The four semi-finalist teams confirmed for World Cup 2023 have been officially qualified for the knockout stage. Regardless of the outcome of their final match against the Netherlands on Sunday, hosts India will secure the top position in the group stage statistics. Also, Rohit Sharmá’s squad is already firmly positioned to face New Zealand in a knockout semi-final on Wednesday, November 15th.
Semi-Finalist Teams Confirmed For World Cup 2023
The match is scheduled to begin at 2:00 pm IST at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, the identical location where India defeated Sri Lanka by a dominant 302 runs earlier in the tournament.The subsequent day will witness the second semi-final, wherein South Africa and Australia will compete for a spot in the final, which will take place at Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Thursday, November 16th.
Thus, the winner of this match, which will also begin at 2:00 pm IST, will advance to the championship match against either New Zealand or India. Sunday, November 19th, at Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad, the World Cup final will take place. So, over one hundred thousand spectators are anticipated to be in attendance for the culmination of the thirteenth incarnation of the tournament.
2023 World Cup knockout stage:
- Semi-final 1: India v New Zealand, Wednesday November 15, Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
- Semi-final 2: South Africa v Australia, Thursday November 16, Eden Gardens, Kolkata
- Final: India / New Zealand v South Africa / Australia, Sunday November 19, Narendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad