ICC Expands Men’s ODI Cricket World Cup to 14 teams for 2027 and 2031 Tournaments
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has taken a decision to extend 14-team for the Men’s Cricket World Cup in 2027 and 2031. The ICC World Cup 2027 and 2031 will have 54-matches.
- In the ICC World Cup 2019, Only 10 teams participated in the tournament.
Men’s Cricket World Cup in 2027 and 2031
- 14 teams will be divided into two groups of seven.
- The top three teams from each group will play a Super Six stage and followed by semifinals and final matches will be held.
ICC board said: “The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup will become a 14 team, 54-match event in 2027 and 2031, whilst the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will be expanded to a 20-team, 55-match event in 2024, 2026, 2028 and 2030.”
men’s T20 World Cup from 2024-2030
- ICC plans to expand the men’s T20 World Cup to 20 teams as well. now T20 World Cup will be organized every two years from 2024-2030.
About ICC (International Cricket Council) –
Chairman: Greg Barclay
Deputy Chairman: Imran Khwaja
Headquarters: Dubai, United Arab Emirates
CEO: Manu Sawhney
Founded: 15 June 1909
Motto: Cricket for good.
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