India men’s cricket team full schedule for 2023 – Firstpost

India 2023 Cricket schedule: Men in Blue will begin 2023 with a T20I series against Sri Lanka and are also scheduled to play in Asia Cup and ODI World Cup next year.
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Indian cricket team ended its 2022 with a win in the Test series against Bangladesh and earning significant points for qualification in the World Test Championship (WTC) Finals. Indian team is one of the busiest in the international circuit and will not be at rest for a long time. The Men-in-Blue will be seen in action as soon as the time crosses into 2023.
India will have the WTC Final and the ODI World Cup on their radar in the upcoming year. India will host the 50-over World Cup, which will make the tournament more significant. On the contrary, India will have to win the Border Gavaskar Series against Australia, to confirm their spot in the WTC Final.
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India will start 2023 with a T20I series, followed by three ODIs against Sri Lanka. The squad announced on Tuesday made it clear that the BCCI is looking to overhaul the team structure and doing away with some of the senior pros who have been lukewarm with their performances.
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Here is India men’s team schedule for 2023
(Time in IST)
Sri Lanka tour of India
3 January | 7 PM – First T20I, Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
5 January | 7 PM – Second T20I, MCA Stadium, Pune
7 January | 7 PM – Third T20I, SCA Stadium, Rajkot
10 January | 1.30 PM – First ODI, Barsapara Cricket Stadium, Guwahati
12 January | 1.30 PM – Second ODI, Eden Gardens, Kolkata
15 January | 1.30 PM – Three ODIs, Greenfield International Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram
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New Zealand tour of India
18 January | 2 PM – First ODI, Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
21 January | 2 PM – Second ODI, Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, Raipur
24 January | 2 PM – Third ODI, Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore
27 January | 7 PM – First T20I, JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi
29 January | 7 PM – Second T20I, Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow
1 February | 7 PM –  Third T20I, Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
Australia tour of India
9 -13 February | 9.30 AM – First Test, VCA Stadium, Nagpur
17 – 21 February | 9.30 AM – Second Test, Arun Jaitely Stadium, Delhi
1 – 5 March | 9.30 AM – Third Test, HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala
9 – 13 March | 9.30 AM – Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
17 March | 2 PM – Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
19 March | 2 PM – VDCA Cricket Stadium, Vishakhapatnam
22 March | 2 PM – MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai
Indian Premier League 2023 (break for national side)
March to June –Dates yet to be confirmed
World Test Championship Final (subject to qualification)
June – Dates yet to be confirmed
India tour of West Indies
July – August 2023 – Dates yet to be confirmed
Two Tests (WTC 2023-25 cycle)
Three ODIs
Three T20Is
Australia tour of India
September – Dates yet to be confirmed
Three ODIs
ACC Asia Cup 2023
September – Dates yet to be confirmed
(13 ODIs overall including the final)
ICC ODI World Cup 2023
October – Dates yet to be confirmed
(48 ODIs overall including two semi-finals and one final)
Australia tour of India
November – Dates yet to be confirmed
Five T20Is
India tour of South Africa
December 2023 – January 2024 – Dates yet to be confirmed
Two Tests (WTC 2023-25 cycle)
Three ODIs
Three T20Is
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