2019 ICC Cricket World Cup

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  1. rhugh89

    rhugh89 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    The format has been changed so the teams are not split into groups

    Instead each of the 10 teams will play each other once with the top qualifying for the Semi Finals

    This will be the first WC with no Associate Members of the ICC

    FIXTURES


    May 30: England vs South Africa - The Oval
    May 31: Pakistan vs West Indies - Nottingham
    June 1: New Zealand vs Sri Lanka - Cardiff
    June 1: Australia vs Afghanistan - Bristol (day/night)
    June 2 : South Africa vs Bangladesh - The Oval
    June 3: England vs Pakistan - Nottingham
    June 4: Sri Lanka vs Afghanistan - Cardiff
    June 5: India vs South Africa - Southampton
    June 5: New Zealand vs Bangladesh - The Oval (day/night)
    June 6: Australia vs West Indies - Nottingham
    June 7: Sri Lanka vs Pakistan - Bristol
    June 8: England vs Bangladesh - Cardiff
    June 8: New Zealand vs Afghanistan - Taunton (day/night)
    June 9: Australia vs India - The Oval
    June 10: South Africa vs West Indies - Southampton
    June 11: Sri Lanka vs Bangladesh - Bristol
    June 12: Australia vs Pakistan - Taunton
    June 13: India vs New Zealand - Nottingham
    June 14: England vs West Indies - Southampton
    June 15: Australia vs Sri Lanka - The Oval
    June 15: South Africa vs Afghanistan - Cardiff (day/night)
    June 16: India vs Pakistan - Manchester
    June 17: Bangladesh vs West Indies - Taunton
    June 18: England vs Afghanistan - Manchester
    June 19: New Zealand vs South Africa - Birmingham
    June 20: Australia vs Bangladesh - Nottingham
    June 21: England vs Sri Lanka - Leeds
    June 22: India vs Afghanistan - Southampton
    June 22: New Zealand vs West Indies - Manchester (day/night)
    June 23: Pakistan vs South Africa - Lord's
    June 24: Afghanistan vs Bangladesh - Southampton
    June 25: England vs Australia - Lord's
    June 26: Pakistan vs New Zealand - Birmingham
    June 27: India vs West Indies - Manchester
    June 28: Sri Lanka vs South Africa - Chester-le-Street
    June 29: Pakistan vs Afghanistan - Leeds
    June 29: Australia vs New Zealand - Lord's (day/night)
    June 30: England vs India - Birmingham
    July 1: Sri Lanka vs West Indies - Chester-le-Street
    July 2: India vs Bangladesh - Birmingham
    July 3: England vs New Zealand - Chester-le-Street
    July 4: West Indies vs Afghanistan - Leeds
    July 5: Pakistan vs Bangladesh - Lord's
    July 6: Sri Lanka vs India - Leeds
    July 6: Australia vs South Africa - Manchester (day/night)

    July 9: Semi-final 1 - Manchester
    July 11 - Semi-final 2 - Birmingham

    July 14 - Final - Lord's

    *Semi-finals and final have a reserve day

    SQUADS

    Afghanistan - TBA

    Australia - TBA

    Bangladesh - TBA

    England - TBA

    India - TBA

    New Zealand -TBA

    Pakistan - TBA

    South Africa - TBA

    Sri Lanka - TBA

    West Indies - TBA

    ICC ODI TEAM RANKINGS

    1. England
    2. India
    3. South Africa
    4. New Zealand
    5. Australia
    6. Pakistan
    7. Bangladesh
    8. Sri Lanka
    9. West Indies
    10. Afghanistan
    11. Zimbabwe
    12. Ireland

    ICC ODI BATSMEN RANKINGS

    1. Virat Kohli (IND)
    2. AB de Villiers (SAF)
    3. David Warner (AUS)
    4. Joe Root (ENG)
    5. Babar Azam (PAK)
    6. Rohit Sharma (IND)
    7. Ross Taylor (NZ)
    8. Quinton de Kock (SAF)
    9. Faf du Plessis (SAF)
    10. Kane Williamson (NZ)

    ICC ODI BOWLERS RANKINGS

    1. Jasprit Bumrah (IND)
    2. Rashid Khan (AFG)
    3. Josh Hazlewood (AUS)
    4. Hasan Ali (PAK)
    5. Trent Boult (NZ)
    6. Imran Tahir (SAF)
    7. Kagiso Rabada (SAF)
    8. Chris Woakes (ENG)
    9. Yuzvendra Chahal (IND)
    10. Mitchell Starc (AUS)

    ICC ODI ALL ROUNDER RANKINGS

    1. Shakib Al Hasan (BAN)
    2. Mohammad Hafeez (PAK)
    3. Mohammad Nabi (AFG)
    4. Mitchell Santner (NZ)
    5. Chris Woakes (ENG)
    6. Angelo Matthews (SL)
    7. Rashid Khan (AFG)
    8. Jason Holder (WI)
    9. Moeen Ali (ENG)
    10. Ben Stokes (ENG)

    * Rankings correct as of 3/5/2018 and are subject to change

    PAST WINNERS

    1975 - West Indies
    1979 - West Indies
    1983 - India
    1987 - Australia
    1992 - Pakistan
    1996 - Sri Lanka
    1999 - Australia
    2003 - Australia
    2007 - Australia
    2011 - India
    2015 - Australia

    WORLD CUP TEAM RECORDS

    Highest Total - 6/417 (Australia in 2015 vs Afghanistan)
    Lowest Total - 10/36 (Canada in 2003 vs Sri Lanka)
    Most Matches Won - 62 (Australia from 1975-2015)
    Most Matches Lost - 35 (Sri Lanka from 1975-2015)
    Most World Cups Won - 5 (Australia in 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015)

    WORLD CUP BATTING RECORDS

    Most Runs - 2,278 (Sachin Tendulkar)
    Most Runs In a Tournament - 673 (Sachin Tendulkar in 2003)
    Highest Score - 237 (Martin Guptill in 2015)
    Most Half Centuries - 21 (Sachin Tendulkar)
    Most Centuries - 6 (Sachin Tendulkar)
    Highest Partnership - 372 (Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuels in 2015 vs Zimbabwe)

    WORLD CUP BOWLING RECORDS

    Most Wickets Overall - 71 (Glenn McGrath)
    Most Wickets In a Tournament - 26 (Glenn McGrath in 2007)
    Best Bowling Figures in an Innings - 7/15 (Glenn McGrath in 2003)

    WORLD CUP WICKET-KEEPER RECORDS

    Most Dismissals - 54 (Kumar Sangakkara)
    Most Dismissals In a Tournament - 21 (Adam Gilchrist in 2003)

    WORLD CUP FIELDING RECORDS

    Most Catches - 28 (Ricky Ponting)
    Most Catches In a Tournament - 11 (Ricky Ponting in 2003)

    OTHER WORLD CUP RECORDS

    Most Matches by a Player - 46 (Ricky Ponting)
    Most Matches as Captain - 29 (Ricky Ponting)
     
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    member 2299 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus

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    Bloody gloomy wet England.

    Hopefully better result than Champions Trophy two washed out and one Duckworth Lewis loss.
     
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    Really hope Afghanistan can knock off one or two sides.
     
  4. rhugh89

    rhugh89 Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    New Team Rankings are out, First post updated

    England go to the top, India down to number 2 and SA down to 3

    All other teams remain the same

    Player Rankings haven't been updated as yet so everything stays the same there
     
  5. Billy

    Billy Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus

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    They'll make a fortune out of that.
    A game every day for 6 weeks - all big matchups of the best teams - all big venues.
    They'll make hundreds of millions in TV rights alone across those 10 countries, and it won't surprize me if 100k sports tourists travel from around the world.
     

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