South Africa meets India in the opening game on June 6, and defending champion Australia’s first match is against England two days later.
It’s the last time the 50-over event will be held. It features the top eight teams in the International Cricket Council one-day rankings in two groups of four. The first two in each group advance to the semifinals.
Group A: England v Australia, June 8, Edgbaston; Sri Lanka v New Zealand, June 9, Cardiff; Australia v New Zealand, June 12, Edgbaston; England v Sri Lanka, June 13, The Oval; England v New Zealand, June 16, Cardiff; Sri Lanka v Australia, June 17, The Oval. Group B: India v South Africa, June 6, Cardiff; West Indies v Pakistan, June 7, The Oval; Pakistan v South Africa, June 10, Edgbaston; India v West Indies, June 11, The Oval; West Indies v South Africa, June 14, Cardiff; India v Pakistan, June 15, Edgbaston. Semi-finals: Group A Winner v Group B runner-up, June 19, The Oval; Group B Winner v Group A runner-up, June 20, Cardiff. Final: June 23, Edgbaston.
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