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2007 Cricket World Cup, West Indies
The opening ceremony for ICC Cricket World Cup will be held on 11 March 2007.
 
The venue of matches will be at the following Stadiums
 

Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua
Capacity: 20,000 of which 10,000 will be permanent

Kensington Oval, Barbados
History: hosted its first Test in 1929-30 and first ODI in 1984-85
Capacity: 32,000

Queens Park, Grenada
Built: 1998
Capacity: present capacity of 13,000 to increase to 20,000 through temporary stands

Providence Stadium, Guyana
Capacity: 20,000
Status: to be built on a completely new site

Sabina Park, Jamaica
Capacity: 30,000
History: hosted its first Test in 1929-30 and first ODI in 1983-84

Kensington Oval, Barbados
History: hosted its first Test in 1929-30 and first ODI in 1984-85
Capacity: 32,000

Warner Park Stadium, St Kitts and Nevis
Capacity: increase from 4000 to 10,000 with the addition of temporary stands

Beausejour Stadium, St Lucia
Built: 2001-02
Capacity: increase existing capacity of 12,000 to 20,000 with the addition of temporary stands

Arnos Vale, St. Vincent & the Grenadines
Capacity: 12,000 Seats

Queens Park Oval, Trinidad and Tobago
The oldest ground in the Caribbean
Capacity: 25,000

 
 

Match Schedule

Warm Up Matches

Date
Group A
Trelawny,
Jamaica
Group B
St. Vincent
Group C
Trinidad & Tobago
Group D
Barbados
Mon 05 Mar
West Indies
vs
Kenya
England
vs
Bermuda
South Africa
vs
Ireland
Sri Lanka
vs
Scotland
Tue 06 Mar
India
vs
The Netherlands
Australia
vs
Zimbabwe
Pakistan
vs
Canada
New Zealand
vs
Bangladesh
Thu 08 Mar
Kenya
vs
The Netherlands
Zimbabwe
vs
Bermuda
Ireland
vs
Canada
Scotland
vs
Bangladesh
Fri 09 Mar
India
vs
West Indies
Australia
vs
England
Pakistan
vs
South Africa
New Zealand
vs
Sri Lanka

Opening Ceremony

Date
Activity
Sun 11 Mar
OPENING CEREMONY

Group Matches

Date
Group A
St. Kitts &
Nevis
Group B
Trinidad & Tobago
Group C
Saint Lucia
Group D
Jamaica
Tue 13 Mar
 
 
 
West Indies
vs
Pakistan
Wed 14 Mar
Australia
vs
Scotland
 
Kenya
vs
Canada
 
Thu 15 Mar
 
Sri Lanka
vs
Bermuda
 
Zimbabwe
vs
Ireland
Fri 16 Mar
South Africa
vs
The Netherlands
 
England
vs
New Zealand
Sat 17 Mar
India
vs
Bangladesh
Pakistan
vs
Ireland
Sun 18 Mar
Australia
vs
The Netherlands
 
England
vs
Canada
Mon 19 Mar
India
vs
Bermuda
West Indies
vs
Zimbabwe
Tue 20 Mar
South Africa
vs
Scotland
 
New Zealand
vs
Kenya
Wed 21 Mar
Sri Lanka
vs
Bangladesh
Zimbabwe
vs
Pakistan
Thu 22 Mar
Scotland
vs
The Netherlands
 
New Zealand
vs
Canada
Fri 23 Mar
India
vs
Sri Lanka
West Indies
vs
Ireland
Sat 24 Mar
Australia
vs
South Africa
 
England
vs
Kenya
Sun 25 Mar
Bermuda
vs
Bangladesh

Second Stage - Super 8

Date
Antigua & Barbuda
Grenada
Guyana
Barbados
Tue 27 Mar
D2 vs A1
 
 
 
Wed 28 Mar
 
 
A2 vs B1
 
Thu 29 Mar
D2 vs C1
 
 
 
Fri 30 Mar
 
 
D1 vs C2
 
Sat 31 Mar
A1 vs B2
 
 
 
Sun 01 Apr
 
 
D2 vs B1
 
Mon 02 Apr
B2 vs C1
 
 
 
Tue 03 Apr
 
 
D1 vs A2
 
Wed 04 Apr
C2 vs B1
 
 
 
Sat 07 Apr
 
 
B2 vs A2
 
Sun 08 Apr
A1 vs C2
 
 
 
Mon 09 Apr
 
 
D1 vs C1
 
Tue 10 Apr
 
D2 vs A2
 
 
Wed 11 Apr
 
 
 
C2 vs B2
Thu 12 Apr
 
B1 vs C1
 
 
Fri 13 Apr
 
 
 
A1 vs D1
Sat 14 Apr
 
A2 vs C1
 
 
Sun 15 Apr
 
 
 
B2 vs D1
Mon 16 Apr
 
A1 vs B1
 
 
Tue 17 Apr
 
 
 
A2 vs C2
Wed 18 Apr
 
D1 vs B1
 
 
Thu 19 Apr
 
 
 
D2 vs B2
Fri 20 Apr
 
A1 vs C1
 
 
Sat 21 Apr
 
 
 
D2 vs C2

Semi - Final Round

Date
Semi Final 1
Jamaica
Semi Final 2
Saint Lucia
Tue 24 Apr
2nd vs 3rd
 
Wed 25 Apr
 
1st vs 4th

Final

Date
Barbados
Sat 28 Apr
Final
 
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2011 Cricket World Cup

The 2011 Cricket World Cup will be held, and will be held in the four Asian cricket playing countries Viz. India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Bangala desh. India's commercial capital Mumbai has been chosen as the venue for the 2011 cricket World Cup final while Lahore and Colombo will stage the semifinals.


· India: 22 games (including the final)
· Pakistan: 16 games (including one semi-final)
· Sri Lanka: 9 games (including one semi-final)
· Bangladesh: 6 games (including the opening ceremony and opening match)
 
 
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