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Asia Cup 2023 Start Date, Teams List, Host Country

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There is not a single off from the ground in sports like cricket. Pakistan is going to host the Asia Cup in 2023. The Twenty20 World Cup is currently underway in the UAE and Oman. Get Asia Cup 2023 Start Date, Teams List, Host Country, and More.

Before this, Sri Lanka will host the Asia Cup in 2022, a tournament in which only Asian teams will be able to compete. Other teams from different countries are not allowed to play six Asian teams against each other, but Pakistan won the chance to host this tournament in 2023.

Asia Cup 2023 Start Date

Sri Lanka will host the session in 2022, and Pakistan will host next year in 2023. Chairman of the PCB Ramiz Raja confirmed that Pakistan will host this match after 2015. Ramiz also stated,

The tournament will be played in ODI format and is reportedly set to be staged in Pakistan. Pakistan last hosted the Asia Cup in 2008 and has since not managed to host a major ICC tournament.”

After the attack on the Sri Lankan team’s bus in 2009, other nations stopped playing in Pakistan, but Zimbabwe was able to hold a tournament in 2015. The tournament’s schedule and date haven’t been fixed yet, but we will let you know very soon.

Teams List

This tournament started in 1983, and it is currently held every two years. Besides India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, other teams vary according to the situation.

This is the only continental championship in the history of cricket. From 1984 to 1988, India won this championship, and Sri Lanka was the second place team.

In the 1990s and 1997s, India won the final and Sri Lanka finished as runners up. From 2000 to 2010, Pakistan won the final, and Bangladesh finished as runner up. In 2016, India won by beating Bangladesh.

In 2018, due to political tensions between India and Pakistan, the tournament was held in the UAE, and India again won by defeating Bangladesh.

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