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BC-CRI--World Cup Glance,1st Ld-Writethru

BC-CRI--World Cup Glance,1st Ld-Writethru

BC-CRI--World Cup Glance, 1st Ld-Writethru,1095Cricket World Cup Glance

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QUARTERFINALS
Wednesday, March 18
Sydney

Sri Lanka vs. South Africa, 0300 GMT

Thursday, March 19
Melbourne, Australia

Bangladesh vs. India, 0330 GMT

Friday, March 20
Adelaide, Australia

Australia vs. Pakistan, 0330 GMT

Saturday, March 21
Wellington, New Zealand

New Zealand vs. West Indies, 0100 GMT

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SEMIFINALS
Tuesday, March 24
Auckland, New Zealand

New Zealand-West Indies winner vs. Sri Lanka-South Africa winner, 0100 GMT

Thursday, March 26
Sydney

Bangladesh-India winner vs. Australia-Pakistan winner, 0330 GMT

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FINAL
Sunday, March 29
Melbourne, Australia

Semifinal winners, 0330 GMT

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Preliminary Matches
POOL A
GP W T NR L NRR Pts
x-New Zealand 6 6 0 0 0 +2.564 12
x-Australia 6 4 0 1 1 +2.257 9
x-Sri Lanka 6 4 0 0 2 +0.371 8
x-Bangladesh 6 3 0 1 2 +0.136 7
England 6 2 0 0 4 -0.753 4
Afghanistan 6 1 0 0 5 -1.853 2
Scotland 6 0 0 0 6 -2.218 0
POOL B
GP W T NR L NRR Pts
x-India 6 6 0 0 0 +1.827 12
x-South Africa 6 4 0 0 2 +1.707 8
x-Pakistan 6 4 0 0 2 -0.085 8
x-West Indies 6 3 0 0 3 -0.053 6
Ireland 6 3 0 0 3 -0.933 6
Zimbabwe 6 1 0 0 5 -0.527 2
United Arab Emirates 6 0 0 0 6 -2.032 0

x-advanced to quarterfinals

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POOL STAGE
Saturday, Feb. 14
Christchurch, New Zealand

New Zealand, 331-6, def. Sri Lanka, 233 all out (46.1 overs), by 98 runs

Melbourne, Australia

Australia, 342-9, def. England, 231 all out (41.5 overs), by 111 runs

Sunday, Feb. 15
Hamilton, New Zealand

South Africa, 339-4, def. Zimbabwe, 277 all out (48.2 overs), by 62 runs

Adelaide, Australia

India, 300-7, def. Pakistan, 224 all out (47 overs), by 76 runs

Monday, Feb. 16
Nelson, New Zealand

Ireland 307-6 (45.5 overs), def. West Indies, 304-7, by 4 wickets

Tuesday, Feb. 17
Dunedin, New Zealand

New Zealand, 146-7 (24.5 overs), def. Scotland, 142 all out (36.2 overs), by 3 wickets

Wednesday, Feb. 18
Canberra, Australia

Bangladesh 267 all out, def. Afghanistan, 162 all out (42.5 overs), by 105 runs

Thursday, Feb. 19
Nelson, New Zealand

Zimbabwe, 286-6 (48 overs), def. United Arab Emirates, 285-7, by 4 wickets

Friday, Feb. 20
Wellington, New Zealand

New Zealand, 125-2 (12.2 overs), def. England 123 all out (33.2 overs), by 8 wickets

Saturday, Feb. 21
Christchurch, New Zealand

West Indies, 310-6, def.Pakistan, 160 all out (39 overs) by 150 runs

Brisbane, Australia

Australia vs. Bangladesh, match abandoned, rain, no result

Sunday, Feb. 22
Dunedin, New Zealand

Sri Lanka, 236-6 (48.2 overs) def. Afghanistan 232 (49.4 overs) by 4 wickets

Melbourne, Australia

India 307-7, def. South Africa, 177 all out (40.2 overs) by 130 runs

Monday, Feb. 23
Christchurch, New Zealand

England, 303-8, def. Scotland, 184 all out (42.2 overs), by 119 runs

Tuesday, Feb. 24
Canberra, Australia

West Indies, 372-2, def. Zimbabwe, 289 all out (44.3 overs) by 73 runs Duckworth-Lewis method

Wednesday, Feb. 25
Brisbane, Australia

Ireland 279-8 (49.2 overs), def. United Arab Emirates, 278-9, by 2 wickets.

Thursday, Feb. 26
Dunedin, New Zealand

Afghanistan 211-9 (49.3 overs), def. Scotland, 210 all out, by 1 wicket

Melbourne, Australia

Sri Lanka, 332-1, def. Bangladesh,240 all out (47 overs), by 92 runs

Friday, Feb. 27
Sydney

South Africa, 408-5, def. West Indies 151 all out (33.1 overs), by 257 runs

Saturday, Feb. 28
Auckland, New Zealand

New Zealand 152-9 (23.1 overs) def. Australia, 151 all out (32.2 overs) by 1 wicket

Perth, Australia

India, 104-1 (18.5 overs) def. United Arab Emirates, 102 all out (31.3 overs) by 9 wickets<Sunday, March 1

Wellington, New Zealand

Sri Lanka, 31-1 (47.2 overs) def. England, 309-6, by 9 wickets.

Brisbane, Australia

Pakistan, 235-7, def. Zimbabwe, 215 all out (49.4 overs) by 20 runs

Tuesday, March 3
Canberra, Australia

South Africa, 411-4, def. Ireland, 210 (46 overs), by 201 runs

Wednesday, March 4
Napier, New Zealand

Pakistan, 339-6, def. United Arab Emirates, 210-8, by 129 runs

Perth, Australia

Australia, 417-6, def. Afghanistan, 142 all out (37.3 overs), by 275 runs

Thursday, March 5
Nelson, New Zealand

Bangladesh, 322-4, def. Scotland, 318-8, by 6 wickets.

Friday, March 6
Perth, Australia

India, 185-6 (39.1 overs) def. West Indies 182 all out (44.2 overs) by 4 wickets

Saturday, March 7
Auckland, New Zealand

Pakistan 222 all out (46.4 overs) def. South Africa, 202 all out (33.3 overs) by 29 runs (under Duckworth-Lewis system; match reduced to 47 overs)

Hobart, Australia

Ireland 331-8, def. Zimbabwe, 326 all out (49.3 overs), by 5 runs

Sunday, March 8
Napier, New Zealand

New Zealand 188-4 (36.1 overs) def. Afghanistan, 186 all out (47.4 overs), by 6 wickets

Sydney

Australia, 376-9, def.Sri Lanka, 312-9 (46.2 overs) by 64 runs

Monday, March 9
Adelaide, Australia

Bangladesh, 275-7, def England, 260 all out (48.3 overs), by 15 runs

Tuesday, March 10
Hamilton, New Zealand

India 260-2, (36.5 overs) def. Ireland 259 all out (49 overs), by 8 wickets

Wednesday, March 11
Hobart, Australia

Sri Lanka, 363-9, def. Scotland, 215 all out (43.1 overs), by 148 runs

Thursday, March 12
Wellington, New Zealand

South Africa, 341-6, def. United Arab Emirates, 195 (47.3 overs) by 146 runs

Friday, March 13
Hamilton, New Zealand

New Zealand 290-7 (48.5 overs) def. Bangladesh, 288-7, by 3 wickets

Sydney

England 101-1(18.1 overs), def. Afghanistan, 111-7 (36.2 overs), by 9 wickets (under Duckworth-Lewis system)

Saturday, March 14
Auckland, New Zealand

India 288-4 (48.4 overs), def. Zimbabwe, 287 all out (48.5 overs) by 6 wickets

Hobart, Australia

Australia, 133-3 (15.2 overs) def. Scotland, 130 all out (25.4 overs) by 7 wickets (under Duckworth-Lewis system)

Sunday, March 15
Napier, New Zealand

West Indies, 176-4 (30.3 overs) def. United Arab Emirates 175 all out (47.4 overs) by 6 wickets

Adelaide, Australia

Pakistan 241-3 (46.1 overs) def. Ireland, 237 all out, by 7 wickets.


Updated : 2021-09-18 06:36 GMT+08:00