The Cricket World Cup is less than a week away and it is time for some game practice for teams to get warmed up for the real action which begins on 30th May.
Starting with Pakistan’s fixture against Afghanistan today, there will be a total of 10 official warm-up matches ahead of the World Cup.
Australia has already had an unofficial warm-up outing against the West Indies.
Here is a list of all the World Cup 2019 warm-up matches:
|Day, Date||Warm-up Fixture||Venue|
|Friday, 24 May||Pakistan vs Afghanistan||Bristol|
|Sri Lanka vs South Africa||Cardiff|
|Saturday, 25 May||England vs Australia||Southampton|
|India vs New Zealand||London|
|Sunday, 26 May||South Africa vs West Indies||Bristol|
|Pakistan vs Bangladesh||Cardiff|
|Monday, 27 May||Australia vs Sri Lanka||Southampton|
|England vs Afghanistan||London|
|Tuesday, 28 May||West Indies vs New Zealand||Bristol|
|Bangladesh vs India||Cardiff|
It remains to be seen whether the official broadcasters air all the warm-up matches or not. However, one of the two matches on each day will be telecasted live on partner channels like Ten Sports, PTV Sports, etc.