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ICC has announced warm up games schedule and timings for Cricket World Cup 2015

The ICC has announced the full schedule of the ICC World Cup 2015 with match timings. A total of 14 warm-up matches will be played in Adelaide, Christchurch, Melbourne and Sydney from February 8-13, with Australia taking on defending world champion India at Adelaide Oval on the first day. Four matches will be played on the second day, Christchurch hosting match between South Africa and Sri Lanka at Hagley Oval, co-host New Zealand and Zimbabwe will play at Bert Sutcliffe Oval. In Sydney, England will play against West Indies at the SCG, and Blacktown will match between Pakistan and Bangladesh. On, February 13, UAE will play Afghanistan at Melbourne’s Junction Oval in the final warm-up match.
ICC has also confirmed the match timings of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.
The tournament starts on February 14 between New Zealand and Sri Lanka at 11:00 (NZT), while Australia will face England at the MCG on the same day at 14:30 (AEDT).
The final On March 29 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground will start at 14:30 (AEDT).
The schedule of warm-up matches is:
Sunday, 8 February -India v Australia (14:00), Adelaide Oval, Australia
Monday, 9 February – South Africa v Sri Lanka (11:00), Hagley Oval, Christchurch (New Zealand),          New Zealand v Zimbabwe (11:00), Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Christchurch (New Zealand); England v West Indies (14:30), SCG, Sydney, Australia; Pakistan v Bangladesh (14:30), Blacktown, Sydney, Australia
Tuesday, 10 February – Ireland v Scotland (14:30), Blacktown, Sydney, Australia;
 India v Afghanistan (1400), Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Wednesday, 11 February – New Zealand v South Africa (11:00), Hagley Oval, Christchurch (New Zealand); Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe (11:00), Bert Sutcliffe Oval, Christchurch (New Zealand); Australia v UAE (14:30), MCG, Melbourne, Australia; England v Pakistan (14:30), Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), Sydney
Thursday, 12 February – West Indies v Scotland (1000), Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney; Ireland v Bangladesh (1000), Blacktown, Sydney
Friday, 13 February – Afghanistan v UAE (10:00) Junction Oval, Melbourne, Australia.

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