THE CRICKET WORLD CUP 2019 IS COMING!

THE CRICKET WORLD CUP 2019 IS COMING!

The Cricket World Cup is days away, and many of the teams have started to pick their solid squads to bring to England and Wales for the huge sporting event.

The tournament kicks off next week, with the 10 biggest ODI teams in the world fighting for their chance to become World Cup winners.

The last two world cups saw England lift the trophy, but will they be lifting it on home soil this time?

2019 Cricket World Cup schedule:

10-team Group Stage: 30 May – 6 July

Semi-finals: 9-11 July – Old Trafford and Edgbaston

Final: 14 July – Lord’s

2019 Cricket World Cup fixtures

30 May: England vs South Africa – Kia Oval, London

31 May: West Indies vs Pakistan – Trent Bridge, Nottingham

01 Jun: New Zealand vs Sri Lanka – Sophia Gardens Cardiff, Cardiff

01 Jun: Afghanistan vs Australia – The Bristol County Ground, Bristol

02 Jun: South Africa vs Bangladesh – Kia Oval, London

03 Jun: England vs Pakistan – Trent Bridge, Nottingham

04 Jun: Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka – Sophia Gardens Cardiff, Cardiff

05 Jun: South Africa vs India – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton

05 Jun: Bangladesh vs New Zealand – Kia Oval, London

06 Jun: Australia vs West Indies – Trent Bridge, Nottingham

07 Jun: Pakistan vs Sri Lanka – The Bristol County Ground, Bristol

08 Jun: England vs Bangladesh – Sophia Gardens Cardiff, Cardiff

08 Jun: Afghanistan vs New Zealand – The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton

09 Jun: India vs Australia – Kia Oval, London

10 Jun: South Africa vs West Indies – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton

11 Jun: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka – The Bristol County Ground, Bristol

12 Jun: Australia vs Pakistan – The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton

13 Jun: India vs New Zealand – Trent Bridge, Nottingham

14 Jun: England vs West Indies – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton

15 Jun: Sri Lanka vs Australia – Kia Oval, London

15 Jun: South Africa vs Afghanistan – Sophia Gardens Cardiff, Cardiff

16 Jun: India vs Pakistan – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

17 Jun: West Indies vs Bangladesh – The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton

18 Jun: England vs Afghanistan – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

19 Jun: New Zealand vs South Africa – Edgbaston, Birmingham

20 Jun: Australia vs Bangladesh – Trent Bridge, Nottingham

21 Jun: England vs Sri Lanka – Emerald Headingley, Leeds

22 Jun: India vs Afghanistan – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton

22 Jun: West Indies vs New Zealand – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

23 Jun: Pakistan vs South Africa – Lord’s, London

24 Jun: Bangladesh vs Afghanistan – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton

25 Jun: England vs Australia – Lord’s, London

26 Jun: New Zealand vs Pakistan – Edgbaston, Birmingham

27 Jun: West Indies vs India – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

28 Jun: Sri Lanka vs South Africa – Emirates Riverside, Chester-le-Street

29 Jun: Pakistan vs Afghanistan – Emerald Headingley, Leeds

29 Jun: New Zealand vs Australia – Lord’s, London

30 Jun: England vs India – Edgbaston, Birmingham

01 Jul: Sri Lanka vs West Indies – Emirates Riverside, Chester-le-Street

02 Jul: Bangladesh vs India – Edgbaston, Birmingham

03 Jul: England vs New Zealand – Emirates Riverside, Chester-le-Street

04 Jul: Afghanistan vs West Indies – Emerald Headingley, Leeds

05 Jul: Pakistan vs Bangladesh – Lord’s, London

06 Jul: Sri Lanka vs India – Emerald Headingley, Leeds

06 Jul: Australia vs South Africa – Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

The majority of the World Cup tickets are sold out, but there are small amount remaining here.

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