Star Sports will be the official broadcaster of Indian Cricket for the Asia Cup, ODI World CUP, and others

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    2023 will be broadcasting some of the biggest cricket tournaments like Asia Cup 2023, ICC ODI World CUP & India vs Australia Test Series, and IPL 2023. Star Sports which has earlier broadcasted these games will continue to do so in the next year as well. The reports suggest that 80% of the Live Cricket will be get broadcast on Star Sports. The Indian team will face new Zealand in the white-ball series in the start of the year.

    In 2023, India will be hosting the WTC final as well as the ODI World Cup. It will increase the intensity of the event and to qualify for the WTC finale, the team must be defeating Australia in the Border Gavaskar Series.

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    India will host Sri Lanka and New Zealand in the white ball series. The New Zealand series is set to begin on January 18 and finish by February 1. The men in blue will face the Australian team for a long series the tour will begin on March 10 with a 4-match Test series and end on March 24 with a 3-day ODI series.

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    The IPL is set to begin after the WIPL ends in march end, though nothing has been confirmed. The Indian premier league like every year will be hosted for 2.5 months. Before the Asia Cup, the players will be getting a good amount of rest. After the Asia Cup, the most important event comes, which is ICC Cricket World Cup 2023. The World Cup will begin on October 10 and end on November 26.

    All the games for India will be broadcasted on Star Sports Network and digitally fans can stream them on the Disney+Hotstar app from India.

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    Schedule for the Indian cricket team in 2023

    India vs Srilanka- T20I and ODI series

    1. 3 January | 7 PM – First T20I, Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
    2. 5 January | 7 PM – Second T20I, MCA Stadium, Pune
    3. 7 January | 7 PM – Third T20I, SCA Stadium, Rajkot
    4. 10 January | 1.30 PM – First ODI, Barsapara Cricket Stadium, Guwahati
    5. 12 January | 1.30 PM – Second ODI, Eden Gardens, Kolkata
    6. 15 January | 1.30 PM – Three ODIs, Greenfield International Stadium, Thiruvananthapuram

    India vs New Zealand- T20I and ODI series

    1. 18 January | 2 PM – First ODI, Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
    2. 21 January | 2 PM – Second ODI, Shaheed Veer Narayan Singh International Stadium, Raipur
    3. 24 January | 2 PM – Third ODI, Holkar Cricket Stadium, Indore
    4. 27 January | 7 PM – First T20I, JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi
    5. 29 January | 7 PM – Second T20I, Bharat Ratna Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee Ekana Cricket Stadium, Lucknow
    6. 1 February | 7 PM –  Third T20I, Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad

    Australia’s tour in India

    1. 9 -13 February | 9.30 AM – First Test, VCA Stadium, Nagpur
    2. 17 – 21 February | 9.30 AM – Second Test, Arun Jaitely Stadium, Delhi
    3. 1 – 5 March | 9.30 AM – Third Test, HPCA Stadium, Dharamsala
    4. 9 – 13 March | 9.30 AM – Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
    5. 17 March | 2 PM – Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
    6. 19 March | 2 PM – VDCA Cricket Stadium, Vishakhapatnam
    7. 22 March | 2 PM – MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chennai

    The dates for the rest of the events are yet to be confirmed.

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