Cricket World Cup has officially announced 16 qualifiers. Among these teams, there will be a further reduction of any two teams who will play the world cup in India. It took place in Zimbabwe between the month of June and July. Let’s find out in detail about the sixteen Cricket World Cup squad.
Cricket world cup squad guidelines
The following changes have come into an effective starting from the Lord’s Test match between England and Ireland on 1st June 2023.
|Soft Signal||1st June 2023||Umpires will no longer give a soft signal while referring decisions to the TV umpires.|
|The on-field umpires will consult with the TV umpire before making any decisions.|
|Helmet Protection||1st June 2023||Helmet protection becomes mandatory for certain high injury risk positions in international cricket.|
|a) Batters facing fast bowlers,|
|b) Wicketkeepers standing up to the stumps,|
|c) Fielders close to the batter in front of the wicket.|
|Runs off a Free Hit||1st June 2023||Any runs scored off a Free Hit when the ball hits the stumps will count as team runs scored,|
|consistent with all other runs scored from a free hit.|
16 Cricket World Cup squad
|Sri Lanka||Sri Lanka Squad||06-Jun-2023|
|U.A.E.||United Arab Emirates Squad||12-Jun-2023|
|U.S.A.||United States of America Squad||25-May-2023|
|West Indies||West Indies Squad||12-May-2023|
Frequently Asked Questions
1.How many teams have qualified for the ICC World Cup?
A total number of ten will be seen playing in India for the World Cup 2023.
2. How many teams from each group will be qualified?
From every group3 teams will be qualified. Each of them will be playing three matches against the opponent team.
How many matches will be held in the ICC World Cup?
According to the official reports, 10 teams will be playing in India for the trophy. However, there will be 9 matches played by every group.