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Asia Cup 2023 Schedule: Teams, Matches, Venues, Timetable

Asia Cup 2023 schedule

. Pakistan vs India on Sept 2

Web Desk — The Asia Cup 2023 schedule is out. The tournament, co-hosted by Pakistan and Sri Lanka will be running from August 30 to September 17.

Pakistan will play Nepal in the opening match to be played in Multan. Six teams will be competing in the 50-over event, which will be split into two groups of three teams each.

Pakistan, India, and Nepal are in Group A, while Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Sri Lanka are in Group B. During the event, Pakistan will host four matches over two locations, while Sri Lanka will host the other matches.

The historic clash between traditional rivals India and Pakistan is scheduled for September 2 in Kandy, Sri Lanka.

The six group-stage matches will be followed by the Super 4s to begin on September 6.

The final will be played on September 17 in Colombo between the teams that occupy the top two spots at the end of the Super 4s.

Asia Cup 2023 Fixtures

Aug 30 – Pakistan v Nepal, Multan Cricket Stadium, Multan, Pakistan

Aug 31 – Bangladesh v Sri Lanka, Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy, Sri Lanka

Sep 2 – Pakistan v India, Pallekele International Cricket Stadium Kandy, Sri Lanka

Sep 3 – Bangladesh v Afghanistan, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan

Sep 4 – India v Nepal, Pallekele International Cricket stadium Kandy, Sri Lanka

Sep 5 – Afghanistan v Sri Lanka, Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan

Sep 6 – A1 v B2 (Super-4), Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan

Sep 9 – B1 v B2 (Super-4), R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium (RPICS), Colombo, Sri Lanka

Sep 10 – A1 v A2 (Super-4), R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium (RPICS), Colombo, Sri Lanka

Sep 12 – A2 v B1 (Super-4), R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium (RPICS), Colombo, Sri Lanka

Sep 14 – A1 v B1 (Super-4), R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium (RPICS), Colombo, Sri Lanka

Sep 15 – A2 v B2, (Super-4), R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium (RPICS), Colombo, Sri Lanka

Sep 17 – Final – 1 v 2, R. Premadasa International Cricket Stadium (RPICS), Colombo, Sri Lanka

Sep 18 – Final

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