The Super Six stage to determine final two spots at ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 in India
The fixtures for the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2023 have been confirmed, with six teams still in the race for the final two spots at India 2023.
Hosts Zimbabwe, West Indies and the Netherlands took the top three positions from Group A, while Sri Lanka, Oman and Scotland progressed from Group B.
All points won against opponents that progressed from the group stage will be carried forward. In the Super Six each team will play the sides they did not meet in the group stage and the top two will both progress to the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.
Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka will each take four points through to the Super Six, while Scotland and the Netherlands will take two points into the next stage.
The four teams who did not reach the Super Six stage will remain in Zimbabwe and compete in the Playoff.
ICC MEN’S CRICKET WORLD CUP QUALIFIER 2023 SUPER SIX AND PLAYOFF FIXTURES (All matches start at 09h00 local time)
Thursday, 29 June
Super 6: Zimbabwe v Oman, Queen’s Sports Club
Friday, 30 June
Super 6: Sri Lanka v Netherlands, Queen’s Sports Club
Playoff: Ireland v USA Takashinga Cricket Club
Saturday, 1 July
Super 6: Scotland v West Indies, Harare Sports Club
Sunday, 2 July
Super 6: Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka, Queen’s Sports Club
Playoff: Nepal v UAE Takashinga Cricket Club
Monday, 3 July
Super 6: Netherlands v Oman, Harare Sports Club
Tuesday, 4 July
Super 6: Zimbabwe v Scotland, Queen’s Sports Club
Playoff: 7th v 8th Takashinga Cricket Club
Wednesday, 5 July
Super 6: West Indies v Oman, Harare Sports Club
Thursday, 6 July
Super 6: Scotland v Netherlands, Queen’s Sports Club
Playoff: 9th v 10th Takashinga Cricket Club
Friday, 07 July
Super 6 Sri Lanka v West Indies, Harare Sports Club
Sunday, 09 July
Final, Harare Sports Club
– Full fixtures available at cricketworldcup.com