Cricket World Cup 2019 Fever started. Who will take the glory?

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  • #5178

    Cricket World Cup 2019 is organizing in the Country who is inventor of this sports, England.

    Points Table

    This Year ICC changed the format and now only Top 10 ranked player can play. Also in this format teams will get chance to bounce back. Following are the results.

    SEMIFINALS

    • Semifinal 1 – IND vs NZ – 9th July 2019 – NZ won by 18 runs and advanced as First Finalist (Match completed in two days because of rain)
    • Semifinal 2 – AUS vs ENG – 11th July 2019 –  ENG won by 8 wickets (Getting into Finals after 27 Years. First Loss of Australia in Semifinals)

    FINALS (This time we will have new Winner)

    NZ vs ENG – 14th July 2019 – ENG won on the basis of more number of boundaries. 24-16. Yes this is the winning score because Match was tied and then played super over and that was also tied. 

    50 Overs –

    • NZ : 241/8 (14 Fours, 2 Sixes)
    • ENG: 241/10 (22 Fours, 2 Sixes)

    Super Over –

    • ENG : 15/0
    • NZ: 15/1

    ENG Won on the basis of number of boundaries and lifted world cup first time.

     

    Following teams are fighting for Glory as IND and ENG as favorites (as per their ICC Ranking updated on 14th July 2019)

    1. England
    2. India
    3. New Zealand
    4. Australia
    5. South Africa
    6. Pakistan
    7. Bangladesh
    8. Sri Lanka
    9. West Indies
    10. Afganistan

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  • #5186

    My Prediction is England

  • #5304

    Not sure how many matches would be abandoned, already three matches are abandoned in out of 17 matches happened till date.

  • #5346

    Four Out of 19 Matches were Abandoned because of Rain. SL suffered two matches, PAK, BAN, IND, NZ, WI, SA suffered One match each

    Following Matches Abandoned

    • PAK vs SL
    • WI vs SA
    • BAN vs SL
    • IND vs NZ

    Is this good for the tournament like World Cup, It is not only break the rhythm but also affected the points table.

     

  • #5493

    STATS of World Cup 2019

    Best Batsman in World cup 2019 so far (Updated as on 15th July 2019)

    1. Rohit Sharma (IND) – 648 Runs (9 Matches) – Best Score : 140 (5 100s/1 50s)
    2. David Warner (AUS) – 647 Runs (10 Matches) – Best Score: 166 (3 100s/3 50s)
    3. Shakib Al Hasan (BAN) – 606 Runs (8 Matches) – Best Score : 124* (2 100s/5 50s)
    4. Kane Williamson (NZ) – 578 Runs (10 Matches) – Best Score : 148 (2 100s/2 50s) – PLAYER OF THE TOURNAMENT
    5. Joe Root (ENG) – 556 Runs (11 Matches) – Best Score : 107 (2 100s/3 50s)

    Best Bowler in World Cup 2019 so far (Updated as on 15th July 2019)

    1. MA Starc (AUS) – 27 Wickets (10 Matches) – Best Figure: 5/26 (2 5wkts/2 4 wkts)
    2. LH Ferguson (NZ) – 21 Wickets (9 Matches) – Best Figure: 4/27 (1 4 wkts)
    3. JC Archer (ENG) – 20 Wickets (11 Matches) – Best Figure : 3/27
    4. Mustafizur Rehman (BAN) – 20 Wickets (8 Matches) – Best Figure : 5/59 (2 5 Wkts)
    5. Jasprit Bumrah (IND) – 18 Wickets (9 Matches) – Best Figure: 4/55 (1 4 wkts)

    Best Wicketkeeper in World Cup 2019 so far (Updated as on 15th July 2019)

    1. Tom Latham (NZ) – 21 Dismissals (10 Matches) – 21 Ct – Best: 5 Dis (5 Ct)
    2. Alex Carey (AUS) – 20 Dismissals (10 Matches) – 18 Ct, 2 St – Best : 5 Dis (4 ct, 1 St)
    3. Shai Hope (WI) – 16 Dismissals (9 Matches) – 16 Ct – Best : 4 Dis (4 Ct)
    4. Sarfaraz Ahmed (PAK) – 14 Dismissals (8 Matches) – 13 Ct 1 St- Best: 3 Dis(3 Ct)
    5. Jos Buttler (ENG) – 14 Dismissals (11 Matches) – 12 Ct, 2 St – Best: 3 Dis (2 Ct, 1 St)

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