ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Format

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Format

The group stage of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 will see a single set of ten teams, with each team playing the other two teams at a round-robin arrangement. The best four teams in the conclusion of the group stage will advance to the knockout stage comprising of a final plus two semi-finals. The winner from every semi-final will battle it out for the trophy at the final.

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CWC 2019 Latest News and Updates

Shaun Marsh Out of CWC 2019 through Injury (05-July-2019)

Australia batsman Shaun Marsh has been ruled out with a fractured forearm of the remainder of the Cricket World Cup 2019. He sustained the injury after being struck on his right forearm with a Pat Cummins delivery while practicing in the nets on the eve of the final league game against South Africa. The Australia group has declared wicketkeeper-batsman Peter Handscomb as a replacement for Marsh in their group.

Vijay Shankar’s World Cup Campaign Ends Because of Injury (01-July-2019)

India all-rounder Vijay Shankar has been ruled from the rest of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 using a foot injury which kept him out of action against England. Ignoring Ambati Rayudu, the team management has declared uncapped batsman Mayank Agarwal as Shankar’s replacement.

Nuwan Pradeep Ruled Out of CWC 2019 with Chickenpox (01-July-2019)

Sri Lanka pace bowler Nuwan Pradeep was ruled out of the remainder of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 and continues to be shipped back home due to Chickenpox. Kasun Rajitha was known as a like-for-like replacement for Pradeep. He played with a one time international earlier this season in March from South Africa.

Sayed Ahmad Shirzad Replaces Aftab Alam in Afghanistan World Cup Squad(27-June-2019)

The Afghanistan Cricket Board has eliminated pace bowler Aftab Alam from the team’s CWC 2019 squad due to his breach of the ICC’s disciplinary code of conduct. Left-arm seamer Sayed Ahmad Shirzad was named as Alam’s replacement for the remainder of the tournament.

Sunil Ambris Replaces Andre Russell in WI CWC Squad (26-June-2019)

Andre Russell was ruled from this continuing ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 because of a knee injury which had troubled him throughout the championship. The West Indian all-rounder has been replaced in the 15-man squad by batsman Sunil Ambris that has represented his country in six one-day internationals, scoring 316 runs in an average of 105.33. Ambris is set to join with the group ahead of their must-win tie against India on June 27.

Injured Shikhar Dhawan Ruled Out of Cricket World Cup 2019 (19-June-2019)

The Indian team was dealt a massive blow as opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan was ruled out of the remainder of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 because of a fractured left thumb. Dhawan, who sustained the injury while batting throughout the game against Australia, was under observation for more than a week. The Indian team management has requested the ICC for Rishabh Pant as a replacement for Dhawan in the group.

Injured Shikhar Dhawan to Miss Three World Cup Matches (12-June-2019)

India opening batsman Shikhar Dhawan suffered a thumb injury in the game against Australia last Sunday along with his involvement in the remainder of this World Cup is in doubt. Dhawan was struck on the thumb by a climbing Pat Cummins delivery and was sent for scans that revealed a hairline fracture. He’s currently under the monitoring of the group direction and is set to miss India’s next three games – from New Zealand, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Rishabh Pant has been called in as cover for Dhawan.

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