2019 Cricket World Cup Betting Tips & Predictions, Live Streaming, Squads & Schedule

Get the latest Cricket World Cup Betting Tips, Predictions & Odds here.The 2019 edition of the World Cup is just around the corner and if you are looking for the latest Cricket World Cup betting tips & predictions, you have come to the right place. Here we give you all the latest tips and odds for this 12th edition of the tournament that will be played in the UK.

Australia enter the tournament as the defending champion but it must be remembered the team will be greatly diminished going into the 2019 World Cup having lost Steven Smith and David Warner for 12 months to a ban. The duo will be back but that doesn’t mean they will be at their best anyway.

New Zealand were the runner-up last World Cup and will continue to look to punch above their weight. It must be remembered, however, that the Black Caps did not make it to the 2017 Champions Trophy semi-final which was also played in the UK and have lost Brendon McCullum as their talisman leader.

Match by Match Cricket World Cup Betting Tips Here

England v South Africa Betting Tips:
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West Indies v Pakistan Betting Tips:
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New Zealand v Sri Lanka Betting Tips:
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South Africa v Bangladesh Betting Tips:
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India and South Africa were the losing semi-finalists in the 2015 World Cup and will be two of the strongest contenders along with the hosts England. It must be quickly added here that India have already won two World Cup titles, in 1983 and 2011, while South Africa and England have won none. In fact South Africa have never reached the final either.

Pakistan will be favourites to surprise. They have the bowling to go through any side but they are highly unpredictable, something they showed in the 2017 Champions Trophy which they won by beating a much more fancied Indian team in the final.

Sri Lanka, Windies, Afghanistan and Bangladesh can be expected to fill in the numbers with no real chance of making it to the semi-finals but possessing enough arsenal to surprise the odd opposition. They will be potential banana peels for the aforementioned top sides.

We are still a few months away from the tournament, which is why the 2019 World Cup squads are yet to be announced. Also this World Cup is expected to be one of the biggest ever in the world and can be expected to be telecast live across most of the countries and live streamed online as well.

If you are looking to buy World Cup tickets, then check out all the information below.

Latest Cricket World Cup Betting Tips & Odds for Title Winner Here

England: 3/1
India: 9/2
Australia: 5/1
South Africa: 7/1
New Zealand: 9/1
Pakistan: 12/1
West Indies: 25/1
Sri Lanka: 33/1
Bangladesh: 66/1
Afghanistan: 150/1

Latest Cricket World Cup Betting Odds for Top Batsman

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Latest Cricket World Cup Betting Odds for Top Bowler

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Probable Cricket World Cup Squads:

India (probable):

Virat Kohli (captain), Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Shikhar Dhawan, Rohit Sharma, Umesh Yadav, MS Dhoni, KL Rahul, Yuzvendra Chahal, Kuldeep Yadav, Hardik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah, Dinesh Karthik, Kedar Jadhav, Krunal Pandya, Mohammad Shami

Pakistan (probable):

Sarfraz Ahmed (captain), Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Azhar Ali, Babar Azam, Aamer Yamin, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Faheem Ashraf, Haris Sohail, Mohammad Nawaz, Shadab Khan, Hasan Ali, Mohammad Amir, Rumman Raees

Sri Lanka (probable):

Dinesh Chandimal (captain), Danushka Gunathilaka, Upul Tharanga, Niroshan Dickwella, Jeevan Mendis, Thisara Perera, Isuru Udana, Dasun Shanaka, Jeffrey Vandersay, Angelo Mathews, Amila Aponso, Akila Dananjaya, Asitha Fernando, Kusal Mendis

England (probable):

Eoin Morgan (captain), Jonny Bairstow, Moeen Ali, Tom Curran, Jos Buttler, Liam Plunkett, Alex Hales, Joe Root, Adil Rashid, David Willey, Jason Roy, Sam Billings, Mark Wood, Jake Ball

Australia (probable):

Tim Paine (captain), Ashton Agar, Aaron Finch, Travis Head, Shaun Marsh, Alex Carey, Glenn Maxwell, Nathan Lyon, Jhye Richardson, Kane Richardson, Billy Stanlake, D’Arcy Short, Andrew Tye, Marcus Stoinis, Michael Neser

New Zealand: TBA

Windies (probable):

Jason Holder (captain), Ronsford Beaton, Jason Mohammed, Chris Gayle, Shannon Gabriel, Shai Hope, Kyle Hope, Nikita Miller, Evin Lewis, Rovman Powell, Ashley Nurse, Sheldon Cottrell, Chadwick Walton, Andre Russell, Shimron Hetmyer

Bangladesh: TBA

Afghanistan: TBA

South Africa (probable):

Faf du Plessis (captain), Quinton de Kock, Lungi Ngidi, Hashim Amla, Imran Tahir, Kagiso Rabada, Jean-Paul Duminy, David Miller, Aiden Markram, Chris Morris, Morne Morkel, Andile Phehlukwayo, Tabraiz Shamsi

Cricket World Cup Schedule:

Date Match Venue
Thursday, May 30 England vs South Africa The Oval, London
Friday, May 31 West Indies vs Pakistan Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Saturday, June 1 New Zealand vs Sri Lanka Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Afghanistan vs Australia (D/N) Bristol County Ground, Bristol
Sunday, June 2 South Africa vs Bangladesh The Oval, London
Monday, June 3 England vs Pakistan Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Tuesday, June 4 Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Wednesday, June 5 South Africa vs India Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
Bangladesh vs New Zealand (D/N) The Oval, London
Thursday, June 6 Australia vs West Indies Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Friday, June 7 Pakistan vs Sri Lanka Bristol County Ground, Bristol
Saturday, June 8 England vs Bangladesh Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Afghanistan vs New Zealand County Ground, Taunton
Sunday, June 9 India vs Australia The Oval, London
Monday, June 10 South Africa vs West Indies Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
Tuesday, June 11 Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka Bristol County Ground, Bristol
Wednesday, June 12 Australia vs Pakistan County Ground, Taunton
Thursday, June 13 India vs New Zealand Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Friday, June 14 England vs West Indies Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
Saturday, June 15 Sri Lanka vs Australia The Oval, London
South Africa vs Afghanistan (D/N) Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Sunday, June 16 India vs Pakistan Old Trafford, Manchester
Monday, June 17 West Indies vs Bangladesh County Ground, Taunton
Tuesday, June 18 England vs Afghanistan Old Trafford, Manchester
Wednesday, June 19 New Zealand vs South Africa Edgbaston, Birmingham
Thursday, June 20 Australia vs Bangladesh Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Friday, June 21 England vs Sri Lanka Headingley, Leeds
Saturday, June 22 India vs Afghanistan Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
West Indies vs New Zealand (D/N) Old Trafford, Manchester
Sunday, June 23 Pakistan vs South Africa Lord’s, London
Monday, June 24 Bangladesh vs Afghanistan Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
Tuesday, June 25 England vs Australia Lord’s, London
Wednesday, June 26 New Zealand vs Pakistan Edgbaston, Birmingham
Thursday, June 27 West Indies vs India Old Trafford, Manchester
Friday, June 28 Sri Lanka vs South Africa The Riverside, Durham
Saturday, June 29 Pakistan vs Afghanistan Headingley, Leeds
New Zealand vs Australia (D/N) Lord’s, London
Sunday, June 30 England vs India Edgbaston, Birmingham
Monday, July 1 Sri Lanka vs West Indies The Riverside, Durham
Tuesday, July 2 Bangladesh vs India Edgbaston, Birmingham
Wednesday, July 3 England vs New Zealand The Riverside, Durham
Thursday, July 4 Afghanistan vs West Indies Headingley, Leeds
Friday, July 5 Pakistan vs Bangladesh Lord’s, London
Saturday, July 6 Sri Lanka vs India Headingley, Leeds
Australia vs South Africa (D/N) Old Trafford, Manchester
Tuesday, July 9 Semi-Final (1 vs 4) Old Trafford, Manchester
Wednesday, July 10 Reserve Day
Thursday, July 11 Semi-Final (2 vs 3) Edgbaston, Birmingham
Friday, July 12 Reserve Day
Sunday, July 14 Final Lord’s, London
Monday, July 15 Reserve Day

Cricket World Cup Tickets:

A public ballot for the 2019 World Cup tickets will open on August 1 (10 am local time) and will go on till August 29. Cricket fans wanting these tickets can pre-register now with the official ICC website here, and once that’s done, fans can choose the matches they want to watch.

This not on first-come-first-served basis, and the results of this ballot will be announced later in the month of September.

Cricket World Cup Live Streaming & TV Broadcast:

The official producers and broadcasters of the Cricket World Cup are Star Sports. Indian and subcontinent viewers can watch the World Cup live on Star Sports as well.

Pakistan cricket fans will be able to watch the tournament on TV on PTV and Ten Sports.

In the UK, the World Cup will be live on Sky Sports while Australian fans will be able to watch it on Fox Sports. Other country options will be updated here soon enough.