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The ICC World Cup 2023 will start on October 5, with England taking on New Zealand at the Narendra Modi Stadium. There are a couple of favorites for the title, India being one because of the home conditions and the current form. Australia could derail India's challenge, the most successful team in ODI World Cups, having won 5 to date. The defending champions, England, could not be left out of the contenders' list. Pakistan, New Zealand, and South Africa are the other teams that have the talent and caliber to go all the way. Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Afghanistan can cause an upset or two, but they are still behind in the ODIs.Enjoy the action-packed edition of Cricket Today.

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2023: ARE ROHIT SHARMA-LED INDIA THE FAVOURITES?

The last time India held the tournament in 2011 alongside Bangladesh and Sri Lanka, they went on to win the same, beating the Lankans in the final. Come 2023, India under Rohit Sharma are a force to be reckoned with. India wrapped up their 8th Asia Cup title on Sunday by blowing away Sri Lanka...

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2023: ARE ROHIT SHARMA-LED INDIA THE FAVOURITES?

5 mins

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: Defending Champions England Mean Business

England’s main weapon is a solid batting unit led by skipper Jos Buttler. Chris Woakes can be massive with the ball as the side boasts plenty of proven all-rounders. England are a side that bats deep and can always be in the hunt. Notably, the 2019 champions open...

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: Defending Champions England Mean Business

5 mins

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: Pat Cummins-Led Australia Have Work To Do

Australia are desperate to have Travis Head in the World Cup squad. In seven matches this year, Head has scored 241 runs at 48.20. He has two fifties. Head's new role as an opener has benefitted the Aussies with his aggressive approach...

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: Pat Cummins-Led Australia Have Work To Do

5 mins

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2023: BABAR AZAM LED PAKISTAN DEPENDENT ON SKIPPER

As mentioned above, Naseem's absence could hinder Pakistan's growth. The 20-year-old with his promising economy rate and nagging length and line would have been a top force. Hasan's return is marked with questions...

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2023: BABAR AZAM LED PAKISTAN DEPENDENT ON SKIPPER

5 mins

ICC WORLD CUP 2023: NEW ZEALAND COULD TURN UP IN CRICKET'S BIG SPECTACLE

NZ are dependent on Williamson’s heroics often and his return could mean wonders. Williamson last featured in the ODIs this year back in January versus Pakistan before injury took a toll...

ICC WORLD CUP 2023: NEW ZEALAND COULD TURN UP IN CRICKET'S BIG SPECTACLE

4 mins

ICC WORLD CUP 2023: SOUTH AFRICA COULD WORK THEIR MAGIC

For the Proteas, the presence of match-winners Heinrich Klaasen and David Miller is massive. Klaasen played one of the best ODI knocks recently versus Australia, helping SA post a mammoth score. His partnership with David Miller...

ICC WORLD CUP 2023: SOUTH AFRICA COULD WORK THEIR MAGIC

4 mins

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2023: CAN SRI LANKA SHOW ENOUGH PEDIGREE?

SL also emerged champions in the ICC World Cup Qualifiers, being unscathed. So Shanaka will be telling his troops to Marshall themselves and build from these moments to stake a claim. SL began their campaign against South Africa on October 7...

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2023: CAN SRI LANKA SHOW ENOUGH PEDIGREE?

5 mins

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2023: CONTROVERSY-FILLED BANGLADESH STARE AT THE UNKNOWN

Bangladesh stare at the realms of the unknown with all the things happening. It will be a herculean task for them to show any sort of a fight and get to the top four. Here, we present an analysis of Bangladesh's squad ahead of the World Cup..

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2023: CONTROVERSY-FILLED BANGLADESH STARE AT THE UNKNOWN

4 mins

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: Afghanistan Out To Test Themselves Against The Best

Afghanistan have risen up of late and will be keen to better their World Cup record this time around, but one expects another repeat of 2015 and 2019. Their matches against the Netherlands and Bangladesh will be key...

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023: Afghanistan Out To Test Themselves Against The Best

3 mins

ICC WORLD CUP 2023: MINNOWS NETHERLANDS OUT TO SHOWCASE THEIR WORTH

The Netherlands are a team that will count upon their all-rounders. They deserve every bit of the journey to the World Cup, having won hearts and shown tremendous character...

ICC WORLD CUP 2023: MINNOWS NETHERLANDS OUT TO SHOWCASE THEIR WORTH

4 mins

MAX VERSTAPPEN EDGE CLOSER TO 2023 SERIES TITLE

The Red Bull driver, who missed out on the podium a week ago in Singapore, started from pole and held on for his 13th win of the season. With Verstappen's victory, Red Bull secured the constructors' title, their sixth overall...

MAX VERSTAPPEN EDGE CLOSER TO 2023 SERIES TITLE

2 mins

BIG HONOUR FOR LEANDER PAES

Paes, who is from India, was one of six player candidates announced Tuesday for the Class of 2024, along with returning nominees Cara Black, Ana Ivanovic, Carlos Moya, Daniel Nestor and Flavia Pennetta...

BIG HONOUR FOR LEANDER PAES

1 min

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Cricket Today Magazine Description:

PublisherDiamond Magazines Pvt. Ltd

CategorySports

LanguageEnglish

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