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.
Jos Buttler: Opening batting made easier by Jason Roy’s intimidating presence
Buttler notched his ninth fifty in 20 innings opening the batting in T20s for England.
Jos Buttler believes he is blossoming alongside opening partner Jason Roy
Buttler took the plaudits with an unbeaten 68 from 55 balls as England overhauled their target with 17 balls to spare.
Harry Brook and Jordan Thompson’s record stand helps Yorkshire to Blast victory
The pair put on a sixth-wicket partnership of 141.
Jos Buttler guides England to victory after bowlers put squeeze on Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka were restricted to a paltry 129 for seven after winning the toss.
England bowlers Adil Rashid and Sam Curran limit Sri Lanka in first T20
The hosts need 130 to win at Cardiff.
Kane Williamson savours New Zealand’s World Test Championship triumph
The Black Caps beat India in the final.
New Zealand edge thrilling battle with India to win World Test Championship
Kane Williamson led the way with an unbeaten 52 and 37-year-old Ross Taylor struck the winning boundary to finish 47 not out.
New Zealand in strong position to win World Test Championship final
The Black Caps need to chase 139 to win.
Kyle Jamieson takes two India wickets as NZ make move in World Test Championship
Play had resumed on the reserve day with India on 64 for two, a slender lead of 32, and all results just about feasible.
Devon Conway and Quinton De Kock join Southern Brave’s line-up for The Hundred
Australian duo David Warner and Marcus Stoinis pulled out of the inaugural tournament citing coronavirus complications.