ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
This ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be the 12th edition of this mega tournament. England and Wales will host this tournament from 30 May to 14 July 2019. Round-Robin and Knockout will be the tournament’s format. In the format, all the participants will be in a single group and each participant will play against every other participant once. After that, top 4 participants will qualify for the Semi-Finals and then Final.
In this world Cup 10 countries will participate and 48 matches will be played in total. The group stage contain 45 matches and the rest 3 matches are 2 Semi-Final and Final.
Furthermore, England and Wales will host the cricket world cup for fifth time. Before this, England and Wales hosted 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999 World Cups. The first match of this world cup will be played in The Oval and the Final will be played at Lord’s.
Hence, this will be the first World Cup, in which all test playing nations and no Associate members are participating.
List of Qualifying Nations
In this world Cup less countries are participating as compared to previous editions. The host England and top 7 teams of ICC One Day International (till 30th September 2018) automatically qualifies for this mega tournament. The remaining 2 spots will be decided in the 2018 Cricket World Cup qualifiers.
The list of venues for this tournament was released on 26 April 2018 after the meeting of ICC in Kolkata.
|1||Birmingham||Edgbaston||Warwickshire||25,000||5 (including semi final)|
|2||Bristol||Bristol County Ground||Gloucestershire||17,500||3|
|6||London||Lord's||Middlesex||28,000||5 (including final)|
|8||Manchester||Old Trafford||Lancashire||26,000||6 (including semi final)|
The ICC (International Cricket Council) released the date, time and venue of each match on 26th April 2018. All times are in British Summer Time.
|1||30 May 2019||10:30||England v South Africa||The Oval, London|
|2||31 May 2019||10:30||Pakistan v West Indies||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|3||1 June 2019||10:30||New Zealand v Sri Lanka||Sophia Gardens, Cardiff|
|4||1 June 2019||13:30 (D/N)||Australia v Afghanistan||County Ground, Bristol|
|5||2 June 2019||10:30||Bangladesh v South Africa||The Oval, London|
|6||3 June 2019||10:30||England v Pakistan||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|7||4 June 2019||10:30||Afghanistan v Sri Lanka||Sophia Gardens, Cardiff|
|8||5 June 2019||10:30||India v South Africa||Rose Bowl, Southampton|
|9||5 June 2019||13:30 (D/N)||Bangladesh v New Zealand||The Oval, London|
|10||6 June 2019||10:30||Australia v West Indies||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|11||7 June 2019||10:30||Pakistan v Sri Lanka||County Ground, Bristol|
|12||8 June 2019||10:30||England v Bangladesh||Sophia Gardens, Cardiff|
|13||8 June 2019||13:30 (D/N)||Afghanistan v New Zealand||County Ground, Taunton|
|14||9 June 2019||10:30||Australia v India||The Oval, London|
|15||10 June 2019||10:30||South Africa v West Indies||Rose Bowl, Southampton|
|16||11 June 2019||10:30||Bangladesh v Sri Lanka||County Ground, Bristol|
|17||12 June 2019||10:30||Australia v Pakistan||County Ground, Taunton|
|18||13 June 2019||10:30||India v New Zealand||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|19||14 June 2019||10:30||England v West Indies||Rose Bowl, Southampton|
|20||15 June 2019||10:30||Australia v Sri Lanka||The Oval, London|
|21||15 June 2019||13:30 (D/N)||Afghanistan v South Africa||Sophia Gardens, Cardiff|
|22||16 June 2019||10:30||India v Pakistan||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|23||17 June 2019||10:30||Bangladesh v West Indies||County Ground, Taunton|
|24||18 June 2019||10:30||England v Afghanistan||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|25||19 June 2019||10:30||New Zealand v South Africa||Edgbaston, Birmingham|
|26||20 June 2019||10:30||Australia v Bangladesh||Trent Bridge, Nottingham|
|27||21 June 2019||10:30||England v Sri Lanka||Headingley, Leeds|
|28||22 June 2019||10:30||Afghanistan v India||Rose Bowl, Southampton|
|29||22 June 2019||13:30 (D/N)||New Zealand v West Indies||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|30||23 June 2019||10:30||Pakistan v South Africa||Lord's, London|
|31||24 June 2019||10:30||Afghanistan v Bangladesh||Rose Bowl, Southampton|
|32||25 June 2019||10:30||England v Australia||Lord's, London|
|33||26 June 2019||10:30||New Zealand v Pakistan||Edgbaston, Birmingham|
|34||27 June 2019||10:30||India v West Indies||Old Trafford, Manchester|
|35||28 June 2019||10:30||South Africa v Sri Lanka||Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street|
|36||29 June 2019||10:30||Afghanistan v Pakistan||Headingley, Leeds|
|37||29 June 2019||13:30 (D/N)||Australia v New Zealand||Lord's, London|
|38||30 June 2019||10:30||England v India||Edgbaston, Birmingham|
|39||1 July 2019||10:30||Sri Lanka v West Indies||Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street|
|40||2 July 2019||10:30||Bangladesh v India||Edgbaston, Birmingham|
|41||3 July 2019||10:30||England v New Zealand||Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street|
|42||4 July 2019||10:30||Afghanistan v West Indies||Headingley, Leeds|
|43||5 July 2019||10:30||Bangladesh v Pakistan||Lord's, London|
|44||6 July 2019||10:30||India v Sri Lanka||Headingley, Leeds|
|45||6 July 2019||13:30 (D/N)||Australia v South Africa||Old Trafford, Manchester|