The Super Six stage will involve three teams from each group facing-off against each other to secure their place in the CWC 2023.
The Cricket World Cup 2023 Qualifiers round-robin stage ended today (for Group A) in a dramatic fashion as the Netherlands team scripted a historic victory over West Indies by securing the win in a Super-Over on June 26.
Earlier, Zimbabwe ensured they finished with a 100% win record with four wins out of four after beating the United States team by 304 runs.
As for Group B, in the recently concluded match on June 27, Sri Lanka won by 82 runs against Scotland to top their group with a 100% win record.
The status of all five teams in Group A had already been decided, and after the results of Group B matches held on June 25, the status of all five teams in Group B had also been decided.
So let’s find out more about the crucial upcoming Super Six stage.
Super Six fixtures will start after a day’s break on June 29.
A total of nine matches will be played in the Super Six stage, with each team in the respective group playing against the remaining teams in the opposite group.
CWC Qualifier Super Six Fixture List
Here is the schedule for the Super Six stage featuring these 6 teams:
- Sri Lanka
- West Indies
|29th June||Zimbabwe vs Oman||12:30 PM|
|30th June||Netherlands Sri Lanka||12:30 PM|
|1st July||Scotland vs West Indies||12:30 PM|
|2nd July||Zimbabwe Sri Lanka||12:30 PM|
|3rd July||Oman vs Netherlands||12:30 PM|
|4th July||Zimbabwe vs Scotland||12:30 PM|
|5th July||Oman vs West Indies||12:30 PM|
|6th July||Scotland vs Netherlands||12:30 PM|
|7th July||West Indies vs Sri Lanka||12:30 PM|