CWC 2019 Schedule

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 scheduled for next year in England and Wales is now final The full schedule for the mega event is announced and the 10-team cricket extravaganza will be played between 30 May - 14 July 2019. In total there will be 48 matches that will be played. India are expected to play their first match of the World Cup against South Africa on June 5 and India vs Pakistan the clash of the rivals will be on 16th June 2019

Date Matches Teams
30-May Match 1 South Africa Vs England
31-May Match 2 Pakistan Vs West Indies
01-Jun Match 3 Australia Vs Afghanistan
01-Jun Match 4 New Zealand Vs Sri Lanka
02-Jun Match 5 South Africa Vs Bangladesh
03-Jun Match 6 Pakistan Vs England
04-Jun Match 7 Afghanistan Vs Srilanka
05-Jun Match 8 Bangladesh Vs New Zealand
05-Jun Match 9 India Vs South Africa
06-Jun Match 10 West Indies Vs Australia
07-Jun Match 11 Sri Lanka Vs Pakistan
08-Jun Match 12 Afghanistan Vs New Zealand
08-Jun Match 13 Bangladesh Vs England
09-Jun Match 14 Australia Vs India
10-Jun Match 15 West Indies Vs South Africa
11-Jun Match 16 Bangladesh Vs Sri Lanka
12-Jun Match 17 Pakistan Vs Australia
13-Jun Match 18 New Zealand Vs India
14-Jun Match 19 West Indies Vs England
15-Jun Match 20 South Africa Vs Afghanistan
15-Jun Match 21 Sri Lanka Vs Australia
16-Jun Match 22 India Vs Pakistan
17-Jun Match 23 Bangladesh Vs West Indies
18-Jun Match 24 Afghanistan Vs England
19-Jun Match 25 New Zealand Vs South Africa
20-Jun Match 26 Australia Vs Bangladesh
21-Jun Match 27 England Vs Sri Lanka
22-Jun Match 28 India Vs Afghanistan
22-Jun Match 29 New Zealand Vs West Indies
23-Jun Match 30 Pakistan Vs South Africa
24-Jun Match 31 Bangladesh Vs Afghanistan
25-Jun Match 32 Australia Vs England
26-Jun Match 33 New Zealand Vs Pakistan
27-Jun Match 34 India Vs West Indies
28-Jun Match 35 South Africa Vs Sri Lanka
29-Jun Match 36 Afghanistan Vs Pakistan
29-Jun Match 37 Australia Vs New Zealand
30-Jun Match 38 India Vs England
01-Jul Match 39 Sri Lanka Vs West Indies
02-Jul Match 40 Bangladesh Vs India
03-Jul Match 41 New Zealand Vs England
04-Jul Match 42 West Indies Vs Afghanistan
05-Jul Match 43 Bangladesh Vs Pakistan
06-Jul Match 44 Australia Vs South Africa
06-Jul Match 45 India Vs Sri Lanka

Knock Out



09-Jul SEMI Final1
10-Jul reserve day
11-Jul semi Final2
12-Jul reserve day
14-Jul Final


The 12th edition of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 scheduled to be hosted by England and wales. The first match will be on 30th May 2019 and the last and final 2019 Cricket World will be on 14th July 2019. There will be total 45 matches that will be played. Each team will be playing 9 matches and the top 4 teams will go for knock-out stages. Top team on the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 points table will have its match with the 4th ranked team and 2nd ranked will have uts match with 3rd i.e 1st vs 4th & 2nd vs 3rd .

Host of the 2019 Cricket World Cup

England and Wales will play host to 2019 world cup after winning the rights over a decade ago.England and Wales were guaranteed the rights to 2019 if they agreed to withdraw their 2015 bid, which they promptly did. England were also granted the rights to the first ever T20 world cup in 2007 at the same time. The cricket tournament was originally going to be an invitational but after all twelve full and provisional members accepted the invitation the ICC granted it official status.

Qualification for the 2019 Cricket World Cup

This time only 10 teams will qualify for the 2019 world cup after a decision was taken to shrink the size of the tournament. England will qualify automatically because they are hosting the world cup, as will the top seven one day international nations according to the latest ICC rankings 6 months prior to the tournament. All test playing nations plus the two most successful affiliate members Afghanistan and Ireland will be eligible to qualify this way. However that leaves only two spots for the remaining test playing nations and affiliate members of the ICC.

Teams Qualified for the 2019 Cricket World Cup

Automatically Qualifier

Current qualifiers based on current ICC One Day International rankings

Current participants in the 2018 World Cup qualification tournament based on current standings

  • Zimbabwe
  • Scotland
  • Afghanistan
  • Nepal
  • West Indies
  • Ireland
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Netherlands
  • Papua New Guinea
  • West Indies

Advance to Final, qualify for 2019 World Cup

West Indies & Afghanistan has qualified for 2019 Cricket World Cup. West Indies played 5 matches with 4 Win and 1 loss which was against Afghanistan who also qualified for the world cup 2019. Out of the 10 teams who participated in 2018 World Cup qualification tournament Hong Kong & Papua New Guinea lost ODI status while Nepal gained ODI status until 2022.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Format

There are many formats that has been used is the past but this time in group stage every team will be playing with each other once. Which means each 10 teams will be playing 9 matches i.e total 45 matches will be played before this extended group stage there will be no quarter final and the top 4 teams will progress directly to semi-final. The winner of each respective semi will go to final and the final winner will be declared as the champion of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019.

Venue Details

As the Cricket world Cup 2019 schedule is not yet been released we have a venue details where the matches will be played. The Final mathc will be played in  Lords and two semi-finals according to the English Cricket Board will be played at Edgbaston and Old Trafford. Some of the list of stadiums are as below.

Venue City County team Capacity
Edgbaston Cricket Ground Birmingham Warwickshire 25,000
County Cricket Ground Bristol Gloucestershire 17,000
Sophia Gardens Cardiff Glamorgan 15,643
Riverside Ground Chester-le-Street Durham 20,000
Headingley Leeds Yorkshire 17,500
Lord's London Middlesex 28,000
The Oval London Surrey 23,500
Glamorgan County Cricket Club Carmarthenshire Glamorgan County Cricket Club 10,000
Old Trafford Manchester Lancashire 22,000
Trent Bridge Nottingham Nottinghamshire 17,001
Rose Bowl Southampton Hampshire 25,000
North Marine Road Ground The Pavilion Scarborough 11,500
County Ground Taunton Somerset 8,500

Previous Cricket World Cup (CWC) Winners:

Since 1975 we have Team Australia who has won maximum 5 Cricket world cup titles, folowed by Team India 2 World cup Titles in 1983 & 2011 and West Indies 2 World cup titles in 1975 & 1979. Sri Lanka & Pakistan have won 1 world cup titles.

1975  West Indies    
291/8 (60 overs) West Indies won by 17 runs[11]  Australia
274 all out (58.4 overs) Lord's, London England
1979  West Indies    
286/9 (60 overs) West Indies won by 92 runs[16]  England
194 all out (51 overs) Lord's, London England
1983  India    
183 all out (54.4 overs) India won by 43 runs[20]  West Indies
140 all out (52 overs) Lord's, London England
1987  Australia    
253/5 (50 overs) Australia won by 7 runs[21]  England
246/8 (50 overs) Eden Gardens, Kolkata, India India, Pakistan
1992  Pakistan    
249/6 (50 overs) Pakistan won by 22 runs[23]  England
227 all out (49.2 overs) MCG, Melbourne, Australia dagger Australia, New Zealand
1996  Sri Lanka    
245/3 (46.2 overs) Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets[25]  Australia
241/7 (50 overs) Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan dagger India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
1999  Australia    
133/2 (20.1 overs) Australia won by 8 wickets[28]  Pakistan
132 all out (39 overs) Lord's, London England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland
2003  Australia    
359/2 (50 overs) Australia won by 125 runs[30]  India
234 all out (39.2 overs) Wanderers, Johannesburg, South Africa Kenya, South Africa, Zimbabwe
2007  Australia    
281/4 (38 overs) Australia won by 53 runs double-dagger[32]  Sri Lanka
215/8 (36 overs) Kensington Oval, Bridgetown West Indies
2011  India    
277/4 (48.2 overs) India won by 6 wickets[35]  Sri Lanka
274/6 (50 overs) Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, India dagger Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka
2015  Australia    
186/3 (33.1 overs) Australia won by 7 wickets  New Zealand
183 all out (45 overs) MCG, Melbourne, Australia dagger Australia, New Zealand

Results by country

National team
Final appearances
Years won
Years runners-up
1987, 1999,2003, 2007, 2015
1975, 1996
1983, 2011
 West Indies
1975, 1979
 Sri Lanka
2007, 2011
1979, 1987, 1992
 New Zealand

Current ranking table

Rank Team
1  Australia
2  South Africa
3  India
4  New Zealand
5  England
6  Sri Lanka
7  Bangladesh
8  Pakistan
9  West Indies
10  Afghanistan
11  Zimbabwe
12  Ireland

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Broadcasting Rights

There will be different countries who will be having different broadcasting right holder network operators for the ICC cricket world cup. However in every country they have their own TV channels who buy broadcasting rights from bigger vendors.

India DD National, Star Sports
Australia Fox Sports
United Kingdom Sky Sports
United States Willow TV
South Africa SuperSport
New Zealand Sky Sport
Middle East & North Africa OSN Cricket
Canada ATN PPV
Bangladesh Gazi TV, Maasranga & BTV
Sri Lanka SLRC (Channel Eye)
Caribbean ESPN
Afghanistan Moby TV
Pakistan PTV Sports, Ten Sports
Hong Kong Star Cricket
Malaysia Astro
Singapore Star Cricket, Star Hub, Singtel
Fiji Fiji Broadcasting Corporation (FBC TV)
China Fox Network Group
Europe, Japan ICC’s Facebook page

Cricket world Cup Radio Channel – Audio Commentary

Territory Licensee (Radio) Language
Australia ABC English
India All India Radio (AIR) Hindi
Middle East & North Africa Radio 4 (89.1) Hindi
Middle East & North Africa Radio 4 (101.3) Malayalam
Pakistan Avenue Intl Pvt. Ltd Urdu
Sri Lanka VFM, SLBC English, Tamil & Sinhalese
South Africa SABC English & Afrikaans
United Kingdom All India Radio (AIR), Talksport English

Cricket worldcup 2019 Tickets

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