The ICC Cricket World Cup returns to Hampshire for the first time in 20 years with five fixtures announced for next year's competition.
It has been confirmed that five ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 fixtures will be played at the Hampshire Bowl as the tournament returns to England and Wales next year. The five matches will see England, South Africa, India, West Indies, Bangladesh and Afghanistan all compete at the 'Hampshire Bowl', with matches held at the venue between Wednesday 5th June and Monday 24th June.
South Africa will take on the India in the first match on Wednesday 5th June, while South Africa then play West Indies in the third group game on Monday 10th June.
England then arrive on Friday 14th June to play the West Indies, before the venue hosts India and Afghanistan on Saturday 22nd June. The final group game will see Bangladesh take on Afghanistan on Monday 24th June.
In total, 11 venues will be used for the 12th edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup. Lord’s and The Oval will be used in London, in addition to Edgbaston, Old Trafford, Bristol County Ground, Cardiff Wales Stadium, The Riverside, Headingley, Trent Bridge, The County Ground, Taunton and the Hampshire Bowl.
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