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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule is Here! (Official)

ICC Cricket World Cup Actual Official Schedule 2019

The Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule is finally out! ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is the international championship of One Day International cricket. It is organized by the International Cricket Council every four years. The event will begin on 30 May 2019. The first match will be played between England and South Africa in Kennington Oval, London. The ICC Cricket World Cup Schedule is the International Championship of One Day cricket. It is organized by International Cricket Council, every four years.

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India, the 1983 and 2011 winners will play their first match on 5 June against South Africa at the Hampshire Bowl, Southampton. The most awaited of India against archrivals Pakistan will be on June 16 at Old Trafford, Manchester.
The World Cup will span a total of 48 matches. From these 48 matches, 45 will make up the group stage. Each team will play nine group stage matches. The top four teams will progress to the semifinals.

ICC Cricket World Cup All Teams List:

The participating teams are reduced from 14 to 10. While eight teams were all directly qualified for the World Cup on the basis of ICC ODI rankings on 30th September 2017. The other 2 teams paved their way through ICC World Cup Qualifiers in March 2018. The list of Qualified Teams in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is given below:

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule

  • India
  • Australia
  • England
  • New Zealand
  • South Africa
  • Pakistan
  • Sri Lanka
  • Bangladesh
  • West Indies
  • Afghanistan

 

ICC World Cup 2019 Schedule

Below is the ICC World Cup 2019 Schedule, Venues and Time:

Match No Date/Day Match Time (IST) Venue
1 30-May, Thu England vs South Africa 3:00 PM Kennington Oval, London
2 31-May, Fri West Indies vs Pakistan 3:00 PM Trent Bridge, Nottingham
3 1-June, Sat New Zealand vs Sri Lanka 3:00 PM Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
4 1-June, Sat Afghanistan vs Australia 6:00 PM County Ground, Bristol
5 2-June, Sun South Africa vs Bangladesh 3:00 PM Kennington Oval, London
6 3-June, Mon England vs Pakistan 3:00 PM Trent Bridge, Nottingham
7 4-June, Tue Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka 3:00 PM Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
8 5-June, Wed South Africa vs India 3:00 PM The Rose Bowl, Southampton
9 5-June, Wed Bangladesh vs New Zealand 6:00 PM Kennington Oval, London
10 6-June, Thu Australia vs West Indies 3:00 PM Trent Bridge, Nottingham
11 7-June, Fri Pakistan vs Sri Lanka 3:00 PM County Ground, Bristol
12 8-June, Sat England vs Bangladesh 3:00 PM Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
13 8-June, Sat Afghanistan vs New Zealand 6:00 PM The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
14 9-June, Sun India vs Australia 3:00 PM Kennington Oval, London
15 10-June, Mon South Africa vs West Indies 3:00 PM The Rose Bowl, Southampton
16 11-June, Tue Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka 3:00 PM County Ground, Bristol
17 12-June, Wed Australia vs Pakistan 3:00 PM The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
18 13-June, Thu India vs New Zealand 3:00 PM Trent Bridge, Nottingham
19 14-June, Fri England vs West Indies 3:00 PM The Rose Bowl, Southampton
20 15-June, Sat Sri Lanka vs Australia 3:00 PM Kennington Oval, London
21 15-June, Sat South Africa vs Afghanistan 6:00 PM Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
22 16-June, Sun India vs Pakistan 3:00 PM Old Trafford, Manchester
23 17-June, Mon West Indies vs Bangladesh 3:00 PM The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
24 18-June, Tue England vs Afghanistan 3:00 PM Old Trafford, Manchester
25 19-June, Wed New Zealand vs South Africa 3:00 PM Edgbaston, Birmingham
26 20-June, Thu Australia vs Bangladesh 3:00 PM Trent Bridge, Nottingham
27 21-June, Fri England vs Sri Lanka 3:00 PM Headingley, Leeds
28 22-June, Sat India vs Afghanistan 3:00 PM The Rose Bowl, Southampton
29 22-June, Sat West Indies vs New Zealand 6:00 PM Old Trafford, Manchester
30 23-June, Sun Pakistan vs South Africa 3:00 PM Lord’s, London
31 24-June, Mon Bangladesh vs Afghanistan 3:00 PM The Rose Bowl, Southampton
32 25-June, Tue England vs Australia 3:00 PM Lord’s, London
33 26-June, Wed New Zealand vs Pakistan 3:00 PM Edgbaston, Birmingham
34 27-June, Thu West Indies vs India 3:00 PM Old Trafford, Manchester
35 28-June, Fri Sri Lanka vs South Africa 3:00 PM Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
36 29-June, Sat Pakistan vs Afghanistan 3:00 PM Headingley, Leeds
37 29-June, Sat New Zealand vs Australia 6:00 PM Lord’s, London
38 30-June, Sun England vs India 3:00 PM Edgbaston, Birmingham
39 1-July, Mon Sri Lanka vs West Indies 3:00 PM Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
40 2-July, Tue Bangladesh vs India 3:00 PM Edgbaston, Birmingham
41 3-July, Wed England vs New Zealand 3:00 PM Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
42 4-July, Thu Afghanistan vs West Indies 3:00 PM Headingley, Leeds
43 5-July, Fri Pakistan vs Bangladesh 3:00 PM Lord’s, London
44 6-July, Sat Sri Lanka vs India 3:00 PM Headingley, Leeds
45 6-July, Sat Australia vs South Africa 6:00 PM Old Trafford, Manchester
46 9-July, Tue TBC vs TBC 1st Semifinal 3:00 PM Old Trafford, Manchester
47 11-July, Thu TBC vs TBC 2nd Semifinal 3:00 PM Edgbaston, Birmingham
48 14-July, Sun TBC vs TBC Final 3:00 PM Lord’s, London

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ICC World Cup 2019 Schedule and Venues:

World Cup 2019 Schedule

England

  • Kennington Oval, London
  • Trent Bridge, Nottingham
  • County Ground, Bristol
  • TheRose Bowl, Southampton
  • The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
  • Old Trafford, Manchester
  • Edgbaston, Birmingham
  • Headingley, Leeds
  • Lord’s, London
  • RiversideGround, Chester-le-Street
  • Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
World Cup 2019 Schedule
World Cup 2019 Schedule

ICC World Cup 2019 Records:

Australia holds the record for most ICC World Cup wins. They had won World Cup five times, including three consecutive wins in 1999, 2003 and 2007. India has won the ICC Cricket World Cup twice in 1983 and 2011. Pakistan and Sri Lanka won the World Cup in 1992 and 1996 respectively. England has lost the World Cup finals the highest by any team, they had lost finals three times.

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