2019 Cricket World Cup group stage

The group stage format for the 2019 Cricket World Cup is a round-robin, where all ten teams playing each other once, in a single group. Therefore, a total of 45 matches are being played, with each team playing a total of nine matches. The top four teams from the group will progress to the knockout stage. A similar format was previously used in the 1992 Cricket World Cup.[1]

On 25 June 2019, Australia became the first team to qualify for the semi-finals, after they beat England at Lord’s.[2]

Contents

  • 1 Points table
  • 2 Matches
    • 2.1 England vs South Africa
    • 2.2 Pakistan vs West Indies
    • 2.3 New Zealand vs Sri Lanka
    • 2.4 Australia vs Afghanistan
    • 2.5 Bangladesh vs South Africa
    • 2.6 England vs Pakistan
    • 2.7 Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka
    • 2.8 India vs South Africa
    • 2.9 Bangladesh vs New Zealand
    • 2.10 Australia vs West Indies
    • 2.11 Pakistan vs Sri Lanka
    • 2.12 England vs Bangladesh
    • 2.13 Afghanistan vs New Zealand
    • 2.14 Australia vs India
    • 2.15 South Africa vs West Indies
    • 2.16 Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka
    • 2.17 Australia vs Pakistan
    • 2.18 India vs New Zealand
    • 2.19 England vs West Indies
    • 2.20 Australia vs Sri Lanka
    • 2.21 Afghanistan vs South Africa
    • 2.22 India vs Pakistan
    • 2.23 Bangladesh vs West Indies
    • 2.24 England vs Afghanistan
    • 2.25 New Zealand vs South Africa
    • 2.26 Australia vs Bangladesh
    • 2.27 England vs Sri Lanka
    • 2.28 Afghanistan vs India
    • 2.29 New Zealand vs West Indies
    • 2.30 Pakistan vs South Africa
    • 2.31 Afghanistan vs Bangladesh
    • 2.32 England vs Australia
    • 2.33 New Zealand vs Pakistan
    • 2.34 India vs West Indies
    • 2.35 South Africa vs Sri Lanka
    • 2.36 Afghanistan vs Pakistan
    • 2.37 Australia vs New Zealand
    • 2.38 England vs India
    • 2.39 Sri Lanka vs West Indies
    • 2.40 Bangladesh vs India
    • 2.41 England vs New Zealand
    • 2.42 West Indies vs Afghanistan
    • 2.43 Pakistan vs Bangladesh
    • 2.44 India vs Sri Lanka
    • 2.45 South Africa vs Australia
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links

Points table[edit]

Updated to match(es) played on 25 June 2019. Source: ICC, ESPNcricinfo
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Wins; 3) Net run rate; 4) Results of games between tied teams; 5) Pre-tournament seeding
(E) Eliminated; (H) Host; (Q) Qualified to the phase indicated.

At this time at 1 AM GMT, June 27th, Australia is marked qualified, which is incorrect.

SL can win its remaining 3 matches, reaches 12 points, beat Australia on the RR
Eng can win its remaining 2 matched, reached 12 points, beat Australia on the RR
NZ wins against Aus with a very high score, and reaches 13 points.
Ind wins two of the remaining 4 matches and reached 12 points.

So at this moment Australia is not qualified. I do not know how to change the table.

Matches[edit]

England vs South Africa[edit]

  • South Africa won the toss and elected to field.
  • Eoin Morgan played in his 200th ODI for England.[3] He also scored his 7,000th run in ODIs.[4]
  • Imran Tahir (SA), at the age of 40 years and 64 days, became the oldest cricketer for South Africa to play in a World Cup match.[5]

Pakistan vs West Indies[edit]

  • West Indies won the toss and elected to field.
  • Hasan Ali (Pak) played in his 50th ODI.[6]
  • Shai Hope (WI) took his 100th catch as a wicket-keeper in international cricket.[7]
  • Chris Gayle (WI) scored his 40th six in World Cup matches, the most by any batsman in World Cup history, surpassing AB de Villiers’s record of 37.[8]
  • This was Pakistan’s eleventh consecutive loss, their worst winless streak in ODIs.[9]
  • Pakistan scored their second lowest total in the Cricket World Cup, and also recorded their biggest margin of defeat in the Cricket World Cup in terms of balls remaining (218 balls).[10]

New Zealand vs Sri Lanka[edit]

  • New Zealand won the toss and elected to field.
  • James Neesham (NZ) played in his 50th ODI.[11]
  • Dimuth Karunaratne (SL) became the second cricketer to carry his bat in a World Cup match.[12]

Australia vs Afghanistan[edit]

  • Afghanistan won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Rashid Khan (Afg) played in his 100th international match, which included one game with a World XI side in May 2018.[13]

Bangladesh vs South Africa[edit]

  • South Africa won the toss and elected to field.
  • Imran Tahir (SA) played in his 100th ODI.[14]
  • Shakib Al Hasan and Mushfiqur Rahim scored 142 runs for the third wicket, the highest partnership for any wicket for Bangladesh in a World Cup.[15]
  • Bangladesh scored their highest total in ODIs.[16]
  • Shakib Al Hasan (Ban) became the fastest cricketer to take 250 wickets and score 5,000 runs in ODIs, in terms of number of matches (199).[17]

England vs Pakistan[edit]

  • England won the toss and elected to field.
  • Jason Roy (Eng) scored his 3,000th run in ODIs.[18]
  • This was the first time England had lost a run chase in ODIs played at home since 2015, ending a streak of 16 consecutive wins when batting second.[19]

Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka[edit]

  • Afghanistan won the toss and elected to field.
  • Afghanistan were set a revised target of 187 runs from 41 overs due to rain.
  • Rashid Khan played in his 100th international match for Afghanistan.[20]
  • Lahiru Thirimanne (SL) scored his 3,000th run in ODIs.[21]

India vs South Africa[edit]

  • South Africa won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Jasprit Bumrah (Ind) played in his 50th ODI.[22]
  • Rohit Sharma scored his 12,000th run in international cricket for India.[23]
  • This was Virat Kohli’s 50th win as captain of India in ODIs.[24]

Bangladesh vs New Zealand[edit]

  • New Zealand won the toss and elected to field.
  • Shakib Al Hasan (Ban) played in his 200th ODI.[25]
  • Mushfiqur Rahim played in his 350th international match for Bangladesh.[26]
  • Ross Taylor played in his 400th international match for New Zealand.[27]
  • Lockie Ferguson (NZ) took his 50th wicket in ODIs.[28]
  • Trent Boult (NZ) took his 150th wicket in ODIs.[29]

Australia vs West Indies[edit]

  • West Indies won the toss and elected to field.
  • This was the West Indies’ 800th ODI.[30]
  • Pat Cummins (Aus) played in his 50th ODI.[31]
  • Nathan Coulter-Nile (Aus) made the highest score by a number 8 batsman in the World Cup.[32]
  • Chris Gayle (WI) scored his 1,000th run in the Cricket World Cup.[33]
  • Mitchell Starc (Aus) became the quickest bowler, in terms of number of matches, to take 150 wickets in ODIs (77).[34]
  • Andre Russell (WI) became the quickest batsman, in terms of balls faced, to score 1,000 run in ODIs (767).[35]

Pakistan vs Sri Lanka[edit]

  • No toss.
  • No play was possible due to rain.

England vs Bangladesh[edit]

  • Bangladesh won the toss and elected to field.
  • Mashrafe Mortaza played in his 300th match for Bangladesh.[36]
  • England became the first team to make seven consecutive scores of 300 or more in ODIs.[37]

Afghanistan vs New Zealand[edit]

  • New Zealand won the toss and elected to field.
  • James Neesham (NZ) took his first five-wicket haul and his 50th wicket in ODIs.[38]

Australia vs India[edit]

  • India won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Rohit Sharma (Ind) became the fastest batsman, in terms of innings, to score 2,000 runs against a single team in ODIs (37).[39]
  • This was the first time Australia had lost a run chase in a Cricket World Cup since losing to Pakistan at Leeds in 1999, ending a streak of 19 consecutive wins when batting second.[40][41]

South Africa vs West Indies[edit]

  • West Indies won the toss and elected to field.
  • Rain during South Africa’s innings prevented any further play.

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka[edit]

  • No toss.
  • No play was possible due to rain.

Australia vs Pakistan[edit]

  • Pakistan won the toss and elected to field.
  • Mohammad Amir (Pak) took his first five-wicket haul in ODIs.[42]
  • Nathan Coulter-Nile (Aus) took his 50th wicket in ODIs.[43]

India vs New Zealand[edit]

  • No toss.
  • No play was possible due to rain.

England vs West Indies[edit]

  • England won the toss and elected to field.
  • Eoin Morgan played in his 300th international match for England.[44]
  • Mark Wood (Eng) took his 50th wicket in ODIs.[45]

Australia vs Sri Lanka[edit]

  • Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to field.

Afghanistan vs South Africa[edit]

  • South Africa won the toss and elected to field.
  • South Africa were set a revised target of 127 runs from 48 overs due to rain.

India vs Pakistan[edit]

  • Pakistan won the toss and elected to field.
  • Pakistan were set a revised target of 302 runs from 40 overs due to rain.
  • Virat Kohli (Ind) became the ninth batsman (and fastest in terms of innings) to score 11,000 runs in ODIs (222).[46]
  • India’s score was the highest team total against Pakistan in a World Cup match.[47]
  • Hasan Ali conceded 84 runs, the most by a Pakistani bowler in a World Cup match.[47]
  • Vijay Shankar (Ind) was the third bowler to take a wicket with his first ball in the World Cup.[48]

Bangladesh vs West Indies[edit]

  • Bangladesh won the toss and elected to field.
  • Mustafizur Rahman (Ban) played in his 50th ODI.[49]
  • Jason Holder (WI) played in his 100th ODI.[50]
  • Shai Hope played in his 100th international match for the West Indies.[51]
  • Shimron Hetmyer (WI) scored his 1,000th run in ODIs.[52]
  • Shakib Al Hasan became the second batsman for Bangladesh to score 6,000 runs in ODIs and became the fastest player, in terms of innings, to achieve the double of 6,000 runs and 250 wickets in ODIs (202 innings).[53][54]
  • This was Bangladesh’s highest successful run chase in ODIs and second highest successful run chase in World Cup history.[55]
  • The 189 unbeaten run stand between Shakib Al Hasan and Liton Das was the highest partnership for Bangladesh for any wicket in the Cricket World Cup, and Bangladesh’s highest fourth wicket partnership in ODIs.[56][57]

England vs Afghanistan[edit]

  • England won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Eoin Morgan scored the fastest century by an England batsman in a World Cup match (57 balls),[58] and he also scored the most sixes in an innings in ODIs (17).[59]
  • England scored the most sixes in an innings by a team in ODIs (25),[60] and posted their highest team total in a Cricket World Cup match.[61]
  • Rashid Khan (Afg) bowled the most expensive spell in a Cricket World Cup match, conceding 110 runs from his nine overs alongside becoming the most expensive spinner in ODI cricket history.[62][63]
  • Hashmatullah Shahidi (Afg) scored his 1,000th run in ODIs.[64]

New Zealand vs South Africa[edit]

  • New Zealand won the toss and elected to field.
  • A delayed start, because of a wet outfield, reduced the match to 49 overs per side.
  • Hashim Amla (SA) became the second-fastest batsman, in terms of innings, to score 8,000 runs in ODIs (176).[65]
  • David Miller (SA) scored his 3,000th run in ODIs.[66]
  • Kane Williamson scored his 3,000th run as captain of New Zealand in ODIs.[67]

Australia vs Bangladesh[edit]

  • Australia won the toss and elected to bat.
  • David Warner (Aus) became the first batsman to score two 150+ scores in the Cricket World Cup.[68]
  • This was Australia’s highest total against Bangladesh in ODIs.[69]
  • This was Bangladesh’s highest total in ODIs.[70]
  • The 714 runs scored in the fixture was the highest match aggregate in a World Cup match.[69]

England vs Sri Lanka[edit]

  • Sri Lanka won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Moeen Ali (Eng) played in his 100th ODI.[71]
  • Adil Rashid played in his 150th international match for England.[72]
  • Joe Root played in his 250th international match for England.[72]
  • Angelo Mathews scored his 12,000th international run for Sri Lanka.[73]
  • Eoin Morgan scored his 9,000th international run for England.[73]
  • Lasith Malinga (SL) took his 50th wicket in a World Cup match,[74] and became the quickest to achieve the milestone.[75]

Afghanistan vs India[edit]

  • India won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Mohammed Shami (Ind) took a hat-trick.[76]
  • This was India’s 50th win in the World Cup.[77]
  • Afghanistan were eliminated as a result of this match.[78]

New Zealand vs West Indies[edit]

  • West Indies won the toss and elected to field.
  • Carlos Brathwaite (WI) scored his first century in ODIs.[79]

Pakistan vs South Africa[edit]

  • Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Andile Phehlukwayo (SA) played in his 50th ODI.[80]
  • Shadab Khan (Pak) took his 50th wicket in ODIs.[81]
  • South Africa were eliminated as a result of this match, making it the first time since 2003 that they have failed to progress to the knock-out stage of a world cup.[82][83]

Afghanistan vs Bangladesh[edit]

  • Afghanistan won the toss and elected to field.
  • Soumya Sarkar (Ban) played in his 50th ODI.[84]
  • Gulbadin Naib played in his 100th international match for Afghanistan,[85] and scored his 1,000th run in ODIs.[86]
  • Shakib Al Hasan became the first batsman for Bangladesh to score 1,000 runs in the Cricket World Cup,[87] and the first bowler for Bangladesh to take a five-wicket haul in a World Cup match.[88]
  • Shakib Al Hasan also became the second cricketer, after Yuvraj Singh, to score 50 runs and take five wickets in the same match at the World Cup.[89]
  • Shakib Al Hasan became the only player to score 1,000 runs and pick up 30 wickets in the World Cup, and the only player to score 400 runs and take 10 wickets in a single tournament.[90][91][92][93]

England vs Australia[edit]

  • England won the toss and elected to field.
  • Jason Behrendorff (Aus) took his first five-wicket haul in ODIs.[94]
  • Australia qualified for the semi-finals as a result of this match.[95]

New Zealand vs Pakistan[edit]

  • New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat.
  • Babar Azam became the fastest batsman for Pakistan, in terms of innings, to score 3,000 runs in ODIs (68).[96]
  • Babar Azam also scored his 10th ODI century and maiden century in World Cup.[97]

India vs West Indies[edit]

South Africa vs Sri Lanka[edit]

Afghanistan vs Pakistan[edit]

Australia vs New Zealand[edit]

England vs India[edit]

Sri Lanka vs West Indies[edit]

Bangladesh vs India[edit]

England vs New Zealand[edit]

West Indies vs Afghanistan[edit]

Pakistan vs Bangladesh[edit]

India vs Sri Lanka[edit]

South Africa vs Australia[edit]

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  • External links[edit]

    • ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Playing Conditions, International Cricket Council


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