ICC Cricket World Cup _ England 2019

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    England have replaced India at the top of the International Cricket Council one-day rankings - despite not playing for almost two months.
    In the latest rankings update, the 2014-15 season - when England won seven of 25 ODIs - was excluded from the calculations.
    A rejuvenated England have since won 41 of 63 matches under coach Trevor Bayliss and captain Eoin Morgan.
    It is the first time England have topped the rankings since 2013.
    They have won their past six one-day series, reached the semi-finals of the 2017 Champions Trophy and are among the favourites for the 2019 World Cup on home soil.

    This thread hopefully will culminate in England's victory!!!
     
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    All 10 teams play each other in a round-robin format, with the top four qualifying for the semi-finals.
    May
    30
    England v South Africa, The Oval
    31 West Indies v Pakistan, Trent Bridge
    June
    1
    New Zealand v Sri Lanka, Cardiff
    1 Afghanistan v Australia, Bristol (d/n)
    2 South Africa v Bangladesh, The Oval
    3 England v Pakistan, Trent Bridge
    4 Afghanistan v Sri Lanka, Cardiff
    5 South Africa v India, Southampton
    5 Bangladesh v New Zealand, The Oval (d/n)
    6 Australia v West Indies, Trent Bridge
    7 Pakistan v Sri Lanka, Bristol
    8 England v Bangladesh, Cardiff
    8 Afghanistan v New Zealand, Taunton (d/n)
    9 India v Australia, The Oval
    10 South Africa v West Indies, Southampton
    11 Bangladesh v Sri Lanka, Bristol
    12 Australia v Pakistan, Taunton
    13 India v New Zealand, Trent Bridge
    14 England v West Indies, Southampton
    15 Sri Lanka v Australia, The Oval
    15 South Africa v Afghanistan, Cardiff (d/n)
    16 India v Pakistan, Old Trafford
    17 West Indies v Bangladesh, Taunton
    18 England v Afghanistan, Old Trafford
    19 New Zealand v South Africa, Edgbaston
    20 Australia v Bangladesh, Trent Bridge
    21 England v Sri Lanka, Headingley
    22 India v Afghanistan, Southampton
    22 West Indies v New Zealand, Old Trafford (d/n)
    23 Pakistan v South Africa, Lord's
    24 Bangladesh v Afghanistan, Southampton
    25 England v Australia, Lord's
    26 New Zealand v Pakistan, Edgbaston
    27 West Indies v India, Old Trafford
    28 Sri Lanka v South Africa, Chester-le-Street
    29 Pakistan v Afghanistan, Headingley
    29 New Zealand v Australia, Lord's (d/n)
    30 England v India, Edgbaston
    July
    1
    Sri Lanka v West Indies, Chester-le-Street
    2 Bangladesh v India, Edgbaston
    3 England v New Zealand, Chester-le-Street
    4 Afghanistan v West Indies, Headingley
    5 Pakistan v Bangladesh, Lord's (d/n)
    6 Sri Lanka v India, Headingley
    6 Australia v South Africa, Old Trafford (d/n)
    9 *First semi-final: 1st v 4th, Old Trafford
    11 *Second semi-final: 2nd v 3rd, Edgbaston
    14 *Final, Lord's
    *Semi-finals and final have a reserve day
     
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