International Cricket Council CEO and previous South Africa cricketer David Richardson on Thursday reported that the 13th release of Men’s Cricket World Cup will be played in India in 2023.
International Cricket Council CEO and previous South Africa cricketer David Richardson on Thursday declared that the 13th version of Men’s Cricket World Cup will be played in India in 2023.
Talking at an occasion, Richardson stated: “There is such a great amount to anticipate. We have two T20 occasions (Women and Men) in Australia in 2020, trailed by the principal Test Championship last. At that point we have the Women’s World Cup in New Zealand in 2021, Under 19 World Cup. What’s more, obviously, at that point we have two occasions in India — the following T20 World Cup toward the finish of 2021 and the Men’s World Cup itself in 2023.”
In pending ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 planned for England and Wales, ten best teams in the world will battle in an extremely focused competition.
At the point when gotten some information about his favored team, the previous South Africa wicket-keeper batsman stated: “India are playing truly well and England have most likely got their best one-day team that they could have for a long time. There is no desire for South Africa this opportunity to do anything. Along these lines, they will simply accomplish something and afterward exhibit toward the end. We are truly anticipating the occasion.”
The much-anticipated ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 is planned from May 30 to July 14.