The 2019 Cricket World Cup will be played in England from May 30 till July 14. The six-week long cricket extravaganza will have a different format this season, after the ICC reduced the participating side to 10, with eight teams qualifying directly while two through a World Cup qualifier. For the 2019 World Cup, West Indies and Afghanistan finished in the top two spots in qualifiers, joining the remaining eight teams for the showdown in England.
There are 11 venues where the matches will be held throughout England and Wales: Bristol, Chester-le-Street, Headingley, Lord's, the Oval, Edgbaston, Old Trafford, Sophia Gardens, Trent Bridge, the Rose Bowl and Taunton.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 fixtures
Afghanistan 2019 Cricket World Cup schedule
Australia 2019 Cricket World Cup schedule
Bangladesh 2019 Cricket World Cup schedule
England 2019 Cricket World Cup schedule
India 2019 Cricket World Cup schedule
New Zealand 2019 Cricket World Cup schedule
Pakistan 2019 Cricket World Cup schedule
South Africa 2019 Cricket World Cup schedule
Sri Lanka 2019 Cricket World Cup schedule
West Indies 2019 Cricket World Cup schedule
2019 Cricket World Cup Finals
Semi Final 1, July 9: TBD vs TBD
Semi Final 2, July 11: TBD vs TBD
Final, July 14: TBD vs TBD
Who won the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup?
Australia and New Zealand played in the 2015 World Cup final where Australia beat New Zealand by 7 Wickets - their fifth tournament win since 1987.
Who are the previous ICC Cricket World Cup winners?
International cricket championship ICC held at four-year intervals one of the most watched sports events in the world. Australia won by beating New Zealand in 2015 with seven wickets.
World Cup 1975 - West Indies beat Australia by 17 runs
World Cup 1979 - West Indies beat England by 92 runs
World Cup 1983 - India beat West Indies by 43 runs
World Cup 1987 - Australia beat England by seven runs
World Cup 1992 - Pakistan beat England by 22 runs
World Cup 1996 - Sri Lanka beat Australia by seven wickets
World Cup 1999 - Australia beat Pakistan by eight wickets
World Cup 2003 - Australia beat India by 125 runs
World Cup 2007 - Australia beat Sri Lanka by 53 runs (DL method)
World Cup 2011 - India beat Sri Lanka by six wickets
World Cup 2015 - Australia beat New Zealand by seven wickets