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Last Statistics Update: 07:49 Jun 27 2019 (UTC+0930)]
 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup Results Statistics World Cup Records Points Table
33rd Match - Jun 26 2019
New Zealand flagNew Zealand
237/6 (50.0 overs) 
Pakistan flagPakistan
241/4 (49.1 overs) Target 238 
Pakistan won by 6 wickets with 5 balls remaining
32nd Match - Jun 25 2019
Australia flagAustralia
285/7 (50.0 overs)
England flagEngland
221 (44.4 overs) Target 286
Australia won by 64 runs
31st Match - Jun 24 2019
Bangladesh flagBangladesh
262/7 (50.0 overs)
Afghanistan flagAfghanistan
200 (47.0 overs) Target 263
Bangladesh won by 62 runs
 Malaysia Tri-Nation (T20 Series) Results Statistics Points Table   
3rd Match - Jun 26 2019
Thailand flagThailand
130/7 (20.0 overs)
Maldives flagMaldives
131/8 (20.0 overs) Target 131
Maldives won by 2 wickets with 0 balls remaining
2nd Match - Jun 25 2019
Malaysia flagMalaysia
186/5 (20.0 overs) 
Maldives flagMaldives
113 (16.3 overs) Target 187 
Malaysia won by 73 runs
1st Match - Jun 24 2019
Thailand flagThailand
113/8 (20.0 overs)
Malaysia flagMalaysia
114/5 (17.0 overs) Target 114
Malaysia won by 5 wickets with 18 balls remaining
 Netherlands v. Zimbabwe (T20 Series) Results Statistics   
2nd Match - Jun 25 2019
Netherlands flagNetherlands
152/8 (20.0 overs) 
Zimbabwe flagZimbabwe
152 (20.0 overs) Target 153 
Zimbabwe won in super over after scores were tied
1st Match - Jun 23 2019
Netherlands flagNetherlands
199/6 (20.0 overs) 
Zimbabwe flagZimbabwe
150 (19.5 overs) Target 200 
Netherlands won by 49 runs
Approaching Milestones   [Updated: 08:42 Jun 27 2019 (UTC+0930)]
Tests: Lokesh Rahul, and Brendan Taylor near 2,000 runs. Ravindra Jadeja nears 200 wickets, while Taijul Islam, Patrick Cummins, Jason Holder, and Keshav Maharaj near 100 wickets. Tim Paine nears 100 dismissals milestone. Read more...

ODI's: Upul Tharanga and Tamim Iqbal near 7,000 runs. Quinton de Kock nears 5,000 runs. Azhar Ali, and Calum MacLeod, nears 2,000 runs. Martin Guptill nears 1,000 runs in World Cup. Dale Steyn nears 200 wickets, while Tendai Chatara, Pat Cummins, Jasprit Bumrah, Mustafizur Rahman and Chris Mpofu near 100 wickets. Samiullah Shenwari near 1,000 runs/50 wickets. Shoaib Malik nears 100 catches. Paul Duminy and Tamim Iqbal near 200 matches. Read more...

Twenty20's: Mohammad Shahzad and Mohammad Hafeez near 2,000 runs, while Samiullah Shenwari, Sabbir Rahman, Richard Berrington, and Lendl Simmons near 1,000 runs. Yuzvendra Chahal and Mustafizur Rahman near 50 wickets. Niall O'Brien and Quinton de Kock near 500 runs and 25 dismissals. Richard Berrington and Shikhar Dhawan near 50 matches. Colin Munro nears 100 career sixes. Read more...
Recent Records and Achievements   [Updated: 08:39 Jun 27 2019 (UTC+0930)]
Tests: There is no Test Cricket scheduled until late July, so we have listed the win / loss results of all the Test playing Countries, and the performances of their players since January 2016. Afghanistan record their first Test win, in their inaugural match against Ireland. Also, it was the First Test played at Rajiv Gandhi International Cricket Stadium.

ODI's: Pakistan recorded their third win of the World Cup, and overall their fourth win in six World Cup matches against New Zealand at neutral venues. Babar Azam scores his maiden World Cup century, and averages 66.6 in World Cup, and has the second highest ODI batting average by a Pakistan player. James Neesham records his highest score, and has the fourth highest ODI scoring rate by a New Zealand player. Australia record their second win in three World Cup matches against England in England. Aaron Finch scores his third World Cup century, and second against England. Jason Behrendorff records his best bowling performance. Mitchell Stark takes four wickets in the match and has the lowest bowling average and best strike rate in World Cup. Bangladesh remain unbeaten in their two matches against Afghanistan in World Cup. Shakib Al Hasan becomes the first Bangladesh player to reach the 1,000 World Cup runs milestone, and becomes the second player to score a half century and take five wickets in the same World Cup match. Mushfiqur Rahim scores a half century and takes 3 dismissals in the same match or the second time in World Cup. Gulbaden Naib becomes the second Afghanistan player to reach the 1,000 Runs/50 wickets in ODI matches.

Twenty20's: Zimbabwe's win, ties the inaugural series against the Netherlands in the Netherlands. The Maldives win their inaugural match against Thailand. Malaysia win the inaugural match against Thailand. Germany win their inaugural match against Denmark. Guernsey win their inaugural match against Norway. Jersey win their inaugural match against Italy, and overal remain undefeated in their seven T20 matches. Charles Perchard records his second best bowling performance with four wickets in the match. Denmark win their inaugural match against Norway. Read more...

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