In the ICC World Cup 2023's opening game, the on-field umpires will be Nitin Menon and Kumar Dharmasena

In the ICC World Cup 2023’s opening game, the on-field umpires will be Nitin Menon and Kumar Dharmasena.  2023 ICC Cricket World Cup The timer has started. There is now less than a month to go. 

The umpires for the opening game at Ahmedabad’s Narendra Modi Stadium have been named by the International Cricket Council (ICC). The first game of the ODI World Cup, between England and New Zealand on October 5, will be officiated by Sri Lankan Kumar Dharmasena and Indian Nitin Menon. The match referee will be Andy Pycroft.

In addition to Menon and Dharmasena, Paul Wilson will serve as the TV umpire and Sharafuddaula Ibne Shaid will serve as the fourth umpire in the World Cup’s opening game, according to an ICC release.

The 2023 World Cup Team India was announced for the World Cup, and Suryakumar and Ishaan Kishan were given the opportunity. Dharmasena, Marais Erasmus, and Rod Tucker, three of the four umpires chosen for the World Cup 2019 final at Lord’s, are on the list. The only name missing from this list is Aleem Dar. 

In March of this year, he resigned from the prestigious panel. Jeff Crowe, Andy Pycroft, Richie Richardson, and Srinath, four match officials from the ICC Elite Panel, will officiate at the World Cup.

The list of umpires for ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 are given below:

  • Chris Brown
  • Kumar Dharmasena
  • Marais Erasmus
  • chris gaffney
  • Michael Gow
  • Adrian Holdstock
  • Richard Illingworth
  • Richard Kettleborough
  • Nitin Menon
  • Ahsan Raza
  • Paul Rieffel
  • Sharafuddaula Ibne Shaid
  • rod tucker
  • alex wharf
  • joel wilson
  • Paul Wilson

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