Cricket World Cup 2019: Fixtures, Standings and Results
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Final Group Standings
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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Results
Friday June 7
Pakistan v Sri Lanka – Match Abandoned
Monday June 10
South Africa (29/2, 7.3/50 overs) v West Indies – No Result
Tuesday June 11
Bangladesh v Sri Lanka – Match Abandoned
Thursday June 13
India v New Zealand – Match Abandoned
Saturday June 15
Australia (334/7, 50/50 overs) beat Sri Lanka (247, 45.5/50 overs) by 87 runs
South Africa (131/1, 28.4/48 overs, target: 127) beat Afghanistan (125, 28.4/48 overs) by nine wickets (DLS method)
Tuesday July 9-Wednesday July 10
First semi-final: New Zealand (239/8, 50/50 overs) beat India (221, 49.3/50 overs) by 18 runs
*Semi-finals and final have a reserve day
Standings table key: P = Matches played; W = Matches Won; L = Matches Lost; T/NR = Tie or No Result; NRR = Net Run Rate; Pts = Points. Teams are awarded 2pts for a win and 1pt for a tie or no result. The top four progress to the semi-finals. Teams level on points will be separated as follows: 1. Total wins; 2. NRR; 3. Head-to-head results; 4. Tournament seeding.
Ben Foakes focuses on squaring the series with England
The tourists are 2-1 down going into the final Test against India.
Stonewall praises Steven Davies and warns ‘attitudes need to shift across sport’
The 34-year-old wicketkeeper announced he was gay 10 years ago.
Charlotte Edwards backs women’s cricket to keep ‘growing and growing’
On Thursday Edwards became the first female president of the Professional Cricketers’ Association.
Heather Knight ‘frustrated’ as England lose final ODI in New Zealand
Defeat ended a run of 10 straight wins across all formats for England
Jonathan Trott warns England not to get ‘too desperate’ against India spinners
The duo have taken a combined 42 wickets in the series so far.
Darren Gough fears England could be on the end of another hiding by India
Gough knows all about two-day Test wins.
Chris Silverwood hopes England batsmen can learn from quickfire third-Test loss
Silverwood would not be drawn into criticising the pitch.
England players clash online over Alex Hartley’s social media comments
Hartley advertised England Women’s one-day international with New Zealand by referencing the men’s third Test defeat inside two days to India.
Nat Sciver excels as England wrap up series win in New Zealand
Sciver claimed three for 26 and hit 63.
Joe Root invites ICC to make own judgement on Ahmedabad pitch
England were beaten by 10 wickets to go 2-1 down in the series.