ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule, squad, Players, Match venue

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Icc Cricket world cup 2019 is the 12th edition that starts on May 30, 2019, In the United Kingdom. Here we can discuss the ICC cricket world cup, 2019 Schedule,  teams. A total of 10 teams will participate in this edition of the tournament and the World Cup 2019 schedule sees each of these teams take on the other side once apiece, making it 45 matches during the league stage of the competition. This will be followed by the semi-finals and the final.

This World Cup will see its matches spread across the length and breadth of the country, with 11 venues picked to host the games. Each venue will host at least three matches. According to the World Cup fixtures, the venues are Lord’s and the Oval in London, Old Trafford in Manchester, County Ground in Bristol, County Ground in Taunton, Southampton, Leeds in Headingley, Cardiff, Edgbaston in Birmingham, Trent Bridge in Nottingham and Chester-le-Street in Durham.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule, Venue, Teams

The World Cup opener will have England take on South Africa on Thursday, May 30 at the Oval in London, and this will be followed by the Windies facing off against Pakistan the next day.

New Zealand’s opening game of the competition will come against Sri Lanka on June 1 at Cardiff, while on the same day qualifier Afghanistan will take on defending champions Australia at Bristol. Bangladesh will have to wait till June 2 for their opener against South Africa, and that will be played at the Oval as well, while India have opted to play their first game later on June 5 and that match will also be against South Africa – essentially, India’s first game of the competition will be South Africa’s third.

The league stage of the World Cup will go all the way up to July 6 when India faces off against traditional rivals Sri Lanka at Leeds and Australia clash with South Africa at Manchester. The top four sides will qualify for the semi-finals, with the team finishing at the top of the table scheduled to take on the fourth-placed side in the first semi-final at Old Trafford in Manchester on July 9. On July 11, the second semi-final will be played between the second and third-placed teams at Birmingham before the final on July 14. The full ICC Cricket World Cup fixtures can be found here

DateICC Cricket World Cup Fixtures 2019Venue
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

Cricket World Cup 2019 Squads

All 10 teams, hosts England, defending champions Australia, runner-up New Zealand, 2011 winners, and semi-finalist India and the other semi-finalists South Africa, along with Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, and Windies will name their squads for this World Cup about a month or two before the start of the tournament. Even before that, they will be asked to name their 30-man probable squad from which they will need to pick that final 15. Expect more on the Cricket World Cup 2019 teams by April 2019.

Pakistan Squad

Sarfraz Ahmed (captain),

Fakhar Zaman,

Imam-ul-Haq,

Abid Ali,

Babar Azam,

Shoaib Malik,

Mohammad Hafeez (subject to fitness),

Shadab Khan,

Imad Wasim,

Haris Sohail,

Hasan Ali,

Faheem Ashraf,

Shaheen Afridi,

Junaid Khan,

Mohammad Hasnain

India Squad:

Virat Kohli (captain),

Rohit Sharma,

MS Dhoni,

Hardik Pandya,

Shikhar Dhawan,

Kedar Jadhav,

Ravindra Jadeja,

Mohammed Shami,

Kuldeep Yadav,

Yuzvendra Chahal,

Jasprit Bumrah,

Bhuvneshwar Kumar,

Vijay Shankar,

KL Rahul,

Dinesh Karthik

Sri Lanka Squad:

Dimuth Karunaratne (captain),

Avishka Fernando,

Lahiru Thirimanne,

Kusal Perera (wk),

Kusal Mendis,

Dhananjaya de Silva, Jeevan Mendis,

Milinda Siriwardana,

Angelo Mathews,

Thisara Perera,

Isuru Udana,

Lasith Malinga,

Suranga Lakmal,

Jeffrey Vandersay,

Nuwan Pradeep.

England Squad:

Eoin Morgan (captain),

Moeen Ali,

Jonny Bairstow,

Jos Buttler,

Tom Curran,

Alex Hales,

Liam Plunkett,

Adil Rashid,

Joe Root,

Jason Roy,

David Willey,

Mark Wood,

Sam Billings,

Jake Ball

Australia Squad:

Aaron Finch (captain),

Steve Smith,

David Warner,

Jason Behrendorff,

Alex Carey (wk),

Nathan Coulter-Nile,

Pat Cummins,

Usman Khawaja,

Nathan Lyon,

Shaun Marsh,

Glenn Maxwell,

Jhye Richardson,

Mitchell Starc,

Marcus Stoinis,

Adam Zampa

New Zealand Squad:

Kane Williamson (captain),

Tom Blundell,

Trent Boult,

Colin de Grandhomme,

Lockie Ferguson,

Martin Guptill,

Matt Henry,

Tom Latham,

Colin Munro,

Jimmy Neesham,

Henry Nicholls,

Mitchell Santner,

Ish Sodhi,

Tim Southee,

Ross Taylor

Windies Squad:

Jason Holder (captain),

Andre Russell,

Ashley Nurse,

Carlos Brathwaite,

Chris Gayle,

Darren Bravo,

Evin Lewis,

Fabian Allen,

Kemar Roach,

Nicholas Pooran,

Oshane Thomas,

Shai Hope,

Shannon Gabriel,

Sheldon Cottrell,

Shimron Hetmyer

Bangladesh Squad:

Mashrafe Mortaza (captain),

Shakib Al Hasan (VC),

Tamim Iqbal, Liton Das,

Soumya Sarkar,

Mushfiqur Rahim (wk),

Mahmudullah,

Mohammad Mithun,

Sabbir Rahaman,

Mosaddek Hossain,

Mohammad Saifuddin,

Mehidy Hasan Miraz,

Rubel Hossain,

Mustafizur Rahman,

Abu Jayed

Afghanistan Squad:

Gulbadin Naib (C),

Mohammad Shahzad (wk),

Noor Ali Zadran,

Hazratullah Zazai,

Rahmat Shah,

Asghar Afghan,

Hashmatullah Shahidi,

Najibullah Zadran,

Samiullah Shinwari,

Mohammad Nabi,

Rashid Khan,

Dawlat Zadran,

Aftab Alam,

Hamid Hassan,

Mujeeb ur Rahman

South Africa Squad:

af du Plessis (captain),

JP Duminy,

David Miller,

Dale Steyn,

Andile Phehlukwayo,

Imran Tahir,

Kagiso Rabada,

Dwaine Pretorius,

Quinton de Kock,

Anrich Nortje,

Lungi Ngidi,

Aiden Markram,

Rassie van der Dussen,

Hashim Amla,

Tabraiz Shamsi.

Watch cricket world cup On Below Tv Channels

  • Star Sports (India and the rest of the Indian Sub-continent)
  • PTV (Pakistan)
  • Sky Sports (United Kingdom & Republic of Ireland)
  • SuperSport (South Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa)
  • OSN (the Middle East & North Africa)
  • Fox Sports (Australia)
  • Willow TV (USA)
  • Sky TV (New Zealand)
  • Ten Sports (Pakistan)
  • ESPN (Caribbean)
  • Gazi TV (Bangladesh)
  • SLRC (Sri Lanka)
  • Fox Networks Group (South East Asia)
  • ATN (Canada)

Also, you can watch Video Highlights on Youtube.

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