Cricket World Cup 2019 is the twelfth version of Cricket World Cup (CWC) which is booked from May, 30 to 14 July, 2019.
10 groups would playing the current year’s World Cup. The main eight groups according to ICC Ranking qualify consequently year and a half preceding the occasion. The staying two groups qualify through the Cricket World Cup Qualifier round which is played in the year preceding Cricket World Cup occasion.
Cricket World Cup (CWC) is played after every four years. Previously, in CWC 2011 and 2015 total 14 teams featured in the tournament, but ICC has reduced the number of teams to 10 for this year CWC. Have a look at the list of teams that would compete in this year’s World Cup.
Britain and Wales would have the current year’s Cricket World Cup 2019 which would commence from May, 30 to July, 14.
It is the fifth time that England and Wales is facilitating the Grand occasion following 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1999 World Cups. Britain and Wales has been granted the rights to have Cricket World Cup 2019 in April, 2006 as consequence of pulling out from the offering to have Cricket World Cup 2015 which was played in Australia and New Zealand.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Venues
The Cricket World Cup 2019 Schedule along venues has been announced on 26 April 2018 by ICC. The first match will be played on 30 May in Oval between the host England vs South Africa. Semi-Finals would be played on 9th July in Old Trafford, Manchester and 11th July in Edgbaston, Birmingham. The Cricket World Cup 2019 Final would be played on 14th July in Lords, London.
List of venues for Cricket World Cup 2019
All out 48 matches would be played in a range of 45 days on 11 scenes in 10 urban communities of England and Wales. The Oval cricket ground would have the opener match of CWC19, Old Trafford and Edgbaston in Birmingham would have the Semi-Finals and Lords ground to arrange the Final of CWC19.
Old Trafford would be the host of greatest six matches of World Cup 2019, while Edgbaston, Hampshire, Lords, The Oval and Trent Bridge would organize five matches each. The scenes of cricket world glass 2019 with limit subtleties are talked about beneath.
Warwickshire is the district group of Edgbaston arena. Edgbaston limit with respect to observers is 25,000. It is the fourth biggest ground in England. Edgbaston would have five matches including the semi-last of Cricket world container 2019.
Bristol Country Ground, Bristol
Bristol County Ground is otherwise called Nevil Road. It is the home to Gloucestershire County Cricket Club. This ground is favored with world-class media focus and meeting offices. Initial One Day International on this ground was played in 1983. The complete limit of this ground is 17,500. Three world glass matches would be played on this setting.
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Sophia Gardens is situated in the city of Cardiff, Wales. It is formally recorded as Test matches scene and home to Glamorgan area club. The principal test coordinate was facilitated on this ground in 2009, while initial one day global was played in 1999 which was a 1999 World container coordinate. Sophia Gardens limit is 15,643 and a sum of four matches would be played on this ground in the current year’s Cricket world glass 2019.
Riverside Ground, Chester Le Sreet
Riverside Ground is situated in Chester Le Street, County Durham England. It was set up in 1995. This ground was opened in 1999 World glass and facilitated two world container matches. Its ability is 20,000 and three world glass matches would be played on this ground.
Headingley cricket ground is the home to Yorkshire county club. It is one of the oldest ground and has hosted test matches since 1899. Its capacity is 18,350 and a total of four matches would be played on this ground in the upcoming cricket world cup 2019.
The Lords cricket ground is named after its originator James Lords. It’s an eighteenth century cricket ground. It is arranged in St. Johns wood London. It is likewise called as Home of the Cricket. Middlesex is the region club of Lords. Rulers has facilitated the first historically speaking test coordinate in 1884. It can suit around 28,000 observers. Masters praised its two hundredth commemoration in 2014. Aggregate of five matches including World glass 2019 Final would be played on this ground.
The Oval, London
The Oval cricket ground is an international venue located in south London. It is the home to Surrey county cricket club. This ground was established in 1845 which means this ground is 174 years old ground. This ground has the privilege of hosting the first international Test match in England in September 1885. It has a capacity of 25,500 spectators and five contests of the CWC19 would be played here including the mouth-watering contest of Australia vs India.
Old Trafford, Manchester
Old Trafford cricket ground is otherwise called Emirates Old Trafford because of sponsorship responsibilities. It is built up in 1857 in Greater Manchester, England and has a limit with respect to 26,000 observers. It is home to Lancashire nation cricket club since 1864. This setting is chosen for one of the Semi-Final of up and coming World Cup 2019, alongside semi-last five other gathering matches would be challenged on this ground.
Trent Bridge cricket ground is located in West Bridgford Nottinghamshire, England. This ground has the privilege of hosting T20 blast finals twice. It has also hosted the semi-final of T20 World cup in 2009. It was established in 1841 and has the capacity of adjusting 17,500 spectators. Trent Bridge would host five matches of this year’s World cup 2019 including the match between Pakistan vs England on 3rd June.
Rose Bowl, Southampton
The Rose Bowl cricket ground is also known as The Ageas Bowl due to its sponsorship commitments. It is located between the M27 motorway and telegraph woods in West End Hampshire, England. It is the home to Hampshire county cricket club since 2001. This ground was constructed in 2001 as a replacement to previous home ground, which was a county ground to Southampton. That previous ground was Hampshire’s home ground since 1885. Currently, The ground has the capacity of 25,000 and would host five matches of Cricket world cup 2019.
County Ground, Taunton
Taunton County ground is a universal scene for Test and One day internationals in Taunton, Somerset. This ground is situated between Priory Bridge Road and St James Street and was worked in 1882. This ground is the home to Somerset County cricket club and have played their first match in 1882. It has additionally facilitated two gathering stage coordinates in 1999 World Cup. This ground is additionally being utilized for Women’s worldwide cricket matches since 1999 and has turned into the home to England Women’s Cricket group. It has the limit of 12,500 and would have three gathering matches of Cricket world glass 2019.
Cricket World Cup 2019 would have a single group of all 10 teams. All matches would be played in a round-robin format, in which each team would contest the other nine teams. The top four teams of the list would progress to knock out stage of semi-finals and then the two winners teams of semi-finals would then play the final on 14 July.
The new thing about this year’s world cup is that no associate teams are included in this world cup due to the reason this event has been criticized as well. It would be the first time in history that two test playing nations Ireland and Zimbabwe would not be the part of this year’s World Cup.