Last updated on July 24th, 2023 at 10:07 pm
ICC World Cup 2023 All Teams Captain List: In this Article, we will get to know about ICC World Cup 2023 All teams Captain list. India has been selected as a host nation for the Cricket World Cup tournament.
The world cup will be played between October and November and it will start on October 5 and end on November 19. There will be 48 matches played between ten teams at 12 different venues in India. The venue list has been declared, but the detailed schedule is yet to be released.
There is some uncertainty about the match and venue between India and Pakistan as there is some conflict between the cricket board of these two teams.
India refuses to visit Pakistan for the Asia Cup 2023 after the decision from the BCCI. Due to this, Pakistan is also planning to boycott the upcoming ICC world cup, which will be played in India. There are rumors that India and Pakistan will play against each other at Narendra Modi Stadium.
The first eight-team has already qualified for the world cup, and South Africa Secured the 8th position in the ICC points table after beating Ireland. Their match against Bangladesh in Chelmsford was called off due to rain, and because of that, they got qualified.
The remaining two spots for the world cup will be decided by the ICC World Cup qualifier 2023. The two teams, West Indies and Sri Lanka are probably to qualify for the world cup and fill the two remaining spots.
ICC ODI World Cup 2023 All Teams Captains (Tentative)
1. Rohit Sharma
Rohit Sharma will lead Team India in the upcoming world cup 2023. He was given the responsibility after Virat Kohli left the captaincy in 2021. Rohit Sharma has a tremendous record as a captain in ODI.
He has played 26 matches as a captain and won 19 with a winning percentage of 66.67. He will carry the hope of 1.4 billion people in this world cup 2023.
2. Jos Buttler
Jos Buttler is the most explosive batsman in the world. He captained England in 2016 for the first time, and after that, he again got the responsibility for the leadership.
He was assigned as full-time captain after Eoin Morgan’s retirement. Buttler has captained England in 15 ODI matches with eight wins and a winning percentage of 57.14.
3. Pat Cummins
Pat Cummins was named ODI captain of Australia after Aron Finch retired from ODI cricket. He has been ODI captain because of his performance in Test matches as a captain. He has played two games as captain in ODI and won all two rounds with a 100 percent prevailing rate.
4. Babar Azam
Babar Azam has been one of Pakistan’s most successful ODI cricketers in recent years. He has played 26 matches as a captain and won 27 games with a winning percentage of 65.38 and he is a tremendous player with run-scoring capability.
5. Kane Williamson
Kane Williamson is one of the most experienced captains of this world cup 2023, He has been captaining New Zealand since 2016, and under his captainship, New Zealand was the runner-up in the 2019 ODI world cup. He has led his team 193 times, with 99 wins and a winning percentage of 51.
6. Shakib Al Hasan:
Shakib Al Hasan is one of Bangladesh’s most experienced and successful cricketers. Shakib will be captaining Bangladesh in the upcoming world cup 2023. Under his captainship, Bangladesh has won 23 out of 50 matches with a winning percentage of 46 percent.
7. Hashmatullah Shahidi/Rashid Khan
Hashmatullah Shahidi has been rumored to be the captain of the Afghanistan Cricket Team for the ODI world cup 2023. The board will confirm the news on May 31st, and the captain’s name will be announced. Rashid Khan will lead the team if Hashmatullah Shahidi is not selected as captain.
8. Temba Bavuma
The new captain of South Africa has led his team in 14 matches so far, out of which he has won 7 games with a winning percentage of 53.84. He will lead his team in the ODI world cup 2023, which will be played in India.
Note: – Above information is about already qualified teams for the world cup. The two teams will be decided by the winner of the world cup qualifier, which will be played in Zimbabwe.
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