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Cricket World Cup - Tournament History

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2019 Cricket World Cup - In England and Wales

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WIKIPEDIA - 2019 Cricket World Cup
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Fixtures
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MAY
Thu 30 May, 21:30 (NZST)
The Oval, London 10:30AM UK
England V South Africa
England won by 104 runs

Fri 31 May 21:30 (NZST)
Trent Bridge, Nottingham 10:30AM UK
West Indies VPakistan
West Indies won by 7 wickets (with 218 balls remaining)

JUNE
Sat 01 June 21:30 (NZST)
Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff 10:30AM UK
New Zealand V Sri Lanka
New Zealand won by 10 wickets (with 203 balls remaining)

Sat 01 June 00:30 (NZST)
Bristol County Ground, Bristol 01:30PM UK
Afghanistan V Australia
Australia won by 7 wickets (with 91 balls remaining)

Sun 02 June 21:30 (NZST)
The Oval, London 10:30AM UK
South Africa V Bangladesh
Bangladesh won by 21 runs

Mon 03 June 21:30 (NZST)
Trent Bridge, Nottingham 10:30AM UK
England V Pakistan
Pakistan won by 14 runs

Tue 04 June 21:30 (NZST)
Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff 10:30AM UK
Afghanistan V Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka won by 34 runs (D/L method)

Wed 05 June 21:30 (NZST)
Hampshire Bowl, Southampton 10:30AM UK
South Africa V India
India won by 6 wickets (with 15 balls remaining)

Wed 05 June 00:30 (NZST)
The Oval, London 01:30PM UK
Bangladesh V New Zealand
New Zealand won by 2 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)

Thu 06 June 21:30 (NZST)
Trent Bridge, Nottingham 10:30AM UK
Australia V West Indies
Australia won by 15 runs

Fri 07 June 21:30 (NZST)
Bristol County Ground, Bristol 10:30AM UK
Pakistan V Sri Lanka
Match abandoned without a ball bowled

Sat 08 June 21:30 (NZST)
Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff 10:30AM UK
England V Bangladesh
England won by 106 runs

Sat 08 June 00:30 (NZST)
County Ground Taunton, Taunton 01:30PM UK
Afghanistan V New Zealand
New Zealand won by 7 wickets (with 107 balls remaining)

Sun 09 June 21:30 (NZST)
The Oval, London 10:30AM UK
India V Australia
India won by 36 runs

Mon 10 June 21:30 (NZST)
Hampshire Bowl, Southampton 10:30AM UK
South Africa V West Indies
No result

Tue 11 June 21:30 (NZST)
Bristol County Ground, Bristol 10:30AM UK
Bangladesh V Sri Lanka
Match abandoned without a ball bowled

Wed 12 June 21:30 (NZST)
County Ground Taunton, Taunton 10:30AM UK
Australia V Pakistan
Australia won by 41 runs

Thu 13 June 21:30 (NZST)
Trent Bridge, Nottingham 10:30AM UK
India V New Zealand
Match abandoned without a ball bowled

Fri 14 June 21:30 (NZST)
Hampshire Bowl, Southampton 10:30AM UK
England V West Indies
England won by 8 wickets (with 101 balls remaining)

Sat 15 June 21:30 (NZST)
The Oval, London 10:30AM UK
Sri Lanka V Australia
Australia won by 87 runs

Sat 15 June 00:30 (NZST)
Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff 01:30PM UK
South Africa V Afghanistan
South Africa won by 9 wickets (with 116 balls remaining) (D/L method)

Sun 16 June 21:30 (NZST)
Old Trafford, Manchester 10:30AM UK
India V Pakistan
India won by 89 runs (D/L method)

Mon 17 June 21:30 (NZST)
County Ground Taunton, Taunton 10:30AM UK
West Indies V Bangladesh
Bangladesh won by 7 wickets (with 51 balls remaining)

Tue 18 June 21:30 (NZST)
Old Trafford, Manchester 10:30AM UK
England V Afghanistan
England won by 150 runs

Wed 19 June 21:30 (NZST)
Edgbaston, Birmingham 10:30AM UK
New Zealand V South Africa
New Zealand won by 4 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)

Thu 20 June 21:30 (NZST)
Trent Bridge, Nottingham 10:30AM UK
Australia V Bangladesh
Australia won by 48 runs

Fri 21 June 21:30 (NZST)
Headingley, Leeds 10:30AM UK
England V Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka won by 20 runs

Sat 22 June 21:30 (NZST)
Hampshire Bowl, Southampton 10:30AM UK
India V Afghanistan
India won by 11 runs

Sat 22 June 00:30 (NZST)
Old Trafford, Manchester 01:30PM UK
West Indies V New Zealand
New Zealand won by 5 runs

Sun 23 June 21:30 (NZST)
Lord's, London 10:30AM UK
Pakistan V South Africa
Pakistan won by 49 runs

Mon 24 June 21:30 (NZST)
Hampshire Bowl, Southampton 10:30AM UK
Bangladesh V Afghanistan
Bangladesh won by 62 runs

Tue 25 June 21:30 (NZST)
Lord's, London 10:30AM UK
England V Australia
Australia won by 64 runs

Wed 26 June 21:30 (NZST)
Edgbaston, Birmingham 10:30AM UK
New Zealand V Pakistan
Pakistan won by 6 wickets (with 5 balls remaining)

Thu 27 June 21:30 (NZST)
Old Trafford, Manchester 10:30AM UK
West Indies V India
India won by 125 runs

Fri 28 June 21:30 (NZST)
The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street 10:30AM UK
Sri Lanka V South Africa
South Africa won by 9 wickets (with 76 balls remaining)

Sat 29 June 21:30 (NZST)
Headingley, Leeds 10:30AM UK
Pakistan V Afghanistan
Pakistan won by 3 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)

Sat 29 June 00:30 (NZST)
Lord's, London 01:30PM UK
New Zealand V Australia
Australia won by 86 runs

Sun 30 June 21:30 (NZST)
Edgbaston, Birmingham 10:30AM UK
England V India
England won by 31 runs

JULY
Mon 01 July 21:30 (NZST)
The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street 10:30AM UK
Sri Lanka V West Indies
Sri Lanka won by 23 runs

Tue 02 July 21:30 (NZST)
Edgbaston, Birmingham 10:30AM UK
Bangladesh V India
India won by 28 runs

Wed 03 July 21:30 (NZST)
The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street 10:30AM UK
England V New Zealand
England won by 119 runs

Thu 04 July 21:30 (NZST)
Headingley, Leeds 10:30AM UK
Afghanistan V West Indies
West Indies won by 23 runs

Fri 05 July 21:30 (NZST)
Lord's, London 10:30AM UK
Pakistan V Bangladesh
Pakistan won by 94 runs

Sat 06 July 21:30 (NZST)
Headingley, Leeds 10:30AM UK
Sri Lanka V India
India won by 7 wickets (with 39 balls remaining)

Sat 06 July 00:30 (NZST)
Old Trafford, Manchester 01:30PM UK
Australia V South Africa
South Africa won by 10 runs


SEMI FINALS
Tue 09 July 21:30 (NZST)
Old Trafford, Manchester 10:30AM UK
1st V 4th
India V New Zealand

Thu 11 July 21:30 (NZST)
Edgbaston, Birmingham 10:30AM UK
2nd V 3rd
Australia V England

FINAL
Sun 14 July 21:30 (NZST)
Lord's, London 10:30AM UK
TBA V TBA

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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 - Fixtures & Results
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GROUP STAGE POINTS

UPDATED - 1/7/2019
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With final games ahead in the Group stage, NZ are NOT certain of a place in the final 4.

NZ play England in their last game, 3 July 2019.
A CRITICAL GAME FOR THE ENTIRE TOURNAMENT!


Key games...
2 July 2019 Bangladesh v India
3 July 2019 England v New Zealand
5 July 2019 Bangladesh v Pakistan
6 July 2019 India v Sri Lanka


If NZ win they end with 13 points and a top 4 place. (England with 10 points may be ELIMINATED, if Pakistan or Bangladesh have 11 points))

If NZ lose, then England end with 12 points, and a place, while NZ end with 11 points, but so too may Pakistan, Bangladesh have 11 points, and places will be determined by NRR (net run rate).
(I am assuming India will by then have a win against Bangladesh or Sri lanka (probably both) and so have 13 or 15 points and Australia will have 14 or 16 points)

So either NZ or England (or both) COULD be eliminated in favor of Bangladesh and Pakistan....

(Of course any abandoned game or draw takes the MATH to a more complicated level) :doh

Funny old game... cricket!

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I have not been staying up to watch games... but seen a bit of it.

NZ seem to be up to their old tricks... snatching defeat from the jaws of victory!! :doh
TAYLOR.. being congratulated on "personal milestones" while doing it so SLOW that he he is NOT an asset to the team :roll

Australia, on the other hand look good... deserve top place (along with India)

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UPDATE - 3/7/2019

India Beat Bangladesh as expected, and join Australia as "qualified", leaving three contenders still vying for the other 2 places :)
Both Qualified, but top place India or Australia deepens on mast games.

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NZ are living up to their reputation of being "Chokers" at WC Cricket

Hopeless bunch... faced with a target around 300, requiring batsmen SR around 100%.... they FAILED!!

The NZ team RR was 4.13 (all out in 45 overs)...(England was 6.1 over 50 overs)... and that crap scoring rate COULD see NZ eliminated if Pakistan win their game and match NZ's 11 points... it will come down to best NRR

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Despite the Mathematical CHANCE of Pakistan qualifying at the expense of NZ...

It seems VERY unlikely.. :roll

EVEN IF Pakistan beat Bangladesh to match NZ on 11 points.....
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The Men in Green will have to either make 400 runs and dismiss Bangladesh for 84 runs or make 350 runs and dismiss the tigers for 38 runs to go ahead of New Zealand in the net run rate and qualify for the semi-finals.

If Bangladesh bats first, Pakistan stands no chance of qualifying for the semi-final.
https://cricketpakistan.com.pk/en/news/ ... emi-finals

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Qualifying places are settled....

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2019 Cricket World Cup knockout stage

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The knockout stage will see two semi-finals, with the winners of each progressing to the final at Lord's. The first semi-final will be held at Old Trafford in Manchester and the second semi-final will be held at Edgbaston in Birmingham just as they did back in 1999, with all of the knockout games having a reserve day. Australia became the first team to qualify for the semi-finals, after beating England at Lord's.


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I do NOT see any mention of a "play off game" for 3rd and 4th place.

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1st Semi-final, ICC Cricket World Cup at Manchester, Jul 9 2019
New Zealand V India


https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/803 ... d-cup-2019

New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat


RAIN DELAY!! NZ 211/5 * (46.1/50 ov)

There is a "Reserve Day" for Semifinal games....

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LRPL Taylor (not out) 67/85. SR 78.82
I see TAYLOR is still in, batting about a THIRD of the balls available to the entire team... he has a SR of 78.82 :roll
That sort of batting rate would see a team score 236 runs in 50 overs. A LOSING SCORE in a typical modern game.

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PLAY IS SUSPENDED! There we go, it's all over for tonight, but very much not all over for this crucial semi-final. New Zealand will resume where this innings left off, on 211 for 5 with 23 balls of their innings still to come. It's advantage India... but who knows what might yet pan out. Play will resume at 10.30am

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Reserve Day
Weather did not look much better as the day dawned... but looks ok(ish) now and play will RESUME on time at 10:30 AM
RESUME - New Zealand 211/5 * (46.1/50 ov)
Taylor Run out.. what a surprise :roll
74 runs off 90 balls.(SR 82.22) is in effect = 16 balls (almost 3 overs) with no score (dots)

Innings break
New Zealand 239/8 (50 ov) RR 4.78 (Hopeless)



Target for India 240
Required RR 4.8

India lost 3 quick wickets for just 3 runs! :doh
So the two current batsmen going VERY slow. Karthik has faced 18 balls and yet to get off the mark.


New Zealand won by 18 runs :eek

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2nd Semi-final, ICC Cricket World Cup at Birmingham, Jul 11 2019
Australia V England


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Australia won the toss and elected to bat

2nd Semi-final, ICC Cricket World Cup at Birmingham, Jul 11 2019

Australia 223/10 (49/50 ov) RR 4.55

Target for England 224 (Req RR 4.48)

INNINGS BREAK


England 226/2 (32.1/50 ov, target 224)

England won by 8 wickets (with 107 balls remaining)

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Final New Zealand V England

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14/07 - 09:30 PM NZST
Final, ICC Cricket World Cup at Lord's, Jul 14 2019

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New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat


New Zealand 241/8
England 241 (50 ov, target 242)

Match tied

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We will have a Super Over to decide the winner of the 2019 World Cup final.

Super over
  • Weather permitting, the Super Over will commence 10 minutes after the main match. Each team bats one over under the same restrictions as for the final over in a pool match.
  • The team batting second in the main match will bat first in the Super Over.
  • Each side has three nominated batsmen, meaning that the loss of two wickets ends the Super Over.
  • In the event of the scores being level in the Super Over, the first satisfied of the following criteria will determine the winner:
  • If the regular match utilised the Duckworth–Lewis method, criterion 4 immediately applies.
  • The team with the most number of boundaries combined from the main match and the Super Over is the winner.
  • The team with the most number of boundaries from the main match (that is, not including the Super Over) is the winner.
  • A count-back from the final ball of the Super Over shall be conducted. The team with the higher scoring delivery is the winner. Runs scored from illegal deliveries count towards the total for the following legal delivery.


ENG: 15/0 NZ Target is 16

NZ needed 2 off last ball (Guptil facing)... they got 1 and Guptil run out attempting the second.

So scores TIED again at end of Super Over (15 all)
England win because they hit more boundaries in the match.


ENGLAND WIN THE 2019 CRICKET WORLD CUP

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