ICC Cricket world Cup 2019 Fixtures, Schedule
The biggest battle of cricket is going to begin. The alarm bell ring rising and we cannot wait the cricket world cup to take place. This is the 12th edition of the world cup which will be played among top ten cricket nations in UK. The first match will be played between host England and South Africa on May 30, 2019.
ICC has already announced the fixtures, schedule and timetable of the matches, and this world cup will see each team take on the other side once apiece. There will be total of 45 matches during the league competitions, and this will lead to semi-finals and final.
Round robin format has been used in 1992 world cup where Pakistani Team lift the trophy, Imran Khan as a captain was leading the team in 1992 world cup.
The world cup matches have been spread across length and breadth of the United Kingdom, and there are total 11 venues chosen to host the games.
Each venue will host at least three cricket games, and the final will be hosted by the Mecca of Cricket Lords.
ICC Cricket world cup Schedule 2019:
There are total ten teams playing in the tournament, the league will be played in round-robin format of the game, like the way matches were played in 1992. The top four teams of all ten will progress to the semi-finals.
England is the host of the tournament, and England side is at its peak, but England’s team performance in mega-events has never been impressive. Let’s see how England will perform in this Mega event, and if the side can qualify to the finals like the way they qualified for the final in 2015 and lost against Australia.
|Thursday, May 30||England vs South Africa||The Oval, London|
|Friday, May 31||West Indies vs Pakistan||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|Saturday, June 1||New Zealand vs Sri Lanka||Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff|
|Afghanistan vs Australia (D/N)||Bristol County Ground, Bristol|
|Sunday, June 2||South Africa vs Bangladesh||The Oval, London|
|Monday, June 3||England vs Pakistan||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|Tuesday, June 4||Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka||Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff|
|Wednesday, June 5||South Africa vs India||Hampshire Bowl, Southampton|
|Bangladesh vs New Zealand (D/N)||The Oval, London|
|Thursday, June 6||Australia vs West Indies||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|Friday, June 7||Pakistan vs Sri Lanka||Bristol County Ground, Bristol|
|Saturday, June 8||England vs Bangladesh||Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff|
|Afghanistan vs New Zealand||County Ground, Taunton|
|Sunday, June 9||India vs Australia||The Oval, London|
|Monday, June 10||South Africa vs West Indies||Hampshire Bowl, Southampton|
|Tuesday, June 11||Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka||Bristol County Ground, Bristol|
|Wednesday, June 12||Australia vs Pakistan||County Ground, Taunton|
|Thursday, June 13||India vs New Zealand||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|Friday, June 14||England vs West Indies||Hampshire Bowl, Southampton|
|Saturday, June 15||Sri Lanka vs Australia||The Oval, London|
|South Africa vs Afghanistan (D/N)||Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff|
|Sunday, June 16||India vs Pakistan||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|Monday, June 17||West Indies vs Bangladesh||County Ground, Taunton|
|Tuesday, June 18||England vs Afghanistan||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|Wednesday, June 19||New Zealand vs South Africa||Edgbaston, Birmingham|
|Thursday, June 20||Australia vs Bangladesh||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|Friday, June 21||England vs Sri Lanka||Headingley, Leeds|
|Saturday, June 22||India vs Afghanistan||Hampshire Bowl, Southampton|
|West Indies vs New Zealand (D/N)||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|Sunday, June 23||Pakistan vs South Africa||Lord’s, London|
|Monday, June 24||Bangladesh vs Afghanistan||Hampshire Bowl, Southampton|
|Tuesday, June 25||England vs Australia||Lord’s, London|
|Wednesday, June 26||New Zealand vs Pakistan||Edgbaston, Birmingham|
|Thursday, June 27||West Indies vs India||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|Friday, June 28||Sri Lanka vs South Africa||The Riverside, Durham|
|Saturday, June 29||Pakistan vs Afghanistan||Headingley, Leeds|
|New Zealand vs Australia (D/N)||Lord’s, London|
|Sunday, June 30||England vs India||Edgbaston, Birmingham|
|Monday, July 1||Sri Lanka vs West Indies||The Riverside, Durham|
|Tuesday, July 2||Bangladesh vs India||Edgbaston, Birmingham|
|Wednesday, July 3||England vs New Zealand||The Riverside, Durham|
|Thursday, July 4||Afghanistan vs West Indies||Headingley, Leeds|
|Friday, July 5||Pakistan vs Bangladesh||Lord’s, London|
|Saturday, July 6||Sri Lanka vs India||Headingley, Leeds|
|Australia vs South Africa (D/N)||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|Tuesday, July 9||Semi-Final (1 vs 4)||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|Wednesday, July 10||Reserve Day|
|Thursday, July 11||Semi-Final (2 vs 3)||Edgbaston, Birmingham|
|Friday, July 12||Reserve Day|
|Sunday, July 14||Final||Lord’s, London|
|Monday, July 15||Reserve Day|
ICC Cricket world cup 2019 Fixtures:
Pakistani team the winner of the world cup 1992 will see two times world cup champion West Indies in his first match of the league, which will be played on 31 May at Nottingham.
World cup 2019 timetable will see each team playing nine matches against other nine teams with the top four sides qualifying for the semi- finals and next two teams to final. There are total 11 venues where the games will be played and Lords will fitness the biggest show of the world cup, final.
These are the 11 venues where the world cup will be played from 30th May 2019 to 14TH of July 2019.
Old Trafford in Manchester, County Ground in Bristol, County Ground in Taunton, Southampton, Leeds in Headingly, Cardiff, Edgbaston in Birmingham, Trent Bridge in Nottingham and Chester-Le-Street in Durham, Lord’s and the Oval in London.
India two times world cup Champion will play their first match on June 5 against South Africa at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton.
And the biggest battle of the cricket, the mega show, Pakistan vs India will be played on June 16 at Old Trafford in Manchester.
The total 48 Matches in all will be played, of which 45 will make up the group stage, and the top four will progress to semi-finals