Cricket World Cup Fixtures 2019

The 2019 Cricket World Cup in England is almost upon us, and here we have all the 48 fixtures to be played over the 6 weeks long tournament.

The 48 fixtures at the 2019 cricket world cup are made up of 45 round robin fixtures, followed by two semi-finals, and a final. The 45 round robin matches sees all ten teams play each other once. The top 4 teams from the group of 10 go into the semi-finals.

Cricket World Cup Fixtures 2019

May

    • England vs South Africa, The Oval, 10.30am, Thursday 30th
    • West Indies vs Pakistan, Trent Bridge, 10.30am, Friday 31st

June

    • New Zealand vs Sri Lanka, Cardiff, 10.30am, Saturday 1st
    • Afghanistan vs Australia, Bristol, 1.30pm (day/night), Saturday 1st
    • South Africa vs Bangladesh, The Oval, 10.30am, Sunday 2nd
    • England vs Pakistan, Trent Bridge, 10.30am, Monday 3rd
    • Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka, Cardiff, 10.30am, Tuesday 4th
    • South Africa vs India, Southampton, 10.30am, Wednesday 5th
    • Bangladesh vs New Zealand, The Oval, 1.30pm (day/night), Wednesday 5th
    • Australia vs West Indies, Trent Bridge, 10.30am, Thursday 6th
    • Pakistan vs Sri Lanka, Bristol, 10.30am, Friday 7th
    • England vs Bangladesh, Cardiff, 10.30am, Saturday 8th
    • Afghanistan vs New Zealand, Taunton, 1.30pm (day/night), Saturday 8th
    • India vs Australia, The Oval, 10.30am, Sunday 9th
    • South Africa vs West Indies, Southampton, 10.30am, Monday 10th
    • Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka, Bristol, 10.30am, Tuesday 11th
    • Australia vs Pakistan, Taunton, 10.30am, Wednesday 12th
    • India vs New Zealand, Trent Bridge, 10.30am, Thursday 13th
    • England vs West Indies, Southampton, 10.30am, Friday 14th
    • Lanka vs Australia, The Oval, 10.30am, Saturday 15th
    • South Africa vs Afghanistan, Cardiff, 1.30pm (day/night), Saturday 15th
    • India vs Pakistan, Old Trafford, 10.30am, Sunday 16th
    • West Indies vs Bangladesh, Taunton, 10.30am, Monday 17th
    • England vs Afghanistan, Old Trafford, 10.30am, Tuesday 18th
    • New Zealand v South Africa, Edgbaston, 10.30am, Wednesday 19th
    • Australia vs Bangladesh, Trent Bridge, 10.30, Thursday 20th
    • England vs Sri Lanka, Headingley, 10.30am, Friday 21st
    • India vs Afghanistan, Southampton, 10.30am, Saturday 22nd
    • West Indies vs New Zealand, Old Trafford, 1.30pm (day/night), Saturday 22nd
    • Pakistan vs South Africa, Lord’s, 10.30am, Sunday 23rd
    • Bangladesh vs Afghanistan, Southampton, 10.30am, Monday 24th
    • England vs Australia, Lord’s, 10.30am, Tuesday 25th
    • New Zealand vs Pakistan, Edgbaston, 10.30am, Wednesday 26th
    • West Indies vs India, Old Trafford, 10.30am, Thursday 27th
    • Sri Lanka vs South Africa, Chester-le-Street, 10.30am, Friday 28th
    • Pakistan vs Afghanistan, Headingley, 10.30am, Saturday 29th
    • New Zealand vs Australia, Lord’s, 1.30pm (day/night) Saturday 29th
    • England vs India, Edgbaston, 10.30am, Sunday 30th

July

    • Sri Lanka vs West Indies, Chester-le-Street, 10.30am, Monday 1st
    • Bangladesh vs India, Edgbaston, 10.30am, Tuesday 2nd
    • England vs New Zealand, Chester-le-Street, 10.30am, Wednesday 3rd
    • Afghanistan vs West Indies, Headingley, 10.30am, Thursday 4th
    • Pakistan vs Bangladesh, Lord’s, 10.30am, Friday 5th
    • Sri Lanka vs India, Headingley, 10.30am, Saturday 6th
    • Australia vs South Africa, Old Trafford, 1.30pm (day/night), Saturday 6th
    • First semi-final: 1st vs 4th, Old Trafford, 10.30am, Tuesday 9th
    • Second semi-final: 2nd vs 3rd, Edgbaston, 10.30am, Thursday 11th
    • Final, Lord’s, 10.30am, Sunday 14th

There are reserve days set aside for the two semi-finals, and final.

cricket world cup fixtures 2019

Lord’s Cricket Ground, the home of cricket will host the World Cup Final on 14th July.

Cricket World Cup Betting

In cricket world cup betting, hosts England go into the tournament as 2/1 favourites. They are closely followed by India at 3/1.

Eoin Morgan’s England side are the number 1 ranked side in the world in 50 Overs cricket. This is based mainly on their destructive batting line up, made up with big hitters like Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, and Jos Buttler.