New Zealand‘s 2019 World Cup squad (announced April 3) Batsmen: Kane Williamson (c), Martin Guptill, Henry Nicholls, Colin Munro, Ross Taylor Wicketkeeper-batsmen: Tom Latham, Tom Blundell All-rounders: Colin de Grandhomme, […]Read more
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019, which will be the 12th edition of this quadrennial event, will be combinedly hosted by England and Wales, who have hosted four World Cups previously (1975, 1979, 1983, and 1999).
The 2019 World Cup will begin on 30 May (Thursday) and end on 15 July (Monday). At the time of writing, 650 more days (1 year, 9 months and 12 days) remain for the start of the world tournament.
Australia are the defending champions, having won the cup back home in 2015. They have been the most successful team at cricket World Cups, winning five (1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, and 2015) of the eleven tournaments held so far.
In case you haven’t already, read part one of the probable India squad for World Cup 2019, in which Cricfooty has analysed the batsmen who are likely to be named […]Read more
Only 10 months remain (at the time of writing) for the start of the 12th edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup. The preparation for every one of the 10 […]Read more
Date Fixture Venue May 25, Sat 10:30 local; 15:00 IST India vs (practice) New Zealand The Oval May 28, Tue 10:30 local; 15:00 IST Bangladesh vs (practice) India SWALEC Jun […]Read more
Date Fixture Venue May 30, Thur 10:30 local; 15:00 IST England vs South Africa The Oval May 31, Fri 10:30 local; 15:00 IST West Indies vs Pakistan Trent Bridge Jun […]Read more
World Cup 2019 teams England Australia Bangladesh India New Zealand Pakistan Sri Lanka South Africa West Indies (through World Cup Qualifiers route) Afghanistan (through World Cup Qualifiers route) The 10 […]Read more