ICC announces World Cup, Champions trophy schedule from the 2023-2031 calendar year


International Cricket Council(ICC) recently announced the world cup and Champions trophy schedule for the 2023-2031 calendar year where eight tournaments will be conducted across fourteen different nations. Starting from 2024, T20 World Cup will be scheduled in USA and West Indies followed by Champions Trophy 2025 which will be held in Pakistan and also Men in Green are defending Champions and it will be a challenge for them to retain their title.

As every two years, the T20 world cup is hosted by ICC so, in 2026, T20 World Cup will be jointly conducted in India and Sri Lanka whereas 2027 50 over world cup will be jointly hosted by South Africa, Namibia, and Zimbabwe.

Australia who are currently defending T20 Champions will be hosting the 2022 and 2028 T20 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

2029 Champions trophy will be conducted in India who is also the current runner-up of 2017 marquee event.

In 2030, T20 World Cup will be jointly hosted by England, Ireland, and Scotland and followed by the 2031 50 over world cup will be jointly organized by India and Bangladesh.

Apart from this every two years we will be witnessing the World Test Championship final to elate the longest format of the game.

However, conducting the world cup after every year will generate more excitement and now team India is looking to rebuild from here on under the leadership of Rohit Sharma and new coach Rahul Dravid.

As Virat Kohli has now relieved his captaincy duties from T20 format he can ease himself as a batsman and contribute big time with the willow.

India has announced young players in their upcoming series against New Zealand including the likes of Rituraj Gaikwad, Avesh Khan, Venkatesh Iyer, and Harshal Patel who were in sublime form in the recently concluded edition of IPL 2021.