May 23, 2019 / 2:10 PM / a month ago

Cricket; Guide to World Cup 2019

(Reuters) - Factbox on the 12th edition of the Cricket World Cup, which will be co-hosted by England and Wales from May 30-July 14:

FIXTURES

May 30 England v South Africa (The Oval, London)

May 31 West Indies v Pakistan (Nottingham)

June 1 New Zealand v Sri Lanka (Cardiff)

Afghanistan v Australia (Bristol)

June 2 South Africa v Bangladesh (The Oval, London)

June 3 England v Pakistan (Nottingham)

June 4 Afghanistan v Sri Lanka (Cardiff)

June 5 South Africa v India (Southampton)

Bangladesh v New Zealand (The Oval, London)

June 6 Australia v West Indies (Nottingham)

June 7 Pakistan v Sri Lanka (Bristol)

June 8 England v Bangladesh (Cardiff)

Afghanistan v New Zealand (Taunton)

June 9 India v Australia (The Oval, London)

June 10 South Africa v West Indies (Southampton)

June 11 Bangladesh v Sri Lanka (Bristol)

June 12 Australia v Pakistan (Taunton)

June 13 India v New Zealand (Nottingham)

June 14 England v West Indies (Southampton)

June 15 Sri Lanka v Australia (The Oval, London)

South Africa v Afghanistan (Cardiff)

June 16 India v Pakistan (Manchester)

June 17 West Indies v Bangladesh (Taunton)

June 18 England v Afghanistan (Manchester)

June 19 New Zealand v South Africa (Birmingham)

June 20 Australia v Bangladesh (Nottingham)

June 21 England v Sri Lanka (Leeds)

June 22 India v Afghanistan (Southampton)

West Indies v New Zealand (Manchester)

June 23 Pakistan v South Africa (Lord’s, London)

June 24 Bangladesh v Afghanistan (Southampton)

June 25 England v Australia (Lord’s, London)

June 26 New Zealand v Pakistan (Birmingham)

June 27 West Indies v India (Manchester)

June 28 Sri Lanka v South Africa (Chester-le-Street)

June 29 Pakistan v Afghanistan (Leeds)

New Zealand v Australia (Lord’s, London)

June 30 England v India (Birmingham)

July 1 Sri Lanka v West Indies (Chester-le-Street)

July 2 Bangladesh v India (Birmingham)

July 3 England v New Zealand (Chester-le-Street)

July 4 Afghanistan v West Indies (Leeds)

July 5 Pakistan v Bangladesh (Lord’s, London)

July 6 Sri Lanka v India (Leeds)

Australia v South Africa (Manchester)

July 9 Semi-final 1 - Q1 v Q4 (Manchester)

July 11 Semi-final 2 - Q2 v Q3 (Birmingham)

July 14 Final (Lord’s, London)

VENUES AND CAPACITY

Lord’s, London - 28,500

The Oval, London - 25,000

Trent Bridge, Nottingham - 17,000

The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street - 14,000

Old Trafford, Manchester - 24,600

Headingley, Leeds - 18,350

Hampshire Bowl, Southampton - 17,000

Edgbaston, Birmingham - 24,500

County Ground Taunton, Taunton - 8,000

Bristol County Ground, Bristol - 11,000

Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff - 15,200

ODDS

2/1 England

11/4 India

4/1 Australia

8/1 South Africa

9/1 New Zealand

10/1 Pakistan

12/1 Windies

40/1 Sri Lanka

66/1 Afghanistan

80/1 Bangladesh

* Odds supplied by William Hill

PREVIOUS WINNERS

2015 - Australia beat New Zealand by seven wickets

2011 - India beat Sri Lanka by six wickets

2007 - Australia beat Sri Lanka by 53 Runs (D/L)

2003 - Australia beat India by 125 runs

1999 - Australia beat Pakistan by eight wickets

1996 - Sri Lanka beat Australia by seven wickets

1992 - Pakistan beat England by 22 runs

1987 - Australia beat England by seven runs

1983 - India beat West Indies by 43 runs

1979 - West Indies beat England by 92 runs

1975 - West Indies beat Australia by 17 runs

Compiled by Shrivathsa Sridhar in Bengaluru; Editing by Greg Stutchbury

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