ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule, Fixtures Time-Table PDF

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule- World Cup of Cricket is one of the biggest cricketing tournaments followed all over the globe. This tournament is the grandest of all where every team fights each other for claiming the title of being the best in 50 overs cricket. The tournament will be returning to the land of its origin in the year 2019. The 2019 Cricket World Cup will be the 12th World Cup competition and the fifth time will be held in England and Wales from 30 May to 15 July 2019. The Final game of World Cup 2019 will be played in at Lords in London.

ICC plan to have just 10 teams in the 2019 World Cup while England will get direct qualify to the Cricket World Cup 2019. ICC Cricket World Cup has been chosen 11 different venues for the matches of World Cup 2019. First match will be played at Oval cricket ground, semifinals will take place in Old Trafford, Manchester, Edgbasten and Birmingham and the final will be at Lords cricket ground. Last time World Cup took place in England was back in 1999 where Australia won the competition.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Details

Dates: 30 May – 15 July
Administrator(s): International Cricket Council
Cricket format : One Day International
Tournament format: Round-robin and Knockout
Host(s): England, Wales
Participants: 10
Matches played: 48

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule

DateTimeMatchFixtureVenue
30 MayTBCMatch-1TBCTBC
15 JulyTBCFinalTBCTBC

ICC World Cup 2019 – Fixtures Schedule Release Date ?

The final schedule of the 2019 World Cup will be announced after the 2018 World Cup qualifiers. So we can expect the 2019 world cup full fixtures list to be out in July 2018.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Venue

NOGROUND & CapacityCITY
1Lord’s (28,000)London
2The Oval (28,000)London
3Rose Bowl (28,000)Southampton
4Old Trafford (28,000)Manchester
5Edgbaston (28,000)Birmingham
6Trent Bridge (28,000)Nottingham
7Riverside Ground (28,000)Chester-le-Street
8Headingley (28,000)Leeds
9County Cricket Ground (28,000)Bristol
10Sophia Gardens (28,000)Cardiff, Wales
11County Ground Taunton

2019 Cricket World Cup Qualification

10 teams will be selected in 2019 world cup, unlike 14 teams short listed from previous ICC World Cup in 2011 and 2015. In the ICC ranking 7 teams excluding England comprising the 10 full members and two associate members as of 30 September 2017, will get automatic qualification with the remaining two teams being decided by the 2018 cricket world cup qualifier in Bangladesh and the match will be held on 1 March to 4 April 2018.

ICC World Cup 2019: Full Schedule, date and venue

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019The International Cricket Council on Thursday confirmed the full schedule of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, which will be staged in England and Wales from May 30 to July 14.

England will open the tournament at The Oval on May 30 when they will take on South Africa, while Australia will launch their title defence on June 1 against the ICCCricket World Cup Qualifier champions Afghanistan in a day/night match in Bristol.

India, the 1983 and 2011 world champions, will play their first match on June 5 against South Africa at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton. Their feature match against archrivals Pakistan will be on June 16 at Old Trafford in Manchester.

The World Cup will span 48 matches in all, of which 45 will make up the group stage. Each team will play nine group stage matches, and the top four will progress to the semifinals, similar to how the 1992 World Cup was held.

DateMatchVenue
Thursday, May 30England vs South AfricaThe Oval, London
Friday, May 31West Indies vs PakistanTrent Bridge, Nottingham
Saturday, June 1New Zealand vs Sri LankaCardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Afghanistan vs Australia (D/N)Bristol County Ground, Bristol
Sunday, June 2South Africa vs BangladeshThe Oval, London
Monday, June 3England vs PakistanTrent Bridge, Nottingham
Tuesday, June 4Afghanistan vs Sri LankaCardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Wednesday, June 5South Africa vs IndiaHampshire Bowl, Southampton
Bangladesh vs New Zealand (D/N)The Oval, London
Thursday, June 6Australia vs West IndiesTrent Bridge, Nottingham
Friday, June 7Pakistan vs Sri LankaBristol County Ground, Bristol
Saturday, June 8England vs BangladeshCardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Afghanistan vs New ZealandCounty Ground, Taunton
Sunday, June 9India vs AustraliaThe Oval, London
Monday, June 10South Africa vs West IndiesHampshire Bowl, Southampton
Tuesday, June 11Bangladesh vs Sri LankaBristol County Ground, Bristol
Wednesday, June 12Australia vs PakistanCounty Ground, Taunton
Thursday, June 13India vs New ZealandTrent Bridge, Nottingham
Friday, June 14England vs West IndiesHampshire Bowl, Southampton
Saturday, June 15Sri Lanka vs AustraliaThe Oval, London
South Africa vs Afghanistan (D/N)Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Sunday, June 16India vs PakistanOld Trafford, Manchester
Monday, June 17West Indies vs BangladeshCounty Ground, Taunton
Tuesday, June 18England vs AfghanistanOld Trafford, Manchester
Wednesday, June 19New Zealand vs South AfricaEdgbaston, Birmingham
Thursday, June 20Australia vs BangladeshTrent Bridge, Nottingham
Friday, June 21England vs Sri LankaHeadingley, Leeds
Saturday, June 22India vs AfghanistanHampshire Bowl, Southampton
West Indies vs New Zealand (D/N)Old Trafford, Manchester
Sunday, June 23Pakistan vs South AfricaLord’s, London
Monday, June 24Bangladesh vs AfghanistanHampshire Bowl, Southampton
Tuesday, June 25England vs AustraliaLord’s, London
Wednesday, June 26New Zealand vs PakistanEdgbaston, Birmingham
Thursday, June 27West Indies vs IndiaOld Trafford, Manchester
Friday, June 28Sri Lanka vs South AfricaThe Riverside, Durham
Saturday, June 29Pakistan vs AfghanistanHeadingley, Leeds
New Zealand vs Australia (D/N)Lord’s, London
Sunday, June 30England vs IndiaEdgbaston, Birmingham
Monday, July 1Sri Lanka vs West IndiesThe Riverside, Durham
Tuesday, July 2Bangladesh vs IndiaEdgbaston, Birmingham
Wednesday, July 3England vs New ZealandThe Riverside, Durham
Thursday, July 4Afghanistan vs West IndiesHeadingley, Leeds
Friday, July 5Pakistan vs BangladeshLord’s, London
Saturday, July 6Sri Lanka vs IndiaHeadingley, Leeds
Australia vs South Africa (D/N)Old Trafford, Manchester
Tuesday, July 9Semi-Final (1 vs 4)Old Trafford, Manchester
Wednesday, July 10Reserve Day
Thursday, July 11Semi-Final (2 vs 3)Edgbaston, Birmingham
Friday, July 12Reserve Day
Sunday, July 14FinalLord’s, London
Monday, July 15Reserve Day

They will play a game each at Oval (Australia), Nottingham (New Zealand) and Leeds (Sri Lanka).

Team India’s fixtures:

June 5: South Africa (Southampton)

June 9: Australia (Oval)

June 13: New Zealand (Nottingham)

June 16: Pakistan (Manchester)

June 22: Afghanistan (Southampton)

June 27: West Indies (Manchester)

June 30: England (Birmingham)

July 2: Bangladesh (Birmingham)

July 6: Sri Lanka (Leeds)

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule: by venue

Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff

June 1– New Zealand v Sri Lanka (d)

June 4 – Afghanistan v Sri Lanka (d)

June 8 – England v Bangladesh (d)

June 15 – South Africa v Afghanistan (d/n)

County Ground Bristol, Bristol

June 1 – Afghanistan v Australia (d/n)

June 7– Pakistan v Sri Lanka (d)

June 11 – Bangladesh v Sri Lanka (d)

County Ground, Taunton

June 8 – Afghanistan v New Zealand (d/n)

June 12 – Australia v Pakistan (d)

June 17 – Windies v Bangladesh (d)

Edgbaston, Birmingham

June 19 – New Zealand v South Africa (d)

June 26 – New Zealand v Pakistan (d)

June 30 – England v India (d)

July 2 – Bangladesh v India (d)

July 11 – Second semi-final (2 v 3) (d)

July 12 – Reserve day

Hampshire Bowl, Southampton

June 5 – South Africa v India (d)

June 10 – South Africa v Windies (d)

June 14 – England v Windies (d)

June 22 – India v Afghanistan (d)

June 24 – Bangladesh v Afghanistan (d)

Headingley, Leeds

June 21 – England v Sri Lanka (d)

June 29 – Pakistan v Afghanistan (d)

July 4 – Afghanistan v Windies (d)

July 6 – Sri Lanka v India (d)

Lord’s, London

June 23 – Pakistan v South Africa (d)

June 25 – England v Australia (d)

June 29 – New Zealand v Australia (d/n)

July 5 – Pakistan v Bangladesh (d/n)

July 14 – Final (d)

July 15 – Reserve day

Old Trafford, Manchester

June 16 – India v Pakistan (d)

June 18 – England v Afghanistan (d)

June 22 – West Indies v New Zealand (d/n)

June 27 – West Indies v India (d)

July 6 – Australia v South Africa (d/n)

July 9 – First semifinal (1 v 4) (d)

July 10 – Reserve day

The Oval, London

May 30 – England v South Africa (d)

June 2 – South Africa v Bangladesh (d)

June 5 – Bangladesh v New Zealand (d/n)

June 9 – India v Australia (d)

June 15 – Sri Lanka v Australia (d)

The Riverside, Chester-le-Street

June 28 – Sri Lanka v South Africa (d)

July 1 – Sri Lanka v Windies (d)

July 3 – England v New Zealand (d)

Trent Bridge, Nottingham

May 31 – West Indies v Pakistan (d)

June 3 – England v Pakistan (d)

June 6 – Australia v Windies (d)

June 13 – India v New Zealand (d)

June 20 – Australia v Bangladesh (d)

— Source ICC

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