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Strengths of Team India in ICC World Cup 2019




 This time team India is a very strong team in ICC World Cup 2019 which is beginning from May 30, 2019, and all the teams have ready with their best player who would be representing their country in the ICC World Cup. All team has announced a squad and have the option to make any changes till 23 May. The Indian team, Australian Team, and English team Have a grate Completion to each other and grabbed a lot of attention. Team India have very big opportunity to win this world cup because No 1 Batsman Virat Kohli and No one Bowler Jasprit Bumrah with top class All-Rounder and having more experience Wicket Keeper M.S. Dhoni. 





All Teams Player For ICC World Cup 2019



Team Batsman All-Rounder Bowler
India Rohit Sharma
Shikhar Dhawan
Virat Kohli (C)
Lokesh Rahul
MS Dhoni (wk)
Dinesh Karthik
Vijay Shankar
Kedar Jadhav
Hardik Pandya
Ravindra Jadeja
Kuldeep Yadav
Mohammed Shami
Jasprit Bumrah
Bhuvneshwar Kumar
Yuzvendra Chahal
Pakistan Fakhar Zaman
Imam-ul-Haq
Babar Azam
Abid Ali
Sarfaraz Ahmed(C)(wk)
Shoaib Malik
Mohammad Hafeez
Haris Sohail
Shadab Khan
Faheem Ashraf
Imad Wasim
Shaheen Afridi
Hasan Ali
Junaid Khan
Mohammad Hasnain
Afghanistan Noor Ali Zadran
Hazratullah Zazai
Asghar Afghan
Hashmatullah Shahidi
Najibullah Zadran
Mohammad Shahzad (wk)
Rahmat Shah
Samiullah Shenwari
Gulbadin Naib (C)
Mohammad Nabi
Rashid Khan
Dawlat Zadran
Aftab Alam
Hamid Hassan
Mujeeb Ur Rahman
Australia Aaron Finch (C)
David Warner
Usman Khawaja
Steven Smith
Shaun Marsh
Glenn Maxwell
Marcus Stoinis
Alex Carey (wk)
Kane Richardson
Pat Cummins
Nathan Coulter-Nile
Mitchell Starc
Jason Behrendorff
Adam Zampa
Nathan Lyon

Bangladesh





Tamim Iqbal
Soumya Sarkar
Sabbir Rahman
Mohammad Mithun
Mahmudullah
Mohammad Saifuddin
Mosaddek Hossain
Shakib Al Hasan
Mehidy Hasan
Liton Das (wk)
Mushfiqur Rahim (wk)
Mashrafe Mortaza (C)
Rubel Hossain
Mustafizur Rahman
Abu Jayed
England Eoin Morgan (C)
Jason Roy
Joe Root
Ben Stokes
Moeen Ali
Joe Denly
Chris Woakes
Tom Curran
David Willey
Jonny Bairstow
Jos Buttler (wk)
Liam Plunkett
Adil Rashid
Mark Wood
New Zealand Kane Williamson (C)
Martin Guptill
Ross Taylor
Colin de Grandhomme
Colin Munro
James Neesham
Mitchell Santner
Tom Blundell (wk)
Tom Latham (wk)
Henry Nicholls
Trent Boult
Lockie Ferguson
Matt Henry
Tim Southee
Ish Sodhi
South Africa Faf du Plessis (C)
David Miller
Aiden Markram
Hashim Amla
Rassie van der Dussen
Jean-Paul Duminy
Andile Phehlukwayo
Dwaine Pretorius
Chris Morris
Quinton de Kock (wk)
Kagiso Rabada
Lungi Ngidi
Imran Tahir
Dale Steyn
Tabraiz Shamsi
Sri Lanka Dimuth Karunaratne (C)
Avishka Fernando
Lahiru Thirimanne
Angelo Mathews
Dhananjaya de Silva
Isuru Udana
Milinda Siriwardana
Thisara Perera
Jeevan Mendis
Kusal Perera (wk)
Kusal Mendis
Jeffrey Vandersay
Lasith Malinga
Suranga Lakmal
Nuwan Pradeep
Windies Chris Gayle
Evin Lewis
Darren Bravo
Shimron Hetmyer
Ashley Nurse
Fabian Allen
Andre Russell
Carlos Brathwaite
Jason Holder (C)
Nicholas Pooran (wk)
Shai Hope
Kemar Roach
Oshane Thomas
Shannon Gabriel
Sheldon Cottrell

  


ICC World Cup match schedule


Match 1: England v South Africa Thursday 30th May, 10:30am – The Oval, London
Match 2: West Indies v Pakistan Friday 31st May, 10:30am – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Match 3: New Zealand v Sri Lanka Saturday 1st June, 10:30am – Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Match 4: Afghanistan v Australia Saturday 1st June, 1:30pm – Bristol County Ground, Bristol
Match 5: South Africa v Bangladesh Sunday 2nd June, 10:30am – The Oval, London
Match 6: England v Pakistan Monday 3rd June, 10:30am – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Match 7: Afghanistan v Sri Lanka Tuesday 4th June, 10:30am – Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Match 8: South Africa v India Wednesday 5th June, 10:30am – Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
Match 9: Bangladesh v New Zealand Wednesday 5th June, 1:30pm – The Oval, London
Match 10: Australia v West Indies Thursday 6th June, 10:30am – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Match 11: Pakistan v Sri Lanka Friday 7th June, 10:30am – Bristol County Ground, Bristol
Match 12: England v Bangladesh Saturday 8th June, 10:30am – Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Match 13: Afghanistan v New Zealand Saturday 8th June, 1:30pm – County Ground Taunton, Taunton
Match 14: India v Australia Sunday 9th June, 10:30am – The Oval, London
Match 15: South Africa v West Indies Monday 10th June, 10:30am – Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
Match 16: Bangladesh v Sri Lanka Tuesday 11th June, 10:30am – Bristol County Ground, Bristol
Match 17: Australia v Pakistan Wednesday 12th June, 10:30am – County Ground Taunton, Taunton
Match 18: India v New Zealand Thursday 13th June, 10:30am – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Match 19: England v West Indies Friday 14th June, 10:30am – Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
Match 20: Sri Lanka v Australia Saturday 15th June, 10:30am – The Oval, London
Match 21: South Africa v Afghanistan Saturday 15th June, 1:30pm – Cardiff Wales Stadium, Cardiff
Match 22: India v Pakistan Sunday 16th June, 10:30am – Old Trafford, Manchester
Match 23: West Indies v Bangladesh Monday 17th June, 10:30am – County Ground Taunton, Taunton
Match 24: England v Afghanistan Tuesday 18th June, 10:30am – Old Trafford, Manchester
Match 25: New Zealand v South Africa Wednesday 19th June, 10:30am – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Match 26: Australia v Bangladesh Thursday 20th June, 10:30am – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Match 27: England v Sri Lanka Friday 21st June, 10:30am – Headingley, Leeds
Match 28: India v Afghanistan Saturday 22nd June, 10:30am – Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
Match 29: West Indies v New Zealand Saturday 22nd June, 1:30pm – Old Trafford, Manchester
Match 30: Pakistan v South Africa Sunday 23rd June, 10:30am – Lord’s London
Match 31: Bangladesh v Afghanistan Monday 24th June, 10:30am – Hampshire Bowl, Southampton
Match 32: England v Australia Tuesday 25th June, 10:30am – Lord’s London
Match 33: New Zealand v Pakistan Wednesday 26th June, 10:30am – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Match 34: West Indies v India Thursday 27th June, 10:30am – Old Trafford, Manchester
Match 35: Sri Lanka v South Africa Friday 28th June, 10:30am – The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street
Match 36: Pakistan v Afghanistan Saturday 29th June, 10:30am – Headingley, Leeds
Match 37: New Zealand v Australia Saturday 29th June, 1:30pm – Lord’s London
Match 38: England v India  Sunday 30th June, 10:30am – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Match 39: Sri Lanka v West Indies  Monday 1st July, 10:30am – The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street
Match 40: Bangladesh v India  Tuesday 2nd July, 10:30am – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Match 41: England v New Zealand Wednesday 3rd July, 10:30am – The Riverside Durham, Chester-le-Street
Match 42: Afghanistan v West Indies Thursday 4th July, 10:30am – Headingley, Leeds
Match 43: Pakistan v Bangladesh  Friday 5th July, 10:30am – Lord’s, London
Match 44: Sri Lanka v India  Saturday 6th July, 10:30am – Headingley, Leeds
Match 45: Australia v South Africa Saturday 6th July, 1:30pm – Old Trafford, Manchester
Semi Final 1: 1st place v 4th place  Tuesday 9th July, 10:30am – Old Trafford, Manchester
Semi Final 2: 2nd place v 3rd place  Thursday 11th July, 10:30am – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Final: TBC v TBC Sunday 14th July, 10:30am – Lords, London












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  2. This time team India is a very strong team in ICC World Cup 2019. And now team India is ready for 1st semi finale. If you want to Play fantasy cricket in this World Cup than join FSL11.

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