After the successful conclusion of IPL 2019, all eyes are on the ICC Cricket WORLD CUP 2019. It will begin on 30th May 2019. With the first match between England & South Africa at Oval ground, London, England.
The 2019 Cricket World Cup (officially ICC Cricket World Cup 2019) is the 12th edition of the Cricket World Cup, scheduled to be hosted by England and Wales, from 30 May to 14 July 2019.
What is the format of ICC World Cup 2019?
A total of 10 teams will participate in the World Cup and unlike the previous editions, it will be played in a round-robin format. A total of 45 league matches will be played where all the teams will play against each other. The top four nations will advance to the semi-finals.
Total 10 teams are participating this time in WORLD CUP 2019. The teams participating are as follows-:
SRI LANKAN TEAM
TEAM NEW ZEALAND
SOUTH AFRICAN TEAM
WEST INDIES TEAM
FIXTURES: Team INDIA
|05/06/19||SOUTH AFRICA||Rose Bowl Cricket Ground, Hampshire, England|
|09/06/19||AUSTRALIA||The Oval, London, England|
|13/06/19||NEW ZEALAND||Trent Bridge, West Bridgford, England|
|16/06/19||PAKISTAN||Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Stretford, England|
|22/06/19||AFGHANISTAN||Rose Bowl Cricket Ground, Hampshire, England|
|27/06/19||WEST INDIES||Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Stretford, England|
|30/06/19||ENGLAND||Edgbaston, Birmingham, England|
|02/07/19||BANGLADESH||Edgbaston, Birmingham, England|
|06/07/19||SRI LANKA||Headingley Carnegie, Leeds, England|
INDIA’S HISTORY AT WORLD CUP
India got to lift the World Cup trophy for the very first time under the captaincy of the great Kapil Dev in 1983. 2011 was the year when Mahendra Singh Dhoni-led the Men in Blue to win the ICC World Cup for the second time, this one is in our own home ground.