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ICC has released the schedule of warm-up matches for the Cricket World Cup 2023

 The Cricket World Cup warm-up schedule has been issued by the ICC.

ICC has released the schedule of warm-up matches for the Cricket World Cup 2023 

The Pakistani team will compete in two practise contests, with the first taking place on September 29 in Hyderabad, Deccan.


The schedule of the World Cup warm-up games has been issued by the International Cricket Council (ICC). A total of 10 warm-up matches will be played prior to the Cricket World Cup, according to the ICC's calendar, which states that the warm-up matches will begin on September 29. The Pakistani team will play two exhibition matches tomorrow, the first of which will be against New Zealand on September 29 in Hyderabad Deccan, according to the itinerary.


The second practise match for the Pakistani team will take place against Australia on October 3 in Hyderabad Deccan. The first warm-up game will be between the Bangladesh and Sri Lanka teams, and the warm-up game between South Africa and Afghanistan will take place on September 29. The teams of Australia and the Netherlands will also face off on September 30 in Guwahati, in addition to the game between India and England.


The sides of New Zealand and South Africa will also face off on October 2, in addition to the game between England and Bangladesh. On October 3, an exhibition game between Afghanistan and Sri Lanka will take place, along with a match between the teams of India and the Netherlands.






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