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Are you up to catch with all the info and stuff related to ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 that is going to be hosted by England and Wales of the United Kingdom? Then here is the page that provides all that you are searching for regarding this ICC’s most popular event which is scheduled to start on May 30, 2019. The 47 days long event will be the 12th World Cup and unlike the World Cup 2015 which was played between 14 teams, the 2019 world cup will be played with 10 teams competing in it with a new composite qualifying method. The top 8 ranked ODI teams as of September 30, 2017 will be given direct entry to the world cup whereas the remaining 2 teams in the top 10 and 4 top teams from the ICC world cup 2015 will be playing the ICC Cricket world Cup qualifiers in 2018 hosted by Bangladesh. Hope you all are geared up for the action that is going to take place in ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Keep visiting this page for more timely updates.

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