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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 All Matches, Summary, Schedule and Results

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The 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup being hosted by England and Wales from May 30, 2019 to July 14, 2019. The big change in this 12th edition of the Cricket World Cup is that there is a single group of 10 teams: Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and West Indies. Each team plays each of the other nine teams once, and the top four teams in the points tally play it out in the semi-finals and the top two fight for the cup in the finals to be played on July 14, 2019 at Lord's in London.

The 2019 Cricket World Cup will be the first since the first World Cup in 1975 in which all the Test playing teams are not participating. Below is a consolidated live-updating scrollable match-by-match summary (along with a detailed schedule, results including live results) of each of the 48 matches of the World Cup. If there was a single destination to bookmark and follow in for an overview of the ongoing World Cup - this is it. Explore and share.

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Match Concluded

  • Match 2
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  • ODI
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  • Trent Bridge, Nottingham
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  • 31 May, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Pakistan
105/10
(21.4) RR 4.85
West Indies
108/3
(13.4) RR 7.9

West Indies beat Pakistan by 7 wickets

The revamped young West Indian bowling line-up were reminiscent of 70s greats, bowling shorter and shorter, with Thomas and Holder easily ripping through the Pakistan batting order. It would have been a two figure match for Pakistan, had it not been for a 22 run 10th wicket partnership. The Windies won the chase in a short 13.4 overs to clinch a decisive victory. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 3
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  • ODI
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  • Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
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  • 01 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Sri Lanka
136/10
(29.2) RR 4.64
New Zealand
137/0
(16.1) RR 8.47

New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 10 wickets

On a green pitch loyal to the bowlers, the Kiwis chose to bowl first, demolishing the Sri Lankan batting order, Ferguson and Henry scalping three each. Captain Karunaratne put on a solid show with, with noone at the other end to help take the score past 200. In reply, favourites New Zealand easily chased up the total, with not a single wicket lost. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 4
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  • ODI
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  • County Ground, Bristol
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  • 01 Jun, 2019 | 18:00 IST
Afghanistan
207/10
(38.2) RR 5.4
Australia
209/3
(34.5) RR 6

Australia beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets

Afghanistan looked in fine form in the beginning , with the Najibullah-Naib partnership even threatening to take the game away from the Aussies, until Stoinis came to the rescue. Zampa and Cummins cut through the batting line up, scalping three each. In the chase, David Warner was the star, scoring an unbeaten 89. Captain Finch also chased the slim total with belligerence, racking up 66. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 5
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  • ODI
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  • The Oval, London
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  • 02 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Bangladesh
330/6
(50.0) RR 6.6
South Africa
309/8
(50.0) RR 6.18

Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs

Choosing to bat first, Bangladesh racked up their highest ever ODI total. Despite faithful bowling efforts from the Proteas, they failed to make a significant dent in the Bangladesh batting order, with two 70+ scores coming up. Bangladesh bowled wonderfully in the chase, restraining South Africa to 309, 21 runs short, despite a valiant effort from the skipper. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 6
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  • ODI
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  • Trent Bridge, Nottingham
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  • 03 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Pakistan
348/8
(50.0) RR 6.96
England
334/9
(50.0) RR 6.68

Pakistan beat England by 14 runs

Pakistan was anchored by 3 half-centuries to put up a massive total. Though the English seemed to be at ease chasing 334, they once again proved that great batting cannot always compensate for poor bowling. Root scored the first century of this year's tournament. Wahab Riaz 3 for 82 and his change in pace in the death overs ensured that Pakistan came out unscathed. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 7
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  • ODI
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  • Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
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  • 04 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Sri Lanka
201/10
(36.5) RR 5.46
Afghanistan
152/10
(32.4) RR 4.65

Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 34 runs (D/L method)

Mohammad Nabi's incredible spell was instrumental in bowling out the Sri Lankans in 32.4 overs but Afghanistan fell once again to their old foes - lack of patience, many ill-timed lofty shots and a failure to bat in phases, aided by rain and revised target of 187 from 41 overs. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 8
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  • ODI
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  • The Rose Bowl, Southampton
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  • 05 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
South Africa
227/9
(50.0) RR 4.54
India
230/4
(47.3) RR 4.84

India beat South Africa by 6 wickets

Rohit Sharma was in belligerent form, hammering his 23rd ODI century in the process. Even the usually reliant Proteas pace attack seemed lacklustre. Captain Faf du Plessis and tail-ender Chris Morris tried to hold up a collapsing batting line-up, but the Indian juggernaut powered through, with Yuzvendra Chahal's bowling helping secure the decisive win. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 9
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  • ODI
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  • The Oval, London
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  • 05 Jun, 2019 | 18:00 IST
Bangladesh
244/10
(49.2) RR 4.95
New Zealand
248/8
(47.1) RR 5.26

New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 2 wickets

Despite wonderful bowling spells all around, New Zealand emerged on top, anchored by an exquisite half century from Ross Taylor and a solid supporting knock from the skipper Williamson as well. As far as wonderful bowling spells are concerned, Matt Henry ripped through the opposition line-up, leaving Bangladesh hardly any breathing room. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 10
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  • ODI
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  • Trent Bridge, Nottingham
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  • 06 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Australia
288/10
(49.0) RR 5.88
West Indies
273/9
(50.0) RR 5.46

Australia beat West Indies by 15 runs

Australia 288 (Coulter Nile 92, Smith 73, Brathwaite 3-67) beat West Indies 273 for 9 (Hope 68, Holder 51, Starc 5-46) by 15 runs. It would be churlish not to credit West Indies for providing so much that was enriching about the contest: Oshane Thomas, Sheldon Cottrell, Andre Russell, Shai Hope and Holder all had their moments. But they could not break Smith, Alex Carey and Coulter-Nile with the bat. FULL SCORECARD

Match Abandoned

  • Match 11
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  • ODI
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  • County Ground, Bristol
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  • 07 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Pakistan
Sri Lanka

Match Abandoned

Persistent rain and a damp outfield forced the first washout of the 2019 World Cup as the game between Pakistan and Sri Lanka was abandoned without a ball being bowled.Umpire Ian Gould and Nigel Llong made the final call at 3.45pm local time. The teams split points, which ensured Sri Lanka moved to third on the table. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 12
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  • ODI
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  • Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
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  • 08 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
England
386/6
(50.0) RR 7.72
Bangladesh
280/10
(48.5) RR 5.73

England beat Bangladesh by 106 runs

England 386 for 6 (Roy 153, Buttler 64, Bairstow 51) beat Bangladesh 280 (Shakib 121, Stokes 3-23) by 106 runs. . Jason Roy top-scored with 153 and England reached a record seventh consecutive total of 300 or more, hitting twice as many sixes as they had in any World Cup match previously. Unchallenged, they soared to 386 for 6, their highest total in World Cups. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 13
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  • ODI
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  • The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
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  • 08 Jun, 2019 | 18:00 IST
Afghanistan
172/10
(41.1) RR 4.18
New Zealand
173/3
(32.1) RR 5.38

New Zealand beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets

New Zealand have 3 wins in as many games and they sit comfortably at the top of the table. But this was pretty much expected given their fixtures, with 3 relatively easy games set up first. Victorious New Zealand captain, Kane Williamson, lauds the win as an outstanding effort. Reckons Afghanistan got off to a terrific start but praises his seamers for sticking to the plan and landing the ball in the right areas. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 14
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  • ODI
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  • The Oval, London
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  • 09 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
India
352/5
(50.0) RR 7.04
Australia
316/10
(50.0) RR 6.32

India beat Australia by 36 runs

India 352 for 5 (Dhawan 117, Kohli 82, Rohit 57, Hardik 48, Cummins 1-55) beat Australia 316 (Smith 69, Warner 56, Carey 55*, Bhuvneshwar 3-50) by 36 runs. There was no inkling at the start of the day that Australia would concede 352 - a new low for them in the World Cup. That is it from game number 14. Australia's 10-match winning streak has been broken. They drop down to 4th in the points table while India move up to 3rd. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 15
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  • ODI
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  • The Rose Bowl, Southampton
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  • 10 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
South Africa
29/2
(7.3) RR 3.87
West Indies

Match Abandoned

South Africa took on West Indies in Southampton, but it was rain that prevailed, with the match being abandoned at 4:15 pm, nearly six hours after rain had first arrived. Only 7.3 overs of play were possible in the South Africa's innings. Both teams picked up a point each. FULL SCORECARD

Match Abandoned

  • Match 16
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  • ODI
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  • County Ground, Bristol
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  • 11 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Bangladesh
Sri Lanka

Match Abandoned

For the second-day running, the 2019 World Cup witnessed a no-result that forced Sri Lanka and Bangladesh to walk away with one point each.Sri Lanka, who already endured a washout against Pakistan, now have two points courtesy rain, which effectively amounts to second win. For Bangladesh, the situation was worrying as they were in the bottom half of the points table. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 17
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  • ODI
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  • The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
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  • 12 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Australia
307/10
(49.0) RR 6.26
Pakistan
266/10
(45.4) RR 5.82

Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

In a nerve-wrecking seesawing game, Australia 307 (Warner 107, Finch 82, Amir 5-30) beat Pakistan 266 (Imam 53, Cummins 3-33) by 41 runs. While Pakistan's performance oscillate between dismal and distinguished, a century by David Warner and a steady performance by the team at hand helped the Aussies register a win. Pakistan dropped catches, allowed overthrows, and committed errors in the field which were criminal enough. FULL SCORECARD

Match Abandoned

  • Match 18
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  • ODI
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  • Trent Bridge, Nottingham
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  • 13 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
India
New Zealand

Match Abandoned

India and New Zealand took a point each and remained the only unbeaten teams in the tournament as rain prevented even a toss from happening at Trent Bridge. As things stood before the match, a result would have either further solidified New Zealand's position at the top, or helped India nudge ahead of Australia into second place with a game in hand. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 19
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  • ODI
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  • The Rose Bowl, Southampton
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  • 14 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
West Indies
212/10
(44.4) RR 4.74
England
213/2
(33.1) RR 6.42

England beat West Indies by 8 wickets

England 213 for 2, remind everybody why they are arguably the top team to take the World Cup trophy next month with a thoroughly professional performance by defeating West Indies by eight wickets. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 20
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  • ODI
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  • The Oval, London
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  • 15 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Australia
334/7
(50.0) RR 6.68
Sri Lanka
247/10
(45.5) RR 5.39

Australia beat Sri Lanka by 87 runs

In a world-class beating personified by Aaron Finch, Steven Smith, Glenn Maxwell and Mitchell Starc, Australia 334 for 7 (Finch 153, Smith 73, Maxwell 46) beat Sri Lanka 247 (Karunaratne 97, Kusal Perera 52, Starc 4-55) by 87 runs. Sri Lanka on the other hand, were neither confident nor accomplished enough to take advantage of the opportunities afforded them by Australian blind spots. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 21
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  • ODI
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  • Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
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  • 15 Jun, 2019 | 18:00 IST
Afghanistan
125/10
(34.1) RR 3.65
South Africa
131/1
(28.4) RR 4.56

South Africa beat Afghanistan by 9 wickets (D/L method)

In a make-or-break encounter for both teams, South Africa 131 for 1 (de Kock 68, Amla 40*) beat Afghanistan 125 all out (Rashid 35, Tahir 4-29, Morris 3-13) by nine wickets. Having been 39 for 0, Afghanistan's disintegration began after the second of two rain intervals as they lost four wickets in two overs to Imran Tahir's guile and Andile Phehlukwayo's wiles, slipping to 77 for 7. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 22
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  • ODI
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  • Old Trafford, Manchester
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  • 16 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
India
336/5
(50.0) RR 6.72
Pakistan
212/6
(40.0) RR 5.3

India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (D/L method)

In what was billed as the most watched game in the history of World Cup, India 336 for 5 (Rohit 140, Kohli 77, Rahul 57, Amir 3-47) beat Pakistan 212 for 6 (Fakhar 62, Kuldeep 2-32) by 89 runs by the DSL method. This was India's seventh win against their arch-rival. There was plenty of quality cricket with Rohit Sharma scoring a breezing century. Pakistan barely showed up, and the contest turned into an uninterrupted celebration of Indian excellence. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 23
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  • ODI
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  • The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
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  • 17 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
West Indies
321/8
(50.0) RR 6.42
Bangladesh
322/3
(41.3) RR 7.75

Bangladesh beat West Indies by 7 wickets

Bangladesh 322 for 3 (Shakib 124*, Liton 94*, Tamim 48) beat West Indies 321 for 8 (Hope 96, Lewis 70, Hetmyer 50, Mustafizur 3-59, Saifuddin 3-72) by seven wickets. Shakib Al Hasan produced one of the great World Cup performances, stringing a mighty 124 not out to his two-wicket haul as he anchored Bangladesh's highest chase in an ODI. In the process, he reached 6000 ODI runs, became Bangladesh's highest run-scorer at a World Cup. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 24
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  • ODI
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  • Old Trafford, Manchester
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  • 18 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
England
397/6
(50.0) RR 7.94
Afghanistan
247/8
(50.0) RR 4.94

England beat Afghanistan by 150 runs

England blitzed their way to 397, 198 scored in the final 15, 148 smashed by Morgan in 16 overs he was at the crease. The records tumbled off the page: most sixes by an ODI player for Morgan (17) - most sixes by an ODI team (25), highest score for England at a World Cup (397), most expensive bowling figures at a World Cup for Rashid Khan (9-0-110-0) and the most sixes conceded by an individual bowler (Rashid Khan with 11). FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 25
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  • ODI
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  • Edgbaston, Birmingham
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  • 19 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
South Africa
241/6
(49.0) RR 4.91
New Zealand
245/6
(48.3) RR 5.05

New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets

New Zealand remain unbeaten as they register yet another thumping win! Four wicket win thanks to the brilliance of Kane Williamson. Tremendous knock by the skipper to help his side over the line in a nail biter. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 26
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  • ODI
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  • Trent Bridge, Nottingham
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  • 20 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Australia
381/5
(50.0) RR 7.62
Bangladesh
333/8
(50.0) RR 6.66

Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs

David Warner's century paved the way for Australia to beat Bangladesh by 48 runs at Trent Bridge on Thursday as the reigning champions went top of the World Cup table. Bangladesh, needing to surpass Ireland's World Cup record chase of 329-7 against England in 2011, struggled to keep up with the required run-rate. Mushfiqur Rahim hit a fine 102 not out but it failed to alter the course of the match as Bangladesh finished on 333-8 after their 50 overs. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 27
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  • ODI
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  • Headingley, Leeds
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  • 21 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Sri Lanka
232/9
(50.0) RR 4.64
England
212/10
(47.0) RR 4.51

Sri Lanka beat England by 20 runs

Lasith Malinga and Angelo Mathews played key roles in Sri Lanka's stunning 20-run World Cup win over England that revived the race for semi-final berths at Headingley on Friday. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 28
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  • ODI
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  • The Rose Bowl, Southampton
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  • 22 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
India
224/8
(50.0) RR 4.48
Afghanistan
213/10
(49.5) RR 4.27

India beat Afghanistan by 11 runs

India survived a major World Cup scare as they beat minnows Afghanistan by 11 runs. Virat Kohli's side, one of the favourites to win the tournament, posted just 224-8 from their 50 overs. Afghanistan, who had lost their previous five games, made a brave effort to chase down the target. But they eventually fell just short of a stunning upset. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 29
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  • ODI
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  • Old Trafford, Manchester
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  • 22 Jun, 2019 | 18:00 IST
New Zealand
291/8
(50.0) RR 5.82
West Indies
286/10
(49.0) RR 5.83

New Zealand beat West Indies by 5 runs

Carlos Brathwaite hit a stunning century but just fell short of leading the West Indies to a remarkable victory as New Zealand won a World Cup thriller by five runs on Saturday. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 30
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  • ODI
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  • Lord's, London
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  • 23 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Pakistan
308/7
(50.0) RR 6.16
South Africa
259/9
(50.0) RR 5.18

Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs

Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs to end the Proteas' World Cup dream and rekindle their own tournament hopes at Lord's on Sunday. South Africa cannot now mathematically qualify for the semi-finals from the 10-team round-robin phase but Pakistan still have a slender chance of reaching the last four. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 31
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  • ODI
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  • The Rose Bowl, Southampton
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  • 24 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Bangladesh
262/7
(50.0) RR 5.24
Afghanistan
200/10
(47.0) RR 4.25

Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 62 runs

Match Concluded

  • Match 32
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  • ODI
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  • Lord's, London
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  • 25 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Australia
285/7
(50.0) RR 5.7
England
221/10
(44.4) RR 4.94

Australia beat England by 64 runs

Match Concluded

  • Match 33
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  • ODI
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  • Edgbaston, Birmingham
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  • 26 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
New Zealand
237/6
(50.0) RR 4.74
Pakistan
241/4
(49.1) RR 4.90

Pakistan beat New Zealand by 6 wickets

Match Concluded

  • Match 34
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  • ODI
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  • Old Trafford, Manchester
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  • 27 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
India
268/7
(50.0) RR 5.36
West Indies
143/10
(34.2) RR 4.16

India beat West Indies by 125 runs

Match Concluded

  • Match 35
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  • ODI
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  • Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
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  • 28 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Sri Lanka
203/10
(49.3) RR 4.10
South Africa
206/1
(37.2) RR 5.51

South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 9 wickets

Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis powered South Africa to a nine-wicket victory over Sri Lanka on Friday, dealing a huge blow to the Asian side's hopes of reaching the World Cup semi-finals. Amla (80) and captain Du Plessis (96) put on an unbeaten 175 for the second wicket as South Africa cruised to victory in the 38th over, finishing on 206 for one. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 36
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  • ODI
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  • Headingley, Leeds
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  • 29 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Afghanistan
227/9
(50.0) RR 4.54
Pakistan
230/7
(49.4) RR 4.63

Pakistan beat Afghanistan by 3 wickets

Pakistan kept their nerve to avoid a huge shock on Saturday, beating a spirited Afghan side by three wickets with just two balls to spare to keep their World Cup semi-final hopes alive. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 37
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  • ODI
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  • Lord's, London
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  • 29 Jun, 2019 | 18:00 IST
Australia
243/9
(50.0) RR 4.86
New Zealand
157/10
(43.4) RR 3.59

Australia beat New Zealand by 86 runs

Australia cruised to victory by 86 runs against New Zealand at Lord's on Saturday, with batsman Usman Khawaja and pace spearhead Mitchell Starc starring for the defending champions. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 38
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  • ODI
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  • Edgbaston, Birmingham
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  • 30 Jun, 2019 | 15:00 IST
England
337/7
(50.0) RR 6.74
India
306/5
(50.0) RR 6.12

England beat India by 31 runs

Jonny Bairstow hit a hundred before Chris Woakes starred as England ended India's unbeaten run at this World Cup with a 31-run win on Sunday to once again leave semi-final qualification in their own hands. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 39
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  • ODI
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  • Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
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  • 01 Jul, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Sri Lanka
338/6
(50.0) RR 6.76
West Indies
315/9
(50.0) RR 6.3

Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 23 runs

With both Sri Lanka and West Indies out of contention for any further victories, it was left to two of the brightest young talents in each team to light up the dead rubber, and provide a little hope that the next time might not be so bad. Avishka Fernando, all of 21, scored his maiden international hundred to set up Sri Lanka's 338 for 6 - by far their highest total of the tournament - and Nicholas Pooran, three months shy of his 24th birthday, responded with 118 - his first international century too. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 40
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  • ODI
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  • Edgbaston, Birmingham
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  • 02 Jul, 2019 | 15:00 IST
India
314/9
(50.0) RR 6.28
Bangladesh
286/10
(48.0) RR 5.95

India beat Bangladesh by 28 runs

Overcoming a morale-denting defeat by England, India stormed back in the World Cup with a victory on Bangladesh to secure a berth in the semi-finals. Despite looking impressive and coming close on many occasions, Bangladesh on the other hand, are out of the tournament. Rohit Sharma’s fourth century of the tournament, a feat that makes him the leading run scorer with 544, was the key to India’s win and even the unfaltering Shakib al Hasan could not save his team from elimination. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 41
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  • ODI
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  • Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
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  • 03 Jul, 2019 | 15:00 IST
England
305/8
(50.0) RR 6.1
New Zealand
186/10
(45.0) RR 4.13

England beat New Zealand by 119 runs

England had some luck – with the toss, with the conditions, with a couple of the dismissals – but their impressive performance on field after a campaign that stumbled a little lately, was refreshing. They are now two wins away from lifting the cup, while New Zealand manages to qualify yes, but not without an immeasurable damage to their net rate along the way. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 42
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  • ODI
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  • Headingley, Leeds
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  • 04 Jul, 2019 | 15:00 IST
West Indies
311/6
(50.0) RR 6.22
Afghanistan
288/10
(50.0) RR 5.76

West Indies beat Afghanistan by 23 runs

Eighteen-year-old Ikram Alikhil came within three shots of becoming the first teenager to hit a World Cup century, and Rahmat Shah made a half-century, but it was still not enough for Afghanistan as they exited the World Cup without a single point from nine matches. The target always seemed away from Afghanistan's reach, but Ikram and Rahmat brought it closer with their 133-run partnership - the highest for the side this World Cup. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 43
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  • ODI
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  • Lord's, London
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  • 05 Jul, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Pakistan
315/9
(50.0) RR 6.3
Bangladesh
221/10
(44.1) RR 5.00

Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 94 runs

Batting first, Pakistan had made 315 at Lord’s. But they needed to bowl Bangladesh out for seven runs or fewer to qualify for the semi-finals of the World Cup. They won but lost to their Net Run rate, after all. Shakib Al Hasan continued his high summer form, gliding to 64 before Shaheen picked up the key wicket. Shakib’s lowest score of the World Cup remains his 41 at Edgbaston against Australia. From 154 for five at that stage Bangladesh unravelled steadily towards a 94-run defeat. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 44
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  • ODI
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  • Headingley, Leeds
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  • 06 Jul, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Sri Lanka
264/7
(50.0) RR 5.28
India
265/3
(43.3) RR 6.09

India beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets

Recreating the pace and establishing the chemistry that openers need, Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul galloped India to a seven-wicket win over Sri Lanka on Saturday. By the end of it, Sri Lanka was flattened -- and even Malinga’s magic that we saw against England -- wore off thin against Sharma and Rahul’s clinical performances.On 99, Sharma pulled a Kasun Rajitha off-stump delivery to the midwicket boundary to bring up the record for most centuries - crossing Kumar Sangakkara's four - in a World Cup. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Match 45
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  • ODI
  •  | 
  • Old Trafford, Manchester
  •  | 
  • 06 Jul, 2019 | 18:00 IST
South Africa
325/6
(50.0) RR 6.5
Australia
315/10
(49.5) RR 6.32

South Africa beat Australia by 10 runs

With one foot firmly resting on flight back home, South Africa left the World Cup with a defiance, defeating Australia by 10 runs in another Old Trafford last-over thriller to set up a semi-final between England and Australia on Thursday. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • 1st Semi Final
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  • ODI
  •  | 
  • Old Trafford, Manchester
  •  | 
  • 09 Jul, 2019 | 15:00 IST
New Zealand
239/8
(50.0) RR 4.78
India
221/10
(49.3) RR 4.46

New Zealand beat India by 18 runs

New Zealand stunned India to reach their second successive World Cup final as they survived Ravindra Jadeja's late heroics to clinch a thrilling 18-run win at Old Trafford on Wednesday. Shell-shocked India captain Kohli admitted his team had paid the price for the dismal start to their innings. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • 2nd Semi Final
  •  | 
  • ODI
  •  | 
  • Edgbaston, Birmingham
  •  | 
  • 11 Jul, 2019 | 15:00 IST
Australia
223/10
(49.0) RR 4.55
England
226/2
(32.1) RR 7.02

England beat Australia by 8 wickets

England marched into their first World Cup final for 27 years on Thursday, thrashing reigning champions Australia by eight wickets at Edgbaston to set up a showdown with New Zealand. Jason Roy hit a blistering 85 as England reached a victory target of 224 with a mammoth 107 balls to spare after bowling out Australia for 223. FULL SCORECARD

Match Concluded

  • Final
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  • ODI
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  • Lord's, London
  •  | 
  • 14 Jul, 2019 | 15:00 IST
New Zealand
241/8
(50.0) RR 4.82
England
241/10
(50.0) RR 4.82

New Zealand tied with England (England win Super Over by boundaries)

England won the World Cup for the first time as they beat New Zealand in a dramatic Super Over after a nerve-shredding final ended in a tie at Lord's on Sunday. After Eoin Morgan's side finished on 241 all out in pursuit of New Zealand's 241-8, the final came down to a six-ball shootout for each team. Both sides finished the Super Over on 15 so England won due to a tie-break rule because they hit more boundaries. FULL SCORECARD
 
 

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