2011 Cricket World Cup schedule

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The chronological list of fixtures for the 2011 Cricket World Cup. All times local UTC+05:30 (India). Group-stage kick-off times are subject to change for television or scheduling reasons.[1][2][3] It would be a 43-day-long tournament taking place from 19 February 2011 to 2 April 2011.

Schedule[edit]

2011 World Cup schedule
Day Time Venue Team 1 Team 2 Result
Warm-up matches
12 February 2011
09:30 Colombo, Sri Lanka West Indies   Kenya  West Indies won by 61 runs
09:30 Colombo, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka   Netherlands  Sri Lanka won by 156 runs
14:30 Chittagong, Bangladesh Canada   Bangladesh  Bangladesh won by 9 wickets
14:30 Nagpur, India New Zealand   Ireland  New Zealand won by 32 runs
14:30 Chennai, India Zimbabwe   South Africa  South Africa won by 8 wickets
13 February 2011
14:30 Bangalore, India India   Australia  India won by 38 runs
14 February 2011 No event
15 February 2011
09:30 Nagpur, India Zimbabwe   Ireland  Ireland won by 4 wickets
09:30 Colombo, Sri Lanka Kenya   Netherlands  Netherlands won by 2 wickets
14:30 Colombo, Sri Lanka West Indies   Sri Lanka  Sri Lanka won by 4 wickets
14:30 Dhaka, Bangladesh Pakistan   Bangladesh  Pakistan won by 89 runs
14:30 Bangalore, India Australia   South Africa  South Africa won by 7 wickets
16 February 2011
09:30 Narayanganj, Bangladesh England   Canada  England won by 16 runs
14:30 Chennai, India India   New Zealand  India won by 117 runs
17 February 2011 Opening Ceremony
18 February 2011
14:30 Narayanganj, Bangladesh England   Pakistan  England won by 67 runs
Group stage matches
     Group A,      Group B
19 February 2011
14:30 Dhaka, Bangladesh India   Bangladesh  India won by 87 runs
20 February 2011 09:30 Chennai, India Kenya   New Zealand  New Zealand won by 10 wickets
14:30 Hambantota, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka   Canada  Sri Lanka won by 210 runs
21 February 2011 14:30 Ahmedabad, India Australia   Zimbabwe  Australia won by 91 runs
22 February 2011 14:30 Nagpur, India Netherlands   England  England won by 6 wickets
23 February 2011 14:30 Hambantota, Sri Lanka Pakistan   Kenya  Pakistan won by 205 runs
24 February 2011 14:30 Delhi, India West Indies   South Africa  South Africa won by 7 wickets
25 February 2011 09:30 Nagpur, India New Zealand   Australia  Australia won by 7 wickets
14:30 Dhaka, Bangladesh Bangladesh   Ireland  Bangladesh won by 27 runs
26 February 2011 10:30 Colombo, Sri Lanka Pakistan   Sri Lanka  Pakistan won by 11 runs
27 February 2011 14:30 Bangalore, India India   England Match tied
28 February 2011 09:30 Nagpur, India Zimbabwe   Canada  Zimbabwe won by 175 runs
14:30 Delhi, India West Indies   Netherlands  West Indies won by 215 runs
1 March 2011 14:30 Colombo, Sri Lanka Kenya   Sri Lanka  Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets
2 March 2011 14:30 Bangalore, India England   Ireland  Ireland won by 3 wickets
3 March 2011 09:30 Mohali, India South Africa   Netherlands  South Africa won by 231 runs
14:30 Colombo, Sri Lanka Pakistan   Canada  Pakistan won by 46 runs
4 March 2011 09:30 Ahmedabad, India New Zealand   Zimbabwe  New Zealand won by 10 wickets
14:30 Dhaka, Bangladesh Bangladesh   West Indies  West Indies won by 9 wickets
5 March 2011 14:30 Colombo, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka   Australia Match abandoned due to rain.
6 March 2011 09:30 Chennai, India England   South Africa  England won by 6 runs
14:30 Bangalore, India India   Ireland  India won by 5 wickets
7 March 2011 14:30 Delhi, India Canada   Kenya  Canada won by 5 wickets
8 March 2011 14:30 Kandy, Sri Lanka New Zealand   Pakistan  New Zealand won by 110 runs
9 March 2011 14:30 Delhi, India India   Netherlands  India won by 5 wickets
10 March 2011 14:30 Kandy, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka   Zimbabwe  Sri Lanka won by 139 runs
11 March 2011 09:30 Mohali, India Ireland   West Indies  West Indies won by 44 runs
14:30 Chittagong, Bangladesh Bangladesh   England  Bangladesh won by 2 wickets
12 March 2011 14:30 Nagpur, India India   South Africa  South Africa won by 3 wickets
13 March 2011 09:30 Mumbai, India Canada   New Zealand  New Zealand won by 97 runs
14:30 Bangalore, India Australia   Kenya  Australia won by 60 runs
14 March 2011 09:30 Chittagong, Bangladesh Bangladesh   Netherlands  Bangladesh won by 6 wickets
14:30 Kandy, Sri Lanka Pakistan   Zimbabwe  Pakistan won by 7 wickets
15 March 2011 14:30 Kolkata, India South Africa   Ireland  South Africa won by 131 runs
16 March 2011 14:30 Bangalore, India Australia   Canada  Australia won by 7 wickets
17 March 2011 14:30 Chennai, India England   West Indies  England won by 18 runs
18 March 2011 09:30 Kolkata, India Ireland   Netherlands  Ireland won by 6 wickets
14:30 Mumbai, India New Zealand   Sri Lanka  Sri Lanka won by 112 runs
19 March 2011 09:30 Dhaka, Bangladesh Bangladesh   South Africa  South Africa won by 206 runs
14:30 Colombo, Sri Lanka Australia   Pakistan  Pakistan won by 4 wickets
20 March 2011 09:30 Kolkata, India Kenya   Zimbabwe  Zimbabwe won by 161 runs
14:30 Chennai, India India   West Indies  India won by 80 runs
21 March 2011 No event
22 March 2011
Knockout stage matches
23 March 2011
14:30 Dhaka, Bangladesh West Indies   Pakistan  Pakistan won by 10 wickets
24 March 2011 14:30 Ahmedabad, India India   Australia  India won by 5 wickets
25 March 2011 14:30 Dhaka, Bangladesh South Africa   New Zealand  New Zealand won by 49 runs
26 March 2011 14:30 Colombo, Sri Lanka Sri Lanka   England  Sri Lanka won by 10 wickets
27 March 2011 No event
28 March 2011
29 March 2011 14:30 Colombo, Sri Lanka New Zealand   Sri Lanka  Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets
30 March 2011 14:30 Mohali, India India   Pakistan  India won by 29 runs
31 March 2011 No event
1 April 2011
2 April 2011 14:30 Mumbai, India Sri Lanka   India  India won by 6 wickets

References[edit]

  1. ^ WC Fixtures. Cricinfo.
  2. ^ Warm up matches schedule. Cricinfo. Retrieved on 1 February 2011.
  3. ^ World Cup Warm up matches schedule. Yahoo! Cricket. Retrieved on 1 February 2011.

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