Tim Southee analyzes India’s struggles against left-arm bowlers ahead of the ODI World Cup 2023
As the Asia Cup 2023 and the World Cup 2023 looming on the cricketing horizon, the India cricket team stands at a crucial juncture, aiming to regain its dominance in the international arena. India have not secured an ICC title since 2013, and these upcoming competitions present an opportunity to change that narrative.
The Asia Cup is slated to commence on Wednesday, August 30, and will culminate on Sunday, September 17. India‘s campaign in the tournament kicks off with a highly anticipated clash against arch-rivals Pakistan on Saturday, September 2, at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium in Pallekele.
Following the Asia Cup, India will host the ODI World Cup 2023 on home soil, marking the first time they will host the tournament independently, having previously served as co-hosts. The World Cup