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CWC19-Highlights
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Pakistan vs Bangladesh – 43th Match Highlights

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Afghanistan vs West Indies – 42nd Match Highlights

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England vs New Zealand – 41st Match Highlights

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Bangladesh vs India – 40th Match Highlights

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Sri Lanka vs Windies – 39th Match Highlights

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England vs India – 38th Match Highlights

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Australia vs New Zealand – 37th Match Highlights

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Pakistan vs Afghanistan – 36th Match Highlights

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Sri Lanka vs South Africa – 35th Match Highlights

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West Indies vs India – 34th Match Highlights

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New Zealand vs Pakistan | 33rd Match Highlights

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Australia vs England – 32nd Match Highlights

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Bangladesh vs Afganistan – 31st Match Highlights

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Pakistan vs South Africa – 30th Match Highlights

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West Indies vs New Zealand – 29th Match Highlights

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India vs Afghanistan – 28th Match Highlights

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England vs Sri Lanka – 27th Match Highlights

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Australia vs Bangladesh | 26th Match Highlights

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There are no groups in the 2019 World Cup. The 10 teams participating will play against each other. A total of 48 matches will be played in the one and a half month long World Cup. Meanwhile, 45 games will be played in the group stage. Due to the lengthy group stage, the knockout stage game is less. The semifinal and final-three matches will be scheduled for the next World Cup in the next four years.

Bangladesh will play the first match of the 2019 World Cup 02 June, against South Africa. The next 5 June, against New Zealand at the same venue. It is the only day-night match of Bangladesh in the preliminary match. On June 8, Poya Venue will play Bangladesh in Cardiff against England.

Sri Lanka, Bangladesh’s opponent in Bristol on June 11. Bangladesh will play against West Indies at Tonto on June 17. After playing with Australia in Trent Bridge on June 20, Bangladesh will be play with Afghanistan on 24 June in Southampton. Nearly the end of the preliminary phase of the sub-continent’s two rivals, India-Pakistan, is getting Bangladesh. Bangladesh will fight against India in Birmingham on 2 July. Bangladesh is going to play limited overs cricket for the first time at Lord’s.

The first semi-final on July 9, the second semi-final on July 11. The final will be held on 14th July at Lord’s.

The full schedule of the Cricket World Cup 2019:

DateBangladesh TimeMatchVenue
30 May03:30 PMEngland – South AfricaOval
31 May03:30 PMWindies – PakistanNottingham
01 June03:30 PMNew Zealand – Sri LankaCardiff (D/N)
01 June06:30 PMAfghanistan – AustraliaBristol
02 June03:30 PMBangladesh – South AfricaOval
03 June03:30 PMEngland – PakistanNottingham
04 June03:30 PMAfghanistan – Sri LankaCardiff
05 June03:30 PMIndia – South AfricaSouthampton
05 June06:30 PMBangladesh – New ZealandOval (D/N)
06 June03:30 PMAustralia – WindiesNottingham
07 June03:30 PMPakistan – Sri LankaBristol
08 June03:30 PMBangladesh – EnglandCardiff
08 June06:30 PMAfghanistan – New ZealandTaunton (D/N)
09 June03:30 PMIndia – AustraliaOval
10 June03:30 PMSouth Africa – WindiesSouthampton
11 June03:30 PMBangladesh – Sri LankaBristol
12 June03:30 PMAustralia – PakistanTaunton
13 June03:30 PMIndia – New ZealandNottingham
14 June03:30 PMEngland – WindiesSouthampton
15 June03:30 PMSouth Africa – AfghanistanCardiff (D/N)
16 June03:30 PMIndia – PakistanOld Trafford
17 June03:30 PMBangladesh – WindiesTaunton
18 June03:30 PMEngland – AfghanistanOld Trafford
19 June03:30 PMNew Zealand – South AfricaEdgbaston
20 June03:30 PMBangladesh – AustraliaNottingham
21 June03:30 PMEngland – Sri LankaHeadingley
22 June03:30 PMIndia – AfghanistanSouthampton
22 June06:30 PMWindies – New ZealandOld Trafford (D/N)
23 June03:30 PMPakistan – South AfricaLord’s
24 June03:30 PMBangladesh – AfghanistanSouthampton
25 June03:30 PMEngland – AustraliaLord’s
26 June03:30 PMNew Zealand – PakistanEdgbaston
27 June03:30 PMWindies – IndiaOld Trafford
28 June03:30 PMSri Lanka – South AfricaDurham
29 June

29 June
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03:30 PM
New Zealand – Australia

Pakistan – Afghanistan
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30 June03:30 PMIndia – EnglandEdgbaston
01 July03:30 PMSri Lanka – WindiesDurham
02 July03:30 PMBangladesh – IndiaEdgbaston
03 July03:30 PMEngland – New ZealandDurham
04 July03:30 PMAfghanistan – WindiesHeadingley
05 July06:30 PMBangladesh – PakistanLord’s
06 July03:30 PMSri Lanka – IndiaHeadingley
06 July03:30 PMAustralia – South AfricaOld Trafford (D/N)
09 July03:30 PMFirst Semi Final (1-4)Old Trafford
10 July03:30 PMReserve DayOld Trafford
11 July03:30 PMSecond Semi Final (2-3)Edgbaston
12 July03:30 PMReserve DayEdgbaston
14 July03:30 PMFinalLord’s
15 July03:30 PMReserve DayLord’s

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