ICC World Cup 2019 All Match Results

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World Cup Final Match - 14 july ,Lord's, London
241/8 50.0 (R/R: 4.82) NZ vs ENG 241/10 50.0 (R/R: 4.82)
New Zealand tied with England (England win Super Over by boundaries)

 

 

2nd Semi Final Match - 11 july ,Edgbaston, Birmingham
223/10 49.0 (R/R: 4.55) AUS vs ENG 226/2 32.1 (R/R: 7.02)
England beat Australia by 8 wickets

 

 

1st Semi Final Match - 9 july ,Old Trafford, Manchester
239/8 50.0 (R/R: 4.78) NZ vs IND 221/10 49.3 (R/R: 4.46)
New Zealand beat India by 18 runs

 

 

Match 44 - 6 july ,Old Trafford, Manchester
325/6 50.0 (R/R: 6.5) SA vs AUS 315/10 49.5 (R/R: 6.32)
South Africa beat Australia by 10 runs

 

 

Match 44 - 6 july ,Headingley, Leeds
264/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.28) SL vs IND 265/3 43.3 (R/R: 6.09)
India beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 43 - 5 july ,Lord's, London
315/9 50.0 (R/R: 6.3) PAK vs BAN 221/10 44.1 (R/R: 5)
Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 94 runs

 

 

Match 42 - 4 july ,Headingley, Leeds
311/6 50.0 (R/R: 6.22) WI vs AFG 288/10 50.0 (R/R: 5.76)
West Indies beat Afghanistan by 23 runs

 

 

Match 41 - 3 july ,Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
305/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.1) ENG vs NZ 186/10 45.0 (R/R: 4.13)
England beat New Zealand by 119 runs

 

 

Match 40 - 2 july , Edgbaston, Birmingham
314/9 50.0 (R/R: 6.28) IND vs BAN 286/10 48.0 (R/R: 5.95)
India beat Bangladesh by 28 runs

 

 

Match 39 - 1 july , Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
SL 338/6 Ov: 50.0 RR: 6.76 vs WI 315/9 Ov: 50.0 RR: 6.3
Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 23 runs

 

 

Match 38 - 30Jun , Edgbaston, Birmingham
337/7 50.0 (R/R: 6.74) ENG vs IND 306/5 50.0 (R/R: 6.12)
England beat India by 31 runs

 

 

Match 37 - 29Jun , Lord's, London
243/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.86) AUS vs NZ 157/10 43.4 (R/R: 3.59)
Australia beat New Zealand by 86 runs

 

 

Match 36 - 29 Jun Headingley, Leeds
227/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.54) AFG vs PAK 230/7 49.4 (R/R: 4.63)
Pakistan beat afghanistan by 3 wickets

 

 

Match 35 - 28 Jun Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street,
203/10 49.3 (R/R: 4.1) SL vs SA 206/1 37.2 (R/R: 5.51)
South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 9 wickets

 

 

Match 34 - 27 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester,
268/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.36) IND vs WI 143/10 34.2 (R/R: 4.16)
India beat West Indies by 125 runs

 

 

Match 33 - 26 Jun Edgbaston, Birmingham
237/6 50.0 (R/R: 4.74) NZ vs PAK 241/4 49.1 (R/R: 4.9)
Pakistan beat New Zealand by 6 wickets

 

 

Match 32 - 25 Jun Lord's, London
285/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.7) AUS vs ENG 221/10 44.4 (R/R: 4.94)
Australia beat England by 64 runs

 

 

Match 31 - 24 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
262/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.24) BAN vs AFG 200/10 47.0 (R/R: 4.25)
Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 62 runs

 

 

Match 30 - 23 Jun Lord's, London
308/7 50.0 (R/R: 6.16) PAK vs SA 259/9 50.0 (R/R: 5.18)
Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs

 

 

Match 29 - 22 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester
291/8 50.0 (R/R: 5.82) NZ vs WI 286/10 49.0 (R/R: 5.83)
New Zealand beat West Indies by 5 runs

 

 

Match 28 - 22 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
224/8 50.0 (R/R: 4.48) IND vs AFG 213/10 49.5 (R/R: 4.27)
India beat Afghanistan by 11 runs

 

 

Match 27 - 21 Jun Headingley, Leeds
232/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.64) SL vs ENG 212/10 47.0 (R/R: 4.51)
Sri Lanka beat England by 20 runs

 

 

Match 26 - 20 Jun Trent Bridge, Nottingham
381/5 50.0 (R/R: 7.62) AUS vs BAN 333/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.66)
Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs

 

 

Match 25 - 19 Jun Edgbaston, Birmingham
241/6 49.0 (R/R: 4.91) SA vs NZ 245/6 48.3 (R/R: 5.05)
New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets

 

 

Match 24 - 18 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester
397/6 50.0 (R/R: 7.94) ENG vs AFG 247/8 50.0 (R/R: 4.94)
England beat Afghanistan by 150 runs

 

 

Match 23 - 17 Jun The Cooper Associates County Ground,Taunton
321/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.42) WI vs BAN 322/3 41.3 (R/R: 7.76)
Bangladesh beat West Indies by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 22 - 16 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester
336/5 50.0 (R/R: 6.72) IND vs PAK 212/6 40.0 (R/R: 5.3)
India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (D/L method)

 

 

Match 21 - 15 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
125/10 34.1 (R/R: 3.65) AFG vs SA 131/1 28.4 (R/R: 4.56)
South Africa beat Afghanistan by 9 wickets (D/L method)

 

 

Match 20 - 15 Jun The Oval, London
334/7 50.0 (R/R: 6.68) AUS vs SL 247/10 45.5 (R/R: 5.38)
Australia beat Sri Lanka by 87 runs

 

 

Match 19 - 14 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
212/10 44.4 (R/R: 4.74) WI vs ENG 213/2 33.1 (R/R: 6.42)
England beat West Indies by 8 wickets

 

 

Match 18 - 13 Jun Trent Bridge,Nottingham
IND vs NZ
No Result

 

 

Match 17 - 12 Jun The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
307/10 49.0 (R/R: 6.26) AUS vs PAK 266/10 45.4 (R/R: 5.82)
Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

 

 

Match 16 - 11 Jun County Ground, Bristol
SL vs BAN
No Result

 

 

Match 15 - 10 Jun The Rose Bowl,Southampton
29/2 (7.3) CRR: 3.87 RSA vs WI
No Result

 

 

Match 14 - 9 Jun The Oval, London
352/5 50.0 (RR 7.04) IND vs AUS 316/10 50.0 (R/R: 6.32)
India beat Australia by 36 runs

 

 

Match 13 - 8 Jun The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
172/10 41.1 (R/R: 4.17) AFG vs NZ 173/3 32.1 (R/R: 5.37)
New Zealand beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 12 - 8 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
386/6 50.0 (R/R: 7.72) ENG vs BAN 279/10 48.5 (R/R: 5.71)
England beat Bangladesh by 106 runs

 

 

Match 11 - 7 Jun County Ground,Bristol
Pak vs Sl
No Result

 

 

Match 9 - 5 Jun The Oval, London
244/10 49.2 (R/R: 4.94) BAN vs NZ 248/8 47.1 (R/R: 5.25)
New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 2 wickets

 

 

Match 8 - 5 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
227/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.54) SA vs IND 230/4 47.3 (R/R: 4.84)
India beat South Africa by 6 wickets

 

 

Match 7 - 4 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
201/10 36.5 (R/R: 5.45) SL vs AFG 152/10 32.4 (R/R: 4.65)
Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 34 runs (D/L method)

 

 

Match 6 - 3 Jun Trent Bridge, Nottingham
348/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.96) PAK vs ENG 334/9 50.0 (R/R: 6.68)
Pakistan beat england by 16 runs

 

 

Match 5 - 2 Jun The Oval, London
330/6 50.0 (R/R: 6.6) BAN vs SA 309/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.18)
Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs won

 

 

Match 4 - 1 Jun County Ground, Bristol
207/10 38.2 (R/R: 5.4) AFG vs AUS 209/3 34.5 (R/R: 6)
Australia beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 3 - 1 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
136/10 29.2 (R/R: 4.63) SL vs NZ 137/0 16.1 (R/R: 8.47)
New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 10 wickets

 

 

Match 2 - 31 May Trent Bridge, Nottingham
105/10 21.4 (R/R: 4.84) PAK vs WI 108/3 13.4 (R/R: 7.9)
West Indies beat Pakistan by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 1 - 30 May The Oval, London
311/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.22) ENG vs SA 207/10 39.5 (R/R: 5.19)
England beat South Africa by 104 runs
Match 36 - 29 Jun Headingley, Leeds
227/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.54) AFG vs PAK 230/7 49.4 (R/R: 4.63)
Pakistan beat afghanistan by 3 wickets

 

 

Match 35 - 28 Jun Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street,
203/10 49.3 (R/R: 4.1) SL vs SA 206/1 37.2 (R/R: 5.51)
South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 9 wickets

 

 

Match 34 - 27 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester,
268/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.36) IND vs WI 143/10 34.2 (R/R: 4.16)
India beat West Indies by 125 runs

 

 

Match 33 - 26 Jun Edgbaston, Birmingham
237/6 50.0 (R/R: 4.74) NZ vs PAK 241/4 49.1 (R/R: 4.9)
Pakistan beat New Zealand by 6 wickets

 

 

Match 32 - 25 Jun Lord's, London
285/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.7) AUS vs ENG 221/10 44.4 (R/R: 4.94)
Australia beat England by 64 runs

 

 

Match 31 - 24 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
262/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.24) BAN vs AFG 200/10 47.0 (R/R: 4.25)
Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 62 runs

 

 

Match 30 - 23 Jun Lord's, London
308/7 50.0 (R/R: 6.16) PAK vs SA 259/9 50.0 (R/R: 5.18)
Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs

 

 

Match 29 - 22 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester
291/8 50.0 (R/R: 5.82) NZ vs WI 286/10 49.0 (R/R: 5.83)
New Zealand beat West Indies by 5 runs

 

 

Match 28 - 22 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
224/8 50.0 (R/R: 4.48) IND vs AFG 213/10 49.5 (R/R: 4.27)
India beat Afghanistan by 11 runs

 

 

Match 27 - 21 Jun Headingley, Leeds
232/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.64) SL vs ENG 212/10 47.0 (R/R: 4.51)
Sri Lanka beat England by 20 runs

 

 

Match 26 - 20 Jun Trent Bridge, Nottingham
381/5 50.0 (R/R: 7.62) AUS vs BAN 333/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.66)
Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs

 

 

Match 25 - 19 Jun Edgbaston, Birmingham
241/6 49.0 (R/R: 4.91) SA vs NZ 245/6 48.3 (R/R: 5.05)
New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets

 

 

Match 24 - 18 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester
397/6 50.0 (R/R: 7.94) ENG vs AFG 247/8 50.0 (R/R: 4.94)
England beat Afghanistan by 150 runs

 

 

Match 23 - 17 Jun The Cooper Associates County Ground,Taunton
321/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.42) WI vs BAN 322/3 41.3 (R/R: 7.76)
Bangladesh beat West Indies by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 22 - 16 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester
336/5 50.0 (R/R: 6.72) IND vs PAK 212/6 40.0 (R/R: 5.3)
India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (D/L method)

 

 

Match 21 - 15 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
125/10 34.1 (R/R: 3.65) AFG vs SA 131/1 28.4 (R/R: 4.56)
South Africa beat Afghanistan by 9 wickets (D/L method)

 

 

Match 20 - 15 Jun The Oval, London
334/7 50.0 (R/R: 6.68) AUS vs SL 247/10 45.5 (R/R: 5.38)
Australia beat Sri Lanka by 87 runs

 

 

Match 19 - 14 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
212/10 44.4 (R/R: 4.74) WI vs ENG 213/2 33.1 (R/R: 6.42)
England beat West Indies by 8 wickets

 

 

Match 18 - 13 Jun Trent Bridge,Nottingham
IND vs NZ
No Result

 

 

Match 17 - 12 Jun The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
307/10 49.0 (R/R: 6.26) AUS vs PAK 266/10 45.4 (R/R: 5.82)
Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

 

 

Match 16 - 11 Jun County Ground, Bristol
SL vs BAN
No Result

 

 

Match 15 - 10 Jun The Rose Bowl,Southampton
29/2 (7.3) CRR: 3.87 RSA vs WI
No Result

 

 

Match 14 - 9 Jun The Oval, London
352/5 50.0 (RR 7.04) IND vs AUS 316/10 50.0 (R/R: 6.32)
India beat Australia by 36 runs

 

 

Match 13 - 8 Jun The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
172/10 41.1 (R/R: 4.17) AFG vs NZ 173/3 32.1 (R/R: 5.37)
New Zealand beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 12 - 8 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
386/6 50.0 (R/R: 7.72) ENG vs BAN 279/10 48.5 (R/R: 5.71)
England beat Bangladesh by 106 runs

 

 

Match 11 - 7 Jun County Ground,Bristol
Pak vs Sl
No Result

 

 

Match 9 - 5 Jun The Oval, London
244/10 49.2 (R/R: 4.94) BAN vs NZ 248/8 47.1 (R/R: 5.25)
New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 2 wickets

 

 

Match 8 - 5 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
227/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.54) SA vs IND 230/4 47.3 (R/R: 4.84)
India beat South Africa by 6 wickets

 

 

Match 7 - 4 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
201/10 36.5 (R/R: 5.45) SL vs AFG 152/10 32.4 (R/R: 4.65)
Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 34 runs (D/L method)

 

 

Match 6 - 3 Jun Trent Bridge, Nottingham
348/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.96) PAK vs ENG 334/9 50.0 (R/R: 6.68)
Pakistan beat england by 16 runs

 

 

Match 5 - 2 Jun The Oval, London
330/6 50.0 (R/R: 6.6) BAN vs SA 309/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.18)
Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs won

 

 

Match 4 - 1 Jun County Ground, Bristol
207/10 38.2 (R/R: 5.4) AFG vs AUS 209/3 34.5 (R/R: 6)
Australia beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 3 - 1 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
136/10 29.2 (R/R: 4.63) SL vs NZ 137/0 16.1 (R/R: 8.47)
New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 10 wickets

 

 

Match 2 - 31 May Trent Bridge, Nottingham
105/10 21.4 (R/R: 4.84) PAK vs WI 108/3 13.4 (R/R: 7.9)
West Indies beat Pakistan by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 1 - 30 May The Oval, London
311/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.22) ENG vs SA 207/10 39.5 (R/R: 5.19)
England beat South Africa by 104 runs
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World Cup Final Match - 14 july ,Lord's, London
241/8 50.0 (R/R: 4.82) NZ vs ENG 241/10 50.0 (R/R: 4.82)
New Zealand tied with England (England win Super Over by boundaries)

 

 

2nd Semi Final Match - 11 july ,Edgbaston, Birmingham
223/10 49.0 (R/R: 4.55) AUS vs ENG 226/2 32.1 (R/R: 7.02)
England beat Australia by 8 wickets

 

 

1st Semi Final Match - 9 july ,Old Trafford, Manchester
239/8 50.0 (R/R: 4.78) NZ vs IND 221/10 49.3 (R/R: 4.46)
New Zealand beat India by 18 runs

 

 

Match 44 - 6 july ,Old Trafford, Manchester
325/6 50.0 (R/R: 6.5) SA vs AUS 315/10 49.5 (R/R: 6.32)
South Africa beat Australia by 10 runs

 

 

Match 44 - 6 july ,Headingley, Leeds
264/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.28) SL vs IND 265/3 43.3 (R/R: 6.09)
India beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 43 - 5 july ,Lord's, London
315/9 50.0 (R/R: 6.3) PAK vs BAN 221/10 44.1 (R/R: 5)
Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 94 runs

 

 

Match 42 - 4 july ,Headingley, Leeds
311/6 50.0 (R/R: 6.22) WI vs AFG 288/10 50.0 (R/R: 5.76)
West Indies beat Afghanistan by 23 runs

 

 

Match 41 - 3 july ,Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
305/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.1) ENG vs NZ 186/10 45.0 (R/R: 4.13)
England beat New Zealand by 119 runs

 

 

Match 40 - 2 july , Edgbaston, Birmingham
314/9 50.0 (R/R: 6.28) IND vs BAN 286/10 48.0 (R/R: 5.95)
India beat Bangladesh by 28 runs

 

 

Match 39 - 1 july , Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
SL 338/6 Ov: 50.0 RR: 6.76 vs WI 315/9 Ov: 50.0 RR: 6.3
Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 23 runs

 

 

Match 38 - 30Jun , Edgbaston, Birmingham
337/7 50.0 (R/R: 6.74) ENG vs IND 306/5 50.0 (R/R: 6.12)
England beat India by 31 runs

 

 

Match 37 - 29Jun , Lord's, London
243/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.86) AUS vs NZ 157/10 43.4 (R/R: 3.59)
Australia beat New Zealand by 86 runs

 

 

Match 36 - 29 Jun Headingley, Leeds
227/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.54) AFG vs PAK 230/7 49.4 (R/R: 4.63)
Pakistan beat afghanistan by 3 wickets

 

 

Match 35 - 28 Jun Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street,
203/10 49.3 (R/R: 4.1) SL vs SA 206/1 37.2 (R/R: 5.51)
South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 9 wickets

 

 

Match 34 - 27 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester,
268/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.36) IND vs WI 143/10 34.2 (R/R: 4.16)
India beat West Indies by 125 runs

 

 

Match 33 - 26 Jun Edgbaston, Birmingham
237/6 50.0 (R/R: 4.74) NZ vs PAK 241/4 49.1 (R/R: 4.9)
Pakistan beat New Zealand by 6 wickets

 

 

Match 32 - 25 Jun Lord's, London
285/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.7) AUS vs ENG 221/10 44.4 (R/R: 4.94)
Australia beat England by 64 runs

 

 

Match 31 - 24 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
262/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.24) BAN vs AFG 200/10 47.0 (R/R: 4.25)
Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 62 runs

 

 

Match 30 - 23 Jun Lord's, London
308/7 50.0 (R/R: 6.16) PAK vs SA 259/9 50.0 (R/R: 5.18)
Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs

 

 

Match 29 - 22 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester
291/8 50.0 (R/R: 5.82) NZ vs WI 286/10 49.0 (R/R: 5.83)
New Zealand beat West Indies by 5 runs

 

 

Match 28 - 22 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
224/8 50.0 (R/R: 4.48) IND vs AFG 213/10 49.5 (R/R: 4.27)
India beat Afghanistan by 11 runs

 

 

Match 27 - 21 Jun Headingley, Leeds
232/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.64) SL vs ENG 212/10 47.0 (R/R: 4.51)
Sri Lanka beat England by 20 runs

 

 

Match 26 - 20 Jun Trent Bridge, Nottingham
381/5 50.0 (R/R: 7.62) AUS vs BAN 333/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.66)
Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs

 

 

Match 25 - 19 Jun Edgbaston, Birmingham
241/6 49.0 (R/R: 4.91) SA vs NZ 245/6 48.3 (R/R: 5.05)
New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets

 

 

Match 24 - 18 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester
397/6 50.0 (R/R: 7.94) ENG vs AFG 247/8 50.0 (R/R: 4.94)
England beat Afghanistan by 150 runs

 

 

Match 23 - 17 Jun The Cooper Associates County Ground,Taunton
321/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.42) WI vs BAN 322/3 41.3 (R/R: 7.76)
Bangladesh beat West Indies by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 22 - 16 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester
336/5 50.0 (R/R: 6.72) IND vs PAK 212/6 40.0 (R/R: 5.3)
India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (D/L method)

 

 

Match 21 - 15 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
125/10 34.1 (R/R: 3.65) AFG vs SA 131/1 28.4 (R/R: 4.56)
South Africa beat Afghanistan by 9 wickets (D/L method)

 

 

Match 20 - 15 Jun The Oval, London
334/7 50.0 (R/R: 6.68) AUS vs SL 247/10 45.5 (R/R: 5.38)
Australia beat Sri Lanka by 87 runs

 

 

Match 19 - 14 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
212/10 44.4 (R/R: 4.74) WI vs ENG 213/2 33.1 (R/R: 6.42)
England beat West Indies by 8 wickets

 

 

Match 18 - 13 Jun Trent Bridge,Nottingham
IND vs NZ
No Result

 

 

Match 17 - 12 Jun The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
307/10 49.0 (R/R: 6.26) AUS vs PAK 266/10 45.4 (R/R: 5.82)
Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

 

 

Match 16 - 11 Jun County Ground, Bristol
SL vs BAN
No Result

 

 

Match 15 - 10 Jun The Rose Bowl,Southampton
29/2 (7.3) CRR: 3.87 RSA vs WI
No Result

 

 

Match 14 - 9 Jun The Oval, London
352/5 50.0 (RR 7.04) IND vs AUS 316/10 50.0 (R/R: 6.32)
India beat Australia by 36 runs

 

 

Match 13 - 8 Jun The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
172/10 41.1 (R/R: 4.17) AFG vs NZ 173/3 32.1 (R/R: 5.37)
New Zealand beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 12 - 8 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
386/6 50.0 (R/R: 7.72) ENG vs BAN 279/10 48.5 (R/R: 5.71)
England beat Bangladesh by 106 runs

 

 

Match 11 - 7 Jun County Ground,Bristol
Pak vs Sl
No Result

 

 

Match 9 - 5 Jun The Oval, London
244/10 49.2 (R/R: 4.94) BAN vs NZ 248/8 47.1 (R/R: 5.25)
New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 2 wickets

 

 

Match 8 - 5 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
227/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.54) SA vs IND 230/4 47.3 (R/R: 4.84)
India beat South Africa by 6 wickets

 

 

Match 7 - 4 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
201/10 36.5 (R/R: 5.45) SL vs AFG 152/10 32.4 (R/R: 4.65)
Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 34 runs (D/L method)

 

 

Match 6 - 3 Jun Trent Bridge, Nottingham
348/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.96) PAK vs ENG 334/9 50.0 (R/R: 6.68)
Pakistan beat england by 16 runs

 

 

Match 5 - 2 Jun The Oval, London
330/6 50.0 (R/R: 6.6) BAN vs SA 309/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.18)
Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs won

 

 

Match 4 - 1 Jun County Ground, Bristol
207/10 38.2 (R/R: 5.4) AFG vs AUS 209/3 34.5 (R/R: 6)
Australia beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 3 - 1 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
136/10 29.2 (R/R: 4.63) SL vs NZ 137/0 16.1 (R/R: 8.47)
New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 10 wickets

 

 

Match 2 - 31 May Trent Bridge, Nottingham
105/10 21.4 (R/R: 4.84) PAK vs WI 108/3 13.4 (R/R: 7.9)
West Indies beat Pakistan by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 1 - 30 May The Oval, London
311/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.22) ENG vs SA 207/10 39.5 (R/R: 5.19)
England beat South Africa by 104 runs
Match 36 - 29 Jun Headingley, Leeds
227/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.54) AFG vs PAK 230/7 49.4 (R/R: 4.63)
Pakistan beat afghanistan by 3 wickets

 

 

Match 35 - 28 Jun Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street,
203/10 49.3 (R/R: 4.1) SL vs SA 206/1 37.2 (R/R: 5.51)
South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 9 wickets

 

 

Match 34 - 27 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester,
268/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.36) IND vs WI 143/10 34.2 (R/R: 4.16)
India beat West Indies by 125 runs

 

 

Match 33 - 26 Jun Edgbaston, Birmingham
237/6 50.0 (R/R: 4.74) NZ vs PAK 241/4 49.1 (R/R: 4.9)
Pakistan beat New Zealand by 6 wickets

 

 

Match 32 - 25 Jun Lord's, London
285/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.7) AUS vs ENG 221/10 44.4 (R/R: 4.94)
Australia beat England by 64 runs

 

 

Match 31 - 24 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
262/7 50.0 (R/R: 5.24) BAN vs AFG 200/10 47.0 (R/R: 4.25)
Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 62 runs

 

 

Match 30 - 23 Jun Lord's, London
308/7 50.0 (R/R: 6.16) PAK vs SA 259/9 50.0 (R/R: 5.18)
Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs

 

 

Match 29 - 22 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester
291/8 50.0 (R/R: 5.82) NZ vs WI 286/10 49.0 (R/R: 5.83)
New Zealand beat West Indies by 5 runs

 

 

Match 28 - 22 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
224/8 50.0 (R/R: 4.48) IND vs AFG 213/10 49.5 (R/R: 4.27)
India beat Afghanistan by 11 runs

 

 

Match 27 - 21 Jun Headingley, Leeds
232/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.64) SL vs ENG 212/10 47.0 (R/R: 4.51)
Sri Lanka beat England by 20 runs

 

 

Match 26 - 20 Jun Trent Bridge, Nottingham
381/5 50.0 (R/R: 7.62) AUS vs BAN 333/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.66)
Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs

 

 

Match 25 - 19 Jun Edgbaston, Birmingham
241/6 49.0 (R/R: 4.91) SA vs NZ 245/6 48.3 (R/R: 5.05)
New Zealand beat South Africa by 4 wickets

 

 

Match 24 - 18 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester
397/6 50.0 (R/R: 7.94) ENG vs AFG 247/8 50.0 (R/R: 4.94)
England beat Afghanistan by 150 runs

 

 

Match 23 - 17 Jun The Cooper Associates County Ground,Taunton
321/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.42) WI vs BAN 322/3 41.3 (R/R: 7.76)
Bangladesh beat West Indies by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 22 - 16 Jun Old Trafford, Manchester
336/5 50.0 (R/R: 6.72) IND vs PAK 212/6 40.0 (R/R: 5.3)
India beat Pakistan by 89 runs (D/L method)

 

 

Match 21 - 15 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
125/10 34.1 (R/R: 3.65) AFG vs SA 131/1 28.4 (R/R: 4.56)
South Africa beat Afghanistan by 9 wickets (D/L method)

 

 

Match 20 - 15 Jun The Oval, London
334/7 50.0 (R/R: 6.68) AUS vs SL 247/10 45.5 (R/R: 5.38)
Australia beat Sri Lanka by 87 runs

 

 

Match 19 - 14 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
212/10 44.4 (R/R: 4.74) WI vs ENG 213/2 33.1 (R/R: 6.42)
England beat West Indies by 8 wickets

 

 

Match 18 - 13 Jun Trent Bridge,Nottingham
IND vs NZ
No Result

 

 

Match 17 - 12 Jun The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
307/10 49.0 (R/R: 6.26) AUS vs PAK 266/10 45.4 (R/R: 5.82)
Australia beat Pakistan by 41 runs

 

 

Match 16 - 11 Jun County Ground, Bristol
SL vs BAN
No Result

 

 

Match 15 - 10 Jun The Rose Bowl,Southampton
29/2 (7.3) CRR: 3.87 RSA vs WI
No Result

 

 

Match 14 - 9 Jun The Oval, London
352/5 50.0 (RR 7.04) IND vs AUS 316/10 50.0 (R/R: 6.32)
India beat Australia by 36 runs

 

 

Match 13 - 8 Jun The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
172/10 41.1 (R/R: 4.17) AFG vs NZ 173/3 32.1 (R/R: 5.37)
New Zealand beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 12 - 8 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
386/6 50.0 (R/R: 7.72) ENG vs BAN 279/10 48.5 (R/R: 5.71)
England beat Bangladesh by 106 runs

 

 

Match 11 - 7 Jun County Ground,Bristol
Pak vs Sl
No Result

 

 

Match 9 - 5 Jun The Oval, London
244/10 49.2 (R/R: 4.94) BAN vs NZ 248/8 47.1 (R/R: 5.25)
New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 2 wickets

 

 

Match 8 - 5 Jun The Rose Bowl, Southampton
227/9 50.0 (R/R: 4.54) SA vs IND 230/4 47.3 (R/R: 4.84)
India beat South Africa by 6 wickets

 

 

Match 7 - 4 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
201/10 36.5 (R/R: 5.45) SL vs AFG 152/10 32.4 (R/R: 4.65)
Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 34 runs (D/L method)

 

 

Match 6 - 3 Jun Trent Bridge, Nottingham
348/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.96) PAK vs ENG 334/9 50.0 (R/R: 6.68)
Pakistan beat england by 16 runs

 

 

Match 5 - 2 Jun The Oval, London
330/6 50.0 (R/R: 6.6) BAN vs SA 309/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.18)
Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs won

 

 

Match 4 - 1 Jun County Ground, Bristol
207/10 38.2 (R/R: 5.4) AFG vs AUS 209/3 34.5 (R/R: 6)
Australia beat Afghanistan by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 3 - 1 Jun Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
136/10 29.2 (R/R: 4.63) SL vs NZ 137/0 16.1 (R/R: 8.47)
New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 10 wickets

 

 

Match 2 - 31 May Trent Bridge, Nottingham
105/10 21.4 (R/R: 4.84) PAK vs WI 108/3 13.4 (R/R: 7.9)
West Indies beat Pakistan by 7 wickets

 

 

Match 1 - 30 May The Oval, London
311/8 50.0 (R/R: 6.22) ENG vs SA 207/10 39.5 (R/R: 5.19)
England beat South Africa by 104 runs

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