Asia Cup 2023 Cricket Schedule Finalized: India vs Pakistan Blockbuster in Kandy on September 2, final in Colombo on Sep 17
Asia Cup 2023 cricket match schedule has been finalized, setting the stage for yet another epic tournament featuring the best Asian cricket teams. The highlight of the schedule will undoubtedly be the high-voltage clash between Indian and Pakistan on September 2, at the picturesque Pallekele International Stadium in Kandy, Sri Lanka.
The Asia Cup 2023 will be a T20I format tournament held from August 27 to September 17. The tournament will now move to a 2-year cycle instead of being held annually. Sri Lanka Cricket will be hosting the event after giving up hosting rights of the 2022 edition to UAE.
India vs Pakistan: Kandy Blockbuster
The schedule has setup an India vs Pakistan crowd-pleaser in the group stage itself, with these arch-rivals set to clash in Kandy on September 2.
Take a detailed look at the Asia Cup schedule here:
GROUP A GROUP B
Qualifier Teams 1 Qualifier Teams 2
SEMI-FINAL 1 SEMI-FINAL 2
1st Group A team 1st Group B Team
2nd Group B team 2nd Group A team
Asia Cup 2023 final
The venue of the Asia Cup 2023 final on September 17 will be the iconic R. Premadasa Stadium in Colombo, Sri Lanka’s capital city. With a capacity of over 35,000, the stadium promises to be packed with passionate cricket fans from around Asia for the grand finale.
The stage is set for the Asia Cup 2023 to reignite the spectacular rivalry and passion for cricket across Asia. Taking place in Sri Lanka from August 27 to September 17, the tournament will feature 6 top Asian teams battling for cricketing supremacy in the T20 format.
After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Asia Cup is back with a vengeance. An India vs Pakistan clash in Kandy on September 2 is guaranteed to bring back memories of some of the greatest Asia Cup thrillers between the subcontinental giants. And the tournament has the potential to unearth new heroes as the next generation of Asian stars take centre stage.
•Group Stage: Aug 27- 31
•Super 4: Sept 2-9
•Semi Final 1: Sept 9
•Semi Final 2: Sept 11
•Final: Sep 17
With Sri Lanka staging their first major cricketing event since the economic crisis, the Asia Cup also promises to lift the spirits of the locals with competitive cricket action. It’s time for the subcontinent’s greatest rivalry and passion for cricket to reignite once again.