ICC World Cup 2015 is going to be hosted by Australia and New Zealand. The massive sporting spectacle is scheduled to take place from 14 February to 29 March 2015. A lot of fans are expected to reach Down Under to catch the live action!icc-world-cup-2015-australia-new-zealand

The cricketing extravaganza is going to take over every emotion and feeling as the 2015 ICC World Cup hits the planet in February. This time the Cricket World Cup, one of the biggest multi-national sporting events, is going to take place in Australia and New Zealand. The natural splendour of both these countries and the man-m

ade frenzy germinating from the cricketing fanfare is likely to create a spectacle that shall remain unmatched for a long time. Preparations are already underway in both Australia and New Zealand and efforts are in progress to make sure that people who visit the country for games are treated with a solid power-packed entertainment.

49 matches will be played in both countries. 26 of them will be played in Australia with grounds in Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth and Sydney acting as venues for the matches. New Zealand will host 23 One Day Internationals in seven cities, which are Auckland, Christchurch, Dunedin, Hamilton, Napier, Nelson and Wellington. The final match of ICC Cricket World Cup will be held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

This world cup holds a great significance for host countries as well as other major cricketing powers like India, Pakistan, England and Sri Lanka. India, the defending champion, will try hard to retain its glory of 2011, while the English team will look to win its first ever cricket world cup. The team will also look to redeem itself after the horrendous Ashes in Australia, last year.

Players to Look Out for!
There is still some time to go before the world cup starts, and there is no official announcement from the participating teams regarding the squad members. Still, it is safe to assume that big names like Virat Kohli (India), Glenn Maxwell (Australia), Chris Gayle (West Indies), Stuart Broad (England) and Saeed Ajaml (Pakistan) will make ICC World Cup 2015 an event to look forward to.

Cricket Boost to Tourism
Apart from the cricket lovers who will be descending from all corners of the globe to Australia and New Zealand, the event is also a great time for regular travellers to plan a tour to the region. With both nations being top tourism hubs, there are thousands of tourists always ready to grab flights to the region. Efforts are already on to capitalise on the cricket carnival. Different tourism promotions are being planned by the host counties to push more and more people to board flights.

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: Fixtures
The 14-team tournament will start on February 14, 2015 and will go on till March 29, 2015. This will give more than a month’s time to cricket lovers to enjoy the sport across both Australia and New Zealand.

Pool A: England, Australia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, New Zealand, Qualifier 2 (TBD), Qualifier 3 (TBD)

Pool B: South Africa, India, Pakistan, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Qualifier 1 (Ireland), Qualifier 4 (TBD)

ICC World Cup Cricket Match 2015 Fixtures, Schedules

Hosted By Australia and New Zealand

Match Dates

Match Details

Match Venues

Sat, Feb 14 1st Match, Pool A – New Zealand v Sri Lanka Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Sat, Feb 14 2nd Match, Pool A – Australia v England Melbourne Cricket Ground
Sun, Feb 15 3rd Match, Pool B – South Africa v Zimbabwe Seddon Park, Hamilton
Sun, Feb 15 4th Match, Pool B – India v Pakistan Adelaide Oval
Mon, Feb 16 5th Match, Pool B – Ireland v West Indies Saxton Oval, Nelson
Tue, Feb 17 6th Match, Pool A – New Zealand v TBC University Oval, Dunedin
Wed, Feb 18 7th Match, Pool A – Bangladesh v TBC Manuka Oval, Canberra
Thu, Feb 19 8th Match, Pool B – Zimbabwe v TBC Saxton Oval, Nelson
Fri, Feb 20 9th Match, Pool A – New Zealand v England Westpac Stadium, Wellington
Sat, Feb 21 10th Match, Pool B – Pakistan v West Indies Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Sat, Feb 21 11th Match, Pool A – Australia v Bangladesh Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Sun, Feb 22 12th Match, Pool A – Sri Lanka v TBC University Oval, Dunedin
Sun, Feb 22 13th Match, Pool B – India v South Africa Melbourne Cricket Ground
Mon, Feb 23 14th Match, Pool A – England v TBC Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Tue, Feb 24 15th Match, Pool B – West Indies v Zimbabwe Manuka Oval, Canberra
Wed, Feb 25 16th Match, Pool B – Ireland v TBC Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Thu, Feb 26 17th Match, Pool A – TBC v TBC University Oval, Dunedin
Thu, Feb 26 18th Match, Pool A – Bangladesh v Sri Lanka Melbourne Cricket Ground
Fri, Feb 27 19th Match, Pool B – South Africa v West Indies Sydney Cricket Ground
Sat, Feb 28 21st Match, Pool A – New Zealand v Australia Eden Park, Auckland
Sat, Feb 28 20th Match, Pool B – India v TBC Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth
Sun, Mar 1 22nd Match, Pool A – England v Sri Lanka Westpac Stadium, Wellington
Sun, Mar 1 23rd Match, Pool B – Pakistan v Zimbabwe Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Tue, Mar 3 24th Match, Pool B – Ireland v South Africa Manuka Oval, Canberra
Wed, Mar 4 25th Match, Pool B – Pakistan v TBC McLean Park, Napier
Wed, Mar 4 26th Match, Pool A – Australia v TBC Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth
Thu, Mar 5 27th Match, Pool A – Bangladesh v TBC Saxton Oval, Nelson
Fri, Mar 6 28th Match, Pool B – India v West Indies Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth
Sat, Mar 7 29th Match, Pool B – Pakistan v South Africa Eden Park, Auckland
Sat, Mar 7 30th Match, Pool B – Ireland v Zimbabwe Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Sun, Mar 8 31st Match, Pool A – New Zealand v TBC McLean Park, Napier
Sun, Mar 8 32nd Match, Pool A – Australia v Sri Lanka Sydney Cricket Ground
Mon, Mar 9 33rd Match, Pool A – England v Bangladesh Adelaide Oval
Tue, Mar 10 34th Match, Pool B – India v Ireland Seddon Park, Hamilton
Wed, Mar 11 35th Match, Pool A – Sri Lanka v TBC Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Thu, Mar 12 36th Match, Pool B – South Africa v TBC Westpac Stadium, Wellington
Fri, Mar 13 37th Match, Pool A – New Zealand v Bangladesh Seddon Park, Hamilton
Fri, Mar 13 38th Match, Pool A – England v TBC Sydney Cricket Ground
Sat, Mar 14 39th Match, Pool B – India v Zimbabwe Eden Park, Auckland
Sat, Mar 14 40th Match, Pool A – Australia v TBC Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Sun, Mar 15 41st Match, Pool B – West Indies v TBC McLean Park, Napier
Sun, Mar 15 42nd Match, Pool B – Ireland v Pakistan Adelaide Oval
Wed, Mar 18 1st Quarter-Final – TBC v TBC (A1 v B4) Sydney Cricket Ground
Thu, Mar 19 2nd Quarter-Final – TBC v TBC (A2 v B3) Melbourne Cricket Ground
Fri, Mar 20 3rd Quarter-Final – TBC v TBC (A3 v B2) Adelaide Oval
Sat, Mar 21 4th Quarter-Final – TBC v TBC (A4 v B1) Westpac Stadium, Wellington
Tue, Mar 24 1st Semi-Final – TBC v TBC Eden Park, Auckland
Thu, Mar 26 2nd Semi-Final – TBC v TBC Sydney Cricket Ground
Sun, Mar 29 Final – TBC v TBC Melbourne Cricket Ground

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