So the ICC’s mega event of the year is just around the corner now and cricketing fans all over the world can simply not wait for the event to start. This is cricket biggest even which occurs after every 4 years and nations train very hard to make an impression on the event. A lot is at stake over here with many rivalries set to take place. India vs Pakistan, England vs Australia, Australia vs New Zealand, fans will be able to see all of these rivalries takes place in the upcoming event.

Moreover, the most prominent sides include, 5 time world cup holder Australia, who will also be looking to retain the world Cup after winning it back in 2019, one of the favorites without a doubt will be India who have held the world cup 2 times and recently won the World Cup in 2011, who can forget the ever mercurial Pakistan, a cricketing side which always does the unexpected and they are a force to look out for as they have showed in the past, they have the ability to completely shock the world, as they did in the Champions Trophy 2017, by winning the event, England who are the hosts of the Worldcup will also be favorites to uphold the Cup, with a strong side, South Africa who are a very strong side but have never won the world cup, as they seem to bottle up the chance to hold the World Cup, history tells us their choking ability and then we have the Kiwi’s who were finalists in 2015 and almost won the Cup, but fell a little short but they will be seeking redemption. Moving on we have Bangladesh who should not be underestimated, they can be a very strong force as they have shown in the past, Afghanistan made an amazing impression at the 2018 Asia Cup and will be looking to once again give the world some shockers. Sri Lanka have been out of form for some time now but who knows, may be this is the time they rise up from the ashes and finally we have the two time World Cup holders and the nation who won the very first World Cup held in 1975 the West Indies who will be looking to make their nation proud and to once again establish a a reputation of becoming a very deadly side.

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Well without further a due, here are the fixtures for the mega event starting from May 30th 2019

Date Match Location/city

30 May, England vs South Africa The Oval, London

31 May, Pakistan vs West Indies Trent Bridge, Nottingham

1 June,  New Zealand vs Sri Lanka Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

1 June, Australia vs Afghanistan County Ground, Bristol

2 June, Bangladesh vs South Africa The Oval, London

3 June,  England vs Pakistan Trent Bridge, Nottingham

4 June, Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

5 June,  India vs South Africa Rose Bowl, Southampton

5 June, Bangladesh vs New Zealand The Oval, London

6 June,  Australia vs West Indies Trent Bridge, Nottingham

7 June,  Pakistan vs Sri Lanka County Ground, Bristol

8 June, England vs Bangladesh Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

8 June, Afghanistan vs New Zealand County Ground, Taunton

9 June,  Australia vs India The Oval, London

10 June,  South Africa vs West Indies Rose Bowl, Southampton

11 June, Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka County Ground, Bristol

12 June,  Pakistan vs Australia County Ground, Taunton

13 June, India vs New Zealand Trent Bridge, Nottingham

14 June,  England vs West Indies Rose Bowl, Southampton

15June, Australia vs Sri Lanka The Oval, London

15June,Afghanistan vs South Africa Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

16 June,  India vs Pakistan Old Trafford, Manchester

17June, Bangladesh vs West Indies County Ground, Taunton

18, June, England vs Afghanistan Old Trafford, Manchester

19 June, New Zealand vs South Africa Edgbaston, Birmingham

20June,  Australia vs Bangladesh Trent Bridge, Nottingham

21 June, England vs Sri Lanka Headingley, Leeds

22 June,  India vs Afghanistan Rose Bowl, Southampton

22 June, New Zealand vs West Indies Old Trafford, Manchester

23 June, Pakistan vs South Africa Lord’s, London

24 June,  Afghanistan vs Bangladesh Rose Bowl, Southampton

25 June, England vs Australia Lord’s, London

26 June, Pakistan vs New Zealand Edgbaston, Birmingham

27 June, India vs West Indies Old Trafford, Manchester

28 June, Sri Lanka vs South Africa Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

29 June, Pakistan vs Afghanistan Headingley, Leeds

29 June,  Australia vs New Zealand Lord’s, London

30 June, England vs India Edgbaston, Birmingham

1 July, Sri Lanka vs West Indies Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

2 July,  Bangladesh vs India Edgbaston, Birmingham

3 July, England vs New Zealand Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

4 July,  Afghanistan vs West Indies Headingley, Leeds

5 July, Pakistan vs Bangladesh Lord’s, London

6 July,  India vs Sri Lanka Headingley, Leeds

6 July,  Australia vs South Africa Old Trafford, Manchester

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Fixtures List


9 July Group Winners vs 4th Placed Team,  Old Trafford, Manchester

11 July, Group Runners-up vs 3rd Placed Team,  Edgbaston, Birmingham


14 July,  ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Final Match The Lord’s, London


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