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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule, Preview

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Friends, know ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule and about the winners of all the World Cup finals. If you are a cricket lover then you won't want to miss any match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. This post will be helpful in it.


Hi friends, I'm Shubham Anand. In this post, You'll get ICC Cricket World Cup Schedule and a list of ICC Cricket World Cup winners with a full description of the date, time and venue.


Preview, ICC Cricket World Cup

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will start on 24th May 2019 with a warm-up match. 10 warm-up matches will be played till 28 May 2019. The match number 1 will be played on 30th May 2019 between England and South Africa in Kennington Oval, London. The semi-final matches will be played on 09 Jul and 11 Jul. The final match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be played on 14 July 2019 at Lords, London.

Know ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 All team squads

Australia has won the final of ICC Cricket World Cup 5 times. India and West Indies have won the World Cup Trophy the 2-2 times. While Pakistan and Sri Lanka have won the ICC Cricket World Cup final the 1-1 time. This season of World Cup will be very-very entertaining. So don't miss even a single match of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.


ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule   




Warm-up matches


May 24, Fri


Pakistan vs Afghanistan, 1st Warm-up game
County Ground, Bristol

Sri Lanka vs South Africa, 2nd Warm-up game
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

May 25, Sat

England vs Australia, 3rd Warm-up match
The Rose Bowl, Southampton

India vs New Zealand, 4th Warm-up match
Kennington Oval, London

May 26, Sun


South Africa vs Windies, 5th Warm-up match
County Ground, Bristol

Pakistan vs Bangladesh, 6th Warm-up match
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

May 27, Mon


Australia vs Sri Lanka, 7th Warm-up match
The Rose Bowl, Southampton

England vs Afghanistan, 8th Warm-up match
Kennington Oval, London

May 28, Tue


New Zealand vs Windies, 9th Warm-up game
County Ground, Bristol

India vs Bangladesh, 10th Warm-up game
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

League matches


May 30, Thu


England vs South Africa, Match 1
Kennington Oval, London

May 31, Fri


Windies vs Pakistan, Match 2
Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Jun 01, Sat


New Zealand vs Sri Lanka, Match 3
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

Afghanistan vs Australia, Match 4
County Ground, Bristol

Jun 02, Sun


South Africa vs Bangladesh, Match 5
Kennington Oval, London

Jun 03, Mon


England vs Pakistan, Match 6
Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Jun 04, Tue


Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka, Match 7
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

Jun 05, Wed


South Africa vs India, Match 8
The Rose Bowl, Southampton

Bangladesh vs New Zealand, Match 9
Kennington Oval, London

Jun 06, Thu


Australia vs Windies, Match 10
Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Jun 07, Fri


Pakistan vs Sri Lanka, Match 11
County Ground, Bristol

Jun 08, Sat


England vs Bangladesh, Match 12
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

Afghanistan vs New Zealand, Match 13
The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton

Jun 09, Sun


India vs Australia, Match 14
Kennington Oval, London

Jun 10, Mon


South Africa vs Windies, Match 15
The Rose Bowl, Southampton

Jun 11, Tue


Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka, Match 16
County Ground, Bristol

Jun 12, Wed


Australia vs Pakistan, Match 17
The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton

Jun 13, Thu


India vs New Zealand, Match 18
Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Jun 14, Fri


England vs Windies, Match 19
The Rose Bowl, Southampton

Jun 15, Sat


Sri Lanka vs Australia, Match 20
Kennington Oval, London

South Africa vs Afghanistan, Match 21
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

Jun 16, Sun


India vs Pakistan, Match 22
Old Trafford, Manchester

Jun 17, Mon


Windies vs Bangladesh, Match 23
The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton

Jun 18, Tue


England vs Afghanistan, Match 24
Old Trafford, Manchester

Jun 19, Wed


New Zealand vs South Africa, Match 25
Edgbaston, Birmingham

Jun 20, Thu


Australia vs Bangladesh, Match 26
Trent Bridge, Nottingham

Jun 21, Fri


England vs Sri Lanka, Match 27
Headingley, Leeds

Jun 22, Sat


India vs Afghanistan, Match 28
The Rose Bowl, Southampton

Windies vs New Zealand, Match 29
Old Trafford, Manchester

Jun 23, Sun


Pakistan vs South Africa, Match 30
Lord's, London

Jun 24, Mon


Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, Match 31
The Rose Bowl, Southampton

Jun 25, Tue


England vs Australia, Match 32
Lord's, London

Jun 26, Wed


New Zealand vs Pakistan, Match 33
Edgbaston, Birmingham

Jun 27, Thu


Windies vs India, Match 34
Old Trafford, Manchester

Jun 28, Fri


Sri Lanka vs South Africa, Match 35
Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

Jun 29, Sat


Pakistan vs Afghanistan, Match 36
Headingley, Leeds

New Zealand vs Australia, Match 37
Lord's, London

Jun 30, Sun


England vs India, Match 38
Edgbaston, Birmingham

Jul 01, Mon


Sri Lanka vs Windies, Match 39
Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

Jul 02, Tue


Bangladesh vs India, Match 40
Edgbaston, Birmingham

Jul 03, Wed


England vs New Zealand, Match 41
Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

Jul 04, Thu


Afghanistan vs Windies, Match 42
Headingley, Leeds

Jul 05, Fri


Pakistan vs Bangladesh, Match 43
Lord's, London

Jul 06, Sat


Sri Lanka vs India, Match 44
Headingley, Leeds

Australia vs South Africa, Match 45
Old Trafford, Manchester

Semi-Final


Jul 09, Tue


TBC vs TBC, 1st Semi-Final (1 v 4)
Old Trafford, Manchester

Jul 11, Thu


TBC vs TBC, 2nd Semi-Final (2 v 3)
Edgbaston, Birmingham

Final


Jul 14, Sun


TBC vs TBC, Final
Lord's London

A list of World Cup Winners


1975 West Indies291–8 Australia 274 West Indies won by 17 runs

1979 West Indies286–9 England 194 West Indies won by 92 runs

1983 India 183 West Indies 140 India won by 43 runs

1987Australia 253–5 England 246–8 Australia won by 7 runs

1992 Pakistan 249–6 England 227 Pakistan won by 22 runs

1996 Sri Lanka 245–3 Australia 241 Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets

1999 Australia 133–2 Pakistan 132Australia won by 8 wickets

2003 Australia 359–2 India 234Australia won by 125 runs

2007 Australia 281–4 Sri Lanka 215–8 Australia won by 53 runs

2011 India 277–4 Sri Lanka 274–6 India won by 6 wickets

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