Brief scores: India 224/8 (Virat Kohli 67, Kedar Jadhav 52; Mohammad Nabi 2/33, Gulbadin Naib 2/51) beat Afghanistan 213/10 (Mohammad Nabi 52, Rahmat Shah 36; Mohammed Shami 4/40, Yuzvendra Chahal […]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.
Match details Hampshire Bowl, SouthamptonJune 22, Saturday; 15:00 ISTLive on Star Sports, streaming on Hotstar The main picture You could point to the scale of South Africa’s underperformances at this […]Read more
Brief scores: India 336/5 (Rohit Sharma 140, Virat Kohli 77, KL Rahul 57; Mohammad Amir 3/47) beat Pakistan 212/6 (Fakhar Zaman 62, Babar Azam 48; Vijay Shankar 2/22, Kuldeep Yadav […]Read more
Match details Old Trafford, Manchester June 16, Sunday; 15:00 IST Live on Star Sports, streaming on Hotstar The main picture India versus Pakistan is one of those sporting rivalries that […]Read more
Brief scores: Match abandoned without toss India vs New Zealand World Cup 2019, key stats India’s third match of the 2019 World Cup was abandoned because of incessant rain at […]Read more
Match details Trent Bridge, Nottingham June 13, Thursday, 15:00 IST Live on Star Sports, streaming on Hotstar The main picture New Zealand sit atop the points table having won their […]Read more
Brief scores: India 352/5 (Shikhar Dhawan 117, Virat Kohli 82, Rohit Sharma 57; Marcus Stoinis 2/62) beat Australia 316/10 (Steve Smith 89, David Warner 56, Alex Carey 55*, Bhuvneshwar Kumar […]Read more
Match details The Oval, London June 9, Sunday; 15:00 IST Live on Star Sports, streaming on Hotstar The main picture We have had 13 matches in the World Cup so […]Read more
Brief scores: South Africa 227/9 (Chris Morris 42, Faf du Plessis 38; Yuzvendra Chahal 4/51, Jasprit Bumrah 2/35) lost to India 230/4 (Rohit Sharma 122*, MS Dhoni 34; Kagiso Rabada […]Read more
Match details Hampshire Bowl, Southampton June 5, Wednesday; 15:00 IST Live on Star Sports, streaming on Hotstar The main picture India came to the World Cup knowing they will play […]Read more