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ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Live Stream

Watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Live | ICCCricketlive.net

Watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Live Stream

 

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This will be an interesting battle of the most competitive teams in the cricketing world, total 10 are there in this event. The qualifier took place for the 2 remaining spots because top 8 teams were directly qualified for the tournament. As per the ICC World Cup 2019 policy, the top 8 teams till 30th September 2017 will qualify without playing qualifying round. This Qualifying event took place in Zimbabwe last year in 2018. In that 2018 ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier total 10 (associate and full member) teams participated including the hosts Zimbabwe. The Top 2 teams were selected after 34 matches full event, they are Ireland and Afghanistan.

ICC Cricket World Cup Live Stream

There are more than a hundred channels which are showing the Cricket World Cup on TV, so the point is they are restricted by regions. If you want to watch online live streaming then there are two best possible options available.

  1. ICC Official App: The official app of ICC Cricket provides coverage for every international match in the world. It gives Tournament fixtures, news, videos, Results, rankings etc. It provides ball-by-ball commentary, updates and matches result through its live match centre. You will not miss any moment of the cricket game throughout the world. For this app, you have to pay according to the plans or go as per the policy.


 

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Cricket World Cup 2019 TV Broadcasters

Moby: The Cable/satellite “Moby” TV will broadcast in the Afghanistan region, while the Hotstar.com will provide live streaming and “Hotstar” mobile app will give its services to cell-phone users.

Fox Sports: FS network is the official broadcasting channel in Australia, while Foxsports.com.au will give the web streaming services and mobile users will have “Foxtel NOW” application to watch all matches.

OSN Sports Cricket: Orbit Showtime Network or OSN Sports Cricket has the television broadcasting rights for the Arab World region. OSN.com or PlayWavo.com will give the web streaming service to Arabian countries. Wavo and OSN mobile apps are for mobile customers.

Bangladesh Television, Gazi TV and Star Sports: These 3 TV broadcasting channels will provide their services to Bangladesh region. “Bangladesh Betar” is the radio broadcaster. Rabbitholebd.com will give the online streaming service and Rabbithole App will provide mobile streaming in the country.

Star Cricket: The channel will give its services to “Brunei” and “Malaysia”. For the online streaming “astrogo.astro.com.my” website and for mobile “Asrto Go” application is available. The channel also has broadcasting rights in Hong Kong but the web services are at “nowtv.now.com” and mobile app is “Now TV App”. Singapore is also in the list of Star Cricket TV broadcasting. “Starhubgo.com” is the web stream partner and “Starhub Go” is the mobile app for Singapore region.

ATN Network: This service provides TV broadcasting to the users of Canada underpaid connection. Hotstar.com is the web streaming provider in this region and Hotstar mobile application is for cell phone users in this region.

ESPN: It has the TV broadcasting rights in Central America and Caribbean islands whereas the “espn.co.uk/ Caribbean” is the web streaming service provider. “ESPN Play Caribbean” is the mobile app to watch ICC Cricket world cup 2019 in America and the Caribbean.

Sky Sports: The famous channel has TV broadcasting rights in the United Kingdom and Ireland region, its website “Skysports.com” have web streaming permission. “Sky Go” the mobile app of the channel has the mobile streaming rights. BBC RADIO is the Radio partner.

Star Sports: This channel will broadcast its TV service of ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 in India, Nepal, Maldives, and Bhutan. The site Hotstar.com has web streaming rights in these regions and Hotstar app has mobile streaming permission.

DD Sports: The broadcaster will only televise “Indian cricket team matches” and Semi-finals and Finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. All India Radio will also do their Radio services as does the DD sports doing it.

Sky Sport: this channel has broadcasting rights in New Zealand under the paid service. “Sky.co.nz” and “skygo.co.nz/livetv” are the two official web streaming site for NZ region. Fan Pass mobile app will give the mobile streaming.

Ten Sports Pakistan & PTV Sports: Both channels have the official TV rights to broadcast in the Pakistan region. The sites of “Tensports.com.pk” and “Sonyliv.com” have web streaming rights. The mobile application of Sony Liv is the official mobile streaming.

Channel Eye: This channel has the official TV broadcasting rights in Sri Lanka region. The site of “Channeleye.lk” has web streaming rights. Hotstar mobile app has permission to showing mobile streaming in Sri Lanka.

SuperSport: It has the TV broadcasting rights especially in South Africa and has full access for remaining African Region too. The site “SuperSport.com” of the channel will provide web streaming to the viewers in Africa. SuperSport App has permission to show it on mobile devices.

Willow TV and Willow Xtra: Both channels or the Willow sports network has the TV broadcast rights in the United States of America including (Puerto Rico, Guam, The US Virgin Island, American Samoa & Northern Mariana Islands). The channel’s site “WillowTv.com” has the right of web streaming whereas “Willow TV App” has it for mobile apps.

Digicel: This service provider covers the area of Oceania (except Australia and New Zealand) for TV broadcasting. The network provider site “www.digicelplay.com.pg/Sports” can provide web streaming to its region-wise customers. At last, its “Digicel Play” the mobile app has a mobile streaming service in the region.

Hotstar.com: The web streaming service covers Central Asia and European regions (except the UK and Ireland) through its online service. Hotstar mobile app will support the mobile users of this region to watch the CWC 2019.

How to watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Live Online?

To watch ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Live Online you have to get to the official websites as per your regions channel. Or you can watch it through the official ICC App that provides the services to its viewers under some conditions to agree. Although there are many sites that provide the online live stream of ICC Cricket WC 2019 they require some software as do the official website need it.  If you to watch the world cup 2019 full event without any software or hardware also do not be irritated by ads and pop-ups. Here is the answer that you can watch it on our website of icccricketlive.net as it does not demand any major changes except a subscription of the low-budget premium package.

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Event format

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is going to take place in the cities of England and Wales countries. This summer the event will take off from the 30 May till the Final on 14 May 2019. The Administration of the tournament is supervised by the officials of International Cricket Council (ICC).

The Format of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is consists of two types which are as follows:

  1. Round Robin
  2. Knock out

In Round Robin format all the 10 teams will meet each other in total 45 matches of the tournament. Each team of the tournament will play 9 matches each, the top four teams out of 10 will qualify for the semi-finals of the ICC CWC 2019.

The Knock-out round of ICC Cricket World Cup will feature the top 4 teams which will come from the group stage. It can be said as the Eliminator or the Semi-finals of the CWC 2019. The winner of semifinals will proceed further to the all-important Final of the World Cup.

Teams

Afghanistan: The newest full member test team Afghanistan have successfully qualified for the 2019 ICC One Day International Cricket World Cup. They qualified in the CWC Qualifier 2018 held in Zimbabwe, defeating West Indies team in the Final. Afghanistan will start their journey in the warm-up matches of CWC against Pakistan on 24 May 2019 and first official match against Australia on 1 June 2019.

Australia: The mighty Aussies are the most successful team in CWC history as they had won 5 ODI Cricket World Cups. The Australian team has the dominance in the cricket for over 20 years and they are the defending champions of the event. Aussies first warm-up is against arch-rival England on 25th May 2019. The first official match will be against Afghanistan on 1st June. They are 5th ranked team these days in the ICC Cricket ODI team rankings.

Bangladesh: The team of fighters, Bangladesh cricket team are the 7th ranked team in the current ICC Cricket ODI rankings. They have great players who can lead them to the top 4 stages of the World Cup. Their highest finish was in the 2015 CWC where they played Quarter Final. Bangladesh will play the first warm-up match of CWC 2019 against Pakistan on Sunday 26th May 2019. The First official ICC Cricket World Cup match of Bangladeshi team will be against South Africa on 2nd June 2019.

England: The founder of the game, England cricket team will jointly host the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 with Wales Cricket. The English team is a great asset to world cricket as they play some fair amount of their created game “Cricket”. Unfortunately, they haven’t won’t the Final of CWC yet but they were runners up in 1979, 1987 and 1992 World Cup events. England Cricket team will start the event with a match against South African Cricket team on Thursday 30 May 2019.

India: The Indian Cricket team is of one of the great teams of the world they twice won the ODI World Cups in 1987 and 2011(at home). Currently, they are the 2nd in ICC One Day International rankings. They will open up their warm-up matches’ account on 25th May against New Zealand and the official match will play against South Africa on 5th June 2019.

New Zealand: The Black Caps were the runners-up in CWC 2015 that was held in Australia and New Zealand. It was their highest rank in all time of their cricketing history, before that they haven’t qualified for the finals. Some of the amazing players were added in the last 10 years to the NZ side which makes them top 3 teams of the ODI. Kiwis will start up their warm-up matches from 25 May 2019 against India and the official game against Sri Lanka on 1st June.

Pakistan: The Green Shirts is the most unpredictable team in all Cricketing nations around the world winning the 1992 Cricket World Cup. They are renowned as one of the best Fast-bowling side which usually won matches because of their bowling. Men in Green have won 479 ODI in their 909 matches till date. They are never the favourite team for the World Cup but they do wonders and amazed everyone in recent events. Pakistan will start their journey in warm-up matches versus Afghanistan and official match against Windies on 31 May 2019.

South Africa: The Proteas is one of the successful teams in ODI format with 377 wins out of 610 total matches. South Africa is always a favourite team because of their consistency but they haven’t qualified for a World Cup Final. They are famous as chokers because they mostly lose at big stages like the World Cup. They qualified 4 times in CWC Semifinals which is the highest finish of the team. Protea team will start warm-up matches against Sri Lanka on 24th May and official match against England on 30th May 2019.

Sri Lanka: Sri Lankan team is also a good cricketing nation that plays the sports since 1975 ODI world cup. They are famous as “The Lions” after the official flag logo. SL won 1996 CWC that held in the Sub-Continent/Asia. Also, they were runners-up twice in two consecutive ODI World Cups. They have some of the big names in the World Cricket. Sri Lanka will start their CWC ride with warm-up matches against South-Africa on 24th May. The first fixture of the team in the World Cup will be against New Zealand on 1st June 2019.

West Indies: The all-time great team West Indies team has won two of the inaugurated ODI World Cups in 1975 and 1979. Windies were known because of their fast bowling and consistent batting. They are the spirit of cricket and produce the best cricketers in the world. Windies team is the most dangerous team of cricket and can change the game very soon. They will start their World Cup trip from warm-up matches against South Africa and New Zealand. Their first official match of CWC 2019 will be against Pakistan on 31st May 2019 in Nottingham.

Venues

Edgbaston, Birmingham: Another old ground of the United Kingdom ready to host its 4th Semi-final and fifth world cup. Warwickshire CCC home ground was established in 1886 and since then it is hosting major events. Edgbaston witness Brian Lara’s knock of 501*, the highest score by a batsman in first-class cricket.

Bristol County Ground, Bristol: The Gloucestershire County Cricket Club is all set to host 3 fixtures of the ICC World Cup 2019. It hosted 1983 and 1999 World Cups matches and recently ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 matches.

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff: Wales managed Cardiff Stadium is the home town to Glamorgan CCC team. It has recently hosted the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Semi-Final. Now it will host 4 World Cup matches.

Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street: The Durham County Cricket Club home ground is one of the most prolific venues, it is hosting World Cup matches for the second time. The first time it was in 1999 Cricket World Cup and now in 2019 CWC. The highest score of the ground is 261/6 made by Pakistan cricket team against Scotland.

Headingley, Leeds: The home of Yorkshire CCC will host 4 group stage matches in the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. This ground has also hosted the past world cup matches in 1975, 79, 83 and 1999. Windies will play here on 4th July who recently won a heroic Test match against England.

Lord's, London: The “Home of Cricket” is all set to host another Final match of the ICC Cricket World Cup like 1975, 79, 83 and 1999 editions. After 20 years this ground is ready for another Final of CWC 2019. The iconic Lords ground is 200 years older, hosted the first test in 1884. It will be a great vibe for everyone who will watch the match there, as it is already sold out!

The Oval, London: It is one of the oldest cricket grounds which was established in 1845 and saw the first test against England and Australia in 1880 since then hosted over 100 test matches. Surrey County Cricket Club home ground Oval has hosted every world cup that played in England since 1975. The famous thing about the stadium is Pakistan’s spinner Saqlain Mushtaq Hat-trick against Zimbabwe (last played CWC match here).

Old Trafford, Manchester: The home of Lancashire County Cricket Club is all set to host 6 games of the tournament including Semi-Final. Well, the ground will host a bigger game than Semi-final in the group stages. Yes, it will be INDIA VS PAKISTAN fixture the most watched international cricket game of the world.

Trent Bridge, Nottingham: The home ground of Nottinghamshire County Cricket Club is the venue of ICC CWC 2019 which hosted almost every Cricket World Cup match since 1975. It is famous because of the top two ODI Targets has been set here. Both records were done by the home team of England. The score of 481/6 in 50 over’s against Australia is the highest ever ODI score.

Rose Bowl, Southampton: The Rose/Hampshire Bowl is the home of Hampshire County Cricket Club that is hosting 50 over’s Cricket World Cup matches for the first time. Although the matches have been played in other ground of Southampton first time here on Rose Bowl. It also hosted 2003 ICC Champions Trophy matches.

Somerset County Ground, Taunton: The home of Somerset CCC in Taunton will host 3 fixtures of the ICC 2019 CWC. It was also used in 1983 and 1999 World Cups and recently hosted 2017 ICC Women’s World Cup.

Fixtures

Date

Time (UK)

Versus

Venue

30 May 2019

10:30

England VS South Africa

The Oval, London

31 May 2019

Pakistan VS West Indies

Trent Bridge, Nottingham

1 June 2019

New Zealand VS Sri Lanka

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

1 June 2019

13:30 (D/N)

Australia VS Afghanistan

County Ground, Bristol

2 June 2019

10:30

 

Bangladesh VS South Africa

The Oval, London

3 June 2019

England VS Pakistan

Trent Bridge, Nottingham

4 June 2019

Afghanistan VS Sri Lanka

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

5 June 2019

India VS South Africa

Rose Bowl, Southampton

5 June 2019

13:30 (D/N)

Bangladesh VS New Zealand

The Oval, London

6 June 2019

10:30

Australia VS West Indies

Trent Bridge, Nottingham

7 June 2019

Pakistan VS Sri Lanka

County Ground, Bristol

8 June 2019

England VS Bangladesh

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

8 June 2019

13:30 (D/N)

Afghanistan VS New Zealand

County Ground, Taunton

9 June 2019

10:30

Australia VS India

The Oval, London

10 June 2019

South Africa VS West Indies

Rose Bowl, Southampton

11 June 2019

Bangladesh VS Sri Lanka

County Ground, Bristol

12 June 2019

Australia VS Pakistan

County Ground, Taunton

13 June 2019

India VS New Zealand

Trent Bridge, Nottingham

14 June 2019

England VS West Indies

Rose Bowl, Southampton

15 June 2019

Australia VS Sri Lanka

The Oval, London

15 June 2019

13:30 (D/N)

Afghanistan VS South Africa

Sophia Gardens, Cardiff

16 June 2019

10:30

India VS Pakistan

Old Trafford, Manchester

17 June 2019

Bangladesh VS West Indies

County Ground, Taunton

18 June 2019

England VS Afghanistan

Old Trafford, Manchester

 

19 June 2019

New Zealand VS South Africa

Edgbaston, Birmingham

20 June 2019

Australia VS Bangladesh

Trent Bridge, Nottingham

21 June 2019

England VS Sri Lanka

Headingley, Leeds

22 June 2019

Afghanistan VS India

Rose Bowl, Southampton

22 June 2019

13:30 (D/N)

New Zealand VS West Indies

Old Trafford, Manchester

23 June 2019

10:30

Pakistan VS South Africa

Lord's, London

24 June 2019

Afghanistan VS Bangladesh

Rose Bowl, Southampton

25 June 2019

England VS Australia

Lord's, London

26 June 2019

New Zealand VS Pakistan

Edgbaston, Birmingham

27 June 2019

India VS West Indies

Old Trafford, Manchester

28 June 2019

South Africa VS Sri Lanka

Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

29 June 2019

Afghanistan VS Pakistan

Headingley, Leeds

29 June 2019

13:30 (D/N)

Australia VS New Zealand

Lord's, London

30 June 2019

10:30

 

England VS India

Edgbaston, Birmingham

1 July 2019

Sri Lanka VS West Indies

Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

2 July 2019

Bangladesh VS India

Edgbaston, Birmingham

3 July 2019

England VS New Zealand

Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

4 July 2019

Afghanistan VS West Indies

Headingley, Leeds

5 July 2019

Bangladesh VS Pakistan

Lord's, London

6 July 2019

India VS Sri Lanka

Headingley, Leeds

6 July 2019

13:30 (D/N)

Australia VS South Africa

Old Trafford, Manchester

Semi-finals

9 July 2019

10:30

Qualifier 1 VS Qualifier 4

Old Trafford, Manchester

11 July 2019

Qualifier 2 VS Qualifier 3

Edgbaston, Birmingham

Final

14 July 2019

10:30

Semi-finalist 1 VS Semi-finalist 2

Lord's, London


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