- Teams: The tournament will feature 10 teams, divided into two groups of five.
- Format: Each team will play against the other four teams in their group. The top two teams from each group will qualify for the semifinals.
- Semifinals: The semifinals will be played between the top two teams from each group. The winners of the semifinals will qualify for the final.
- Final: The final will be played between the winners of the semifinals.
- Matches: All matches in the tournament will be 50 overs per side.
- Super Over: If a match is tied at the end of the regular overs, a super over will be played to determine the winner. The Super Over is a one-over shootout between the two teams, with each team batting for one over and then bowling one over. The team with the most runs at the end of the Super Over wins the match.
Here are some Additional Rules That Are Specific To The ODI World Cup:
- Powerplays: The first 10 overs of each inning are powerplays, during which time only two fielders are allowed outside the 30-yard circle.
- DRS: The Decision Review System (DRS) will be used in all matches. Each team is allowed two unsuccessful reviews per inning.
- Bonus points: Teams are awarded bonus points for winning matches with a run-rate of 1.25 or higher. The team with the most bonus points at the end of the group stage will be awarded a place in the semifinals if they are tied with another team on points.
The ICC World Cup is the biggest tournament in one-day international cricket, and it is played every four years. The tournament is always a closely fought contest, and it is sure to be an exciting event in 2023.