ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 [Schedule, Teams Squad, Point Table]

ICC World cup occurs after every 4 years having a match of 50 overs in it. It depends on the situation whether the game played in day or night or in both. As it is game of gentleman so keeping in mind raining weather situation a new method introduced a decade ago naming it Duck Worth Lewis method reducing overs that will be played in limited time. So, coming back to the ICC cricket world cup 2019. It is occurring this very year from May 30th, 2019 till July 14th, 2019 consisting of 48 ODI matches played in different cities of England. The favorite of this ICC world cup in England and Pakistan. So, keep waiting because the smasher time is just coming soon to your TV windows.

Qualifying Teams Of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Well talking about teams taking part it. Following are the 10 remarkable teams that qualified for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 and will now move towards the next run of winning this World Cup:

  • Pakistan 
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • South Africa
  • India
  • Bangladesh
  • West Indies
  • Srilanka
  • England
  • Afghanistan

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule

lets start with Icc cricket world cup 2019 schedule. Here you can easily find all information related teams matches, venue, day and date.

Date


Match


Venue


Thursday, May 30


England vs South Africa


The Oval, London


Friday, May 31


West Indies vs Pakistan


Trent Bridge, Nottingham


Saturday, June 1


New Zealand vs Sri Lanka


Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff


Afghanistan vs Australia (D/N)


Bristol County Ground, Bristol


Sunday, June 2


South Africa vs Bangladesh


The Oval, London


Monday, June 3


England vs Pakistan


Trent Bridge, Nottingham


Tuesday, June 4


Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka


Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff


Wednesday, June 5


South Africa vs India


Hampshire Bowl, Southampton


Bangladesh vs New Zealand (D/N)


The Oval, London


Thursday, June 6


Australia vs West Indies


Trent Bridge, Nottingham


Friday, June 7


Pakistan vs Sri Lanka


Bristol County Ground, Bristol


Saturday, June 8


England vs Bangladesh


Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff


Afghanistan vs New Zealand


County Ground, Taunton


Sunday, June 9


India vs Australia


The Oval, London


Monday, June 10


South Africa vs West Indies


Hampshire Bowl, Southampton


Tuesday, June 11


Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka


Bristol County Ground, Bristol


Wednesday, June 12


Australia vs Pakistan


County Ground, Taunton


Thursday, June 13


India vs New Zealand


Trent Bridge, Nottingham


Friday, June 14


England vs West Indies


Hampshire Bowl, Southampton


Saturday, June 15


Sri Lanka vs Australia


The Oval, London


South Africa vs Afghanistan (D/N)


Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff


Sunday, June 16


India vs Pakistan


Old Trafford, Manchester


Monday, June 17


West Indies vs Bangladesh


County Ground, Taunton


Tuesday, June 18


England vs Afghanistan


Old Trafford, Manchester


Wednesday, June 19


New Zealand vs South Africa


Edgbaston, Birmingham


Thursday, June 20


Australia vs Bangladesh


Trent Bridge, Nottingham


Friday, June 21


England vs Sri Lanka


Headingley, Leeds


Saturday, June 22


India vs Afghanistan


Hampshire Bowl, Southampton


West Indies vs New Zealand (D/N)


Old Trafford, Manchester


Sunday, June 23


Pakistan vs South Africa


Lord’s, London


Monday, June 24


Bangladesh vs Afghanistan


Hampshire Bowl, Southampton


Tuesday, June 25


England vs Australia


Lord’s, London


Wednesday, June 26


New Zealand vs Pakistan


Edgbaston, Birmingham


Thursday, June 27


West Indies vs India


Old Trafford, Manchester


Friday, June 28


Sri Lanka vs South Africa


The Riverside, Durham


Saturday, June 29


Pakistan vs Afghanistan


Headingley, Leeds


New Zealand vs Australia (D/N)


Lord’s, London


Sunday, June 30


England vs India


Edgbaston, Birmingham


Monday, July 1


Sri Lanka vs West Indies


The Riverside, Durham


Tuesday, July 2


Bangladesh vs India


Edgbaston, Birmingham


Wednesday, July 3


England vs New Zealand


The Riverside, Durham


Thursday, July 4


Afghanistan vs West Indies


Headingley, Leeds


Friday, July 5


Pakistan vs Bangladesh


Lord’s, London


Saturday, July 6


Sri Lanka vs India


Headingley, Leeds


Australia vs South Africa (D/N)


Old Trafford, Manchester


Tuesday, July 9


Semi-Final (1 vs 4)


Old Trafford, Manchester


Wednesday, July 10


Reserve Day


Thursday, July 11


Semi-Final (2 vs 3)


Edgbaston, Birmingham


Friday, July 12


Reserve Day


Sunday, July 14


Final


Lord’s, London


Monday, July 15


Reserve Day


Team Captions Leading Their Teams in ICC World Cup  2019

Every team is lead by someone so is this thing followed in the ICC World Cup 2019. These remarkable teams are lead by the remarkable players and these players are having their unique position in word ranking as well. So, as the squads are not yet announced therefore will recommend you to be in touch with and will update you soon… Stay connected…

SNO. COUNTRIES TEAM CAPTAINS
1. Afghanistan Asghar Afghan
2. Australia Aaron Finch  
3. Pakistan Sarfraz Ahmed  
4. New Zealand Kane Williamson  
5. South Africa Faf du Plessis  
6. India Virat Kohli
7. Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza  
8. West Indies Jason Holder 
9. Srilanka Lasith Malinga  
10. England Eoin Morgan  

Grouping In World Cup  2019:

This ICC World Cup 2019 also contain some groups as well like the previous. So here we are providing you best chances of knowing which team will be battling whom so you will not be missing the matches of your favorite team.

GROUP A
1
2
3
4      
GROUP B
1
2
3
4
GROUP C
1
2
3
4     
GROUP D
1
2
3
4

Leading World Cup Winner Country

The Team Australia is the leading ICC World Cup team winning 4 World cups, constructing 1  in the world cup that is winning world cups back to back. First in 1987 and then winning three world cups starting from 2003 than 2007 after that in 2011 last in 2015 world cup.

First Hatrick of Cricket World Cup

the first hat-trick in the ICC World cup was taken by the Indian baller Chetan Sharma. He took a first single hat-trick of the world cup. After that, the baller from Srilanka came into front taking the double hat-trick in the same world cup namely Lasith Malinga.

Most Duck Scorer Cricketer in World Cup History

Ijaz Ahmed (1987-1999) from  Pakistan and NJ Astle (1996-2003) from New Zealand are the leading players in scoring ducks in ICC world cup. So, these two personalities are the leading duck scorers in ICC world Cup till today according to Stats.

Fastest Century Of World Cup

Kevin O’ Brien from Ireland scored the fastest century on 50 balls against the team England in 2011 ICC World Cup.

Last World Cup Winner Team

 The last world cup occurred in 2015 made Australia again the champion and they took the world cup in hand for the fifth time now let’s see who the next winner will be. 

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