All You Need To Know About The ICC World Cup 2019 (Teams, Matches & Prize Money)

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ICC World Cup 2019

Just when the cricket enthusiasts thought entertainment is over with the end of IPL, the World Cup season kicked-in to lift our spirits. Big Disappointments and even Bigger Wins- that’s what the Cricket World Cup is all about. Set to be hosted in England and Wales this year, this exuberant tale of hits and misses will take place from 30th May to 14th July 2019. So, fasten your seatbelts because this ICC 12th edition is here to offer a spectrum of emotions- entertainment, disappointments, and well, memes too!

Here is everything you need to know about this upcoming tournament. Also, don’t forget to check out what CashKaro has in store for you this World Cup season.


Sneak-Peak Into The Games: Teams & Team Leaders

The ICC World Cup 2019 will feature 10 teams who will play against each other in a round-robin format. Here is a list of the competing teams and their respective captains.

Team

Captain
Afghanistan

 Gulbadin Naib

Australia

 Aaron Finch
Bangladesh

Mashrafe Mortaza

England

Eoin Morgan
India

 Virat Kohli

New Zealand

Kane Williamson
Pakistan

Sarfaraz Ahmed

South Africa

Faf du Plessis
Sri Lanka

Dimuth Karunaratne

West Indies

Jason Holder

 


World Cup 2019: Match Details

As stated above, The ICC World Cup 2019 will comprise 10 teams battling against each other to bag the golden trophy. The top four survivors at the end of the group phase will progress towards the semi-finals. While the ten Non-ODI warm-up matches will be played from 24th to 28th May 2019, each team will play a total of 9 matches in the tournament starting from 30th May.

Read below to know about the fixtures, dates, time and venues.

Date

Match Time

Location

30th May 2019

England v South Africa 10:30 BST*

The Oval

31st May 2019

West Indies v Pakistan 10:30 BST Trent Bridge
1st June 2019 New Zealand v Sri Lanka 10:30 BST

Cardiff

1st June 2019

Afghanistan v Australia 13:30 BST Bristol
2nd June 2019 South Africa v Bangladesh 10:30 BST

The Oval

3rd June 2019

England v Pakistan 10:30 BST Trent Bridge
4th June 2019 Afghanistan v Sri Lanka 10:30 BST

Cardiff

5th June 2019

South Africa v India 10:30 BST Southampton
5th June 2019 Bangladesh v New Zealand 13:30 BST

The Oval

6th June 2019

Australia v West Indies 10:30 BST Trent Bridge
7th June 2019 Pakistan v Sri Lanka 10:30 BST

Bristol

8th June 2019

England v Bangladesh 10:30 BST Cardiff
8th June 2019 Afghanistan v New Zealand 13:30 BST

Taunton

9th June 2019

India v Australia 10:30 BST The Oval
10th June 2019 South Africa v West Indies 10:30 BST

Southampton

11th June 2019

Bangladesh v Sri Lanka 10:30 BST Bristol
12th June 2019 Australia v Pakistan 10:30 BST

Taunton

13th June 2019

India v New Zealand 10:30 BST Trent Bridge
14th June 2019 England v West Indies 10:30 BST

Southampton

15th June 2019

Sri Lanka v Australia 10:30 BST The Oval
15th June 2019 South Africa v Afghanistan 13:30 BST

Cardiff

16th June 2019

India v Pakistan 10:30 BST Old Trafford
17th June 2019 West Indies v Bangladesh 10:30 BST

Taunton

18th June 2019

England v Afghanistan 10:30 BST Old Trafford
19th June 2019 New Zealand v South Africa 10:30 BST

Edgbaston

20th June 2019

Australia v Bangladesh 10:30 BST Trent Bridge
21st June 2019 England v Sri Lanka 10:30 BST

Headingley

22nd June 2019

India v Afghanistan 10:30 BST Southampton
22nd June 2019 West Indies v New Zealand 13:30 BST

Old Trafford

23rd June 2019

Pakistan v South Africa 10:30 BST Lord’s
24th June 2019 Bangladesh v Afghanistan 10:30 BST

Southampton

25th June 2019

England v Australia 10:30 BST Lord’s
26th June 2019 New Zealand v Pakistan 10:30 BST

Edgbaston

27th June 2019

West Indies v India 10:30 BST Old Trafford
28th June 2019 Sri Lanka v South Africa 10:30 BST

Chester-le-Street

29th June 2019

Pakistan v Afghanistan 10:30 BST Headingley

29th June 2019

New Zealand v Australia 13:30 BST

Lord’s

30th June 2019 England v India 10:30 BST

Edgbaston

1st July 2019

Sri Lanka v West Indies 10:30 BST Chester-le-Street
2nd July 2019 Bangladesh v India 10:30 BST

Edgbaston

3rd July 2019

England v New Zealand 10:30 BST Chester-le-Street
4th July 2019 Afghanistan v West Indies 10:30 BST

Headingley

5th July 2019

Pakistan v Bangladesh 10:30 BST Lord’s
6th July 2019 Sri Lanka v India 10:30 BST

Headingley

6th July 2019

Australia v South Africa 13:30 BST Old Trafford
9th July 2019 First Semi-Final: 1st v 4th 10:30 BST

Old Trafford

11th July 2019

Second semi-final: 2nd v 3rd 10:30 BST Edgbaston
14th July 2019 Final 10:30 BST

Lord’s

*British Summer Time


Prize Money

The total jackpot is worth $10m in the ICC World Cup 2019. This prize money will be distributed according to the performance of the teams.

Stage

Prize Money (US$)

Winner

$4m
Runner-up

$2m

Losing Semi-Finalists

$8,00,000 each
Winner of Each League Stage Match

$4,00,000 each

Teams that do not pass the League Stage

$1,00,000

 

So, are you ready to Star Sports & Chill on your comfy couches? And while you do so, don’t forget to take part in the ‘CashKaro Predict & Win Contest’. Here are the details.


CashKaro Predict & Win Contest

In order to participate and register the entry, one needs to guess the following-
• Number of 4’s
• Number of 6’s
• Scores of both the teams

Visit this link and participate now!

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Fingers crossed! May The Best Team Win!

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