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ICC world cup 2019. Get all information about daily matches, match results, points table etc here.

World Cup Match 2 - Pakistan Vs West Indies

Yesterday match between England and South Africa was a perfect opening match of the tournament. Where host England defeated South Africa by a margin of more than 100 runs. Now this shows why England are being considered as one of the team to be in the top 4 (semi-finalists).

Today match is between Pakistan and West Indies. Match starts at 3 pm IST. Now both the teams are quiet unpredictable. Though recent performances for Pakistan are not encouraging. West Indies team looks more solid with experienced players and a good form of players in IPL.

Keep watching for live commentary and scoreboard in 5 hours from now.

10:26 am IST:
Interesting fact you want to know,  In recent five head to head matches West Indies never managed to defeat Pakistan. 

England Cricket Team Squad for ICC World Cup 2019

England is all set to host the 2019 cricket world cup and they will play the opening match against South Africa on 30th May. You can watch the live score of the math here.

Here is the Englan wold cup squad for 2019 world cup. Do you think these players are capable of winning the world cup for England. England team is hosting the world cup for record 5th time, but they have never won world cup so far.  Here is the team and the analysis: 


Eoin Morgan captain: Lot will depend upon the captain of the team. How Eoin is going to use the players and what combinations of playing XI are used against strong oppositions like South Africa and India etc. 
Age: 32 years 219 days Playing role: Middle-order batsman Batting: Left-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm medium

Moeen Ali: Good recent outing in IPL might help him and the England cricket team to chase there dreams of winning the 2019 world cup. 
Age: 31 years 303 days Playing role: Batting all-rounder Batting: Left-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm offbreak. 

Jofra Archer
Age: 24 years 16 days Playing role: Bowling all-rounder Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm fast

Jonny Bairstow wicketkeeper
Age: 29 years 203 days Playing role: Middle-order batsman Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm medium

Jos Buttler wicketkeeper
Age: 28 years 221 days Playing role: Wicketkeeper batsman Batting: Right-hand bat

Tom Curran
Age: 24 years 36 days Playing role: Bowling allrounder Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

Liam Dawson
Age: 29 years 47 days Playing role: Allrounder Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox

Liam Plunkett
Age: 34 years 11 days Playing role: Bowler Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm fast

Adil Rashid
Age: 31 years 59 days Playing role: Bowler Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Legbreak

Joe Root
Age: 28 years 108 days Playing role: Top-order batsman Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm offbreak

Jason Roy
Age: 28 years 270 days Playing role: Middle-order batsman Batting: Right-hand bat

Ben Stokes
Age: 27 years 317 days Playing role: Allrounder Batting: Left-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium
James Vince

Age: 28 years 34 days Playing role: Batsman Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm medium

Chris Woakes
Age: 30 years 46 days Playing role: Bowler Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

Mark Wood
Age: 29 years 96 days Playing role: Bowler Batting: Right-hand bat Bowling: Right-arm fast

Cricket World Cup 2019 Opening Match Live Score - England Vs South Africa

Update: 17:38 IST: Fifty for Stokes and Morgan. Morgan departs at 57. England  220/4 in 38 overs.

Update: 17:05 IST:  England score is 170/3  in 30 overs. Ben Stokes and Eoin Morgan are building the innings again.

Update: 16:26 IST: After loosign quick first wicket, JJ Roy and JE Root gia ve a good start to England. Scoring at the run rate of around 6 and and 100+ runs partnership. However Both the batsmen get our in quick succession. Eng score from 100/1 to 113/3.
Cricket World Cup 2019 Opening Match Live Score - England Vs South Africa

Thursday, 30th of May 2019 when the clock says 3:00 pm IST, the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will commence. The opening match is to be played between the hosts England and the team known as chokers, South Africa.


Where can you watch live score of 2019 world cup opening match


You can watch all the live score updates and commentary at this blog. Don't forget to bookmark the page and keep visiting on the matches you want to watch. You can get updated anywhere, anytime here.

Who will win 2019 cricket world cup?


It is hard to predict at this moment as this is a long tournament. However we would like to share who are the favorites at this time.  I think England, New Zealand or South Africa are the favorites this time. 

ICC Announced the list of commentators for 2019 cricket world cup

International Cricket Council announced the list of 24 commentators for the cricket world cup 2019. Interestingly there are only three women commentators in the list of 24 members of the ICC's commentary panel. The three women commentators for the upcoming world cup are Isha Guha, Melanie Jones and Alison Mitchell. Michael Clarke the captain the world cup winning team of 2015 world cup will make his debut in the commentary box.

Here is the list of commentators in the ICC commentary panel for 2019 world cup:
Nasser Hussain, Ian Bishop, Sourav Ganguly, Melanie Jones, Michael Atherton, Ian Smith, Alison Mitchell, Brendon McCullum, Graeme Smith, Wasim Akram, Shaun Pollock, Michael Slater, Mark Nicholas, Michael Holding, Isa Guha, Pommie Mbangwa, Sanjay Manjrekar, Harsha Bhogle, Kumar Sangakkara,  Simon Doull,  Ramiz Raja, Athar Ali Khan, Michael Clarke and Ian Ward.


Cricket world cup 2019 starts on 30th May 2019 and the opening match is between the hosts England and South Africa at London.  The finals will be played at the same location on 14th of July.

Teams participating in the cricket world cup 2019: 

    1. England  Captained by Eoin Morgan (Hosts Nation)
    2. Australia Captained by Aaron Finch
    3. Bangladesh Captained by Mashrafe Mortaza
    4. India Captained by Virat Kohli
    5. New Zealand Captained by Kane Williamson
    6. Pakistan Captained by Sarfaraz Ahmed
    7. South Africa Captained by Faf du Plesis
    8. Sri Lanka Captained by Dimuth Karunatne
    9. Afghanistan Captained by Glabadin Naib
    10. West Indies captained by Jason Holder