CWC 2019: A Look Back At How West Indies Fared At The Last Edition Of ICC Cricket World Cup
The 12th edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup will begin from May 30 and will be held in England and Wales. Ten teams will participate in the mega sporting event. Currently, the warm-up matches are going on. Ahead of the tournament, let’s take a look at how the Jason Holder led West Indian team performed during the 2015 World Cup.
CWC 2019: Hardik Pandya and Other Indian Cricketers Who Will Be Playing First ODI Cricket World Cup
CWC 2019: The ICC cricket World Cup is all set to begin from May 30 and will be held in England and Wales. After playing the India Premier League, the Indian team is now all set to play the World Cup. The Indian selectors have included young talent and experienced players in the team. Hopes are high from the young talent who will play the World Cup for the first time.
Which Teams Go Into The ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 As Underdogs?
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: Every big tournament has dark horses and underdogs and the ICC Cricket World Cup is no exception. India, England, defending champions Australia, New Zealand are most favourites to make it to last four while Pakistan and South Africa’s qualification won’t come as a shocker. West Indies, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will enter the tournament as underdogs and if any of them make it to the semi-finals, it will be bit surprising.
ICC World Cup 2019: Jasprit Bumrah, Kagiso Rabada & Other Young Talent To Look Forward To In CWC
ICC World Cup 2019: The 12th edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is just a fortnight away and players are getting ready for the most important cricketing event this season. Ten teams will battle it out to win the trophy. Let’s take a look at the young stars who will make their debut this World Cup.
Ahead of ICC CWC 2019, Here's a Look At Records And Stats of Cricket World Cup
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019: The 12th edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup will begin on May 30. It will feature ten teams and will be a 46 day long tournament. Ten teams will participate in this edition of the World Cup instead of 14 teams which played in 2011 and 2015. Australia is the defending champions as they took home the trophy in 2015.