ICC World Cup 2019 Schedule

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england

England

Warm up
May 25 - 2:30 PM
Southampton

australia

Australia

india

India

Warm up
May 25 - 2:30 PM
London

new-zealand

New Zealand

south-africa

South Africa

Warm up
May 26 - 2:30 PM
Bristol

west-indies

West Indies

pakistan

Pakistan

Warm up
May 26 - 2:30 PM
Cardiff

bangladesh

Bangladesh

australia

Australia

Warm up
May 27 - 2:30 PM
Southampton

sri-lanka

Sri Lanka

england

England

Warm up
May 27 - 2:30 PM
London

afghanistan

Afghanistan

west-indies

West Indies

Warm up
May 28 - 2:30 PM
Bristol

new-zealand

New Zealand

bangladesh

Bangladesh

Warm up
May 28 - 2:30 PM
Cardiff

india

India

england

England

1st Match
May 30 - 2:30 PM
London

south-africa

South Africa

pakistan

Pakistan

2nd Match
May 31 - 2:30 PM
Nottingham

west-indies

West Indies

new-zealand

New Zealand

3rd Match
Jun 1 - 2:30 PM
Cardiff

sri-lanka

Sri Lanka

afghanistan

Afghanistan

4th Match
Jun 1 - 05:30 PM
Bristol

australia

Australia

bangladesh

Bangladesh

5th Match
Jun 2 - 2:30 PM
London

south-africa

South Africa

england

England

6th Match
Jun 3 - 2:30 PM
Nottingham

pakistan

Pakistan

afghanistan

Afghanistan

7th Match
Jun 4 - 2:30 PM
Cardiff

sri-lanka

Sri Lanka

india

India

8th Match
Jun 5 - 2:30 PM
Southampton

south-africa

South Africa

bangladesh

Bangladesh

9th Match
Jun 5 - 05:30 PM
London

new-zealand

New Zealand

australia

Australia

10th Match
Jun 6 - 2:30 PM
Nottingham

west-indies

West Indies

pakistan

Pakistan

11th Match
Jun 7 - 2:30 PM
Bristol

sri-lanka

Sri Lanka

england

England

12th Match
Jun 8 - 2:30 PM
Cardiff

bangladesh

Bangladesh

afghanistan

Afghanistan

13th Match
Jun 8 - 05:30 PM
Taunton

new-zealand

New Zealand

australia

Australia

14th Match
Jun 9 - 2:30 PM
London

india

India

south-africa

South Africa

15th Match
Jun 10 - 2:30 PM
Southampton

west-indies

West Indies

bangladesh

Bangladesh

16th Match
Jun 11 - 2:30 PM
Bristol

sri-lanka

Sri Lanka

australia

Australia

17th Match
Jun 12 - 2:30 PM
Taunton

pakistan

Pakistan

india

India

18th Match
Jun 13 - 2:30 PM
Nottingham

new-zealand

New Zealand

england

England

19th Match
Jun 14 - 2:30 PM
Southampton

west-indies

West Indies

australia

Australia

20th Match
Jun 15 - 2:30 PM
London

sri-lanka

Sri Lanka

afghanistan

Afghanistan

21st Match
Jun 15 - 05:30 PM
Cardiff

south-africa

South Africa

india

India

22nd Match
Jun 16 - 2:30 PM
Manchester

pakistan

Pakistan

bangladesh

Bangladesh

23rd Match
Jun 17 - 2:30 PM
Taunton

west-indies

West Indies

afghanistan

Afghanistan

24th Match
Jun 18 - 2:30 PM
Manchester

england

England

new-zealand

New Zealand

25th Match
Jun 19 - 2:30 PM
Birmingham

south-africa

South Africa

australia

Australia

26th Match
Jun 20 - 2:30 PM
Nottingham

bangladesh

Bangladesh

england

England

27th Match
Jun 21 - 2:30 PM
Leeds

sri-lanka

Sri Lanka

afghanistan

Afghanistan

28th Match
Jun 22 - 2:30 PM
Southampton

india

India

new-zealand

New Zealand

29th Match
Jun 22 - 05:30 PM
Manchester

west-indies

West Indies

pakistan

Pakistan

30th Match
Jun 23 - 2:30 PM
London

south-africa

South Africa

afghanistan

Afghanistan

31th Match
Jun 24 - 2:30 PM
Southampton

bangladesh

Bangladesh

england

England

32nd Match
Jun 25 - 2:30 PM
London

australia

Australia

new-zealand

New Zealand

33rd Match
Jun 26 - 2:30 PM
Birmingham

pakistan

Pakistan

india

India

34th Match
Jun 27 - 2:30 PM
Manchester

west-indies

West Indies

south-africa

South Africa

35th Match
Jun 28 - 2:30 PM
Chester-le-Street

sri-lanka

Sri Lanka

afghanistan

Afghanistan

36th Match
Jun 29 - 2:30 PM
Leeds

pakistan

Pakistan

australia

Australia

37th Match
Jun 29 - 05:30 PM
London

new-zealand

New Zealand

england

England

38th Match
Jun 30 - 2:30 PM
Birmingham

india

India

sri-lanka

Sri Lanka

39th Match
Jul 1 - 2:30 PM
Chester-le-Street

west-indies

West Indies

bangladesh

Bangladesh

40th Match
Jul 2 - 2:30 PM
Birmingham

india

India

england

England

41th Match
Jul 3 - 2:30 PM
Chester-le-Street

new-zealand

New Zealand

afghanistan

Afghanistan

42nd Match
Jul 4 - 2:30 PM
Leeds

west-indies

West Indies

bangladesh

Bangladesh

43rd Match
Jun 5 - 05:30 PM
London

pakistan

Pakistan

india

India

44th Match
Jul 6 - 2:30 PM
Leeds

sri-lanka

Sri Lanka

australia

Australia

45th Match
Jul 6 - 05:30 PM
Manchester

south-africa

South Africa

World Cup 2019 Schedule

The biggest cricketing event in the world, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is scheduled to start from 30th May with grand final slated to be held on 14th June, 2019. The cricket fans are super excited and the event promises to live up to the expectations. The mega event will be played on the format of 1992 World Cup and Pakistanis have fond memories of the victory under Imran Khan’s dynamic leadership.

The tournament spans over a period of more than one and a half month with 48 matches to be played. Pakistan’s campaign starts on 31st May against the West Indies, while the Green Shirts will play their last fixture against Bangladesh on 5th July. Like all other teams, Pakistan will play 9 matches, against all other teams once, in the league stage, before the action moves on to the semi-finals and the final.

World Cup 2019 Format

Australia are the defending champions having won the 2015 edition of the World Cup by beating their trans-Tasman rivals New Zealand in the final. The World Cup 2019 promises to be a more balanced tournament than it has ever been with all 10 teams aiming for glory. Gone are the days when teams like Bangladesh and Afghanistan were written off at the start of the tournaments. The teams have evolved and they pose as much a threat to top teams as Pakistan, Sri Lanka and New Zealand.

The World Cup 2019 fixtures will be more evenly matched as teams have looked more confident than ever. Whether it’s the West Indies or Sri Lanka, Afghanistan or Bangladesh, Pakistan or New Zealand or any other team, there’s hope in the camps and back home in the respective countries. Pakistan will be entering into the tournament as underdogs, however, the Champions Trophy triumph despite a poor start has rung the alarm bells for all teams and they will be more wary of a resurgent Pakistan this time around.


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