Cricket World Cup: Schedule| Winners| Cricket World Cup 2023

ICC Cricket World Cup is the international championship of One Day International (ODI) cricket. This event is organized by the governing body of the game, by the International Cricket Council (ICC), with the initial qualification round in every four years till the final tournament. This tournament is one of the world’s most watched sports competitions and it is considered by ICC as the “main event of the International Cricket Calendar”. Today we will discuss about Cricket World Cup: Schedule| Winners| Cricket World Cup 2023

Cricket World Cup: Schedule| Winners| Cricket World Cup 2023

AdministratorInternational Cricket Council (ICC)
FormatOne Day International
First edition1975 (England)
Latest edition2015 (Australia, New Zealand)
Next edition2023 (India)
Tournament format↓various
Number of teams20 (all tournaments)
14 (until 2015)
10 (current)
Current champion Australia (5th title)
Most successful Australia (5 titles)
Most runsIndia Sachin Tendulkar(2,278)
Most wicketsAustralia Glenn McGrath(71)

Schedule

MAY 2019

England win by 104 runs

(YOUR TIME)
ENGLAND311/8 Ov: 50/50
SOUTH AFRICA207 Ov: 39.5/50

The Oval, London  

CWC19: Eng v SA – Full match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
West Indies win by 7 wickets

(YOUR TIME)
WEST INDIES108/3 Ov: 13.4/50
PAKISTAN105 Ov: 21.4/50

Trent Bridge, Nottingham  

CWC19: WI v Pak – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE

JUNE 2019

New Zealand win by 10 wickets

(YOUR TIME)
NEW ZEALAND137/0 Ov: 16.1/50
SRI LANKA136 Ov: 29.2/50

Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff  

CWC19: NZ v SL – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Australia win by 7 wickets

(YOUR TIME)
AFGHANISTAN207 Ov: 38.2/50
AUSTRALIA209/3 Ov: 34.5/50

Bristol County Ground, Bristol  

CWC19: AFG v AUS – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Bangladesh win by 21 runs

(YOUR TIME)
SOUTH AFRICA309/8 Ov: 50/50
BANGLADESH330/6 Ov: 50/50

The Oval, London  

CWC19: SA v BAN – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Pakistan win by 14 runs

(YOUR TIME)
ENGLAND334/9 Ov: 50/50
PAKISTAN348/8 Ov: 50/50

Trent Bridge, Nottingham  

CWC19: Eng v Pak – Match Highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Sri Lanka win by 34 runs (DLS Method)

(YOUR TIME)
AFGHANISTAN152 Ov: 32.4/41
SRI LANKA201 Ov: 36.5/41

Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff  

CWC19: AFG v SL – Match Highlights

MATCH CENTRE
India win by 6 wickets

(YOUR TIME)
SOUTH AFRICA227/9 Ov: 50/50
INDIA230/4 Ov: 47.3/50

Hampshire Bowl, Southampton  

CWC19: SA v IND – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
New Zealand win by 2 wickets

(YOUR TIME)
BANGLADESH244 Ov: 49.2/50
NEW ZEALAND248/8 Ov: 47.1/50

The Oval, London  

CWC19: BAN v NZ – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Australia win by 15 runs

(YOUR TIME)
AUSTRALIA288 Ov: 49/50
WEST INDIES273/9 Ov: 50/50

Trent Bridge, Nottingham  

CWC19: AUS v WI – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Match abandoned without a ball bowled

(YOUR TIME)
PAKISTAN0/0
SRI LANKA0/0

Bristol County Ground, Bristol  

MATCH CENTRE
England win by 106 runs

(YOUR TIME)
ENGLAND386/6 Ov: 50/50
BANGLADESH280 Ov: 48.5/50

Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff  

CWC19: ENG v BAN – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
New Zealand win by 7 wickets

(YOUR TIME)
AFGHANISTAN172 Ov: 41.1/50
NEW ZEALAND173/3 Ov: 32.1/50

County Ground Taunton, Taunton  

CWC19: AFG v NZ – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
India win by 36 runs

(YOUR TIME)
INDIA352/5 Ov: 50/50
AUSTRALIA316 Ov: 50/50

The Oval, London  

CWC19: IND v AUS – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
No result

(YOUR TIME)
SOUTH AFRICA29/2 Ov: 7.3/50
WEST INDIES

Hampshire Bowl, Southampton  

CWC19: SA v WI – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Match abandoned without a ball bowled

(YOUR TIME)
BANGLADESH0/0
SRI LANKA0/0

Bristol County Ground, Bristol  

MATCH CENTRE
Australia win by 41 runs

(YOUR TIME)
AUSTRALIA307 Ov: 49/50
PAKISTAN266 Ov: 45.4/50

County Ground Taunton, Taunton  

CWC19: AUS v PAK – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Match abandoned without a ball bowled

(YOUR TIME)
INDIA0/0
NEW ZEALAND0/0

Trent Bridge, Nottingham  

MATCH CENTRE
England win by 8 wickets

(YOUR TIME)
ENGLAND213/2 Ov: 33.1/50
WEST INDIES212 Ov: 44.4/50

Hampshire Bowl, Southampton  

CWC19: ENG v WI – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Australia win by 87 runs

(YOUR TIME)
SRI LANKA247 Ov: 45.5/50
AUSTRALIA334/7 Ov: 50/50

The Oval, London  

CWC19: SL v AUS – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
South Africa win by 9 wickets

(YOUR TIME)
SOUTH AFRICA131/1 Ov: 28.4/48
AFGHANISTAN125 Ov: 34.1/48

Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff  

CWC19: SA v AFG – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
India win by 89 runs (DLS Method)

(YOUR TIME)
INDIA336/5 Ov: 50/50
PAKISTAN212/6 Ov: 40/40

Old Trafford, Manchester  

CWC19: IND v PAK – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Bangladesh win by 7 wickets

(YOUR TIME)
WEST INDIES321/8 Ov: 50/50
BANGLADESH322/3 Ov: 41.3/50

County Ground Taunton, Taunton  

CWC19: WI v BAN – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
England win by 150 runs

(YOUR TIME)
ENGLAND397/6 Ov: 50/50
AFGHANISTAN247/8 Ov: 50/50

Old Trafford, Manchester  

CWC19: ENG v AFG – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
New Zealand win by 4 wickets

(YOUR TIME)
NEW ZEALAND245/6 Ov: 48.3/49
SOUTH AFRICA241/6 Ov: 49/49

Edgbaston, Birmingham  

CWC19: NZ v SA – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Australia win by 48 runs

(YOUR TIME)
AUSTRALIA381/5 Ov: 50/50
BANGLADESH333/8 Ov: 50/50

Trent Bridge, Nottingham  

CWC19: AUS v BAN – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Sri Lanka win by 20 runs

(YOUR TIME)
ENGLAND212 Ov: 47/50
SRI LANKA232/9 Ov: 50/50

Headingley, Leeds  

CWC19: ENG v SL – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
India win by 11 runs

(YOUR TIME)
INDIA224/8 Ov: 50/50
AFGHANISTAN213 Ov: 49.5/50

Hampshire Bowl, Southampton  

CWC19: IND v AFG – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
New Zealand win by 5 runs

(YOUR TIME)
WEST INDIES285 Ov: 49/50
NEW ZEALAND291/8 Ov: 50/50

Old Trafford, Manchester  

CWC19: WI v NZ – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Pakistan win by 49 runs

(YOUR TIME)
PAKISTAN308/7 Ov: 50/50
SOUTH AFRICA259/9 Ov: 50/50

Lord’s, London  

CWC19: PAK v SA – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Bangladesh win by 62 runs

(YOUR TIME)
BANGLADESH262/7 Ov: 50/50
AFGHANISTAN200 Ov: 47/50

Hampshire Bowl, Southampton  

CWC19: BAN v AFG – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Australia win by 64 runs

(YOUR TIME)
ENGLAND221 Ov: 44.4/50
AUSTRALIA285/7 Ov: 50/50

Lord’s, London  

CWC19: ENG v AUS – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
Pakistan win by 6 wickets

(YOUR TIME)
NEW ZEALAND237/6 Ov: 50/50
PAKISTAN241/4 Ov: 49.1/50

Edgbaston, Birmingham  

CWC19: NZ v PAK – Match highlights

MATCH CENTRE
India win by 125 runs

(YOUR TIME)
WEST INDIES143 Ov: 34.2/50
INDIA268/7 Ov: 50/50

Old Trafford, Manchester  

MATCH CENTRE

(YOUR TIME)

SRI LANKA SOUTH AFRICA

The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street 

(YOUR TIME)

PAKISTAN AFGHANISTAN

Headingley, Leeds  

(YOUR TIME)

NEW ZEALAND AUSTRALIA

Lord’s, London  

(YOUR TIME)

ENGLAND INDIA

Edgbaston, Birmingham  

JULY 2019

(YOUR TIME)

SRI LANKA WEST INDIES

The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street 

(YOUR TIME)

BANGLADESH INDIA

Edgbaston, Birmingham  

(YOUR TIME)

ENGLAND NEW ZEALAND

The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street 

(YOUR TIME)

AFGHANISTAN WEST INDIES

Headingley, Leeds  

(YOUR TIME)

PAKISTAN BANGLADESH

Lord’s, London  

(YOUR TIME)

SRI LANKA INDIA

Headingley, Leeds  

(YOUR TIME)

AUSTRALIA SOUTH AFRICA

Old Trafford, Manchester  

SEMI-FINAL

(YOUR TIME)

1STV4TH

Old Trafford, Manchester  
MATCH CENTRE

SEMI-FINAL

(YOUR TIME)

2NDV3RD

Edgbaston, Birmingham  

FINAL

(YOUR TIME)

TBCVTBC

Lord’s, London  

Cricket World Cup: Schedule| Winners| Cricket World Cup 2023

Cricket World Cup, the international cricket championship held at a gap of four years, which is the main event in one-day cricket and is one of the most watched sports competitions in the world.

  • In 1975, the first Cricket World Cup was fought in England as a series of one-day matches of 60 overs per match.
  • It was held for the first time in 1987, outside of England, India and Pakistan.
  • The number of over-overs in the 1987 competition also decreased to 50.

In 2007 Australia became the first team to win three consecutive World Cup tournaments.

Cricket World Cup
yearwinnerscorerunner-upscoreresult
1975West Indies291–8Australia274West Indies won by 17 runs
1979West Indies286–9England194West Indies won by 92 runs
1983India183West Indies140India won by 43 runs
1987Australia253–5England246–8Australia won by 7 runs
1992Pakistan249–6England227Pakistan won by 22 runs
1996Sri Lanka245–3Australia241Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets
1999Australia133–2Pakistan132Australia won by 8 wickets
2003Australia359–2India234Australia won by 125 runs
2007Australia281–4Sri Lanka215–8Australia won by 53 runs
2011India277–4Sri Lanka274–6India won by 6 wickets
2015Australia186–3New Zealand183Australia won by 7 wickets

Cricket World Cup 2023

2023 Cricket World Cup (officially ICC Cricket World Cup 2023) will be the 13th edition of the Cricket World Cup, which will be held by India from 9 February to 26 March 2023. This will be the first time that the competition is fully organized in India. The last three editions were partially hosted there – 1987, 1996 and 2011.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023
Dates9 February–26 March 2023
Administrator(s)International Cricket Council
Cricket formatOne Day International
Tournament format(s)Round-robin and Knockout
Host(s) India
Participants10

Qualification

With the previous version, there will be ten teams in the tournament.

The main route for qualification will be the 2020-22 ICC Cricket World Cup Super League Tournament.

For the World Cup, the top seven parties and hosts (India) of thirteen contestants in the league will qualify automatically.

The remaining five teams, along with five associate parties, will play in the 2022 Cricket World Cup qualifiers, out of which two sides will go through the final tournament.

Cricket world cup 2019 teams

There are ten teams playing in the Cricket World Cup this year:

  • England
  • Australia
  • Bangladesh
  • India
  • New Zealand
  • Pakistan
  • South Africa
  • Sri Lanka
  • Afghanistan
  • West Indies

Cricket World Cup  points table 

The 12th edition of the cricket World Cup will be hosted by England and Wales from May 30 to July 14 2019.

  1. As per the tournament format, all teams will play a total of nine league matches, against each opposition.
  2. At the end of the league stages, four teams will progress to the knockouts or semis based on the world cup points table.
  3. The ICC world cup 2019 points table will be decided on the basis of the teams which have the most points in descending order.
  4. Teams will be given two points for a win, one point for a tie/NR (except the semi-finals and final which will be decided by a super over in case of a tie), and no points for a loss.
  5. The top four teams in the ICC world cup points table by the end of the group stages will then take part in the semi-final, with the winners playing the final.

Here is how the cricket world cup points table currently stands –

Cricket World Cup Points Table – Group Stage

POSTEAMPLAYEDWONLOSTTIEDN/RNET RRPOINTS
1
Australia

AUSTRALIA
76100+0.90612
2
India

INDIA
65001+1.16011
3
New Zealand

NEW ZEALAND
75101+1.02811
4
England

ENGLAND
74300+1.0518
5
Bangladesh

BANGLADESH
73301-0.1337
6
Pakistan

PAKISTAN
73301-0.9767
7
Sri Lanka

SRI LANKA
62202-1.1196
8
West Indies

WEST INDIES
71501-0.3203
9
South Africa

SOUTH AFRICA
71501-0.3243
10
Afghanistan

AFGHANISTAN
70700-1.6340

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