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Cricket World Cup 2019: Table, results, reports and all you need to know

Everything you need to know about how your team has performed and when they next play

The Cricket World Cup 2019 is being held in England and Wales between May 30 and July 14. Reuters
The Cricket World Cup 2019 is being held in England and Wales between May 30 and July 14. Reuters

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Cricket World Cup 2019 results

May 30: England beat South Africa by 104 runs at The Oval, London. Report

May 31: West Indies beat Pakistan by seven wickets in Nottingham. Report

June 1: New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in Cardiff. Report

June 1: Australia beat Afghanistan by seven wickets in Bristol. Report

June 2: Bangladesh beat South Africa by 21 runs at The Oval, London. Report

June 3: Pakistan beat England by 14 runs in Nottingham. Report

June 4: Sri Lanka beat Afghanistan by 34 runs on D/L system in Cardiff. Report

June 5: India defeated South Africa by six wickets in Southampton. Report

June 5: New Zealand beat Bangladesh by two wickets at The Oval, London. Report

June 6: Australia beat West Indies by 15 runs in Nottingham. Report

June 7: Pakistan v Sri Lanka, Bristol. Match rained off - both sides get one point

June 8: England beat Bangladesh by 106 runs in Cardiff. Report

June 8: New Zealand beat Afghanistan by seven wickets in Taunton. Report

June 9: India beat Australia by 36 runs at The Oval, London. Report

June 10: South Africa v West Indies, Southampton. Match rained off - both sides get one point

June 11: Bangladesh v Sri Lanka, Bristol. Match rained off - both sides get one point

June 12: Australia beat Pakistan by 43 runs at Taunton. Report

June 13: India v New Zealand, Nottingham. Match rained off - both sides get one point

June 14: England beat West Indies by eight wickets in Southampton. Report

June 15: Australia beat Sri Lanka by 87 runs at the Oval. Report

June 15: South Africa beat Afghanistan by nine wickets in Cardiff. Report

June 16: India beat Pakistan by 89 runs in Manchester. Report

June 17: Bangladesh beat West Indies by seven wickets in Taunton. Report

June 18: England beat Afghanistan by 150 runs in Manchester. Report

June 19: New Zealand beat South Africa by four wickets in Birmingham. Report

June 20: Australia beat Bangladesh by 48 runs in Nottingham. Report

June 21: Sri Lanka beat England by 20 runs in Leeds. Report

June 22: India beat Afghanistan by 11 runs in Southampton. Report

June 22: New Zealand beat West Indies by five runs in Manchester. Report

June 23: Pakistan beat South Africa by 49 runs at Lord's. Report

June 24: Bangladesh beat Afghanistan by 62 runs in Southampton. Report

June 25: Australia beat England by 64 runs at Lord's. Report

June 26: Pakistan beat New Zealand by six wickets in Birmingham. Report

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Fixtures (all UAE times):

June 27: West Indies v India, Manchester, 1.30pm

June 28: Sri Lanka v South Africa, Chester-le-Street, 1.30pm

June 29: Pakistan v Afghanistan, Leeds, 1.30pm

June 29: New Zealand v Australia, Lord's, 4.30pm

June 30: England v India, Birmingham, 1.30pm

July 1: Sri Lanka v West Indies, Chester-le-Street, 1.30pm

July 2: Bangladesh v India, Birmingham, 1.30pm

July 3: England v New Zealand, Chester-le-Street, 1.30pm

July 4: Afghanistan v West Indies, Leeds, 1.30pm

July 5: Pakistan v Bangladesh, Lord's, 1.30pm

July 6: Sri Lanka v India, Leeds, 1.30pm

July 6: Australia v South Africa, Manchester, 4.30pm

Knockout stages

July 9: 1st semi-final (1 v 4), Manchester, 1.30pm

July 11: 2nd semi-final (2 v 3), Birmingham, 1.30pm

July 14: Final, Lord's, 1.30pm

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The Cricket Pod

Throughout the Cricket World Cup 2019, which runs between May 30 and July 14, The National will keep you up to date with all the action in our weekly podcast.

Hosts Chitrabhanu Kadalayil and Paul Radley will analyse the key results as well as bring you big interviews as the competition unfolds in England and Wales.

Check out the latest edition below.

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How to watch on TV and live streaming in the UAE

To watch the World Cup, tune in to OSN Sports Cricket HD or create an online account with Wavo for US$54 (a little less than Dh200). The account will provide customers access to two channels, OSN Cric Xtra 1 and OSN Cric Xtra 2.

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Prize money

Winners will get US$4 million (Dh14.6m), the highest prize money to date. The total prize pot of $10m will see the runners-up assured of $2m and the losing semi-finalists $800,000 each. There are prizes for each league match won: $40,000, and for passing the league stage: $100,000.

Updated: June 26, 2019 10:40 PM

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