by Cricket Namibia which became an associate member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 1992.

Scotland national cricket team

Scotland national cricket team

The Scotland national cricket team represents the country of Scotland. They play their home matches at The Grange, Edinburgh, and also some other venues.

Richie Berrington

Richie Berrington

Richard Douglas Berrington is a Scottish cricketer. He played for Scotland in the 2006 Under-19 Cricket World Cup in Sri Lanka, and has since played first-class, One Day International, and List A cricket for Scotland. In June 2022, Berrington was named as the captain of the national team, after Kyle Coetzer stepped down from leading the side.

Wanderers Cricket Ground

Wanderers Cricket Ground

Wanderers Cricket Ground is a cricket ground in Windhoek, Namibia. The first recorded match on the ground was in 1990 when Namibia played the Netherlands.

Windhoek

Windhoek

Windhoek is the capital and largest city of Namibia. It is located in central Namibia in the Khomas Highland plateau area, at around 1,700 metres (5,600 ft) above sea level, almost exactly at the country's geographical centre. The population of Windhoek in 2020 was 431,000 which is growing continually due to an influx from all over Namibia.

Nepal national cricket team

Nepal national cricket team

The Nepal national cricket team nicknamed The Rhinos and Gorkhalis, represents the country of Nepal in International cricket and is governed by the Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN). They have been an Associate Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) since 1996. Nepal were awarded Twenty20 International (T20I) status by the ICC in June 2014 until the 2015 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier. On 15 March 2018, Nepal gained One Day International (ODI) status for the first time, after winning the first playoff match in the 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifier. Nepal made their maiden appearance in the ICC global event at the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 in Bangladesh. They have been participating in international matches since 1996, including every ACC Trophy tournaments except 2015 ACC Twenty20 Cup in UAE, where they didn't participate. Nepal also participated in ICC World Cup Qualifier in 2001 2014 and 2018, ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in 2012, 2013 and 2015, ICC Intercontinental Cup in 2004 and 2005, ACC Fast Track Countries Tournament in 2004, 2005 and 2006, ACC Twenty20 Cup in 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013, Asian Games in 2010 and 2014 and ACC Premier League in 2014.

Rohit Paudel

Rohit Paudel

Rohit Kumar Paudel is a Nepalese cricketer and current captain of the Nepal national cricket team. He made his List A debut for Nepal in the 2018 ICC World Cricket League Division Two tournament on 8 February 2018. He was inspired to play cricket, after Nepal played in the ICC T20 World Cup in Bangladesh. In January 2019, he became the youngest male cricketer to score an international half-century. The record was broken in February 2020, by his team-mate Kushal Malla. He is also all time highest run scorer of Nepal in ODI format and First Nepalese player to score 500 runs in ODI cricket.Rohit Paudel was named captain of the Nepali National Cricket Team on November 12th, 2022.

January

2023 ICC Under-19 Women's T20 World Cup

Pakistan women in Australia

2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship – WODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st WODI 16 January Allan Border Field, Brisbane
2nd WODI 18 January Allan Border Field, Brisbane
3rd WODI 21 January North Sydney Oval, Sydney
WT20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st WT20I 24 January North Sydney Oval, Sydney
2nd WT20I 26 January Bellerive Oval, Hobart
3rd WT20I 29 January Manuka Oval, Canberra

2022–23 South Africa Women's Tri-Nation Series

Pos Team Pld W L T NR Pts NRR
1  South Africa 0 0 0 0 0 0
2  India 0 0 0 0 0 0
3  West Indies 0 0 0 0 0 0
Source:
Tri-series
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
1st WT20I 19 January  South Africa  India Buffalo Park, East London
2nd WT20I 21 January  South Africa  West Indies Buffalo Park, East London
3rd WT20I 23 January  India  West Indies Buffalo Park, East London
4th WT20I 25 January  South Africa  West Indies Buffalo Park, East London
5th WT20I 28 January  South Africa  India Buffalo Park, East London
6th WT20I 30 January  India  West Indies Buffalo Park, East London
Final WT20I 2 February Buffalo Park, East London

Sri Lanka in India

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[1st T20I] January
[2nd T20I] January
[3rd T20I] January
ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[1st ODI] January
[2nd ODI] January
[3rd ODI] January

Ireland in Zimbabwe

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[1st T20I] January
[2nd T20I] January
[3rd T20I] January
ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[1st ODI] January
[2nd ODI] January
[3rd ODI] January

New Zealand in India

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[1st T20I] January
[2nd T20I] January
[3rd T20I] January
ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[1st ODI] January
[2nd ODI] January
[3rd ODI] January

England in South Africa

2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League – ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st ODI 27 January Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein
2nd ODI 29 January Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein
3rd ODI 1 February De Beers Diamond Oval, Kimberley

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2023 ICC Under-19 Women's T20 World Cup

2023 ICC Under-19 Women's T20 World Cup

The 2023 ICC Under-19 Women's T20 World Cup will be the first edition of the ICC Women's Under-19 Cricket World Cup, scheduled to be hosted by South Africa in 2023. In April 2021, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced that the tournament had been moved from its original slot at the end of 2021 to January 2023 because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship

2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship

The 2022–2025 ICC Women's Championship is the third edition of the ICC Women's Championship, a Women's One Day International cricket (WODI) competition that is being contested by ten teams, to determine qualification for the 2025 Women's Cricket World Cup. The top five teams, along with the yet to be announced host nation, will qualify directly for the World Cup. The bottom four teams and the top two teams from the WODI rankings will progress to a Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament. Each team will play a total of eight three-match series, with four of them played at home, and four played away.

Allan Border Field

Allan Border Field

Allan Border Field is a cricket ground in the Brisbane suburb of Albion in Queensland. The Australian Cricket Academy has been based at the oval since 2004 using it as a base for the development of elite cricketers throughout Australia.

Brisbane

Brisbane

Brisbane is the capital and most populous city of the Australian state of Queensland, and the third-most populous city in Australia and Oceania, with a population of approximately 2.6 million. Brisbane lies at the centre of the South East Queensland metropolitan region, which encompasses a population of around 3.8 million. The Brisbane central business district is situated within a peninsula of the Brisbane River about 15 km (9 mi) from its mouth at Moreton Bay, a bay of the Coral Sea. Brisbane is located in the hilly floodplain of the Brisbane River Valley between Moreton Bay and the Taylor and D'Aguilar mountain ranges. It sprawls across several local government areas, most centrally the City of Brisbane, Australia's most populous local government area. The demonym of Brisbane is Brisbanite.

North Sydney Oval

North Sydney Oval

North Sydney Oval is a multi-use sporting facility in North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, owned and operated by North Sydney Council. First used as a cricket ground in 1867, it is also used for Australian rules football, rugby league, rugby union and soccer.

Bellerive Oval

Bellerive Oval

Bellerive Oval, known commercially as Blundstone Arena for sponsorship reasons, is a cricket and Australian rules football ground located in Bellerive, a suburb on the eastern shore of Hobart, Australia, holding 20,000 people - the second largest capacity stadium in Tasmania. It is the only venue in Tasmania which hosts international cricket matches.

Hobart

Hobart

Hobart is the capital and most populous city of the Australian island state of Tasmania. Home to almost half of all Tasmanians, it is the least-populated Australian state capital city, and second-smallest if territories are taken into account, before Darwin, Northern Territory. Hobart is located in Tasmania's south-east on the estuary of the River Derwent, making it the most southern of Australia's capital cities. Its skyline is dominated by the 1,271-metre (4,170 ft) kunanyi/Mount Wellington, and its harbour forms the second-deepest natural port in the world, with much of the city's waterfront consisting of reclaimed land. The metropolitan area is often referred to as Greater Hobart, to differentiate it from the City of Hobart, one of the five local government areas that cover the city. It has a mild maritime climate.

Manuka Oval

Manuka Oval

Manuka Oval is a sporting venue in Canberra, the capital of Australia. It is located in Griffith, in the area of that suburb known as Manuka. Manuka Oval has a seating capacity of 13,550 people and an overall capacity of 16,000 people, although this is lower for some sports depending on the configuration used. The area on which the ground is situated has been used for sport since the early 20th century, but was only enclosed in 1929. It has since undergone several redevelopments, most recently beginning in 2011.

Canberra

Canberra

Canberra is the capital city of Australia. Founded following the federation of the colonies of Australia as the seat of government for the new nation, it is Australia's largest inland city and the eighth-largest city overall. The city is located at the northern end of the Australian Capital Territory at the northern tip of the Australian Alps, the country's highest mountain range. As of June 2021, Canberra's estimated population was 453,558.

Net run rate

Net run rate

Net run rate (NRR) is a statistical method used in analysing teamwork and/or performance in cricket. It is the most commonly used method of ranking teams with equal points in limited overs league competitions, similar to goal difference in football.

South Africa national cricket team

South Africa national cricket team

The South Africa national cricket team, also known as the Proteas, represents South Africa in men's international cricket and is administered by Cricket South Africa(CSA). South Africa is a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC), with Test, One-Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) status. Its nickname derives from South Africa's national flower, Protea cynaroides, commonly known as the "King Protea".

India national cricket team

India national cricket team

The India men's national cricket team, also known as Team India or the Men in Blue, represents India in men's international cricket. It is governed by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), and is a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) with Test, One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) status.

February

2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup

Group stage
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
1st Match 10 February  South Africa  Sri Lanka Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
2nd Match 10 February  England  West Indies Boland Park, Paarl
3rd Match 11 February  Australia  New Zealand Boland Park, Paarl
4th Match 12 February  Pakistan  India Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
5th Match 12 February  Bangladesh  Sri Lanka Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
6th Match 13 February  England  Ireland Boland Park, Paarl
7th Match 13 February  South Africa  New Zealand Boland Park, Paarl
8th Match 14 February  Australia  Bangladesh St George's Park Cricket Ground, Gqeberha
9th Match 15 February  West Indies  India Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
10th Match 15 February  Pakistan  Ireland Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
11th Match 16 February  Australia  Sri Lanka St George's Park Cricket Ground, Gqeberha
12th Match 17 February  Bangladesh  New Zealand Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
13th Match 17 February  Ireland  West Indies Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
14th Match 18 February  England  India St George's Park Cricket Ground, Gqeberha
15th Match 18 February  Australia  South Africa St George's Park Cricket Ground, Gqeberha
16th Match 19 February  Pakistan  West Indies Boland Park, Paarl
17th Match 19 February  New Zealand  Sri Lanka Boland Park, Paarl
18th Match 20 February  Ireland  India St George's Park Cricket Ground, Gqeberha
19th Match 21 February  Pakistan  England Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
20th Match 21 February  Bangladesh  South Africa Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town

Finals

Semi-Finals
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
1st Semi-final 23 February TBD TBD Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
2nd Semi-final 24 February TBD TBD Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
Final
Final 26 February TBD TBD Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town

England in New Zealand

Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st Test 16–20 February Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui
2nd Test 24–28 February Basin Reserve, Wellington

2023 Nepal Tri-Nation Series

2019–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 – Tri-series
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
[ 1st ODI] February Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kathmandu
[ 2nd ODI] February Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kathmandu
[ 3rd ODI] February Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kathmandu
[ 4th ODI] February Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kathmandu
[ 5th ODI] February Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kathmandu
[ 6th ODI] February Tribhuvan University International Cricket Ground, Kathmandu

West Indies in South Africa

2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship — Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st Test 28 February – 4 March Centurion Park, Centurion
2nd Test 8–12 March Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st ODI 16 March Buffalo Park, East London
2nd ODI 18 March Buffalo Park, East London
3rd ODI 21 March Senwes Park, Potchefstroom
T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st T20I 25 March Centurion Park, Centurion
2nd T20I 26 March Centurion Park, Centurion
3rd T20I 28 March Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

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2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup

2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup

The 2023 ICC Women's T20 World Cup is scheduled to be the eighth edition of ICC Women's T20 World Cup tournament. It is scheduled to be held in South Africa, from 10 to 26 February 2023. Australia are the defending champions. In November 2020, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced that the tournament had been moved from its original slot at the end of 2022 to February 2023 due to the 2022 FIFA World Cup. On 3 October 2022, the ICC confirmed the fixtures for the tournament.

Net run rate

Net run rate

Net run rate (NRR) is a statistical method used in analysing teamwork and/or performance in cricket. It is the most commonly used method of ranking teams with equal points in limited overs league competitions, similar to goal difference in football.

Australia women's national cricket team

Australia women's national cricket team

The Australian women's national cricket team represent Australia in international women's cricket. Currently captained by Meg Lanning and coached by Shelley Nitschke, they are the top team in all world rankings assigned by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for the women's game.

Bangladesh women's national cricket team

Bangladesh women's national cricket team

The Bangladesh women's national cricket team is the team that represents the country of Bangladesh in international women's cricket matches. They made their international debut when they played, and won, two matches against Thailand in July 2007 before participating in and winning the 2007 ACC Women's Tournament. Bangladesh were granted One-Day International (ODI) status in 2011 after finishing fifth in the 2011 Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier. They subsequently qualified for the 2014 ICC Women's World Twenty20, making their first appearance at a top-level women's international tournament. They are the current champion of ACC Women's Asia Cup.

New Zealand women's national cricket team

New Zealand women's national cricket team

The New Zealand women's national cricket team, nicknamed the White Ferns, represents New Zealand in international women's cricket. One of eight teams competing in the ICC Women's Championship, the team is organised by New Zealand Cricket, a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

South Africa women's national cricket team

South Africa women's national cricket team

The South Africa women's national cricket team, nicknamed the Proteas, represents South Africa in international women's cricket. One of eight teams competing in the ICC Women's Championship, the team is organised by Cricket South Africa (CSA), a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

England women's cricket team

England women's cricket team

The England women's cricket team represents England and Wales in international women's cricket. The team is administrated by England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB); they played their first Tests in 1934–35, when they beat Australia 2–0 in a three-Test series. Their current captain is Heather Knight. There is also an England Women's Academy team, consisting of players just below the full England squad.

India women's national cricket team

India women's national cricket team

The India women's national cricket team, also known as Team India or Women in Blue, represents India in women's international cricket. It is governed by Board of Control for Cricket in India

Ireland women's cricket team

Ireland women's cricket team

The Ireland women's cricket team represents Ireland in international women's cricket. Cricket in Ireland is governed by Cricket Ireland and organised on an All-Ireland basis, meaning the Irish women's team represents both Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Pakistan women's national cricket team

Pakistan women's national cricket team

The Pakistan women's national cricket team represents Pakistan in international women's cricket. One of eight teams competing in the ICC Women's Championship, the team is organised by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Newlands Cricket Ground

Newlands Cricket Ground

Newlands Cricket Ground in Cape Town is a South African cricket ground. It is the home of the Cape Cobras, who play in the Sunfoil Series, Momentum 1 Day Cup and RamSlam Pro20 competitions. It is also a venue for Test matches, ODIs and T20Is. Newlands is regarded as one of the most beautiful cricket grounds in the world, being overlooked by Table Mountain and Devil's Peak. It is close to Newlands Stadium, which is a rugby union and football venue. The cricket ground opened in 1888. In March 2019, it was announced that the owners of Newlands Cricket Ground, the Western Province Cricket Association, went into partnership with Sanlam, to form a new office-block development as part of the cricket ground.

Cape Town

Cape Town

Cape Town is one of South Africa's three capital cities, serving as the seat of the Parliament of South Africa. It is the legislative capital of the country, the oldest city in the country, and the second largest. Colloquially named the Mother City, it is the largest city of the Western Cape province, and is managed by the City of Cape Town metropolitan municipality. The other two capitals are Pretoria, the executive capital, located in Gauteng, where the Presidency is based, and Bloemfontein, the judicial capital in the Free State, where the Supreme Court of Appeal is located.

March

Sri Lanka in New Zealand

2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship — Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st Test 9–13 March Hagley Oval, Christchurch
2nd Test 17–21 March Basin Reserve, Wellington
2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League – ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st ODI 25 March Eden Park, Auckland
2nd ODI 28 March Hagley Oval, Christchurch
3rd ODI 31 March Seddon Park, Hamilton
T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st T20I 2 April Eden Park, Auckland
2nd T20I 5 April University Oval, Dunedin
3rd T20I 8 April Queenstown Events Centre, Queenstown

England in Bangladesh

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[1st T20I] March
[2nd T20I] March
[3rd T20I] March
2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League – ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[1st ODI] March
[2nd ODI] March
[3rd ODI] March

Ireland in Bangladesh

Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[Only Test] March
T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[1st T20I] March
[2nd T20I] March
[3rd T20I] March
ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[1st ODI] March
[2nd ODI] March
[3rd ODI] March

Netherlands in South Africa

2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League – ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st ODI 31 March Willowmoore Park, Benoni
2nd ODI 2 April Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

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2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship

2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship

The 2021–2023 ICC World Test Championship is the second edition of the ICC World Test Championship of Test cricket. It started on 4 August 2021 and is scheduled to finish on 31 March 2023.

Hagley Oval

Hagley Oval

Hagley Oval is a cricket ground in Hagley Park in the central city of Christchurch, New Zealand. The first recorded match on the ground was in 1867, when Canterbury cricket team hosted Otago cricket team. Canterbury used the ground infrequently from then through until the 1920s, but hardly stopped during World War I.

Christchurch

Christchurch

Christchurch is the largest city in the South Island of New Zealand and the seat of the Canterbury Region. Christchurch lies on the South Island's east coast, just north of Banks Peninsula on Pegasus Bay. The Avon River / Ōtākaro flows through the centre of the city, with an urban park along its banks. The city's territorial authority population is 389,300 people, and includes a number of smaller urban areas as well as rural areas. The population of the urban area is 377,900 people. Christchurch is the second-largest city by urban area population in New Zealand, after Auckland. It is the major urban area of an emerging sub-region known informally as Greater Christchurch. Notable smaller urban areas within this sub-region include Rangiora and Kaiapoi in Waimakariri District, north of the Waimakariri River, and Rolleston and Lincoln in Selwyn District to the south.

Basin Reserve

Basin Reserve

The Basin Reserve is a cricket ground in Wellington, New Zealand. It has been used for Test matches, and is the main home ground for the Wellington Firebirds first-class team. The Basin Reserve is the only cricket ground to have New Zealand Historic Place status as it is the oldest Test cricket ground in the country. The ground has been used for events other than cricket, such as concerts, sports events and other social gatherings, but now it is mostly used for cricket, particularly Test matches.

2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League

2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League

The 2020–23 ICC Men's Cricket World Cup Super League is the ongoing inaugural edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League, a One Day International (ODI) league. The league is taking place from July 2020 to May 2023, and serves as part of the 2023 Cricket World Cup qualification process.

Eden Park

Eden Park

Eden Park is New Zealand's largest sports stadium, with a capacity of 50,000. Located in central Auckland, New Zealand's largest city, it is three kilometres southwest of the CBD, on the boundary between the suburbs of Mount Eden and Kingsland. It opened in 1900. The south stand was rebuilt for the 2011 Rugby World Cup. The stadium is used primarily for rugby union in winter and cricket in summer, and it has hosted rugby league and association football matches. It is owned by Eden Park Trust Board, whose headquarters are located in the stadium.

Auckland

Auckland

Auckland is a large metropolitan city in the North Island of New Zealand. The most populous urban area in the country and the fifth largest city in Oceania, Auckland has an urban population of about 1,440,300. It is located in the greater Auckland Region—the area governed by Auckland Council—which includes outlying rural areas and the islands of the Hauraki Gulf, and which has a total population of 1,695,200. While Europeans continue to make up the plurality of Auckland's population, the city became multicultural and cosmopolitan in the late-20th century, with Asians accounting for 31% of the city's population in 2018. Auckland has the fourth largest foreign-born population in the world, with 39% of its residents born overseas. With its large population of Pasifika New Zealanders, the city is also home to the biggest ethnic Polynesian population in the world. The Māori-language name for Auckland is Tāmaki Makaurau, meaning "Tāmaki desired by many", in reference to the desirability of its natural resources and geography.

Hamilton, New Zealand

Hamilton, New Zealand

Hamilton is an inland city in the North Island of New Zealand. Located on the banks of the Waikato River, it is the seat and most populous city of the Waikato region. With a territorial population of 179,900, it is the country's fourth most-populous city. Encompassing a land area of about 110 km2 (42 sq mi), Hamilton is part of the wider Hamilton Urban Area, which also encompasses the nearby towns of Ngāruawāhia, Te Awamutu and Cambridge. In 2020, Hamilton was awarded the title of most beautiful large city in New Zealand.

Dunedin

Dunedin

Dunedin is the second-largest city in the South Island of New Zealand, and the principal city of the Otago region. Its name comes from Dùn Èideann, the Scottish Gaelic name for Edinburgh, the capital of Scotland. The city has a rich Scottish, Chinese and Māori heritage.

Queenstown Events Centre

Queenstown Events Centre

Queenstown Events Centre, John Davies Oval, or Davies Park is a multi-purpose sports complex and stadium located in Queenstown, Otago in the South Island of New Zealand.

Queenstown, New Zealand

Queenstown, New Zealand

Queenstown is a resort town in Otago in the south-west of New Zealand's South Island. It has an urban population of 15,800.

English cricket team in Bangladesh in 2022–23

English cricket team in Bangladesh in 2022–23

The England cricket team were scheduled to tour Bangladesh in September and October 2021 to play three One Day International (ODI) and three Twenty20 International (T20I) matches. The ODI series would have formed part of the inaugural 2020–2023 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League. The T20I matches would have been used as preparation for the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup. However, in August 2021, the tour was postponed due to fixture congestion and the ongoing Covid pandemic.

April

Ireland in Sri Lanka

Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[Only Test] April
ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
[1st ODI] April
[2nd ODI] April

New Zealand in Pakistan (April 2023)

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st T20I 13 April National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi
2nd T20I 15 April National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi
3rd T20I 16 April National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi
4th T20I 19 April National Bank Cricket Arena, Karachi
5th T20I 23 April Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
1st ODI 26 April Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
2nd ODI 28 April Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore
3rd ODI 1 May Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi
4th ODI 4 May Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi
5th ODI 7 May Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi

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Irish cricket team in Sri Lanka in 2022–23

Irish cricket team in Sri Lanka in 2022–23

The Ireland cricket team are scheduled to tour Sri Lanka in April 2023 to play one Test and two One Day International (ODI) matches.

New Zealand cricket team in Pakistan in 2022–23 (April 2023)

New Zealand cricket team in Pakistan in 2022–23 (April 2023)

The New Zealand cricket team are scheduled to tour Pakistan in April 2023 to play five One Day International (ODI) matches and five Twenty20 International (T20I) matches. The tour is to make up for the series that was postponed in September 2021. In April 2022, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) confirmed that the series would be taking place. In May 2022, New Zealand Cricket confirmed that they would compensate the PCB for the postponed series, as well as playing extra matches on the tour. All five ODIs played in the series are not part of the Super League. In October 2022, the PCB announced the fixtures for the tour.

National Bank Cricket Arena

National Bank Cricket Arena

The National Bank Cricket Arena is a cricket stadium in Karachi, Pakistan, owned by the Pakistan Cricket Board. It is the home ground of Karachi Kings and Karachi's many other domestic cricket teams. It is the largest cricket stadium in Pakistan with a capacity of 34,228 spectators. It was built in early 1950s under the supervision of senior civil engineer Mr. Abdul Rasheed Khan (WP) and Mr. Kafiluddin (EP), was formally inaugurated in April 1955. In October 2022, the National Bank of Pakistan and the PCB agreed to a five-year naming-rights agreement, and resulted in the Stadium's new title, National Bank Cricket Arena.

Karachi

Karachi

Karachi is the most populous city in Pakistan and one of the most populous cities in the world, with a population of over 20 million. It is situated at the southern tip of the country along the Arabian Sea coast. It is the former capital of Pakistan and capital of the province of Sindh. Ranked as a beta-global city, it is Pakistan's premier industrial and financial centre, with an estimated GDP of over $200 billion (PPP) as of 2021. Karachi paid $9billion as tax during fiscal year July 2021 to May 2022 according to FBR report. Karachi is Pakistan's most cosmopolitan city, linguistically, ethnically, and religiously diverse, as well as one of Pakistan's most secular and socially liberal cities. Karachi serves as a transport hub, and contains Pakistan’s two largest seaports, the Port of Karachi and Port Qasim, as well as Pakistan's busiest airport, Jinnah International Airport. Karachi is also a media center, home to news channels, film and fashion industry of Pakistan. Most of multinational companies and banks have their headquarters in Karachi. Karachi is also a tourism hub due to its scenic beaches, historic buildings and shopping malls.

Gaddafi Stadium

Gaddafi Stadium

Gaddafi Stadium, previously known as Lahore Stadium is a cricket stadium in Lahore, Pakistan and the home ground of Lahore Qalandars. It is owned by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). With a capacity of 27,000, it is the fourth largest cricket stadium of Pakistan. Gaddafi Stadium was the first in Pakistan to be equipped with modern floodlights having their own standby power generators. The headquarters of the Pakistan Cricket Board are situated at Gaddafi Stadium, thus making it the home of the Pakistan national cricket team.

Lahore

Lahore

Lahore is the second most populous city in Pakistan after Karachi and 26th most populous city in the world, with a population of over 13 million. It is situated in north-east of the country close to the International border with India. It is the capital of the province of Punjab where it is the largest city. Lahore is one of Pakistan's major industrial and economic hubs, with an estimated GDP (PPP) of $84 billion as of 2019. It is the largest city as well as historic and cultural capital of the wider Punjab region, and is one of Pakistan's most socially liberal, progressive, and cosmopolitan cities.

Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium

Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium

Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium is a cricket stadium located in Rawalpindi in the Punjab province of Pakistan. It is near to Pir Meher Ali Shah University, Rawalpindi, and Rawalpindi Arts Council, Rawalpindi. The first international match at the stadium was played on 19 January 1992, when Sri Lanka faced Pakistan in an ODI. The stadium hosted its first Test match in 1993, when Zimbabwe were the visitors.

Rawalpindi

Rawalpindi

Rawalpindi, is the capital city of Rawalpindi Division located in the Punjab province of Pakistan. Rawalpindi is the 4th largest city proper in Pakistan after Karachi, Lahore and Faisalabad respectively. Rawalpindi is 3rd largest city of Punjab after Lahore and Faisalabad respectively, while the larger Islamabad-Rawalpindi metropolitan area is the country's fourth largest metropolitan area. Rawalpindi is adjacent to Pakistan's capital of Islamabad, and the two are jointly known as the "twin cities" on account of strong social and economic links between the cities.

Source: "International cricket in 2022–23", Wikipedia, Wikimedia Foundation, (2022, November 27th), https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_cricket_in_2022–23.

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Notes
  1. ^ In July 2022, South Africa withdrew from the ODI series due to the matches clashing with a new domestic T20 league, with the points being awarded to Australia.
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