ICC Cricket World Cup guide: Fixtures, results, standings and TV guide

The ICC Cricket World Cup trophy
The ICC Cricket World Cup trophy

Get full fixtures, results, match reports and standings throughout the Cricket World Cup, plus our unmissable betting tips and TV information.

The ICC World Cup got under way on May 30 as 10 teams battle for the biggest prize in 50-over cricket.

With the format revamped this year, all 10 will play each other in one round-robin group, at the end of which the top four advance to the semi-finals.

That means the likes of Afghanistan and Bangladesh will feature throughout a five-week period from May 30 to July 6, during which there is at least one match every day.

Matches take place across 11 grounds: Edgbaston, Bristol's County Ground, Sophia Gardens in Cardiff, the Riverside Ground at Chester-le-Street, Headingley, Lord's, the Oval, Old Trafford, Trent Bridge, the Rose Bowl in Southampton and the County Ground in Taunton.

In total, 38 of them begin at 1030 BST, with seven day/night games beginning at 1330 - though none of these involve the tournament hosts, England.

Here we have a chronological list of fixtures, which will become results with links to match reports as the tournament progresses.

Latest standings

Played | Won | Lost | No Result | Tied | Net Run Rate | Points

  1. Australia P 5 W 4 L 1 N/R 0 T 0 NRR +0.812 Pts 8
  2. New Zealand P 4 W 3 L 0 N/R 1 T 0 NRR +2.163 Pts 7
  3. India P 4 W 3 L 0 N/R 1 T 0 NRR +1.029 Pts 7
  4. England P 4 W 3 L 1 N/R 0 T 0 NRR +1.557 Pts 6
  5. Sri Lanka P 5 W 1 L 2 N/R 2 T 0 NRR -1.778 Pts 4
  6. West Indies P 4 W 1 L 2 N/R 1 T 0 NRR +0.666 Pts 3
  7. South Africa P 4 W 1 L 3 N/R 1 T 0 NRR -0.208 Pts 3
  8. Bangladesh P 4 W 1 L 2 N/R 1 T 0 NRR -0.714 Pts 3
  9. Pakistan P 5 W 1 L 3 N/R 1 T 0 NRR -1.933 Pts 3
  10. Afghanistan P 4 W 0 L 4 N/R 0 T 0 NRR -1.638 Pts 0

Fixtures, results and reports

Group stage

May 30 - England (311-8) v South Africa (207) the Oval - England win by 104 runs

May 31 - Pakistan 105 v West Indies (108-3) Trent Bridge - West Indies win by seven wickets

June 1 - New Zealand (137-0) v Sri Lanka (136) Cardiff - New Zealand win by 10 wickets

June 1 - Australia (209-3) v Afghanistan (207) Bristol - Australia win by seven wickets

June 2 - Bangladesh (330-6) v South Africa (309-8) the Oval - Bangladesh win by 21 runs

June 3 - England (334-9) v Pakistan (348-8) Trent Bridge - Pakistan win by 14 runs

June 4 - Afghanistan (152) v Sri Lanka (201) Cardiff - Sri Lanka win by 34 runs (DLS method)

June 5 - India (230-4) v South Africa (227-9) Rose Bowl - India win by six wickets

June 5 - Bangladesh (244) v New Zealand (248-8) the Oval - New Zealand win by two wickets

June 6 - Australia v West Indies, Trent Bridge - Australia win by 15 runs

June 7 - Pakistan v Sri Lanka, Bristol - Match abandoned

June 8 - England v Bangladesh, Cardiff - England win by 106 runs

June 8 - Afghanistan v New Zealand, Taunton - New Zealand win by seven wickets

June 9 - Australia (316) v India (352-5), the Oval - India win by 36 runs

June 10 - South Africa (29-2) v West Indies, Rose Bowl - Match abandoned

June 11 - Bangladesh v South Africa, Bristol - Match abandoned

June 12 - Australia (307) v Pakistan (266), Taunton - Australia win by 41 runs

June 13 - India v New Zealand, Trent Bridge - Match abandoned

June 14 - England (213-2) v West Indies (212), Rose Bowl - England win by eight wickets

June 15 - Australia (334) v Sri Lanka (247), the Oval - Australia win by 87 runs

June 15 - Afghanistan (125) v South Africa (131), Cardiff - South Africa win by nine wickets (DLS method)

June 16 - India v Pakistan, Old Trafford - India win by 89 runs (DLS method)

June 17 - Bangladesh v West Indies, Taunton, 1030 BST

June 18 - England v Afghanistan, Old Trafford, 1030 BST

June 19 - New Zealand v South Africa, Edgbaston, 1030 BST

June 20 - Australia v Bangladesh, Trent Bridge, 1030 BST

June 21 - England v Sri Lanka, Headingley, 1030 BST

June 22 - Afghanistan v India, Rose Bowl, 1030 BST

June 22 - New Zealand v West Indies, Old Trafford, 1330 BST

June 23 - Pakistan v South Africa, Lord's, 1030 BST

June 24 - Afghanistan v Bangladesh, Rose Bowl, 1030 BST

June 25 - England v Australia, Lord's, 1030 BST

June 26 - New Zealand v Pakistan, Edgbaston, 1030 BST

June 27 - India v West Indies, Old Trafford, 1030 BST

June 28 - South Africa v Sri Lanka, Chester-le-Street, 1030 BST

June 29 - Afghanistan v Pakistan, Headingley, 1030 BST

June 29 - Australia v New Zealand, Lord's, 1330 BST

June 30 - England v India, Edgbaston, 1030 BST

July 1 - Sri Lanka v West Indies, Chester-le-Street, 1030 BST

July 2 - Bangladesh v India, Edgbaston, 1030 BST

July 3 - England v New Zealand, Chester-le-Street, 1030 BST

July 4 - Afghanistan v West Indies, Headingley, 1030 BST

July 5 - Bangladesh v Pakistan, Lord's, 1030 BST

July 6 - India v Sri Lanka, Headingley, 1030 BST

July 6 - Australia v South Africa, Old Trafford 1330 BST

Knockout stage

July 9 - Qualifier 1 v Qualifier 4, Old Trafford, 1030 BST

July 11 - Qualifier 2 v Qualifier 3, Edgbaston, 1030 BST

July 14 - Final, Lord's, 1030 BST

Venues

  • Edgbaston, Birmingham - five matches, including second semi-final
  • County Ground, Bristol - three matches
  • Sophia Gardens, Cardiff - four matches
  • Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street - three matches
  • Headingley, Leeds - four matches
  • Lord's, London - five matches, including the final
  • The Oval, London - five matches
  • Old Trafford, Manchester - six matches, including first semi-final
  • Trent Bridge, Nottingham - five matches
  • Rose Bowl, Southampton - five matches
  • County Ground, Taunton - three matches

TV info

Viewers in the UK and Ireland can watch every game live on Sky Sports, with terrestrial broadcaster Channel 4 carrying highlights. Several matches will also be broadcast live on BBC Radio, while Sky Sports also have coverage via their website and Sky Go.

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