The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) officially announced that it has decided to hold the 2023 Asia Cup under the hybrid model, meaning the 16th edition of the Asia Cup will be held in two countries.
The tournament is set to take place in Pakistan and Sri Lanka between August 31 and September 17.
Defending champions Sri Lanka, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Afghanistan and Nepal will play in the tournament, which includes 13 exciting ODI matches.
“The tournament will be hosted in a hybrid model with four matches being held in Pakistan, and the remaining nine matches being played in Sri Lanka.” an ACC release on Thursday (June 15) said.
“The 2023 Edition will feature two groups, with two teams from each group qualifying for the Super Four stage. The top two teams from the Super Four stage will then face off in the final.”
The schedule of the tournament has not been announced yet.