ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule: Download PDF of Time Table

The much anticipated ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is scheduled to be played from 30 May to 14 July 2019 in England and Wales. The world’s top 10 biggest cricket teams will battle for the golden trophy. ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 schedule and match fixtures are announced by the ICC. All the 45 matches will be played at 12 different venues across England while the final is set to be played at Lord’s. Here we present the complete ICC World Cup 2019 time-table in the Indian Standard Time (IST).

The format of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is same as 1992 cricket world cup edition where all the team take on each other in the group stage and top four teams advance to knout stage. This year, total 10 teams are set to be part of the world cup and teams will be divided into two groups – Pool A and Pool B.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule

May 30: England vs South Africa – The Oval

May 31: Pakistan vs West Indies – Nottingham

June 1: New Zealand vs Sri Lanka – Cardiff

June 1: Australia vs Afghanistan – Bristol (day/night)

June 2: South Africa vs Bangladesh – The Oval

June 3: England vs Pakistan – Nottingham

June 4: Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan – Cardiff

June 5: India vs South Africa – Southampton

June 5: New Zealand vs Bangladesh – The Oval (day/night)

June 6: Australia vs West Indies – Nottingham

June 7: Sri Lanka vs Pakistan – Bristol

June 8: England vs Bangladesh – Cardiff

June 8: New Zealand vs Afghanistan – Taunton (day/night)

June 9: Australia vs India – The Oval

June 10: South Africa vs West Indies – Southampton

June 11: Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh – Bristol

June 12: Australia vs Pakistan – Taunton

June 13: India vs New Zealand – Nottingham

June 14: England vs West Indies – Southampton

June 15: Australia vs Sri Lanka – The Oval

June 15: South Africa vs Afghanistan – Cardiff (day/night)

June 16: India vs Pakistan – Manchester

June 17: Bangladesh vs West Indies – Taunton

June 18: England vs Afghanistan – Manchester

June 19: New Zealand vs South Africa – Birmingham

June 20: Australia vs Bangladesh – Nottingham

June 21: England vs Sri Lanka – Leeds

June 22: India vs Afghanistan – Southampton

June 22: New Zealand vs West Indies – Manchester (day/night)

June 23: Pakistan vs South Africa – Lord’s

June 24: Afghanistan vs Bangladesh – Southampton

June 25: England vs Australia – Lord’s

June 26: Pakistan vs New Zealand – Birmingham

June 27: India vs West Indies – Manchester

June 28: Sri Lanka vs South Africa – Chester-le-Street

June 29: Pakistan vs Afghanistan – Leeds

June 29: Australia vs New Zealand – Lord’s (day/night)

June 30: England vs India – Birmingham

July 1: Sri Lanka vs West Indies – Chester-le-Street

July 2: India vs Bangladesh – Birmingham

July 3: England vs New Zealand – Chester-le-Street

July 4: West Indies vs Afghanistan – Leeds

July 5: Pakistan vs Bangladesh – Lord’s

July 6: Sri Lanka vs India – Leeds

July 6: Australia vs South Africa – Manchester (day/night)

July 9: Semi-final 1 – Manchester

July 11 – Semi-final 2 – Birmingham

July 14 – Final – Lord’s

International Cricket Council (ICC) finally announced the schedule and fixtures of World Cup 2019. Total 45 matches will be played across 12 venues in England and Wales. Former champion India and the defending Champion of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Australian team would be favourite to win the trophy.

As per the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule, The opening match will be played between host England vs South Africa on May 30 at The Oval in London. Team India will face rivals Pakistan on June 16 in Manchester.

For the very first time, Virat Kohli will lead the Indian team in the world cup and Indian Cricket Team would hope to come back to the country with a cup. Stay with us as here we will update the ICC World Cup 2019 schedule and timetable very soon.

There are a total of 10 teams who will play in Cricket world cup 2019 and they are are India, Australia, New Zealand, England, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Bangladesh, TBA and TBA. Star Sports Network is the official broadcasters of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Venues

Edgbaston Cricket GroundBirmingham25,000
County Cricket GroundBristol17,500
Sophia GardensCardiff15,643
Riverside GroundChester-le-Street20,000
The OvalLondon25,500
Old TraffordManchester26,000
Trent BridgeNottingham17,500
Rose BowlSouthampton25,000
County GroundTaunton12,500
London StadiumLondon66,000

As per the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule, the opening match of the tournament will take place at The Oval and the final to be held at Lord’s. The semi-final matches of world cup 2019 will take place at Old Trafford and Edgbaston Cricket Ground.





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  1. Jitesh Agarwal May 2, 2018