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Cricket World Cup 2023 Final, Stadium Name, Location and Capacity

Cricket World Cup 2023 Final Stadium Name

The ICC Men’s ODI World Cup 2023 final is set to take place at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium on November 19. India, having completed the league stage unbeaten, secured the top spot on the points table with 18 points and went on to defeat New Zealand by 70 runs in the first semifinal held in Mumbai.

Contrastingly, Australia faced initial setbacks with two consecutive losses but managed to reverse their fortunes by winning the following seven matches, securing a spot in the semifinals. In the semifinal clash against South Africa, Australia emerged victorious by three wickets, securing their place in the highly anticipated final showdown.

The 2023 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup marks the 13th iteration of the quadrennial Cricket World Cup, an international One Day International (ODI) cricket competition for men’s national teams overseen by the International Cricket Council (ICC). India is serving as the host nation for the tournament, which commenced on October 5 and is set to conclude on November 19, 2023.

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Notably, this edition is the inaugural instance of India solely hosting the men’s Cricket World Cup. The competition is spread across ten different stadiums located in ten cities throughout the country. India secured a place in the first semi-final by defeating New Zealand, while Australia emerged victorious against South Africa in the second semi-final.

Narendra Modi Stadium Capacity

The game at the stadium with a seating capacity of 1.32 lakh is set to kick off at 2 pm. The Indian team has maintained an undefeated record throughout the tournament, emerging victorious in all 10 matches played so far. What are the odds of India clinching the World Cup 2023?

The Narendra Modi Stadium, also known as Motera Stadium, is an international cricket stadium in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India. It is the largest stadium in the world, with a seating capacity of 132,000 spectators.