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2019 Cricket World Cup Schedule in Arabia Standard Time (AST)

The 2019 Cricket World Cup is fast approaching, with a countable number of days left for the tournament to start which is scheduled from May 30, 2019 to July 14, 2019 in England and Wales. So, get ready for 48 exciting cricket matches which will be played across 11 venues across England and Wales.

Cricket World Cup is undoubtedly one of the biggest single sports events on the planet and the global viewership is just second to the FIFA World Cups. The tournament is organized by (International Cricket Council) ICC once in a period of 4 years and the matches are played in ODI format in which each team gets designated 50 overs to score as many runs as it can and then try to restrict the opponent to less than the number of runs they have made in order to win the match. In the 2019 Cricket World Cup, 10 teams will take part and these teams are pooled in a single group where each team will face all nine other teams once during the group stage. Top four teams based on the group stage performance will advance to the knockout stage. Prior to the 2019 Cricket World Cup, 11 Cricket World Cup has been played so far and Australia have emerged as the most successful team with 5 titles while India and West Indies have 2 titles to their name, Pakistan and Sri Lanka won the tournament once.

A number of cricket enthusiast fans live in Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Yemen and undoubtedly they want to follow each and every match of their favourite team during the upcoming 2019 Cricket World Cup in England and Wales. However, as the tournament is scheduled in the United Kingdom, the matches will start as per British Summer Time while these countries (Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Yemen) use Arabia Standard Time. So keeping this in mind we have decided to provide the match schedule of all the 48 matches of Cricket World Cup 2019 in Arabia Standard Time. The Arabia Standard Time is used in many Middle East Countries such as Bahrain, Iraq, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Yemen.

The opening match of the competition will be played on May 30, 2019 at 12:30 PM Arabia Standard Time between South Africa and hosts England at the Oval in London while the final match will be played between the two semifinal winners on July 14, 2019 at 12:30 PM AST at Lord’s in London.

2019 Cricket World Cup Schedule in Arabia Standard Time (AST)

Match

No.

Date (2019)
Time (AST) Teams Stadium Stage
1. May 30 12:30 PM England vs South Africa The Oval, London Group
2. May 31 12:30 PM Pakistan vs Windies Trent Bridge, Nottingham Group
3. June 1 12:30 PM New Zealand vs Sri Lanka Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Group
4. June 1 3:30 PM Afghanistan vs Australia County Ground, Bristol Group
5. June 2 12:30 PM Bangladesh vs South Africa The Oval, London Group
6. June 3 12:30 PM England vs Pakistan Trent Bridge, Nottingham Group
7. June 4 12:30 PM Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Group
8. June 5 12:30 PM India vs South Africa Rose Bowl, Southampton Group
9. June 5 3:30 PM Bangladesh vs New Zealand The Oval, London Group
10. June 6 12:30 PM Australia vs Windies Trent Bridge, Nottingham Group
11. June 7 12:30 PM Pakistan vs Sri Lanka County Ground, Bristol Group
12. June 8 12:30 PM England vs Bangladesh Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Group
13. June 8 3:30 PM Afghanistan vs New Zealand County Ground, Taunton Group
14. June 9 12:30 PM Australia vs India The Oval, London Group
15. June 10 12:30 PM South Africa vs Windies Rose Bowl, Southampton Group
16. June 11 12:30 PM Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka County Ground, Bristol Group
17. June 12 12:30 PM Australia vs Pakistan County Ground, Taunton Group
18. June 13 12:30 PM India vs New Zealand Trent Bridge, Nottingham Group
19. June 14 12:30 PM England vs Windies Rose Bowl, Southampton Group
20. June 15 12:30 PM Australia vs Sri Lanka The Oval, London Group
21. June 15 3:30 PM Afghanistan vs South Africa Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Group
22. June 16 12:30 PM India vs Pakistan Old Trafford, Manchester Group
23. June 17 12:30 PM Bangladesh vs Windies County Ground, Taunton Group
24. June 18 12:30 PM England vs Afghanistan Old Trafford, Manchester Group
25. June 19 12:30 PM New Zealand vs South Africa Edgbaston, Birmingham Group
26. June 20 12:30 PM Australia vs Bangladesh Trent Bridge, Nottingham Group
27. June 21 12:30 PM England vs Sri Lanka Headingley, Leeds Group
28. June 22 12:30 PM Afghanistan vs India Rose Bowl, Southampton Group
29. June 22 3:30 PM New Zealand vs Windies Old Trafford, Manchester Group
30. June 23 12:30 PM Pakistan vs South Africa Lord’s, London Group
31. June 24 12:30 PM Afghanistan vs Bangladesh Rose Bowl, Southampton Group
32. June 25 12:30 PM England vs Australia Lord’s, London Group
33. June 26 12:30 PM New Zealand vs Pakistan Edgbaston, Birmingham Group
34. June 27 12:30 PM India vs Windies Old Trafford, Manchester Group
35. June 28 12:30 PM Sri Lanka vs South Africa Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street Group
36. June 29 12:30 PM Afghanistan vs Pakistan Headingley, Leeds Group
37. June 29 3:30 PM Australia vs New Zealand Lord’s, London Group
38. June 30 12:30 PM England vs India Edgbaston, Birmingham Group
39. July 1 12:30 PM Sri Lanka vs Windies Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street Group
40. July 2 12:30 PM Bangladesh vs India Edgbaston, Birmingham Group
41. July 3 12:30 PM England vs New Zealand Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street Group
42. July 4 12:30 PM Afghanistan vs Windies Headingley, Leeds Group
43. July 5 12:30 PM Bangladesh vs Pakistan Lord’s, London Group
44. July 6 12:30 PM India vs Sri Lanka Headingley, Leeds Group
45. July 6 3:30 PM Australia vs South Africa Old Trafford, Manchester Group
46. July 9 12:30 PM Qualifier 1 vs Qualifier 4 Old Trafford, Manchester Semi-finals
47. July 11 12:30 PM Qualifier 2 vs Qualifier 3 Edgbaston, Birmingham Semi-finals
48. July 14 12:30 PM Winners Semi-final 1 vs Winners Semi-final 2 Lord’s, London Final

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