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Current and Recent Series and Matches  Last Update: 06:10 Jun 16 2019 (UTC+0930)]
2019 ICC Cricket World Cup Points Table More World Cup Records & Statistics
21st Match - Jun 15 2019 - Afghanistan v. South Africa
South Africa won by 9 wickets after reaching the target of 127 runs (under D/L) with 116 balls remaining.
20th Match - Jun 15 2019 - Australia v. Sri Lanka
Australia won by 87 runs after dismissing Sri Lanka for 247 runs.
19th Match - Jun 14 2019 - England v. West Indies
England won by 8 wickets after reaching the target of 213 runs with 101 balls remaining.
18th Match - Jun 13 2019 - India v. New Zealand
No result after match abandoned without any play due to rain.
17th Match - Jun 12 2019 - Australia v. Pakistan
Australia won by 41 runs after they dismissed Pakistan for 266.
Approaching Milestones   [Updated: 17:52 Jun 15 2019 (UTC+0930)]
Tests: Lokesh Rahul, and Brendan Taylor near 2,000 runs. Ravindra Jadeja nears 200 wickets, while Taijul Islam, Patrick Cummins, Jason Holder, and Keshav Maharaj near 100 wickets. Tim Paine nears 100 dismissals milestone. Read more...

ODI's: Virat Kohli nears 11,000 runs while Hashim Amla nears 8,000 runs. Upul Tharanga nears 7,000 runs, while Azhar Ali, and Calum MacLeod, near 2,000 runs. Martin Guptill nears 1,000 runs in World Cup. Dale Steyn nears 200 wickets, while Tendai Chatara, Pat Cummins, Jasprit Bumrah and Chris Mpofu near 100 wickets. Lasith Malinga nears 50 World Cup wickets. Samiullah Shenwari near 1,000 runs/50 wickets. Shoaib Malik nears 100 catches. Paul Duminy nears 200 matches. Read more...

Twenty20's: Mohammad Shahzad and Mohammad Hafeez near 2,000 runs, while Samiullah Shenwari, Sabbir Rahman, Richard Berrington, and Lendl Simmons near 1,000 runs. Yuzvendra Chahal and Mustafizur Rahman near 50 wickets. Niall O'Brien and Quinton de Kock near 500 runs and 25 dismissals. Richard Berrington and Shikhar Dhawan near 50 matches. Colin Munro nears 100 career sixes. Read more...
Recent Records and Achievements   [Updated: 08:28 Jun 15 2019 (UTC+0930)]
Tests: There is no Test Cricket scheduled until late July, so we have listed the win / loss results of all the Test playing Countries, and the performances of their players since January 2016. Afghanistan record their first Test win, in their inaugural match against Ireland. Also, it was the First Test played at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium.

ODI's: England win their first World Cup match against the West Indies in England. Joe Root scores his third World Cup century, the most by an England player. Australia record their third win of the tournament, and have now won 4 and lost 3 of their 7 World Cup matches against Pakistan at neutral venues. Dave Warner scores his second World Cup century, first against Pakistan, and is averaging 60.0 in World Cup. Mohammad Amir records his best World Cup bowling performance with five wickets in the match. Alex Carey takes four wicket keeping catches for the second time in World Cup.

Twenty20's: Italy win consecutive matches to win their inaugural series. Italy dismissed Germany for the fourth lowest score, to win their inaugural T20 match. Michael Ross takes four wickets in his debut match. Uganda win their inaugural match against Ghana. Kenya defeat Uganda by 1 run in their inaugural match. Charles Waiswa records his best bowling performance taking four wickets in a match for the first time. Namibia win their inaugural match against Botswana. Botswana dismissed for the third lowest score in International T20's. Read more...
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