India’s first match of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup against South Africa at Southampton on June 5.
The timetable for the following World Cup came up for discourse amid the ICC Chief Executives’ gathering in Kolkata, where the agenda was settled upon and has been prescribed to the ICC Board for its last endorsement, which is normal one month from now.
As per the Lodha suggestions, which have been affirmed by the Supreme Court, there must be a hole of 15 days when any period of the Indian Premier League (IPL).
The World Cup, which will be facilitated by the England and Wales Cricket Board, is planned from May 30 to July 14. The 2019 period of the IPL is required to get over on May 19, and in that capacity the Indian group should play their first global diversion 15 days after the IPL is finished.
The expensive India versus Pakistan conflict will occur on June 16, and that is destined to be India’s fourth round of the competition. The configuration will be like what was seen at the 1992 World Cup, where all groups will play each other in the round-robin stage, before the main four groups advance to the semi-finals.
The main semi-last is booked for July 9 (Old Trafford), while the second match of the last-four phase will be played on July 11 at Birmingham.
Proposed plan for India’s matches at the 2019 World Cup:
June 5: Vs South Africa
June 9: Vs Australia
June 13: Vs New Zealand
June 16: Pakistan
June 22: Vs Afghanistan
June 27: Vs West Indies
June 30: Vs England
July 2: Vs Bangladesh
July 6: Vs Sri Lanka
July 9: first Semi-Final
July 11: second Semi-Final
July 14: Final
The 2019 World Cup will be held in the UK from May 30 to July 14.
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