ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Sortable Live TV Fixtures
With at least one match from the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 to run almost every day for the next seven weeks, it’s going to be hard to keep on top of who’s playing who, and when. To make it a little easier, we’ve created a sortable fixtures table with all the live CWC19 TV times that you can check out below, and which lists every single upcoming match at the tournament. The list is sorted by date, but if you want it in a different order simply click on the arrows at the top of the relevant column.
Every CWC19 Match LIVE or On-Demand
You’ll notice that every match involving Australia throughout the event will be aired on Channel Nine, as well as Kayo and Foxtel. The GEM channel have picked up the opening match, England vs South Africa, but aside from that group very few matches are set to be broadcast on the only Cricket World Cup free to air network in Australia. For comparison, the streaming platform Kayo Sports will have comprehensive coverage of each and every match, airing every single delivery of the World Cup live and in High Definition. Kayo also offers free Cricket World Cup on demand ‘minis’, a unique replay option that condenses a 4 hour match into just 15-20 minutes. A total of 48 matches available to watch live, or catch on-demand at a time that’s more convenient.
This will allow cricket lovers to consume more of the biggest event on the global cricketing calendar than ever before. And what’s more, the early innings will generally run right through prime TV time, with the first delivery of most matches to be bowled at 7.30pm for Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane viewers, 7.00pm for Adelaide viewers, and 5.30pm for those tuning in from Perth. So be sure to check out the 14 days Kayo free trial offering, and start streaming the Cricket World Cup live in Australia.
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|Date||Time (AEST)||Teams||Teams||Venue||Venue||Time (GMT)||Score|
|Thu 30 May||19:30||England South Africa||England vs South Africa||The Oval,|
|The Oval, London||10:30||England 8/311 def South Africa 207|
|Fri 31 May||19:30||West Indies Pakistan||West Indies vs Pakistan||Trent Bridge,|
|Trent Bridge, Nottingham||10:30||Pakistan 105 lost to West Indies 3/108 (13.4 overs)|
|Sat 01 June||19:30||New Zealand Sri Lanka||New Zealand vs Sri Lanka||Cardiff Wales Stadium,|
|Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff||10:30||Sri Lanka 136 lost to New Zealand 0/137 (16.1 overs)|
|Sat 01 June||22:30||Afghanistan Australia||Afghanistan vs Australia||Bristol County Ground,|
|Bristol County Ground, Bristol||13:30||Afghanistan 207 lost to Australia 3/209 (34.5 overs)|
|Sun 02 June||19:30||South Africa Bangladesh||South Africa vs Bangladesh||The Oval,|
|The Oval, London||10:30||Bangladesh 6/330 def South Africa 8/309|
|Mon 03 June||19:30||England Pakistan||England vs Pakistan||Trent Bridge,|
|Trent Bridge, Nottingham||10:30||Pakistan 8/348 def England 9/334|
|Tue 04 June||19:30||Afghanistan Sri Lanka||Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka||Cardiff Wales Stadium,|
|Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff||10:30||Sri Lanka 201 def Afghanistan 152|
|Wed 05 June||19:30||South Africa India||South Africa vs India||The Ageas Bowl,|
|The Ageas Bowl, Southampton||10:30||South Africa 9/227 lost to India 4/230 (47.3 overs)|
|Wed 05 June||22:30||Bangladesh New Zealand||Bangladesh vs New Zealand||The Oval,|
|The Oval, London||13:30||Bangladesh 244 lost to New Zealand 8/248 (47.1 overs)|
|Thu 06 June||19:30||Australia West Indies||Australia vs West Indies||Trent Bridge,|
|Trent Bridge, Nottingham||10:30||Australia 288 def West Indies 9/273|
|Fri 07 June||19:30||Pakistan Sri Lanka||Pakistan vs Sri Lanka||Bristol County Ground,|
|Bristol County Ground, Bristol||10:30||Match abandoned|
|Sat 08 June||19:30||England Bangladesh||England vs Bangladesh||Cardiff Wales Stadium,|
|Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff||10:30||England 6/386 def Bangladesh 280|
|Sat 08 June||22:30||Afghanistan New Zealand||Afghanistan vs New Zealand||The County Ground,|
|The County Ground, Taunton||13:30||Afghanistan 172 lost to New Zealand 3/173 (32.1 overs)|
|Sun 09 June||19:30||India Australia||India vs Australia||The Oval,|
|The Oval, London||10:30||India 5/352 def Australia 316|
|Mon 10 June||19:30||South Africa West Indies||South Africa vs West Indies||The Ageas Bowl,|
|The Ageas Bowl, Southampton||10:30||Match abandoned|
|Tue 11 June||19:30||Bangladesh Sri Lanka||Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka||Bristol County Ground,|
|Bristol County Ground, Bristol||10:30||Match abandoned|
|Wed 12 June||19:30||Australia Pakistan||Australia vs Pakistan||The County Ground,|
|The County Ground, Taunton||10:30||Australia 307 def Pakistan 266|
|Thu 13 June||19:30||India New Zealand||India vs New Zealand||Trent Bridge,|
|Trent Bridge, Nottingham||10:30||Match abandoned|
|Fri 14 June||19:30||England West Indies||England vs West Indies||The Ageas Bowl,|
|The Ageas Bowl, Southampton||10:30||West Indies 212 lost to England 2/213 (33.1 overs)|
|Sat 15 June||19:30||Sri Lanka Australia||Sri Lanka vs Australia||The Oval,|
|The Oval, London||10:30||Australia 7/334 def Sri Lanka 247|
|Sat 15 June||22:30||South Africa Afghanistan||South Africa vs Afghanistan||Cardiff Wales Stadium,|
|Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff||13:30||Afghanistan 125 lost to South Africa 1/131 (28.4 overs)|
|Sun 16 June||19:30||India Pakistan||India vs Pakistan||Old Trafford,|
|Old Trafford, Manchester||10:30||India 5/336 def Pakistan 6/212 (40 overs, target 302)|
|Mon 17 June||19:30||West Indies Bangladesh||West Indies vs Bangladesh||The County Ground,|
|The County Ground, Taunton||10:30||West Indies 8/321 lost to Bangladesh 3/322 (41.3 overs)|
|Tue 18 June||19:30||England Afghanistan||England vs Afghanistan||Old Trafford,|
|Old Trafford, Manchester||10:30||England 6/397 def Afghanistan 8/247|
|Wed 19 June||19:30||New Zealand South Africa||New Zealand vs South Africa||Edgbaston,|
|Edgbaston, Birmingham||10:30||South Africa 6/241 lost to New Zealand 6/245 (48.3/49 overs)|
|Thu 20 June||19:30||Australia Bangladesh||Australia vs Bangladesh||Trent Bridge,|
|Trent Bridge, Nottingham||10:30||Australia 5/381 def Bangladesh 8/333|
|Fri 21 June||19:30||England Sri Lanka||England vs Sri Lanka||Headingley,|
|Headingley, Leeds||10:30||Sri Lanka 9/232 def England 212|
|Sat 22 June||19:30||India Afghanistan||India vs Afghanistan||The Ageas Bowl,|
|The Ageas Bowl, Southampton||10:30||8/224 def Afghanistan 213|
|Sat 22 June||22:30||West Indies New Zealand||West Indies vs New Zealand||Old Trafford,|
|Old Trafford, Manchester||13:30||New Zealand 8/291 def West Indies 286 (49/50 overs)|
|Sun 23 June||19:30||Pakistan South Africa||Pakistan vs South Africa||Lord's Cricket Ground,|
|Lord's Cricket Ground, London||10:30||Pakistan 7/308 def South Africa 9/259|
|Mon 24 June||19:30||Bangladesh Afghanistan||Bangladesh vs Afghanistan||The Ageas Bowl,|
|The Ageas Bowl, Southampton||10:30||Bangladesh 7/262 def Afghanistan 200|
|Tue 25 June||19:30||England Australia||England vs Australia||Lord's Cricket Ground,|
|Lord's Cricket Ground, London||10:30||Australia 7/285 def England 221|
|Wed 26 June||19:30||New Zealand Pakistan||New Zealand vs Pakistan||Edgbaston,|
|Edgbaston, Birmingham||10:30||New Zealand 6/237 lost to Pakistan 4/241 (49.1 overs)|
|Thu 27 June||19:30||West Indies India||West Indies vs India||Old Trafford,|
|Old Trafford, Manchester||10:30||India 7/268 def West Indies 143|
|Fri 28 June||19:30||Sri Lanka South Africa||Sri Lanka vs South Africa||Emirates Riverside,|
|Emirates Riverside, Chester-le-Street||10:30||Sri Lanka 203 lost to South Africa 1/206 (37.2 overs)|
|Sat 29 June||19:30||Pakistan Afghanistan||Pakistan vs Afghanistan||Headingley,|
|Headingley, Leeds||10:30||Afghanistan 9/227 lost to Pakistan 7/230 (49.4 overs)|
|Sat 29 June||22:30||New Zealand Australia||New Zealand vs Australia||Lord's Cricket Ground,|
|Lord's Cricket Ground, London||13:30||Australia 9/243 def New Zealand 157|
|Sun 30 June||19:30||England India||England vs India||Edgbaston,|
|Edgbaston, Birmingham||10:30||England 7/337 def India 5/306|
|Mon 01 July||19:30||Sri Lanka West Indies||Sri Lanka vs West Indies||Emirates Riverside,|
|Emirates Riverside, Chester-le-Street||10:30||Sri Lanka 6/338 def West Indies 9/315|
|Tue 02 July||19:30||Bangladesh India||Bangladesh vs India||Edgbaston,|
|Edgbaston, Birmingham||10:30||India 9/314 def Bangladesh 286|
|Wed 03 July||19:30||England New Zealand||England vs New Zealand||Emirates Riverside,|
|Emirates Riverside, Chester-le-Street||10:30||England 8/305 def New Zealand 186|
|Thu 04 July||19:30||Afghanistan West Indies||Afghanistan vs West Indies||Headingley,|
|Headingley, Leeds||10:30||West Indies 6/311 def Afghanistan 288|
|Fri 05 July||19:30||Pakistan Bangladesh||Pakistan vs Bangladesh||Lord's Cricket Ground,|
|Lord's Cricket Ground, London||10:30||Pakistan 9/315 def Bangladesh 221|
|Sat 06 July||19:30||Sri Lanka India||Sri Lanka vs India||Headingley,|
|Headingley, Leeds||10:30||Sri Lanka 7/264 lost to India 3/265 (43.3 overs)|
|Sat 06 July||22:30||Australia South Africa||Australia vs South Africa||Old Trafford,|
|Old Trafford, Manchester||13:30||South Africa 6/325 def Australia 315|
|Tue 09 July||19:30||India vs New Zealand||India vs New Zealand||Old Trafford,|
|Old Trafford, Manchester||10:30||New Zealand 8/239 def India 221|
|Thu 11 July||19:30||Australia vs England||Australia vs England||Edgbaston,|
|Edgbaston, Birmingham||10:30||Australia 223 lost to England 2/226 (32.1 overs)|
|Sun 14 July||19:30||New Zealand vs England||New Zealand vs England||Lord's Cricket Ground,|
|Lord's Cricket Ground, London||10:30||N ew Zealand 8/241 lost to England 241 (Super Over also tied on 15, England win on boundary countback)|
Watch all 48 World Cup Fixtures LIVE
Kayo Sports’ coverage of the World Cup won’t be limited to the matches involving Australia and the other major players at the event. All ten participating teams, whether it be England or New Zealand, India or South Africa, will be available to stream live during play, or you can choose to watch the match on demand at a time which better suits you. This includes all 48 fixtures on the World Cup calendar, from the opener on 30 May right through until the Final on 14 July.
India will head into the tournament as one of the favourites, and they will expect to be advancing through to the semi-finals and quite possibly beyond.
New Zealand has never won a World Cup, but as the number four ranked team they are a genuine chance to take out their first this year.
England is the number one ranked side in the world, and with the advantage of playing at home in familiar conditions, they are a great chance to take out their first ever World Cup trophy.
The West Indies aren’t quite the force they once were. After winning the first two World Cups they have turned their focus towards T20’s. Can the Windies advance out of the Group stage?
South Africa is the number three ranked side in the world, it would surprise no one to see them still standing on the final day of the tournament.
Australia are the defending champs and appear to have found their form, can they make it five wins in the last six Cricket World Cups?
Pakistan has won just a solitary World Cup in its history, can they surprise a few sides and play an important role in shaping this year’s outcome?
Sri Lanka is another side looking to play tournament spoiler, can they take down one of the highly ranked teams and impact the final standings?
Afghanistan will play in just its second World Cup in 2019, and it wouldn’t surprise to see them pull an upset or two during the Group Stage.
Bangladesh has been improving their game, and are also a good chance to earn a win against a more highly fancied opponent.