India will play with New Zealand and Bangladesh in World Cup practice matches


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India will play a pactice match from New Zealand and Bangladesh before the World Cup beginning in England from May 30. Every one of the ten groups need to play two practice coordinates before the competition, which will be played in four spots of England and Wales.

“These matches will be played from May 24 to 28, which will be played in Bristol, Cardiff, Hampshire Bowl and The Oval,” the ICC said in a discharge. India will play from New Zealand on 25th May and Bangladesh on May 28. Practice matches will be of 50 overs.

World Cup will be held from May 30 to July 14, 2019 India will begin its battle against South Africa on June 5, while the last match against Pakistan will be on June 16.

India has constantly vanquished Pakistan in the World Cup. Strangely, before the beginning of different ICC competitions, it was against India and Pakistan, in light of the fact that the arena was full. This occurred in the World Cup 2015 in Australia (Adelaide) and Champions Trophy 2017 (Birmingham).


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