England Cricket Team 2019 World Cup Schedule, Players, Squad


England being the host for the cricket world cup 2019 has many advantages of winning due to home venues. This is going to be the golden chance for England Cricket Team to bring home the trophy as they have a much stronger squad and home advantage. Being consistent at home territory from recent years, ECB cricket team’s performance would be the one everyone has the eyes on.

As far as the squad is concerned, it is not announced yet but it will be official in a couple of months by ECB. A tight mix of fixtures and schedule of the England cricket team for world cup 2019 has been announced. The basic format of the tournament would be based on Round-Robin scheme where every team will play the other 9 teams. Semifinalists will be decided according to the points table. Top 4 teams in the points table of cricket world cup 2019 will advance to semi-finals and then 2 of them to the final.

England Cricket Team Schedule 2019

Date Fixture Time (British Summer Time) (UTC +1:00) Venue
30 May England vs South Africa 10:30 The Oval, London
3 June England vs Pakistan 10:30 Trent Bridge, Nottingham
8 June England vs Bangladesh 10:30 Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
14 June England vs West Indies 10:30 Rose Bowl, Southampton
18 June England vs Afghanistan 10:30 Old Trafford, Manchester
21 June England vs Sri Lanka 10:30 Headingly, Leeds
25 June England vs Australia 10:30 Lord’s, London
30 June England vs India 10:30 Edgbaston, Birmingham
3 July England vs New Zealand 10:30 Riverside Ground, Chester-Le Street

Who will sponsor kits for England Cricket World Cup Team?

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Adidas will be sponsoring official kits for ECB cricket squad. Headquartered in Herzogenaurach, Germany based sports company designs and manufactures sports shoes, clothing and accessories. As per 2016, Adidas’ revenue was reported to be 19.29 Billion Euros.

Who are the Official Sponsors for Cricket Team of England?

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The National Westminster Bank usually known as NatWest is the official sponsor of England CWC team 2019. Established in 1968, the NatWest Bank is one of the biggest retail and commercial banks in the United Kingdom. Being the part of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, NatWest is considered among the Big Four Clearing Banks in the UK. To diversify the modern cricket in the United Kingdom, NatWest Bank launched a campaign by the name “Cricket Has No Boundaries” in 2017.

Who is the England CWC Team Coach 2019?

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Appointed in 2015, Trevor Harley Bayliss is the head coach of the England team for the world cup 2019. With the contract expiring in 2019, Trevor Bayliss may leave the coaching after the world cup. Besides the English Career, Trevor also coached the Sri Lankan team between 2007-2011, leading them as Runners-Up in 2011 CWC. In domestic tenure, Trevor coached Sydney Sixers in Big Bash League and Kolkata Knight Riders in IPL.

Who is the captain for England Cricket Squad?

Eoin Morgan

That’s one of the many obvious questions which may arise in one’s mind seeing the number of senior players in the squad. Eoin Joseph Gerard Morgan takes the lead as the captain of England team for ICC CWC 2019. Born on 10th September 1986, the Irish cricketer is a left-handed batsman also playing for a county team Middlesex along with the national team in all formats of the game.

What will be the England Cricket Team Squad 2019 for CWC?

The probable playing 11 of Squad is listed below:

  1. Eoin Morgan (Captain)
  2. Moeen Ali
  3. Jonny Bairstow
  4. Jos Butler
  5. Tom Curran
  6. Alex Hales
  7. Liam Plunkett
  8. Adil Rashid
  9. Joe Root
  10. Jason Roy
  11. David Willey
  12. Mark Wood
  13. Sam Billings
  14. Jake Ball

What are the ICC World Cup 2019 Predictions for England?

Owing to the situation, England has the highest chances of winning this year’s world cup. Having home advantage and experience to play on home pitches, ECB is on top in the line of winners for CWC 2019. As per the latest astrology predictions, England will advance to the final or the semi-final at least which may see them lifting the trophy.


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