The 50 over one day cricket world cup will be getting underway on 14th February 2015 with the opening game between New Zealand and Sri Lanka. But cricket fans will have a great oppertunity to see their teams play before the competition gets underway with 14 un-official matches scheduled to take place from 08th February to 13 February. Here are the complete fixture list of the 14 matches to be played, teams, venues and times.
Many sports channels across the world will be broadcasting the matches live and you can take a look at comprehansive details on which channel will broadcast world cup 2015 matches in your country (region).
|08 February 2015||India vs Australia||02:00 PM local time||Adelaide|
|09 February||South Africa v Sri Lanka||11:00 AM||Hagley (Christchurch)|
|09 February||New Zealand v Zimbabwe||11:00 AM||Christchurch|
|09 February||England v West Indies||02:30 PM||Sydney (SCG)|
|09 February||Pakistan v Bangladesh||02:30 PM||Sydney (ISP)|
|10 February||Ireland v Scotland||02:00 PM||Sydney (ISP)|
|10 February||India v Afghanistan||02:30 PM||Adelaide|
|11 February||New Zealand v South Africa||11:00 AM||Hagley (Christchurch)|
|11 February||Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe||11:00 AM||Christchurch|
|11 February||Australia v UAE||02:30 PM||Melbourne (MCG)|
|11 February||England v Pakistan||02:30 PM||Sydney (SCG)|
|12 February||West Indies v Scotland||10:00 AM||Sydney (SCG)|
|12 February||Ireland v Bangladesh||10:00 AM||Blacktown, Sydney|
|13 February||Afghanistan v UAE||10:00 AM||Melbourne|
All the participating teams will be playing two unofficial warm up games ahead of the world cup, to get the feel of the wickets both in Australia and New Zealand. The entrance to the stadiums will be free but will be ticketed through online portals and we will get your complete information on how to get tickets for not only warm up matches but also for the official world cup games.