The 12th edition of ICC Cricket World Cup is scheduled to be played from 30 May to 14 July, 2019 in England. This will be the fifth occasion when England and Wales to host a cricket world cup as 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999 cricket world cups were held successfully in the region. Total 10 teams are going to take part in 2019 cricket world cup.
The cricket world cup 2019 is set to be hosted in Edgbaston, The Oval, Lord’s, Old Trafford, Trent Bridge, Headingley and County Cricket Ground. London’s The Oval will host the opening game of 2019 world cup between England and South Africa whereas Lord’s to host final match.
A total of 11 venues to host cricket’e showpiece event.
Lord’s to host ICC world cup final for the fifth time on 14th July 2019.
There will be 10 national cricket teams participating in the twelfth edition of ICC world cup which are less than four teams from 2015 world cup. The 8 teams of tournament qualified from ICC rankings as on 30 September 2017 whereas rest 2 teams come from 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifier.
Following 10 teams will be seen playing 2019 world cup.
- Sri Lanka
- New Zealand
Check more: ICC World Cup 2019 Squads
The complete fixtures and time table of 2019 cricket world cup was announced in April 2018. Hosts England will be playing South Africa in the opening match of tournament on May 30.
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Meanwhile final is scheduled to play on July 14th.
|30 May 2019||10:30 BST||Match 1||England vs South Africa||The Oval|
|31 May 2019||10:30 BST||Match 2||Pakistan vs West Indies||Trent Bridge|
|1 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 3||New Zealand vs Sri Lanka||Sophia Gardens|
|13:30 BST||Match 4||Australia vs Afghanistan||County Ground|
|2 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 5||Bangladesh vs South Africa||The Oval|
|3 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 6||England vs Pakistan||Trent Bridge|
|4 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 7||Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka||Sophia Gardens|
|5 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 8||India vs South Africa||Rose Bowl|
|13:30 BST||Match 9||Bangladesh vs New Zealand||The Oval|
|6 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 10||Australia vs West Indies||Trent Bridge|
|7 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 11||Pakistan vs Sri Lanka||County Ground|
|8 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 12||England vs Bangladesh||Sophia Gardens|
|13:30 BST||Match 13||Afghanistan vs New Zealand||County Ground|
|9 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 14||Australia vs India||The Oval|
|10 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 15||South Africa vs West Indies||Rose Bowl|
|11 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 16||Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka||County Ground|
|12 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 17||Australia vs Pakistan||County Ground|
|13 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 18||India vs New Zealand||Trent Bridge|
|14 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 19||England vs West Indies||Rose Bowl|
|15 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 20||Australia vs Sri Lanka||The Oval|
|13:30 BST||Match 21||Afghanistan vs South Africa||Sophia Gardens|
|16 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 22||India vs Pakistan||Old Trafford|
|17 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 23||Bangladesh vs West Indies||County Ground|
|18 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 24||England vs Afghanistan||Old Trafford|
|19 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 25||New Zealand vs South Africa||Edgbaston|
|20 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 26||Australia vs Bangladesh||Trent Bridge|
|21 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 27||England vs Sri Lanka||Headingly|
|22 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 28||Afghanistan vs India||Rose Bowl|
|13:30 BST||Match 29||New Zealand vs West Indies||Old Trafford|
|23 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 30||Pakistan vs South Africa||Lord’s|
|24 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 31||Afghanistan vs Bangladesh||Rose Bowl|
|25 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 32||England vs Australia||Lord’s|
|26 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 33||New Zealand vs Pakistan||Edgbaston|
|27 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 34||India vs West Indies||Old Trafford|
|28 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 35||South Africa vs Sri Lanka||Riverside Ground|
|29 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 36||Afghanistan vs Pakistan||Headingly|
|13:30 BST||Match 37||Australia vs New Zealand||Lord’s|
|30 June 2019||10:30 BST||Match 38||England vs India||Edgbaston|
|1 July 2019||10:30 BST||Match 39||Sri Lanka vs West Indies||Riverside Ground|
|2 July 2019||10:30 BST||Match 40||Bangladesh vs India||Edgbaston|
|3 July 2019||10:30 BST||Match 41||England vs New Zealand||Riverside Ground|
|4 July 2019||10:30 BST||Match 42||Afghanistan vs West Indies||Headingly|
|5 July 2019||10:30 BST||Match 43||Bangladesh vs Pakistan||Lord’s|
|6 July 2019||10:30 BST||Match 44||India vs Sri Lanka||Headingly|
|13:30 BST||Match 45||Australia vs South Africa||Old Trafford|
|9 July 2019||10:30 BST||Match 46||Semi-Final 1st: India vs New Zealand||Old Trafford|
|11 July 2019||10:30 BST||Match 47||Semi-Final 2nd: Australia vs England||Edgbaston|
|14 July 2019||13:30 BST||Match 48||Final: New Zealand vs England||Lord’s|
Star India has got the official broadcasting rights for all major International Cricket Council tournaments. Hence the broadcast network to bring live coverage and telecast of 2019 world cup matches on television sets as well as on internet.
Complete list of tv channels and broadcasters can be viewed here.
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