2019 West Indies Cricket World Cup Team Matches | Squad | Fixtures - Results

West Indies Cricket Team

2019 West Indies Cricket World Cup Team Matches | Squad | Fixtures - Results

Get 2019 West Indies Cricket World Cup Team Matches | Squad | Fixtures - Results


West Indies Cricket Team

All-time great team, West Indies have won two of the first ODI World Cups held 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 ride 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.

In the last ICC Cricket World Cup that held in 2015, West Indies was an in-form team and scoring over 300 in every match of the World Cup. They beat every good team in their group stages and qualify for the quarter-finals where host New Zealand beats them with a heavy margin of the score.

2015 ICC Cricket World Cup West Indies Results



Group Stage

West Indies 304/7 (50/50 ov)

Ireland 307/6 (45.5/50 ov)

Ireland won by 4 wickets (with 25 balls remaining)

West Indies 310/6 (50/50 ov)

Pakistan 160 (39/50 ov)

West Indies won by 150 runs

West Indies 372/2 (50/50 ov)

Zimbabwe 289 (44.3/48 ov, target: 363)

West Indies won by 73 runs (D/L method)

South Africa 408/5 (50/50 ov)

West Indies 151 (33.1/50 ov)

South Africa won by 257 runs

West Indies 182 (44.2/50 ov)

India 185/6 (39.1/50 ov)

India won by 4 wickets (with 65 balls remaining)

United Arab Emirates 175 (47.4/50 ov)

West Indies 176/4 (30.3/50 ov)

West Indies won by 6 wickets (with 117 balls remaining)

Quarter Final

New Zealand 393/6 (50/50 ov)

West Indies 250 (30.3/50 ov)

New Zealand won by 143 runs


The dangerous team of Cricket was cut-off in the quarter-finals after great World Cup journey in Australia and New Zealand. They ended their matches against hosts NZ, who puts them out in 30 overs. Few of the star players will also play again in the upcoming ICC World Cup 2019 in England. Check the West Indies full team given below.

West Indies Squad 2019 Cricket World Cup

Jason Holder (captain): The Right-hand bowling all-rounder Holder will captain the side in this ICC Cricket World Cup as well. He was appointed as captain in past World Cup, Jason has tall height and has strong hitting skills. He plays as a medium-fast bowler in the side, since his debut in February 2013 he has taken 119 wickets in 90 ODIs. He also has 1471 runs with his name with an average of 26.

Shai Hope (wk): The Right-hand wicketkeeper-batsman Shai Hope will do the keeping duties for his team. He ODI debut in November 2016 against Sri Lanka. Shai Hope is great with the bat, scores 1777 runs in 49 matches with an average of 45.56 (nearly 46). Hope also took 47 catches and had done stumpings 8 times.

Chris Gayle: Left-hand opening batsman and the right-hand off-spin bowler is the Christopher Henry Gayle, who is known as “The Universe Boss” for Cricket. Because of his exceptional hitting power, Gayle is the must-watch player of the Cricketing World. The Debutant of last century is Chris Gayle, who still can hit long sixes. He had 289 ODIs, 103 Intl. Tests and many T20 matches experiences. Gayle scored 10151 runs in 283 batting innings and took 165 wickets in 195 bowling innings.

Evin Lewis: The Left-hand opening batsman Evin Lewis is the T20 power hitting batsman which was included in ODIs later. He made ODI debut against Pakistan in October 2016, scores 1010 runs in 32 innings of 35 ODIs. He has 2 centuries in ODI as well in T20Is.

Darren Bravo: The Left-hand top-order batsman who made his ODI debut in June 2009 against India. He has scored 2784 runs in 98 innings of 102 ODIs with an average of 32.

Shimron Hetmyer: The Left-hand top-order batsman, Hetmyer is the young lad who made ODI debut in December 2017. So far, he puts a good impression and scores 899 runs in 24 innings of 25 ODI matches with help of 4 centuries and 2 half-centuries. He averages 41 in ODIs.

Andre Russell: The right-hand power hitter Russell plays as an all-rounder in the team. He made ODI debut in 2011 World Cup, scores 998 runs in 44 innings of 52 matches with a strike rate of 130. He also has 65 ODI wickets in 52 matches.

Carlos Brathwaite: The Right-hand fast-medium bowler and hard-hitting batsman play as an All-rounder in the team. He puts his name in the history books by hitting 4 sixes on 4 balls against England that earned his team 2016 ICC World Cup T20 Final Trophy. He made an impeccable name in history, which made him T20 Captain as well. He has played 33 ODI matches and scored 389 runs and also took 31 wickets.

Nicholas Pooran (wk): The Left-hand wicketkeeper-batsman has only played 1 ODI in his career. He has been picked in World Cup Squad as the second wicketkeeper of the side. He has great T20 batting strike rate.

Ashley Nurse: The Right-arm off-break spinner plays as Bowler in the side but he can bat as well. Making his debut in November 2016, he has taken 42 wickets in 42 bowling innings of 45 ODI matches. Nurse also scored 449 runs in 36 batting innings with an average of 20 and strike rate of nearly 100 in ODIs.

Shannon Gabriel: The Right-arm fast bowler made ODI debut for Windies in June 2016 against Australia. He had played 18 ODI matches and took 23 wickets for his side; he is the main strike bowler in Test matches.

Kemar Roach: The Right-arm fast bowler is Roach who made ODI debut in August 2008 and has made 80 ODIs. He is the main front-line paceman for the Windies in every format of the game. Roach has taken 114 ODI wickets in 79 bowling innings.

Fabian Allen: The Slow left-arm orthodox bowler is new to the West Indies and has played only 4 ODIs.

Sheldon Cottrell: The Left-arm fast-medium bowler also recently added in the Windies side and only played 10 ODIs. He took 15 wickets in 9 bowling innings.

Oshane Thomas: The 22-year young-lad plays as a right-arm fast bowler for Windies team. Made his ODI debut in November 2018, Thomas has played 9 matches and took 15 wickets.

The given list is the West Indies 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup Schedule, they will start their journey of World Cup on 31 May 2019.

West Indies Fixtures 2019 Cricket World Cup


Time (UK)



31 May 2019


Pakistan VS West Indies

Trent Bridge, Nottingham

6 June 2019


Australia VS West Indies

Trent Bridge, Nottingham

10 June 2019


South Africa VS West Indies

Rose Bowl, Southampton

14 June 2019


England VS West Indies

Rose Bowl, Southampton

17 June 2019


Bangladesh VS West Indies

County Ground, Taunton

22 June 2019

13:30 (D/N)

New Zealand VS West Indies

Old Trafford, Manchester

27 June 2019


India VS West Indies

Old Trafford, Manchester

1 July 2019    


Sri Lanka VS West Indies

Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street

4 July 2019    


Afghanistan VS West Indies

Headingley, Leeds

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