England ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule

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Reigning champion England will be keen to lift the trophy a second successive time. The Jos Buttler-led side has some terrific batters who can win games on their own in any conditions. England will take on New Zealand in the World Cup 2023 opening match, a rematch of the 2019 final, which England won extraordinarily. 

England ODI World Cup 2023 Fixtures

After a group stage exit in the 2015 World Cup, England has reversed its fortunes in white-ball cricket. A new approach, which saw them overhaul the team, resulted in England winning the first-ever ODI World Cup and lifting the T20 World Cup in 2022. The Buttler’s men are undoubtedly the favorites to win a second ODI World Cup.  

England begins its World Cup 2023 campaign against New Zealand in Ahmedabad. They will meet Asian nations Bangladesh and Afghanistan in their second and third fixtures. The all-exciting clashes against India and Australia will be played on October 29 and November 4, respectively. England will sign off its league stage campaign against Pakistan on November 11 at Eden Gardens Stadium.    

England ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule

DateOpponentVenueTime (IST)
Oct 5New ZealandNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM 
Oct 10BangladeshHPCA Stadium, Dharamsala10:30 AM
Oct 15AfghanistanArun Jaitley Stadium, Delhi2:00 PM 
Oct 21South AfricaWankhede Stadium, Mumbai2:00 PM 
Oct 26Sri LankaM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru2:00 PM
Oct 29IndiaEkana Cricket Stadium2:00 PM
Nov 4AustraliaNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad2:00 PM
Nov 8NetherlandsMCA International Stadium, Pune2:00 PM
Nov 11PakistanEden Gardens Stadium, Kolkata2:00 PM

Warm-up Fixtures

England will play two warm-up fixtures ahead of their World Cup 2023 opener. The British outfit will take on India and Bangladesh on September 30 and October 2, respectively. 

  • England vs India – September 30 at Greenfield Stadium, Trivandrum (2:00 PM)
  • England vs Bangladesh – October 2 at Barsapara Cricket Stadium, Guwahati (2:00 PM)

England’s Head-to-Head Record in ODI World Cup vs 2023 World Cup Teams

England will meet the nine teams once in the league stage. Let us look at England’s head-to-head record against the teams they will square off in the ODI World Cup 2023:

  1. vs Afghanistan (Played: 2, Won: 2, Lost: 0)
  2. vs Australia (Played: 9, Won: 3, Lost: 6)
  3. vs Bangladesh  (Played: 4, Won: 2, Lost: 2)
  4. vs India (Played: 8, Won: 4, Lost: 3, Tied: 1)
  5. vs Netherlands (Played: 3, Won: 3, Lost: 0)
  6. vs New Zealand (Played: 10, Won: 5, Lost: 5)
  7. vs Pakistan (Played: 10, Won: 4, Lost: 5, No Result: 1)
  8. vs South Africa (Played: 7, Won: 4, Lost: 3)
  9. vs Sri Lanka (Played: 11, Won: 6, Lost: 5)

Concluding Thoughts

England is the No 1 team to watch out for in the World Cup 2023. The star-studded batting line-up and excellent bowlers make them one of the strongest teams in the tournament. It wouldn’t be surprising if Buttler and his men lift the ODI World Cup title on November 19 at Narendra Modi Stadium.  

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FAQs about England ODI World Cup 2023 Schedule 

England will play nine games in the ODI World Cup 2023 league stage.

England will play against the host, India, on October 29 at Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow, at 2:00 PM.

India has won four of the eight matches against England in the ODI World Cup. England won thrice, while the 2011 fixture between both teams ended in a tie.