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2023 Asia Cup Schedule: Schedule, Venues – All You Need to Know

Asia Cup 2023: The Biggest Cricket Tournament in Asia

The Asia Cup is one of the most prestigious cricket tournaments in the world. It is a tournament that is Played by the top six teams in Asia.

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Asian Cricket Council (ACC) announced Asia Cup 2023 Schedule the tournament will be played from August 30 to September 17, 2023. The six teams competing in the tournament are:

Afghanistan
Bangladesh
India
Pakistan
Sri Lanka
Nepal

The tournament will be played in a round-robin format, with each team playing each other once. The top four teams will then progress to the semi-finals, with the winners meeting in the final.

The venues for the tournament are:

tournament well be hosted hybrid model with four matches being held in Pakistan and the remaining nine matches being played in Sri Lanka.

Group A – India, Pakistan, Nepal

Group B – Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afaghanistan

The Asia Cup is one of the most prestigious cricket tournaments in the world. It is a chance for the top teams from Asia to compete against each other and to stake their claim as the best in the region. The 2023 Asia Cup is sure to be a thrilling tournament, and it is one that cricket fans around the world will not want to miss.

Date Match Venue
30 August Pakistan v Nepal Multan
31 August Bangladesh v Sri Lanka Kandy
2 September India vs Pakistan Kandy
3 September Bangladesh v Afghanistan Lahore
4 September India vs Nepal Kandy
5 September Sri Lanka v Afghanistan Lahore
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6 September A1 vs B2 Lahore
9 September B1 vs B2 Colombo
10 September A1 vs A2 Colorado
12 September A2 vs B1 Colorado
14 September A1 vs B1 Colorado
15 September A2 vs B2 Colorado
17 September Final Kolkata

Asia Cup Winner 2022 – All You Need to Know

Sri Lanka won the 2022 Asia Cup, defeating Pakistan by 23 runs in the final. Sri Lanka reached the final as the only unbeaten team in the Super Four stage, winning against Afghanistan, India, and Pakistan.

Sri Lanka’s batting was led by Bhanuka Rajapaksa, who scored 71 runs off 45 balls in the final. Rajapaksa’s innings was crucial in helping Sri Lanka post a competitive total of 170 for 6. Pakistan’s bowlers Haris Rauf who took 3 for 29 in his four overs. However, Pakistan’s batsmen were unable to chase down the target, and they were bowled out for 147 in 20 overs.

Sri Lanka’s victory was their sixth Asia Cup title, and their first since 2014. The win was a major boost for Sri Lankan cricket.

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