ICC World Cup Cricket 2019 Schedule
- Updated: May 31, 2019
The Cricket World Cup 2019 is about to begin and fans worldwide wait again with bated breath as their favorite teams compete with one another, in the beautiful country of England. As England welcomes the summer, so does it welcome the nine other countries looking forward to take the Cup home.
The Cricket World Cup 2019 England is to be a Round- Robin Tournament, and not the conventional Elimination one, where all the teams will play the others once and the top four will move on to the Semi- Finals.
The first match listed on ICC World Cup 2019 schedule is definitely an important one as England is a favorite on its home ground. South Africa is yet to win a World Cup but it has one of the strongest teams this year.
According to the ICC World Cup matches schedule, India would be playing its first major game this World Cup on the 5th of June, against South Africa. India has young team and a great captain and they are looking forward to winning the World Cup for the third time this year.
Australia is always a strong contender when it comes to the ICC World Cup and West Indies has one of its most aggressive teams this year. The match between them on the 6th of June is definitely going to be a great game to watch.
The other match to look out for will be the match between India and Australia to be held on the 9th of June. Ever since Sourav Ganguly had beaten the Australians way back in the 2000s, the rivalry between both these teams has become the stuff of legends.
The match that most Indians would be looking forward to in the Cricket World Cup 2019 England of course, is to be held on the 16th of June, versus Pakistan. There is hardly anything more entertaining than watching these two teams fighting it out, and since they would be coming face to face just once- given the format this year- this match will have all the added excitement.
The match which the host country will look forward to is, to be held on the 25th of June, versus Australia. The England Australia match is always a match of honor and this year it will be no different. The pressure will of course, be on Australia as England would enjoy the advantage of the home crowd.
Below is the World Cup Cricket England Fixture for this year’s match.
|Date||Team A||Team B||Stadium||Venue||Result|
|30th May||England||South Africa||The Oval||London||England won by 104 runs|
|31st May||West Indies||Pakistan||Trent Bridge||Nottingham||West Indies won by 7 wickets|
|1st June||New Zealand||Sri Lanka||Sophia Gardens||Cardiff||New Zealand won by 10 wickets|
|1st June||Australia||Afghanistan||County Ground||Bristol||Australia won by 7 wickets|
|2nd June||South Africa||Bangladesh||The Oval||London||Bangladesh won by 21 runs|
|3rd June||England||Pakistan||Trent Bridge||Nottingham||Pakistan won by 14 runs|
|4th June||Afghanistan||Sri Lanka||Sophia Gardens||Cardiff||Sri Lanka won by 34 runs|
|5th June||South Africa||India||Rose Bowl||Southampton||India won by 6 wickets|
|5th June||Bangladesh||New Zealand||The Oval||London||New Zealand won by 2 wickets|
|6th June||Australia||West Indies||Trent Bridge||Nottingham||Australia won by 15 runs|
|7th June||Pakistan||Sri Lanka||County Ground||Bristol||Match Abandoned without a ball bowled|
|8th June||England||Bangladesh||Sophia Gardens||Cardiff||England won by 106 runs|
|8th June||Afghanistan||New Zealand||The Cooper |
Associates County Ground
|Taunton||New Zealand won by 7 wickets|
|9th June||India||Australia||The Oval||London||India won by 36 runs|
|10th June||South Africa||West Indies||Rose Bowl||Southampton||No result|
|11th June||Bangladesh||Sri Lanka||County Ground||Bristol||Match Abandoned without a ball bowled|
|12th June||Australia||Pakistan||The Cooper |
Associates County Ground
|Taunton||Australia won by 41 runs|
|June 13th||India||New Zealand||Trent Bridge||Nottingham||Match Abandoned without a ball bowled|
|June 14th||England||West Indies||Rose Bowl||Southampton||England won by 8 wickets|
|June 15th||Sri Lanka||Australia||The Oval||London||Australia won by 87 runs|
|South Africa||Afghanistan||Sophia Gardens||Cardiff||South Africa won by 9 wickets|
|June 16th||India||Pakistan||Emirates Old Trafford||Manchester||India won by 89 runs (D/L method)|
|17th June||West Indies||Bangladesh||The Cooper Associates|
|Taunton||Bangladesh won by 7 wickets (51 balls left)|
|18th June||England||Afghanistan||Emirates Old Trafford||Manchester||England won by 150 runs|
|19th June||New Zealand||South Africa||Edgbaston||Birmingham||New Zealand won by 4 wickets (3 balls left)|
|20th June||Australia||Bangladesh||Trent Bridge||Nottingham||Australia won by 48 runs|
|21st June||England||Sri Lanka||Headingley||Leeds||Sri Lanka won by 20 runs|
|22nd June||India||Afghanistan||Rose Bowl||Southampton||India won by 11 runs|
|22nd June||West Indies||New Zealand||Emirates Old Trafford||Manchester||New Zealand won by 5 runs|
|23rd June||Pakistan||South Africa||Lord’s||London||Pakistan won by 49 runs|
|24th June||Bangladesh||Afghanistan||Rose Bowl||Southampton||Bangladesh won by 62 runs|
|25th June||England||Australia||Lord’s||London||Australia won by 64 runs|
|26th June||New Zealand||Pakistan||Edgbaston||Birmingham||Pakistan won by 6 wickets (5 balls left)|
|27th June||West Indies||India||Emirates Old Trafford||Manchester||India won by 125 runs|
|28th June||Sri Lanka||South Africa||Riverside Ground||Chester-le- Street||South Africa won by 9 wickets (76 balls left)|
|29th June||Pakistan||Afghanistan||Headingley||Leeds||Pakistan won by 3 wickets (5 balls left)|
|29th June||New Zealand||Australia||Lord’s||London||Australia won by 86 runs|
|30th June||England||India||Edgbaston||Birmingham||England won by 31 runs|
|1st July||Sri Lanka||West Indies||Riverside Ground||Chester- le Street|| |
Sri Lanka won by 23 runs
|2nd July||Bangladesh||India||Edgbaston||Birmingham||India won by 28 runs|
|3rd July||England||New Zealand||Riverside Ground||Chester le Street||England won by 119 runs|
|4th July||Afghanistan||West India||Headingley||Leeds|| |
West India won 23 runs
|5th July||Pakistan||Bangladesh||Lord’s||London||Pakistan won by 94 runs|
|6th July||India||Sri Lanka||Headingley||Leeds||India won by 7 wickets|
|6th July||South Africa||Australia||Old Trafford||Manchester||South Africa won by 10 runs|
|9th July||India||New Zealand|| Old Trafford|
(1st Semi Final)
|Manchester||New Zealand won by 18 runs|
|11th July||Australia||England||Edgbaston |
(2nd Semi Final)
|Birmingham||Not Played Yet|
Click here to know the current team standings: ICC World Cup 2019 Points Table