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2019 Cricket World Cup Schedule in South African Standard Time (SAST)

The 2019 Cricket World Cup which is scheduled from May 30, 2019 to July 14, 2019 will feature top 10 cricketing nations. These ten teams will play 48 matches across 11 different venues during the tournament which will be hosted by England and Wales. The first match will be played on May 30, 2019 while the final will be played on July 14, 2019.

South African National Cricket team will also be participating in the tournament which will be played in the round robin and knock out format. The South African team which is popularly known as Proteas have participated in seven ICC Cricket World Cups so far, however, the team has never won the world cup title so far. Cricket World Cup takes place once in every four year period and the matches are played in One Day International format.

The South African fans would be eager to follow each and every match of their national side and have high hopes from them to win the world cup title. However, as the matches in the 2019 Cricket World Cup are scheduled as per British Summer Time the fans might find it difficult to know the exact match kick-off timing as per their time. So, we have converted the match timing of all the matches of 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup as per South African Stand Time which is (UTC+2).

The Proteas will kick start their 2019 Cricket World Cup campaign in the first match of the tournament on May 30, 2019, at 11:30 AM as per South African Time when they take on hosts England at The Oval in London. All the nine group stage matches of the South Africa National Team are highlighted in bold colour in the table below.

2019 Cricket World Cup Schedule in South African Standard Time

Match

No.

Date (2019)
Time (SAST) Teams Stadium Stage
1. May 30 11:30 AM England vs South Africa

(England won by 104 runs)

The Oval, London Group
2. May 31 11:30 AM Pakistan vs Windies

(Windies won by 7 wkts)

Trent Bridge, Nottingham Group
3. June 1 11:30 AM New Zealand vs Sri Lanka

(New Zealand won by 10 wkts)

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Group
4. June 1 2:30 PM Afghanistan vs Australia

(Australia won by 7 wkts)

County Ground, Bristol Group
5. June 2 11:30 AM Bangladesh vs South Africa

(Bangladesh won by 21 runs)

The Oval, London Group
6. June 3 11:30 AM England vs Pakistan

(Pakistan won by 14 runs)

Trent Bridge, Nottingham Group
7. June 4 11:30 AM Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka

(Sri Lanka win by 34 runs (DLS Method))

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Group
8. June 5 11:30 AM India vs South Africa

(India won by 6 wkts)

Rose Bowl, Southampton Group
9. June 5 2:30 PM Bangladesh vs New Zealand

(New Zealand won by 2 wkts)

The Oval, London Group
10. June 6 11:30 AM Australia vs Windies

(Australia won by 15 runs)

Trent Bridge, Nottingham Group
11. June 7 11:30 AM Pakistan vs Sri Lanka

(Match abandoned without a ball bowled)

County Ground, Bristol Group
12. June 8 11:30 AM England vs Bangladesh

(England won by 106 runs)

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Group
13. June 8 2:30 PM Afghanistan vs New Zealand

(New Zealand won by 7 wkts)

County Ground, Taunton Group
14. June 9 11:30 AM Australia vs India

(India won by 36 runs)

The Oval, London Group
15. June 10 11:30 AM South Africa vs Windies

(No result)

Rose Bowl, Southampton Group
16. June 11 11:30 AM Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka

(Match abandoned without toss due to rain)

County Ground, Bristol Group
17. June 12 11:30 AM Australia vs Pakistan

(Australia won by 41 runs)

County Ground, Taunton Group
18. June 13 11:30 AM India vs New Zealand

(Match abandoned without toss (due to rain))

Trent Bridge, Nottingham Group
19. June 14 11:30 AM England vs Windies

(England won by 8 wkts)

Rose Bowl, Southampton Group
20. June 15 11:30 AM Australia vs Sri Lanka

(Australia won by 87 runs)

The Oval, London Group
21. June 15 2:30 PM Afghanistan vs South Africa

(South Africa won by 9 wkts (DLS method))

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Group
22. June 16 11:30 AM India vs Pakistan

(India won by 89 runs (DLS method))

Old Trafford, Manchester Group
23. June 17 11:30 AM Bangladesh vs Windies

(Bangladesh won by 7 wkts)

County Ground, Taunton Group
24. June 18 11:30 AM England vs Afghanistan

(England won by 150 runs)

Old Trafford, Manchester Group
25. June 19 11:30 AM New Zealand vs South Africa

(New Zealand won by 4 wkts)

Edgbaston, Birmingham Group
26. June 20 11:30 AM Australia vs Bangladesh

(Australia won by 48 runs)

Trent Bridge, Nottingham Group
27. June 21 11:30 AM England vs Sri Lanka

(Sri Lanka won by 20 runs)

Headingley, Leeds Group
28. June 22 11:30 AM Afghanistan vs India

(India won by 11 runs)

Rose Bowl, Southampton Group
29. June 22 2:30 PM New Zealand vs Windies

(New Zealand won by 5 runs)

Old Trafford, Manchester Group
30. June 23 11:30 AM Pakistan vs South Africa

(Pakistan won by 49 runs)

Lord’s, London Group
31. June 24 11:30 AM Afghanistan vs Bangladesh

(Bangladesh won by 62 runs)

Rose Bowl, Southampton Group
32. June 25 11:30 AM England vs Australia

(Australia won by 64 runs)

Lord’s, London Group
33. June 26 11:30 AM New Zealand vs Pakistan

(Pakistan won by 6 wkts)

Edgbaston, Birmingham Group
34. June 27 11:30 AM India vs Windies

(India won by 125 runs)

Old Trafford, Manchester Group
35. June 28 11:30 AM Sri Lanka vs South Africa

(South Africa won by 9 wkts)

Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street Group
36. June 29 11:30 AM Afghanistan vs Pakistan

(Pakistan won by 3 wkts)

Headingley, Leeds Group
37. June 29 2:30 PM Australia vs New Zealand

(Australia won by 86 runs)

Lord’s, London Group
38. June 30 11:30 AM England vs India

(England won by 31 runs)

Edgbaston, Birmingham Group
39. July 1 11:30 AM Sri Lanka vs Windies

(Sri Lanka won by 23 runs)

Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street Group
40. July 2 11:30 AM Bangladesh vs India

(India won by 28 runs)

Edgbaston, Birmingham Group
41. July 3 11:30 AM England vs New Zealand

(England won by 119 runs)

Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street Group
42. July 4 11:30 AM Afghanistan vs Windies

(West Indies won by 23 runs)

Headingley, Leeds Group
43. July 5 11:30 AM Bangladesh vs Pakistan

(Pakistan won by 94 runs)

Lord’s, London Group
44. July 6 11:30 AM India vs Sri Lanka

(India won by 7 wkts)

Headingley, Leeds Group
45. July 6 2:30 PM Australia vs South Africa

(South Africa won by 10 runs)

Old Trafford, Manchester Group
46. July 9 11:30 AM India vs New Zealand

(New Zealand won by 18 runs)

Old Trafford, Manchester Semi-finals
47. July 11 11:30 AM Australia vs England

(England won by 8 wkts)

Edgbaston, Birmingham Semi-finals
48. July 14 11:30 AM New Zealand vs England

(Match tied (England won Super Over on boundary count))

Lord’s, London Final

The above schedule is also helpful for fans from Central African countries. You can download the Match Schedule in PDF which you can save on your computer to check the timings. The other thing you can do is bookmark this page in your browser. Please share this article with your friends and family.

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