Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule: Full fixtures, dates, time, venues

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World Cup 2019 is going to start from May 30 (Thursday) so just mark the Cricket World Cup 2019 schedule for the exciting matches.

As per Cricket World Cup 2019 schedule, host England and South Africa will play the first match on May 30. However, Pakistan will start their world cup campaign on May 31 when they play against West Indies. Here is the complete Cricket World Cup 2019 schedule with full fixtures, dates, time, and venues.

Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule


30 May: England vs South Africa – The Oval, London – (14:30 PM PST)
31 May: West Indies vs Pakistan – Trent Bridge, Nottingham – (14:30 PM PST)
01 June: New Zealand vs Sri Lanka – Sophia Gardens Cardiff, Cardiff – (14:30 PM PST)
01 June: Afghanistan vs Australia – The Bristol County Ground, Bristol – (17:30 PM PST)
02 June: South Africa vs Bangladesh – The Oval, London – (14:30 PM PST)
03 June: England vs Pakistan – Trent Bridge, Nottingham – (14:30 PM PST)
04 June: Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka – Sophia Gardens Cardiff, Cardiff – (14:30 PM PST)
05 June: South Africa vs India – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton – (14:30 PM PST)
05 June: Bangladesh vs New Zealand – The Oval, London – (17:30 PM PST)
06 June: Australia vs West Indies – Trent Bridge, Nottingham – (14:30 PM PST)
07 June: Pakistan vs Sri Lanka – The Bristol County Ground, Bristol – (14:30 PM PST)
08 June: England vs Bangladesh – Sophia Gardens Cardiff, Cardiff – (14:30 PM PST)
08 June: Afghanistan vs New Zealand – The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton – (17:30 PM PST)
09 June: India vs Australia – The Oval, London – (14:30 PM PST)
10 June: South Africa vs West Indies – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton – (14:30 PM PST)
11 June: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka – The Bristol County Ground, Bristol – (14:30 PM PST)
12 June: Australia vs Pakistan – The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton – (14:30 PM PST)
13 June: India vs New Zealand – Trent Bridge, Nottingham – (14:30 PM PST)
14 June: England vs West Indies – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton – (14:30 PM PST)
15 June: Sri Lanka vs Australia – The Oval, London – (14:30 PM PST)
15 June: South Africa vs Afghanistan – Sophia Gardens Cardiff, Cardiff – (17:30 PM PST)
16 June: India vs Pakistan – Old Trafford, Manchester – (14:30 PM PST)
17 June: West Indies vs Bangladesh – The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton – (14:30 PM PST)
18 June: England vs Afghanistan – Old Trafford, Manchester – (14:30 PM PST)
19 June: New Zealand vs South Africa – Edgbaston, Birmingham – (14:30 PM PST)
20 June: Australia vs Bangladesh – Trent Bridge, Nottingham – (14:30 PM PST)
21 June: England vs Sri Lanka – Headingley, Leeds – (14:30 PM PST)
22 June: India vs Afghanistan – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton – (14:30 PM PST)
22 June: West Indies vs New Zealand – Old Trafford, Manchester – (17:30 PM PST)
23 June: Pakistan vs South Africa – Lord’s, London – (14:30 PM PST)
24 June: Bangladesh vs Afghanistan – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton – (14:30 PM PST)
25 June: England vs Australia – Lord’s, London – (14:30 PM PST)
26 June: New Zealand vs Pakistan – Edgbaston, Birmingham – (14:30 PM PST)
27 June: West Indies vs India – Old Trafford, Manchester – (14:30 PM PST)
28 June: Sri Lanka vs South Africa – Riverside, Chester-le-Street – (14:30 PM PST)
29 June: Pakistan vs Afghanistan – Headingley, Leeds – (14:30 PM PST)
29 June: New Zealand vs Australia – Lord’s, London – (17:30 PM PST)
30 June: England vs India – Edgbaston, Birmingham – (14:30 PM PST)
01 July: Sri Lanka vs West Indies – Riverside, Chester-le-Street – (14:30 PM PST)
02 July: Bangladesh vs India – Edgbaston, Birmingham – (14:30 PM PST)
03 July: England vs New Zealand – Riverside, Chester-le-Street – (14:30 PM PST)
04 July: Afghanistan vs West Indies – Emerald Headingley, Leeds – (14:30 PM PST)
05 July: Pakistan vs Bangladesh – Lord’s, London – (14:30 PM PST)
06 July: Sri Lanka vs India – Emerald Headingley, Leeds – (14:30 PM PST)
06 July: Australia vs South Africa – Old Trafford, Manchester – (17:30 PM PST)
09 July: 1st semi-final (1 vs 4) – Old Trafford, Manchester – (14:30 PM PST)
11 July: 2nd semi-final (2 vs 3) – Edgbaston, Birmingham – (14:30 PM PST)
14 July: Final – Lord’s, London – (14:30 PM PST)

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