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ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
The biggest event in the World of Cricket, The Cricket World Cup 2015, is just around the corner and it’s just the matter of months now for the big event to approach us. The major decisions have been made, venues have been finalized, preparations are in the final stages, the teams have quicken up their last hour preparations for the big event and we’ll have some exciting cricket to watch pretty soon.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Schedule
Time & Date Match Venue


11:00 local time | 22:00 GMT
1st Match, Pool A: New Zealand vs Sri Lanka Christchurch


14:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
2nd Match, Pool A: Australia vs England Melbourne


14:00 local time | 01:00 GMT
3rd Match, Pool B: South Africa vs Zimbabwe Hamilton


14:00 local time | 03:30 GMT
4th Match, Pool B: India vs Pakistan Adelaide


11:00 local time | 22:00 GMT
5th Match, Pool B: Ireland vs West Indies Nelson


11:00 local time | 22:00 GMT
6th Match, Pool A: New Zealand vs Scotland Dunedin


14:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
7th Match, Pool A: Afghanistan vs Bangladesh Canberra


11:00 local time | 22:00 GMT
8th Match, Pool B: United Arab Emirates vs Zimbabwe Nelson


14:00 local time | 01:00 GMT
9th Match, Pool A: New Zealand vs England Wellington


11:00 local time | 22:00 GMT
10th Match, Pool B: Pakistan vs West Indies Christchurch


13:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
11th Match, Pool A: Australia vs Bangladesh Brisbane


11:00 local time | 22:00 GMT
12th Match, Pool A: Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka Dunedin


14:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
13th Match, Pool B: India vs South Africa Melbourne


11:00 local time | 22:00 GMT
14th Match, Pool A: England vs Scotland Christchurch


14:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
15th Match, Pool B: West Indies vs Zimbabwe Canberra


13:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
16th Match, Pool B: Ireland vs United Arab Emirates Brisbane


11:00 local time | 22:00 GMT
17th Match, Pool A: Afghanistan vs Scotland Dunedin


14:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
18th Match, Pool A: Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Melbourne


14:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
19th Match, Pool B: South Africa vs West Indies Sydney


14:00 local time | 01:00 GMT
20th Match, Pool A: New Zealand vs Australia Auckland


14:30 local time | 06:30 GMT
21st Match, Pool B: India vs United Arab Emirates Perth


11:00 local time | 22:00 GMT
22nd Match, Pool A: England vs Sri Lanka Wellington


13:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
23rd Match, Pool B: Pakistan vs Zimbabwe Brisbane


14:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
24th Match, Pool B: Ireland vs South Africa Canberra


14:00 local time | 01:00 GMT
25th Match, Pool B: Pakistan vs United Arab Emirates Napier


14:30 local time | 06:30 GMT
26th Match, Pool A: Australia vs Afghanistan Perth


11:00 local time | 22:00 GMT
27th Match, Pool A: Bangladesh vs Scotland Nelson


14:30 local time | 06:30 GMT
28th Match, Pool B: India vs West Indies Perth


14:00 local time | 01:00 GMT
29th Match, Pool B: Pakistan vs South Africa Auckland


14:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
30th Match, Pool B: Ireland vs Zimbabwe Hobart


11:00 local time | 22:00 GMT
31st Match, Pool A: New Zealand vs Afghanistan Napier


14:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
32nd Match, Pool A: Australia vs Sri Lanka Sydney


14:00 local time | 03:30 GMT
33rd Match, Pool A: England vs Bangladesh Adelaide


14:00 local time | 01:00 GMT
34th Match, Pool B: India vs Ireland Hamilton


14:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
35th Match, Pool A: Scotland vs Sri Lanka Hobart


14:00 local time | 01:00 GMT
36th Match, Pool B: South Africa vs United Arab Emirates Wellington


14:00 local time | 01:00 GMT
37th Match, Pool A: New Zealand vs Bangladesh Hamilton


14:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
38th Match, Pool A: Afghanistan vs England Sydney


14:00 local time | 01:00 GMT
39th Match, Pool B: India vs Zimbabwe Auckland


14:30 local time | 03:30 GMT
40th Match, Pool A: Australia vs Scotland Hobart


11:00 local time | 22:00 GMT
41st Match, Pool B: United Arab Emirates vs West Indies Napier


14:00 local time | 03:30 GMT
42nd Match, Pool B: Ireland vs Pakistan Adelaide


1st Quarter-Final: TBA vs TBA Sydney


2nd Quarter-Final: TBA vs TBA Melbourne


3rd Quarter-Final: TBA vs TBA Adelaide


4th Quarter-Final: TBA vs TBA Wellington


1st Semi-Final: TBA vs TBA Auckland


2nd Semi-Final: TBA vs TBA Sydney


Final: TBA vs TBA Melbourne


ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 – Quick Overview
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is going to be the 11th event of its kind in the history of cricket, 10 World Cups being played so far, and it will be hosted jointly by New Zealand and Australia. The tournament will be played between February 14th and March 29th which means the event will last for almost one and a half month. The tournament will feature 49 matches that are scheduled across 14 venues, 7 in Australia and 7 in New Zealand, out of which 26 will be played in Australia and 23 games will be hosted by New Zealand. Final of the tournament will be played at MCG in Melbourne, Australia.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Venues
The tournament will be played on 14 venues in New Zealand and Australia. Here is the list of venues for each country:

Venues in Australia
  • Adelaide
  • Hobart
  • Canberra
  • Perth
  • Melbourne
  • Sydney
  • Brisbane
Venues in New Zealand
  • Auckland
  • Dunedin
  • Christchurch
  • Hamilton
  • Nelson
  • Napier
  • Wellington


ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Teams
There are 14 teams that will be participating in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 and these teams have been divided into 2 groups each containing 7 teams. Here are the teams grouped in each pool: Pool A
  • England
  • Sri Lanka
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
  • Bangladesh
  • Scotland
  • Afghanistan
Pool B
  • South Africa
  • Pakistan
  • India
  • West Indies
  • Zimbabwe
  • United Arab Emirates
  • Ireland


ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Format
The number of teams for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is kept the same as that in 2011, i.e. 14, and the affiliate and associate member countries are provided a chance to take part in the mega event.

Furthermore, the format of the tournament is also kept same like of 2011 edition. In initial stages, 14 teams, divided in 2 groups with 7 teams each, will play one another once and then top 4 from each of these two groups will make their way to the knock-out stage starting with the quarter-finals. The winners of quarter-finals will compete in the semi-finals and eventually the winners from semis will compete in the final of the tournament. This way all the teams will have at least 6 games to play whether they are ruled out of the tournament in group stage.

The ten teams of full member countries of ICC qualified for the tournament automatically. Right after the World Cup 2011 ended, a decision was taken that 2015 World Cup would feature only 10 teams from full members but due to immense criticism the decision was retracted and the format was kept the same for the upcoming event as well.

Group Stage
The teams participating in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 are divided into two groups of 7. The tournament will start with the group stage matches and the first match will be played between New Zealand and Sri Lanka at Christchurch on 14th of February. On the same day, Australia will also play its first match against England at Melbourne as well. The group stage will last till 15th of March and will end with the game between Ireland and Pakistan. A total of 42 matches will be played in this stage of the tournament.

Knockout Stage
The knock out stage of the tournament features the Quarterfinals, the Semifinals and the Final. The quarter finals will be played from 18th to 21st of March at Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Wellington. The two semifinals will be played on 24th and 26th of March at Auckland and Sydney. The Final of the tournament will be played at Melbourne on 29th of March.

Even though the venues as well as the dates for this stage of the tournament are fixed as well but the change can be possible for accommodating the teams from host countries if they qualify. In case if Australia makes it to quarter-finals, the match will be played at Adelaide on 20th of March. Similarly, if New Zealand make it to this stage, their match will be played in Wellington on 21st March.

In case if Australia make it to the semis, they’ll play in Sydney on 26th March while if New Zealand qualify for Semis, they’ll play in Auckland on 24th March. If the semi-final comes between New Zealand and Australia, team which finished higher at the end of group stage in the Pool A will get home advantage.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Top Teams
The big cricketing nations are pretty obvious to make it to the final stages of the tournament but, in the past, there have been instances where we had to see some upsets as well. Though it’s too early to predict but India, Sri Lanka and Australia seem to be the favorites to take the title this time around. Here is a brief analysis for each group.

Pool A Analysis
The pool A features Afghanistan, Scotland and Bangladesh which do not seem to have many chances being the smaller sides and not much repute at the International level. So, the main competition here would be between England, Sri Lanka, New Zealand and Australia. With both the host countries in this pool, it seems to be an interesting one and will have more focus of the fans. Sri Lanka are the only Asian side in this pool and with the form they are currently in, they can easily top this group.

Pool B Analysis
In Pool B, the main competition would be between South Africa, Pakistan, West Indies and India and they’ll be likely to make it to the quarter finals. UAE, Zimbabwe and Ireland will just have some practice against the bigger sides of World Cricket. South Africa and India are the strongest sides from this group. West Indies can do some upsets as well. Pakistan have gone through some management shuffles lately and will be expected to give their best as well.