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2015 cricket World Cup fixtures

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DUBAI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Tuesday announced the fixtures of the 2015 World Cup, to be jointly hosted by Australia and New Zealand.

The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) will host the final of the 2015 cricket World Cup, with New Zealand’s Christchurch to kick off the one-day tournament four years after being devastated by an earthquake.

The March 29 final at the MCG comes 23 years after a bumper crowd saw Imran Khan’s Pakistan defeat England for their maiden World Cup at Melbourne’s 100,000-seat coliseum.

The semi-finals will be at the Sydney Cricket Ground and Auckland’s Eden Park.

Fixtures for the cricket World Cup that will be jointly held by Australia and New Zealand from Feb. 14-March 29, 2015:       

Feb 14    Sri Lanka v New Zealand, Christchurch

England v Australia, Melbourne

 

Feb 15    South Africa v Zimbabwe, Hamilton

India v Pakistan, Adelaide

 

Feb 16    West Indies v Ireland, Nelson

 

Feb 17    New Zealand v Qualifier 3, Dunedin

 

Feb 18    Bangladesh v Qualifier 2, Canberra

 

Feb 19    Zimbabwe v Qualifier 4, Nelson

 

Feb 20    England v New Zealand, Wellington

 

Feb 21    Pakistan v West Indies, Christchurch

Australia v Bangladesh, Brisbane

 

Feb 22    Sri Lanka v Qualifier 2, Dunedin

South Africa v India, Melbourne

 

Feb 23    England v Qualifier 3, Christchurch

 

Feb 24    West Indies v Zimbabwe, Canberra

 

Feb 25    Ireland v Qualifier 4, Brisbane

 

Feb 26    Qualifier 2 v Qualifier 3, Dunedin

Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, Melbourne

 

Feb 27    South Africa v West Indies, Sydney

 

Feb 28    Australia v New Zealand, Auckland

India v Qualifier 4, Perth

 

March 1   England v Sri Lanka, Wellington

Pakistan v Zimbabwe, Brisbane

 

March 3   South Africa v Ireland, Canberra

 

March 4   Pakistan v Qualifier 4, Napier

Australia v Qualifier 2, Perth

 

March 5   Bangladesh v Qualifier 3, Nelson

 

March 6   India v West Indies, Perth

 

March 7   South Africa v Pakistan, Auckland

Zimbabwe v Ireland, Hobart

 

March 8   New Zealand v Qualifier 2, Napier

Australia v Sri Lanka, Sydney

 

March 9   England v Bangladesh, Adelaide

 

March 10  India v Ireland, Hamilton

 

March 11  Sri Lanka v Qualifer 3, Hobart

 

March 12  South Africa v Qualifier 4, Wellington

 

March 13  Bangladesh v New Zealand, Hamilton

England v Qualifier 2, Sydney

 

March 14  India v Zimbabwe, Auckland

Australia v Qualifier 3, Hobart

 

March 15  West Indies v Qualifier 4, Napier

Pakistan v Ireland, Adelaide

 

March 18  Quarter-final 1, Sydney

 

March 19  Quarter-final 2, Melbourne

 

March 20  Quarter-final 3, Adelaide

 

March 21  Quarter-final 4, Wellington

 

March 24  Semi-final 1, Auckland

 

March 25  Semi-final 2, Sydney

 

March 29  Final, Melbourne

Asad Haroon
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