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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Cricket World Cup 2019 is the mega event of the ICC. The venue for this mega event decided England and Wales. The ICC world cup will be played from May 30 to July 14, 2019. Get the full information about WC 2019 Schedule, WC 2019 Groups, WC 2019 teams, WC 2019 Tickets from our site and you can also watch the live matches and highlights of the World Cup 2019.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

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Monday, 11 March 2019

The impossible Cricket World Cup selection puzzle that looms

It’s becoming increasingly hard for selectors to find the weak links in Australia’s ODI line-up as they stew over who to tap on the shoulder when Steve Smith and David Warner return.

The two, whose year-long suspensions expire later this month, are fully expected to be included in the 15-man World Cup squad that must be submitted by April 23.


Australia travels to the UAE for a five-match ODI series after Wednesday’s decider against India.
Cricket World Cup Selection
Cricket World Cup Selection

The impossible Cricket World Cup selection puzzle that looms

Chairman of selectors Trevor Hohns has a further six ODIs to study before he makes a call.

Ashton Turner, the most inexperienced batsman in the squad, loomed as an obvious omission for the World Cup but his unbeaten 84 is the sort of match-winning innings that will linger long in the mind of Hohns.

Usman Khawaja would have felt nervous a fortnight ago but scored 91 on Sunday and now has 283 runs for the current series, seven short of the world’s best batsman Virat Kohli.


Aaron Finch logged a second-ball duck in Chandigarh but it came two days after the captain scored 93 to shore up his place in the side.

Shaun Marsh has failed to fire in the current series but started the tour as Australia’s form one-day batsman, having produced four centuries from his past nine ODIs.

Glenn Maxwell has played a couple of vital cameos after top-scoring in both Twenty20s at the start of the tour, while Peter Handscomb produced his maiden ODI ton in Australia’s history-making chase.
Australian Cricket World Cup selection
Australian Cricket World Cup selection
“Everyone who is getting an opportunity is taking it, which is all you can ask at this time,” Finch said.

Handscomb, who has averaged 47.85 since being recalled to the one-day team at the start of this year, was thrilled with his knock of 117 but looking no further ahead than the series decider in Delhi.

“I didn’t know if I was ever going to play a one-dayer again. It’s funny how things change,” Handscomb said.

“It was shattering to get dropped from the Test squad ... to now be pushing my case in white-ball cricket, it’s a beautiful feeling.

“How quickly the highs and lows change.”

Smith and Warner, who have both recovered from elbow surgery, will soon link with their Indian Premier League franchises.

Cricket World Cup Rivals

Former England captain Michael Vaughan has conceded he is worried by Australia’s World Cup credentials after it sealed a remarkable ODI win against India.


Rookie batsman Ashton Turner scored an unbeaten 84 off 43 balls to steer Australia to a four-wicket win with 13 balls to spare in pursuit of 359 to win. It was Australia’s greatest ever successful chase and it leveled the five-match series against India at 2-2.

Australia looked dead and buried after only two games but has suddenly unlocked a winning formula - and at a dangerous time too for its Cricket World Cup rivals.

Wednesday, 6 March 2019

Cricket World Cup 2019 Teams Strength

One-day cricket’s 10 best teams will convene in England and duke it out for the sport’s greatest trophy — the World Cup. The hosts head into it as marginal favorites over a remarkably consistent Indian outfit, right now it is still anyone’s prize to win. No team is perfect, and no team lacks the weapons to have a say on where the trophy ends up. With time quickly running out for each side to nail down a game plan, we analyze every country’s greatest strength and most glaring concern.
Cricket World Cup 2019 Teams Strength
Cricket World Cup 2019 Teams Strength

South Africa

Bowling Attack

The South Africans are building nicely to the World Cup with four series wins in a row. That success has been built on the back of their bowlers, who have only conceded more than 250 runs on four occasions across their past 17 matches, and only once allowed a team past 300.

With Dale Steyn back in the picture, alongside Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, leg-spinner Imran Tahir and the increasingly impressive Andile Phehlukwayo, South Africa has an attack that is as frugal as it is dangerous.

Collectively South Africa’s bowlers have averaged 27.59 (second among World Cup teams) and struck every 32.2 balls (first) across the past 12 months.
South African Team's Strength
South African Team's Strength

Batting Attack

South African middle order batting particularly does not look nearly as threatening as it once did. Worryingly for the Proteas, alongside losing de Villiers to retirement, they may have lost Hashim Amla to form.

With an average of 49.74, Amla was once one of the first names on the team sheet but he has been left out of the squad for the ODI series against Sri Lanka after a lean 12 months.

Time is running out for Amla to make a case for a recall, but the Proteas will surely be wary of going into the World Cup without their two most experienced and proven ODI batsman of the past decade.

The good news for South Africa is that captain Faf du Plessis looks primed for a bumper tournament. The skipper scored an unbeaten 112 in his most recent innings and has averaged 72.62 in ODIs across the past 12 months. Wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock also seems to have found his best again, notching back-to-back 80+ scores in his most recent two innings after a lean 2018.

Australia

Bowling Attack

It’s difficult to gauge just how strong Australia’s World Cup hopes are. On the form, the defending champions should stand little chance. It has been more than two years since they last won an ODI series, and their win-loss ratio in that period (four wins, 19 losses) is the worst in the world.

However, with five World Cups in the trophy cabinet and an attack featuring Mitchell Starc and Pat Cummins, they simply can’t be ruled out.

The biggest factor for the Australians might just be the returns of David Warner and Steve Smith, however. With more than 7000 runs and 22 ODI centuries between the two of them, Warner (4343 runs at 43.43) and Smith (3431 at 41.84) are Australia’s two most proven batsmen and are good enough to take Australia’s batting order from faltering to elite.
Australian's Team Strength
Australian's Team Strength

Batting Attack


There are a host of concerns for Australia, and it is going to take more than the return of Smith and Warner to remedy those issues. This was a 50-over team in trouble before their suspensions after all, with the pair involved in 10 straight ODI losses before their 12-month bans.

Nevertheless, how quickly the two find their feet on the international stage is going to have a huge say on Australia’s World Cup hopes. Given the struggles of Aaron Finch, right now what this Australian team is missing more than anything is batsmen who know how to turn a start into a match-defining performance.

You needn’t look further than the respective XIs in the first ODI of the India-Australia series for that. Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan had one more century (15) than the entire Australian XI combined. Rohit Sharma (22) and Virat Kohli (39) each have more than the entire Australian squad combined (19).

With 14 and 8 ODI centuries respectively, Warner and Smith need to fill that hole.

New Zealand

Batting Strength

There are a host of concerns for Australia, and it is going to take more than the return of Smith and Warner to remedy those issues. This was a 50-over team in trouble before their suspensions after all, with the pair involved in 10 straight ODI losses before their 12-month bans.

Nevertheless, how quickly the two find their feet on the international stage is going to have a huge say on Australia’s World Cup hopes. Given the struggles of Aaron Finch, right now what this Australian team is missing more than anything is batsmen who know how to turn a start into a match-defining performance.


You needn’t look further than the respective XIs in the first ODI of the India-Australia series for that. Indian opener Shikhar Dhawan had one more century (15) than the entire Australian XI combined. Rohit Sharma (22) and Virat Kohli (39) each have more than the entire Australian squad combined (19).

With 14 and 8 ODI centuries respectively, Warner and Smith need to fill that hole.
New Zealand Team's Strength
New Zealand Team's Strength

Opening Pair Weakness

In terms of averages, in the past 12 months, New Zealand has the third worst opening combination in the world in ODI cricket. The two nations below them are Zimbabwe (17.82) and the Netherlands (2.50), the latter of which has only played twice.

Across the 16 matches New Zealand has played in that time, on average the first wicket has garnered the country 21.43 runs – world leaders England, by comparison, have an opening stand worth 63.75 on average.

The Black Caps can take some encouragement from the fact Guptill looked to be back to his best against Bangladesh (264 runs at 132.00). They’ll be hoping that was an indication of his form rather than reflective of an attack that has typically struggled outside of Asia.

Given that patience has seemingly run out with Colin Munro, who has averaged 18.53 over the past 12 months, much will depend on how Henry Nicholls takes to life at the top of the order.

England

Explosive Batting Order

Having won 10 of its past 12 bilateral series, England is the world’s best one-day international team and has the ICC ranking to prove it. There is no doubt the hosts will be the team to beat at the World Cup.

Embarrassed at the 2015 World Cup, where a conservative approach saw it bundled out in the group stage. England is now the most attacking team in the world with the bat. No side has passed 300 more times in ODI cricket since the World Cup than England – Eoin Morgan’s men have managed it 34 times, 14 more than second best India – and South Africa is the only other team to have posted a 400+ total. England has done that four times.

Alongside having batsmen gifted with the ability to go hell for leather from ball one - Jonny Bairstow, Jason Roy, Jos Buttler and Morgan all average more than 40 with strike rates above 100 over the past 12 months – they also have a batting order deep enough to give those players license to attack. No.11 Mark Wood is the only out-and-out bowler regularly playing for England, with the rest of the attack more than capable with the bat.
England Team's Strength
England Team Strength

Batting Collapse

Adopting an all-out attacking approach with the bat has made England the team to beat. A lack of flexibility may be what costs them, with enough collapses in recent times to make it a concern.

A game after hammering 6-418 against the West Indies, they were bundled out for 113, failing to change their approach on a tougher pitch. They were on the brink of being bowled out at 9-132 against a struggling Sri Lanka in October.

Weighing a bowler’s merits as a batsman has also cost the team on occasion too, with Scotland pulling off one of the great upsets last year by piling on 371 runs in a six-run thriller.

The question England has to answer is whether it can adapt its game to suit the conditions, particularly as the pitches and fields get drier, and reverse swing and spin become bigger factors.

It’s an issue England think tank are aware of too.

“It is quite difficult to curb what has been your natural reaction for the last couple of weeks. The honest answer is we need to get better at it,” Morgan told Sky Sports after England were skittled by the Windies.

“When we come up against different conditions it never is that easy for any side but you need to adapt on the day and find a way of scoring runs, occupying the crease and managing your innings better than we did.


“You have to rock up on any given day and be in a good enough head space to adapt to conditions.”

India

Bowling Attack

This Indian team features three of the all-time great 50-over batsmen – Virat Kohli, Rohit Sharma, MS Dhoni – and one under-appreciated because of the caliber of players around him in Shikhar Dhawan. But if the Indians go all the way in England it will be because their attack is in the conversation for best in the game.

Kohli has three of the top five ODI bowlers in the world at his disposal, according to the ICC’s rankings. The star of the show, and No.1 bowler on the rankings, is Jasprit Bumrah (82 wickets at 21.07) but the ace up Kohli’s sleeve is the duel act of Kuldeep Yadav (82 wickets at 20.60) and Yuzvendra Chahal (71 wickets at 23.83), who sit fourth and fifth on the rankings. The spin twins have given India unrivaled cut through in the middle overs.

With Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami competing to partner Bumrah with the new ball, and seam bowling all-rounder Hardik Pandya likely to carry the fifth bowler’s load, India’s attack will cause plenty of trouble.
Indian Team's Strength
Indian Team's Strength

Batting Strength

The big three of Sharma, Dhawan, and Kohli has been the platform on which India has built its near-constant success in ODI cricket since the last World Cup. It’s an over-dependence on this top three that could also cost the Indians in England, just as it did in the Champions Trophy, where Kohli’s side was bundled out for 158 after the top three contributed a grand sum of 26 runs.

Given Ambati Rayudu and Dhoni – the likely candidates to bat No.4 and 5 – average 48.34 and 50.84 respectively, this critique may seem harsh. However, neither Rayudu nor Dhoni are particularly quick run-scorers any more, with the onus on one of Sharma, Dhawan or Kohli to cash in with quick runs in the second half of the innings after laying a foundation in the first.


Having made the final of the 2017 Champions Trophy, the Indians will be confident they have it in them to tackle English conditions. Nevertheless, if the ball is moving off the straight the onus on the top three to set up the innings will only increase.

Pakistan

Top Three Batting Order

They may only sit fifth on the ICC rankings, but there is plenty to like about a Pakistan team that has unearthed a few gems in the past two years.

Stability may not be a phrase synonymous with Pakistani cricket, but they have just that thanks to a world-class top three.

The fire and ice combination of Fakhar Zaman (1442 ODI career runs at 53.40) and Imam-ul-Haq (1090 at 60.55) has averaged 61.06 as an opening pair over the past 12 months. Only England’s Jonny Bairstow and Jason Roy (64.64) have fared better among opening combinations that have played more than five ODIs since last March.

With Babar Azam – fifth on the ODI rankings and averaging 51.29 – coming in at No.3, Pakistan’s top three does not leave much to be desired.

There is a lot to get excited about with the next generation of Pakistani cricketers coming through. The likes of Imam-ul-Haq, Babar Azam, Shaheen Afridi, Usman Shinwari and Shadab Khan – aged between 20 and 25 – have all shown that they can have a serious impact.

However, if Pakistan is going to make a splash at the World Cup then the senior pros will need to step up too. That’s a concern given Mohammad Hafeez is nursing a thumb injury and veterans Shoaib Malik (404 runs at 33.66) and Sarfaraz Ahmed (213 runs at 26.62) have both looked off color over the past 12 months.
Pakistan Team's Strength
Pakistan Team's Strength

Bowling Attack

Rookie quicks Usman Shinwari and Shaheen Afridi will have big roles to play alongside the more established Hasan Ali. With 20-year-old leg-spinner Shadab Khan there too, Pakistan has most areas covered with the ball.

Mohammed Amir is also struggling. The quick has taken three wickets at 86.33 over the past 12 months in ODI cricket. While Pakistan has not missed him too much, thanks to Afridi (19 wickets at 19.36) and Shinwari (17 at 19.41), Amir is a big stage player. The left-arm quick was at the heart of Pakistan’s Champions Trophy win, taking 3-16 in the final.

“If a senior bowler like him looks out of form, off-color, it’s a worry for us, but we still have time for Amir. We still have ten one-dayers and two-three months,” chief selector and former batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq said. “Amir can make a comeback. We will give him a full chance to make a comeback. He is a big-occasion bowler and we need to have a bowler like him in our armory.”


Bangladesh

Batting Attack

Bangladesh surprised the world by making it past the group stage of the World Cup last time, and in the years since have become proven performers on the big stage.

In 2017, the Tigers made it into the semi-finals of the Champions Trophy, getting through a group that featured England, New Zealand and Australia. In 2018, they made the Asia Cup final and lost a last-ball thriller against India.

Each of those tournaments saw a senior bat step up, with Tamim Iqbal scoring 293 at 73.25 in the Champions trophy and Mushfiqur Rahim 302 at 60.50 in the Asia Cup.

Up until the ODI series against New Zealand, both those men were in hot form. In the past 12 months, Mushfiqur has averaged 51.84 and Tamim 63.14. Alongside Shakib Al Hasan they will carry the bulk of the responsibility with the bat for Bangladesh. If Mahmudullah and Soumya Sarkar can step up too, then this Bangladeshi outfit will be a handful.
Bangladesh Team's Strength
Bangladesh Team's Strength

Chasing Failure

While the form of Bangladesh’s batsmen is impressive, collectively they are going to have to step it up in England. With flat pitches and small grounds the norm, scores around 300 are expected to be par.

That’s a concern for a Bangladeshi batting order that has only passed 300 once in the past 12 months and six times since the 2015 World Cup. Afghanistan is the only World Cup team to have reached 300 on fewer occasions (2) since the last tournament.

The counterpoint to this is that Bangladesh has only conceded 300 runs in an ODI eight times since the last World Cup and only once in the past 12 months.


Sri Lanka

Al-Rounder Strength

With all-rounder Thisara Perera (512 runs at 39.38, the strike rate of 121.04) leading the charge, Sri Lanka’s batsmen have scored at 5.78 runs a year across the past 12 months. Only England (6.41) has scored faster.

Alongside Thisara Perera, Niroshan Dickwella and Kusal Perera shape as the key me in Sri Lanka’s batting order. Both have scored more than 400 runs in the past 12 months, with strike rates just under 100.
Sri Lanka Team's Strength
Sri Lanka Team's Strength

Bowling Strength

While the Sri Lankans score runs at a rapid rate, they concede them even quicker. The Lasith Malinga-led side has leaked a world-worst 6.21 an over across the past 12 months. No wonder they have lost 12 of their last 16 ODIs.

Worryingly for Sri Lanka, their two best bowlers over the past year have both had stints on the sidelines.

Akila Dananjaya, a right-arm spinner of every variety, has been both their greatest threat (26 wickets at 19.76) and most frugal bowler (6.45) in the past 12 months. He has only just returned to playing duties after a stint on the sidelines because of suspect action.

Malinga, the team’s second highest wicket-taker in the past year (17 at 28.05), is never a guarantee to play given his age and injury history.


West Indies

Destructive Batting Pairs

The West Indies’ greatest strength and biggest concerns are one and the same. Theirs is a dynamite team – whether they implode or explode is the question.

With Chris Gayle back at the top of the order and power hitters like Shimron Hetmyer and Carlos Brathwaite in the side, the West Indies are capable of posting scores few other teams in the world can.

Just ask England’s bowlers, who were at the receiving end of some absolutely disdainful batting during a recent ODI series in the Caribbean that finished 2-2. Gayle was at the center of that series, with the bruising left-hander in ominous touch ahead of the World Cup. He hammered 424 runs for the campaign at an average of 106.00 with a strike rate of 134.17. There were 39 sixes along the way.

At the same time, the West Indies are as likely to crumble as any team, having been held under 200 on six occasions in the past 12 months.

West Indies Team's Strength
West Indies Team's Strength
Afghanistan

Spin Magic

In Rashid Khan, Afghanistan has the best white-ball spin bowler in the world. Second, on the ICC’s ODI bowling rankings, Rashid has taken 33 wickets at just 17.36 runs apiece in the past year. He’s only leaked 3.85 runs an over in that time.


The scary thing about Afghanistan is that Rashid is no one-man band. Brisbane Heat fans got a look at Mujeeb ur Rahman over the summer in the BBL (12 wickets at 23.41, econ. 6.04), and the 18-year-old has been a revelation since making his ODI debut (47 wickets at 18.14, econ 3.74). Throw in the finger spin of all-rounder Mohammad Nabi and Afghanistan’s attack is not short of quality.

Though the pace stocks aren’t impressive, Afghanistan boasts the most economic attack of any team at the World Cup, leaking just 4.21 runs per over in the past year and 4.51 since the last World Cup.
Afghanistan Team's Strength
Afghanistan Team's Strength

The X-Factor

Having registered wins over Sri Lanka and Bangladesh and a tie with India at last year’s Asia Cup, Afghanistan doesn’t need to have any concerns over whether they are good enough to mix it with the big boys.

However, they will have to improve their run rate if they want to be more than also-rans. Asghar Afghan’s team has scored at just 4.64 runs per over across the past year. That makes them comfortably the slowest scorers of any team in the World Cup, with Pakistan (4.64) the next worst.

Big tournaments from Nabi and wicketkeeper Mohammad Shahzad could rectify that issue.

Saturday, 16 February 2019

ICC T20 World Cup 2020

2020 ICC T20 World Cup

Good news for all the cricket fans all around the world. We are going to share the details about the announcement of the ICC short format Mega event. Today, the International Cricket Council confirmed the t20 world cup venue and schedule with the sides that have qualified directly for the ICC T20 World Cup 2020. Once again, Australia has the privilege to host this mega event and the final will be played at the historical Melbourn Cricket Ground (MCG).


2020 ICC T20 World Cup

ICC Women's T20 World Cup 2020

Australia will begin their Women’s T20 World Cup title defense against India next year in a tournament the International Cricket Council (ICC) is hoping to conclude with a record attendance for a women’s sporting event. The tournament will start on 21 February and culminate at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on 8 March which is also International Women’s Day.

“Whenever we host an event in Australia we know we can guarantee the one billion cricket fans around the world a great show,” ICC chief executive David Richardson said. The MCG has a capacity in excess of 100,000 people, although the ICC is hoping to attract more than 92,000.
Cricket T20 World Cup 2020
ICC T20 World Cup Main Event
For the first time, the women’s and men’s T20 World Cup will be held as standalone events in the same year, with the men’s tournament being staged from 18 October to 15 November, with the final also at the MCG.

ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2020

T20  Men's World Cup is likely begun on Sun Oct 18, 2020, in Australia as per schedule FTP. ICC World T20 will be an international Tournament to be organized by Australia. It is likely to consist of 35 matches to be hosted by Australia in Oct-Nov 2020.

The Cricket T20 World Cup 2020 Tournament is a part of Future Tour Programs prepared by International Cricket Council (ICC). Australia will host this Tournament, likely to begin on October 18, 2020. Cricket Schedule on T20 World Cup 2020 with full match timings and fixtures are also shared on this site. For the short review, The participant teams have been divided into two groups (A&B). While each group contains 6 teams. 4 teams are already qualified according to the ICC Top T20 ranking. Remaining two teams will be confirmed after the qualifying matches, once it is declared by authority.

The men’s tournament begins with a series of qualifying matches before Australia open the Super 12 section at the Sydney Cricket Ground against Pakistan on 24 October, while India meets South Africa at Perth Stadium.

Click to read more about the ICC T20 World Cup 2020 Schedule

Wednesday, 6 February 2019

Smith Chaos For The World Cup 2019

Smith Chaos For The World Cup 2019

The critical time on Steve Smith's arrival to cricket stays misty, adding to fears the star batsman won't be fit in time for the Cricket World Cup 2019.

Smith had major surgery on his elbow a month ago after suffering an injury playing in the BPL (Bangladesh Premier League).

His administration revealed the medical procedure - which will keep him in a bed for about 2 months - was a triumph. Well, there are still no guarantees on when he will come back to the field, his manager told.

Smith Chaos For The World Cup 2019

Smith is still yet to preclude being fit to take part in the Indian Premier League when his ball-altering suspension finishes on March 29.

Craig stated: "The expectation is that he will play in the IPL and after that the World Cup and afterward the Ashes."

That chaos makes the possibility of Smith playing in Australia's upcoming two matches of ODI series against Pakistan in the UAE, which is expected to be held after March 29, 2019.

Smith's surgery isn't scheduled to be evacuated until late February, making the best case situation for his arrival as mid-late March. David Warner is also suffering shoulder damage, yet his misfortune is considered as minor.

Wednesday, 5 September 2018

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Highlights

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Highlights

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is the twelfth edition of the Cricket World Cup, booked to be facilitated by England and Wales from 30 May to 14 July 2019. It is the fifth time that ICC Cricket World Cup will be held in England and Wales. The most exciting news is that you can watch the Cricket World Cup 2019 highlights on our channel. Live streaming of the cricket world cup 2019 is also available on this website.
WC 2019 Highlights
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Highlights
It will be the principal World Cup to be challenged without the majority of the Test playing countries being available and after the end of Scotland and the United Arab Emirates, this will be the significant World Cup to highlights no Associate individuals. 

Cricket World Cup 2019 Videos

The ten group competition has picked up feedback because of the absence of Associate groups in the tournament. Given the expansion of the Test playing countries from 10 to 12, with the affirmation of Ireland and Afghanistan in June 2017.


The organization for the world cup tournament will be a solitary gathering of ten teams, with each team playing the other nine teams in WC 2019, and the best four groups advancing to a knockout phase of semi-finals and the last final match. Total 48 exciting matches will be played at the mega event of ICC cricket world cup, and you can watch the live action on Officialwc2019. If you miss the live action of the WC 2019 match, then you can also view the WC 2019 Highlights and the best moment of the post-match in the form of WC 2019 videos.


ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Live Matches

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Live Matches

True sports lovers can fulfill their appetite of watching live matches of ICC Cricket World Cup. You can get the live action of Cricket World Cup 2019 from 30 May to 14 July. Being the official World Cup 2019, our live streaming is bound to communicate worldwide without any lacking. Officialwc2019 is the only one destination for thrilling and exciting cricket world cup matches that give you a full dose of cricket entertainment and bring the ICC cricket world cup 2019 live matches.
The station appreciates the benefit to broadcast live matches, sports documentaries, match analysis, WC 2019 live best moment clips, WC 2019 matches highlights and much more for our committed viewers.


In this era of innovation, an upcoming mega event of ICC cricket world cup 2019 serves a large number of online viewers who want to watch their most loved matches on the web. Official world cup 2019 took responsibility for broadcasting nearby and worldwide 24/7 live streaming. It plans to advance games like cricket, promote in among the youth of the nation and help to develop the cricket culture healthily.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Live Streaming
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Live Matches

Cricket World Cup 2019 Live Streaming

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You can also watch our live streaming channel on Youtube.com. It telecasts all the significant moments occur live cricket matches broadly and around the globe. It demonstrates the analysis before the World Cup 2019 match and provides sports analytics with actual predictions on the modern game. Officialwc2019 has legal privileges of broadcast live cricket matches of Cricket World Cup 2019 alongside every one of the amusements of ICC.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Live Broadcast

Everyone's eyes are on this mega event of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, and that is the most discussed cricket competition nowadays. A total bundle of 48 ODI will be broadcast on Officialwc2019 live streaming. We possess a rich tradition of telecasting sports events for the viewers. Everything is set to meet the expectations of live viewers. You can also buy the Cricket World Cup 2019 tickets online. So, Just make your bonding with us on this live matches page and enjoy the exciting Cricket World Cup 2019 live actions.


ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Tickets

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Tickets

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is all prepared to begin on May 30, 2019, in the famous stadiums of England & Wales. The 12th version of Cricket World Cup will be facilitated by England & Wales for the fifth time, from 1975 to 2019 competitions. So, get ready to book ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Tickets as much as you can. Otherwise, you can't be able to part of the most exciting and thrilling WC 2019 live matches.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Tickets
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Tickets
Australia is the guarding victor of world cup 2015. Australia has won the World Cup competition for five times, West Indies has won this event three times in a row from the start of the world cup mega event. The fixtures and arrangement of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 competition were reported on August 2018. Ten teams were part into with the two groups partitioned. The main two groups with the most noteworthy score from every one of the collections will advance to the Super Four segment of the competition. From that point, the main opposite sides of the Super Four area will then play each other in the last.

The opening match will be represented among England and South Africa at the Oval Cricket Stadium on Thirty May 2019. The most critical occasion of the 2019 World Cup will be performed in between arch-rivals India and Pakistan on June 16, 2019. It will be the most exciting and anticipated match of the Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament. If you want to be the witness of the cricket world cup live action on the ground. So just follow this article and book your ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tickets now.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Teams

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Teams

We know that you guys are very excited to know about the ICC Cricket world cup 2019 teams and also want to know your favorite team squad which is selected by their cricket board for WC 2019. We should mention first the ICC cricket world cup 2019 groups have been decided. Now, Each team squads list contain 18 players. We are disclosing their names in this post below. We are providing you with the 99% assured information about CWC 2019 teams. While at the mean time of World cup matches the final 11 selection from this squad may get changes, but most probably chances are that you will see these players in live action on the field during the cricket world cup 2019. We also know that you can't wait further to know about your favorite team squad. So, let's begin!
WC 2019 Teams
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Teams
  • England
  • India
  • Pakistan
  • New Zealand
  • Australia
  • South Africa
  • Bangladesh
  • Sri Lanka
  • Afghanistan
  • West Indies

ICC World Cup 2019 Teams Squad

Well, the exciting moment coming closer day by day, when all the qualifying 10 teams of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (India, Pakistan, England, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and West Indies) prepared to take part in this mega event of cricket held in England and Wales. ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule has been announced finally. 2019 World Cup season beginning from 30th May 2019 To 14 July 2019. From all the qualifying 10 teams, top 4 teams of them will play for Semi-Finals, and then successful two sides appeared on Final. For this mega tournament, it is expected that best 4 teams of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will be England, India, Pakistan, and New Zealand. Presently its all rely upon the performance that how each team squad plays cricket at the ground.



ICC World Cup 2019 England Squad:

  • Eoin Morgan (C)
  • Jonny Bairstow
  • Jos Buttler
  • Alex Hales
  • Adil Rashid
  • Jason Roy
  • David Willey
  • Moeen Ali
  • Jake Ball
  • Tom Curran
  • Liam Plunkett
  • Joe Root
  • Ben Stokes
  • Mark Wood
WC 2019 England Team Squad
ICC World Cup 2019 England Team Squad

ICC World Cup 2019 Australia Squad:

  • Tim Paine (C)
  • Aaron Finch
  • Ashton Agar
  • Alex Carey
  • Travis Head
  • Nathan Lyon
  • Glenn Maxwell
  • Shaun Marsh
  • Jhye Richardson
  • Kane Richardson
  • D Arcy Short
  • Billy Stanlake
  • Marcus Stoinis
  • Andrew Tye
  • Michael Neser
WC 2019 Australia Team Squad
ICC World Cup 2019 Australia Team Squad

ICC World Cup 2019 New Zealand Squad:

  • Kane Willamson (C)
  • Trent Boult
  • Luke Ronchi
  • Lockie Forguson
  • Matt Henry
  • Colin Munro
  • Mitchell Santner
  • Ross Taylor
  • Todd Astle
  • Corey Anderson
  • James Neesham
  • Neil Wagner
  • Colin De Grandhomme
  • Martin Guptill
  • Tom Latham
  • Henry Nicholls
  • Tim Southee
WC 2019 New Zealand Team Squad
ICC World Cup 2019 New Zealand Team Squad

ICC World Cup 2019 South Africa Squad:

  • Aiden Markram (C)
  • Farhaan Behardien
  • Imran Tahir
  • David Miller
  • Chris Morris
  • AB De Villiers
  • Andile Phehlukwayo
  • Tabraiz Shamsi
  • Quinton De Kock
  • Faf Du Plessis
  • Hashim Amla
  • JP Duminy
  • Heinrich Klaasen
  • Morne Morkel
  • Lungi Ngidi
  • Kagiso Rabada
  • Khaya Zondo
WC 2019 South Africa Team Squad
ICC World Cup 2019 South Africa Team Squad

ICC World Cup 2019 India Squad:

  • Virat Kohli (C)
  • Shikhar Dhawan
  • Rohit Sharma
  • Shreyas Iyer
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar
  • Axar Patel
  • Suresh Raina
  • Shardul Thakur
  • Jasprit Bumrah
  • Yuzuvendra Chahal
  • MS Dhoni
  • Manish Pandey
  • Dinesh Karthik
  • Kuldeep Yadav
  • Hardik Pandya
  • Kedar Jadhav
  • Lokesh Rahul
  • Umesh Yadav
WC 2019 Indian Team Squad
ICC World Cup 2019 Indian Team Squad

ICC World Cup 2019 Pakistan Squad:

  • Sarfraz Ahmed (C)
  • Babar Azam
  • Fakhar Zaman
  • Hasan Ali
  • Junaid Khan
  • Mohammed Hafez
  • Shadab Khan
  • Usman Khan
  • Asif Ali
  • Faheem Ashraf
  • Haris Sohail
  • Imam Ul Haq
  • Farhan Sahabzada
  • Mohammed Nawaz
  • Shoaib Malik
  • Shaheen Shah Afridi
  • Yasir Shah
WC 2019 Pakistan Team Squad
ICC World Cup 2019 Pakistan Team Squad

ICC World Cup 2019 Bangladesh Squad:

  • Mashrafe Mortaza (C)
  • Liton Das
  • Mehidy Hasan
  • Mominul Haque
  • Mustafizur Rahman
  • Rubel Hossain
  • Shafiul Islam
  • Soumya Sarkar
  • Taskin Ahmed
  • Imrul Kayes
  • Mahmudullah
  • Mohammed Saifuddin
  • Mushfiqur Rahman
  • Nasir Hossain
  • Sabbir Rahman
  • Shakib Al Hasan
  • Tamim Iqbal
WC 2019 Bangladesh Team Squad
ICC World Cup 2019 Bangladesh Team Squad

ICC World Cup 2019 West Indies Squad:

  • Jason Holder (C)
  • Chris Gayle
  • Evin Lewis
  • Sunil Ambris
  • Miguel Cummins
  • Kyle Hope
  • Alzarri Joseph
  • Ashley Nurse
  • Marlon Samuels
  • Kesrick Williamson
  • Andre Russell
  • Jason Mohammed
  • Devendra Bishoo
  • Shai Hope
  • Rovman Powell
  • Jerome Taylor
WC 2019 West Indies Team Squad
ICC World Cup 2019 West Indies Team Squad

ICC World Cup 2019 Sri Lanka Squad:

  • Upul Tharanga (C)
  • Akila Dhananjaya
  • Niroshan Dickwella
  • Danushka Gunathilaka
  • Angelo Mathews
  • Dilshan Munaweera
  • Malinda Pushpakumara
  • Milinda Pushpakumara
  • Milinda Siriwardana
  • Dinesh Chandimal
  • Samantha Chameera
  • Wanindu Hasaranga
  • Vishwa Fernando
  • Lasith Malinga
  • Kusal Mendis
  • Thisara Perera
  • Lakshan Sandakan
  • Lahiru Thirimanne
  • Chamara Kapugedera
WC 2019 Sri Lanka Team Squad
ICC World Cup 2019 Sri Lanka Team Squad

ICC World Cup 2019 Afghanistan Squad:

  • Asghar Stanikzai (C)
  • Amir Hamza
  • Fareed Ahmed
  • Javed Ahmadi
  • Nasir Jamal
  • Rahmat Shah
  • Samiullah Shenwari
  • Shapoor Zardan
  • Afsar Zazai
  • Dawlat Zadran
  • Gulbadin Naib
  • Mohammed Nabi
  • Noor Ali Zadran
  • Rashid Khan
  • Shafiqullah
  • Usman Ghani
WC 2019 Afghanistan Team Squad
ICC World Cup 2019 Afghanistan Team Squad

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