International cricket in 2019

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The 2019 international cricket season was from May 2019 to September 2019.[1] The 2019 Cricket World Cup in England and Wales took place during this time, starting on 30 May 2019.[2] 11 Test matches, 91 One Day Internationals (ODIs) and 71 Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) were scheduled to be played during this period. The season started with India leading the Test cricket rankings, England leading the ODI rankings and Pakistan leading the Twenty20 rankings. On 3 May, the International Cricket Council (ICC) expanded the men's T20I rankings to include all current Full Member and Associate members of the ICC, featuring 80 teams.[3] In the women's rankings, Australia women lead both the WODI and WT20I tables.

Concussion replacements were allowed to be used in all international cricket matches from 1 August 2019, after the ICC approved changes to the Playing Conditions to this effect.[4] A concussion substitute was used for the first time in international cricket when Steve Smith was replaced by Marnus Labuschagne after being struck on the neck by a bouncer in the second Test of the Ashes.[5]

International men's cricket started with a one-off ODI between England and Ireland, which England won. The 2019 Cricket World Cup was held in England, starting in May. England won their first World Cup, beating New Zealand in a Super Over, after the final finished in a tie. Following the World Cup, the 71st Ashes series was played in this season. The Ashes Tests were the first Test matches in the inaugural 2019–21 ICC World Test Championship.[6] Australia retained the Ashes, after winning the fourth Test of the series. The series was drawn 2–2, the first drawn Ashes series since 1972.[7]

In the one-off test between England and Ireland, Ireland were bowled out for 38 in their second innings. This was the seventh lowest innings total in Test history, and the lowest since England bowled New Zealand out for 26 in 1955.[8] In the third Test of the Ashes, England were bowled out for 67 in their first innings and went on to win the Test; this is the first time since 1887 that a team has been bowled out for less than 70 in their first innings and went on to win the match.[9]

The 2019 Romania T20 Cup saw several records set in men's T20Is. The match between Czech Republic and Turkey saw the Czech Republic equal the record for the highest innings total in T20Is (278), Turkey bowled out for the lowest total in T20Is (21), and the largest margin of defeat in terms of runs (257).

In addition, several qualification events for the 2020 ICC T20 World Cup took place in this season. In the Africa qualifier, both Namibia and Kenya progressed to the 2019 ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier tournament. Jersey progressed from the Europe qualifier tournament and Singapore progressed from the Asia qualifier tournament. In the final qualifier tournament was the Americas group, which saw Canada and Bermuda progress. Qualification started for the 2023 Cricket World Cup this season, with the Scotland Tri-Nation Series kicking off Cricket World Cup League 2.

In July 2019, the ICC suspended Zimbabwe Cricket, for breach of the ICC Constitution, with the team barred from taking part in ICC events.[4] It was the first time that a Full Member of the ICC had been suspended.[10] As a result of Zimbabwe's suspension, the ICC replaced them in the 2019 ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier with Nigeria and the 2019 ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier tournament with Namibia.[11] In addition, the ICC suspended the Croatian Cricket Federation and the Zambia Cricket Union for non-compliance issues, and expelled the Royal Moroccan Cricket Federation as they continued to remain non-compliant with the ICC Membership Criteria.[4]

Women's cricket in this season saw the conclusion of qualification for the 2020 ICC Women's T20 World Cup, with many of these events also being part of the 2021 Women's Cricket World Cup qualification process. Regional qualification groups saw teams progress to both the 2019 ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier and 2020 Women's Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournaments. Zimbabwe initially qualified from the Africa group, before being replaced by Namibia.[12] Papua New Guinea qualified from the EAP group, the United States qualified from the Americas group and the Netherlands qualified from the Europe group. The 2019 ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier also took place during the season. Bangladesh and Thailand reached the final of the Qualifier to progress to the 2020 ICC Women's T20 World Cup. It was the first time that Thailand had qualified for a Women's T20 World Cup tournament.[13] Bangladesh beat Thailand in the final of the Qualifier to win the tournament.

The 2019 Kwibuka Women's T20 Tournament saw several records set. Mali scored four of the five lowest innings totals in WT20Is, the lowest of which was six. In addition, the two highest innings totals in WT20Is was also set this tournament, with Uganda's 314/2 being the highest. In addition, four bilateral series were played, including the 23rd Women's Ashes, which was won by Australia.

Season overview[edit]

International tours
Start date Home team Away team Results [Matches]
Test ODI T20I FC LA
3 May 2019  Ireland  England 0–1 [1]
5 May 2019  England  Pakistan 4–0 [5] 1–0 [1]
8 May 2019  Scotland  Afghanistan 0–1 [2]
18 May 2019  Scotland  Sri Lanka 0–1 [2]
19 May 2019  Ireland  Afghanistan 1–1 [2]
19 June 2019  Netherlands  Zimbabwe 2–0 [2] 1–1 [2]
1 July 2019  Ireland  Zimbabwe 3–0 [3] 1–1 [3]
24 July 2019  England  Ireland 1–0 [1]
26 July 2019  Sri Lanka  Bangladesh 3–0 [3]
1 August 2019  England  Australia 2–2 [5]
3 August 2019  Netherlands  United Arab Emirates 0–4 [4]
3 August 2019 United States  West Indies  India 0–2 [2] 0–2 [3] 0–3 [3]
14 August 2019  Sri Lanka  New Zealand 1–1 [2] 1–2 [3]
August 2019[n 1]  Zimbabwe  Afghanistan [1] [5] [3]
International tournaments
Start date Tournament Winners
5 May 2019 Ireland 2019 Ireland Tri-Nation Series  Bangladesh
20 May 2019 Uganda 2019 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier  Namibia
30 May 2019 England Wales 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup  England
15 June 2019 Guernsey 2019 ICC T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier  Jersey
22 July 2019 Singapore 2019 ICC T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier  Singapore
14 August 2019 Scotland 2019 Scotland Tri-Nation Series  Scotland
18 August 2019 Bermuda 2019 ICC T20 World Cup Americas Qualifier  Canada
Women's international tours
Start date Home team Away team Results [Matches]
WTest WODI WT20I
6 May 2019  South Africa  Pakistan 1–1 [3] 3–2 [5]
26 May 2019  Ireland  West Indies 0–3 [3]
6 June 2019  England  West Indies 3–0 [3] 1–0 [3]
2 July 2019  England  Australia 0–0 [1] 0–3 [3] 1–2 [3]
10 July 2019[n 2]  Ireland  Zimbabwe [3]
Women's international tournaments
Start date Tournament Winners
5 May 2019 Zimbabwe 2019 ICC Women's Qualifier Africa  Zimbabwe
6 May 2019 Vanuatu 2019 ICC Women's Qualifier EAP  Papua New Guinea
17 May 2019 United States 2019 ICC Women's Qualifier Americas  United States
26 June 2019 Spain 2019 ICC Women's Qualifier Europe  Netherlands
8 August 2019 Netherlands 2019 Netherlands Women's Quadrangular Series  Thailand
31 August 2019 Scotland 2019 ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier  Bangladesh

Rankings[edit]

The following were the rankings at the beginning of the season.

ICC Test Championship 3 May 2019[14][15]
Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  India 32 3,631 113
2  New Zealand 23 2,547 111
3  South Africa 27 2,917 108
4  England 35 3,663 105
5  Australia 27 2,640 98
6  Sri Lanka 37 3,462 94
7  Pakistan 27 2,263 84
8  West Indies 29 2,381 82
9  Bangladesh 25 1,898 65
10  Zimbabwe 9 140 16
ICC ODI Championship 3 May 2019[16][15]
Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  England 38 4,659 123
2  India 47 5,669 121
3  South Africa 39 4,488 115
4  New Zealand 33 3,729 113
5  Australia 40 4,342 109
6  Pakistan 37 3,552 96
7  Bangladesh 31 2,667 86
8  West Indies 34 2,719 80
9  Sri Lanka 43 3,266 76
10  Afghanistan 28 1,780 64
11  Zimbabwe 30 1,609 54
12  Ireland 20 921 46
13  Scotland 9 359 40
14    Nepal 8 152 19
15  United Arab Emirates 15 144 10
16  Papua New Guinea 9 50 6
ICC T20I Championship 3 May 2019[17][18]
Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  Pakistan 25 7154 286
2  South Africa 16 4196 262
3  England 15 3917 261
4  Australia 21 5471 261
5  India 28 7273 260
6  New Zealand 16 4056 254
7  Afghanistan 16 3849 241
8  Sri Lanka 18 4093 227
9  West Indies 21 4747 226
10  Bangladesh 16 3525 220
11    Nepal 8 1698 212
12  Scotland 11 2185 199
13  Zimbabwe 9 1730 192
14  Netherlands 9 1686 187
15  Ireland 19 3455 182
16  United Arab Emirates 14 2527 181
Only the top 16 teams are shown
ICC Women's ODI Rankings 24 March 2019[19]
Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  Australia 25 3602 144
2  England 30 3673 122
3  India 33 4018 122
4  New Zealand 33 3714 113
5  South Africa 39 3864 99
6  West Indies 22 1921 87
7  Pakistan 26 1978 76
8  Sri Lanka 29 1617 56
9  Bangladesh 13 632 49
10  Ireland 10 211 21
ICC Women's T20I Rankings 1 May 2019[20]
Rank Team Matches Points Rating
1  Australia 28 7,937 283
2  England 30 8,332 278
3  New Zealand 32 8,837 276
4  West Indies 27 7,044 261
5  India 38 9,504 250
6  South Africa 28 6,824 244
7  Pakistan 34 7,713 227
8  Sri Lanka 31 6,373 206
9  Bangladesh 31 5,913 191
10  Ireland 17 3,153 185
11  Zimbabwe 23 3,518 153
12  Thailand 40 6,044 151
13  Scotland 8 1,199 150
14    Nepal 19 2,425 128
15  Uganda 25 3,166 127
16  United Arab Emirates 27 3,381 125
Only the top 16 teams are shown

May[edit]

England in Ireland[edit]

Only ODI
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4127 3 May William Porterfield Eoin Morgan The Village, Malahide  England by 4 wickets

2019 Ireland Tri-Nation Series[edit]

P W L T NR Pts NRR
 Bangladesh 4 3 0 0 1 14 +0.622
 West Indies 4 2 2 0 0 9 +0.843
 Ireland 4 0 3 0 1 2 –1.783
Tri-series
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
ODI 4128 5 May  Ireland William Porterfield  West Indies Jason Holder Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Clontarf  West Indies by 196 runs
ODI 4129 7 May  West Indies Jason Holder  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Clontarf  Bangladesh by 8 wickets
ODI 4130a 9 May  Ireland William Porterfield  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza The Village, Malahide Match abandoned
ODI 4132 11 May  Ireland William Porterfield  West Indies Jason Holder The Village, Malahide  West Indies by 5 wickets
ODI 4134 13 May  West Indies Jason Holder  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza The Village, Malahide  Bangladesh by 5 wickets
ODI 4136 15 May  Ireland William Porterfield  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza Clontarf Cricket Club Ground, Clontarf  Bangladesh by 6 wickets
Final
ODI 4137 17 May  West Indies Jason Holder  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza The Village, Malahide  Bangladesh by 5 wickets (DLS)

Pakistan in England[edit]

Only T20I
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 772 5 May Eoin Morgan Sarfaraz Ahmed Sophia Gardens, Cardiff  England by 7 wickets
ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4130 8 May Eoin Morgan Sarfaraz Ahmed The Oval, London No result
ODI 4133 11 May Eoin Morgan Sarfaraz Ahmed Rose Bowl, Southampton  England by 12 runs
ODI 4135 14 May Eoin Morgan Sarfaraz Ahmed County Ground, Bristol  England by 6 wickets
ODI 4138 17 May Jos Buttler Sarfaraz Ahmed Trent Bridge, Nottingham  England by 3 wickets
ODI 4140 19 May Eoin Morgan Sarfaraz Ahmed Headingley, Leeds  England by 54 runs

2019 ICC Women's Qualifier Africa[edit]

Round-robin
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
WT20I 623 5 May  Namibia Yasmeen Khan  Kenya Margaret Ngoche Takashinga Cricket Club, Harare  Namibia by 39 runs
WT20I 624 5 May  Zimbabwe Mary-Anne Musonda  Mozambique Palmira Cuinica Old Hararians Sports Club, Harare  Zimbabwe by 163 runs
WT20I 625 5 May  Nigeria Blessing Etim  Rwanda Sarah Uwera Takashinga Cricket Club, Harare  Rwanda by 37 runs
WT20I 626 5 May  Uganda Kevin Awino  Sierra Leone Linda Bull Old Hararians Sports Club, Harare  Uganda by 90 runs
WT20I 631 6 May  Kenya Margaret Ngoche  Sierra Leone Linda Bull Takashinga Cricket Club, Harare  Kenya by 106 runs
WT20I 632 6 May  Mozambique Palmira Cuinica  Nigeria Blessing Etim Old Hararians Sports Club, Harare  Nigeria by 8 wickets
WT20I 633 6 May  Uganda Kevin Awino  Namibia Yasmeen Khan Old Hararians Sports Club, Harare  Namibia by 14 runs
WT20I 634 6 May  Tanzania Fatuma Kibasu  Zimbabwe Mary-Anne Musonda Takashinga Cricket Club, Harare  Zimbabwe by 92 runs
WT20I 639 8 May  Mozambique Palmira Cuinica  Rwanda Sarah Uwera Old Hararians Sports Club, Harare  Rwanda by 1 wicket
WT20I 640 8 May  Nigeria Blessing Etim  Tanzania Fatuma Kibasu Takashinga Cricket Club, Harare  Tanzania by 86 runs
WT20I 641 8 May  Kenya Margaret Ngoche  Uganda Kevin Awino Old Hararians Sports Club, Harare  Uganda by 4 runs
WT20I 642 8 May  Sierra Leone Linda Bull  Namibia Yasmeen Khan Takashinga Cricket Club, Harare  Namibia by 10 wickets
WT20I 647 9 May  Tanzania Fatuma Kibasu  Mozambique Eulalia Moiane Takashinga Cricket Club, Harare  Tanzania by 10 wickets
WT20I 648 9 May  Rwanda Sarah Uwera  Zimbabwe Mary-Anne Musonda Old Hararians Sports Club, Harare  Zimbabwe by 82 runs
WT20I 652 11 May  Rwanda Sarah Uwera  Tanzania Fatuma Kibasu Takashinga Cricket Club, Harare  Tanzania by 38 runs
WT20I 653 11 May  Zimbabwe Mary-Anne Musonda  Nigeria Blessing Etim Old Hararians Sports Club, Harare  Zimbabwe by 10 wickets
Final
WT20I 654 12 May  Zimbabwe Mary-Anne Musonda  Namibia Yasmeen Khan Harare Sports Club, Harare  Zimbabwe by 50 runs

2019 ICC Women's Qualifier EAP[edit]

P W L T NR Pts NRR Status
 Papua New Guinea (Q) 5 5 0 0 0 10 +2.954 Advanced to qualifying tournament
 Samoa 5 4 1 0 0 8 +1.219 Eliminated
 Vanuatu (H) 5 3 2 0 0 6 +0.216
 Indonesia 5 2 3 0 0 4 +0.140
 Japan 5 1 4 0 0 2 –1.296
 Fiji 5 0 5 0 0 0 –4.052

(H) Host, (Q) Qualified to qualifying tournament

Round-robin
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
WT20I 627 6 May  Vanuatu Selina Solman  Papua New Guinea Kaia Arua Independence Park Ground 1, Port Vila  Papua New Guinea by 57 runs
WT20I 628 6 May  Japan Mai Yanagida  Indonesia Puji Haryanti Independence Park Ground 2, Port Vila  Indonesia by 7 wickets
WT20I 629 6 May  Papua New Guinea Kaia Arua  Indonesia Puji Haryanti Independence Park Ground 1, Port Vila  Papua New Guinea by 7 wickets
WT20I 630 6 May  Samoa Regina Lili'i  Fiji Ruci Muriyalo Independence Park Ground 2, Port Vila  Samoa by 9 wickets
WT20I 635 7 May  Samoa Regina Lili'i  Japan Mai Yanagida Independence Park Ground 1, Port Vila  Samoa by 9 wickets
WT20I 636 7 May  Papua New Guinea Kaia Arua  Fiji Ruci Muriyalo Independence Park Ground 2, Port Vila  Papua New Guinea by 10 wickets
WT20I 637 7 May  Indonesia Puji Haryanti  Samoa Regina Lili'i Independence Park Ground 1, Port Vila  Samoa by 9 wickets (DLS)
WT20I 638 7 May  Vanuatu Selina Solman  Fiji Ruci Muriyalo Independence Park Ground 2, Port Vila  Vanuatu by 63 runs (DLS)
WT20I 643 9 May  Vanuatu Selina Solman  Samoa Regina Lili'i Independence Park Ground 1, Port Vila  Samoa by 8 wickets
WT20I 644 9 May  Fiji Ruci Muriyalo  Japan Mai Yanagida Independence Park Ground 2, Port Vila  Japan by 31 runs
WT20I 645 9 May  Papua New Guinea Kaia Arua  Japan Mai Yanagida Independence Park Ground 1, Port Vila  Papua New Guinea by 10 wickets
WT20I 646 9 May  Indonesia Puji Haryanti  Vanuatu Selina Solman Independence Park Ground 2, Port Vila  Vanuatu by 4 wickets
WT20I 649 10 May  Indonesia Puji Haryanti  Fiji Ruci Muriyalo Independence Park Ground 1, Port Vila  Indonesia by 8 wickets
WT20I 650 10 May  Japan Mai Yanagida  Vanuatu Selina Solman Independence Park Ground 2, Port Vila  Vanuatu by 9 wickets
WT20I 651 10 May  Samoa Regina Lili'i  Papua New Guinea Kaia Arua Independence Park Ground 1, Port Vila  Papua New Guinea by 7 wickets

Pakistan women in South Africa[edit]

2017–20 ICC Women's Championship – WODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WODI 1152 6 May Suné Luus Bismah Maroof Senwes Park, Potchefstroom  Pakistan by 8 wickets
WODI 1153 9 May Suné Luus Bismah Maroof Senwes Park, Potchefstroom  South Africa by 8 wickets
WODI 1154 12 May Suné Luus Bismah Maroof Willowmoore Park, Benoni Match tied
WT20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WT20I 655 15 May Suné Luus Bismah Maroof Tuks Oval, Pretoria  Pakistan by 7 wickets
WT20I 657 18 May Suné Luus Bismah Maroof Pietermaritzburg Oval, Pietermaritzburg  South Africa by 8 wickets
WT20I 659 19 May Suné Luus Bismah Maroof Pietermaritzburg Oval, Pietermaritzburg  Pakistan by 4 wickets
WT20I 661 22 May Suné Luus Bismah Maroof Willowmoore Park, Benoni  South Africa by 4 wickets
WT20I 662 23 May Suné Luus Bismah Maroof Willowmoore Park, Benoni  South Africa by 9 wickets

Afghanistan in Scotland[edit]

ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4129a 8 May Kyle Coetzer Gulbadin Naib The Grange Club, Edinburgh Match abandoned
ODI 4131 10 May Kyle Coetzer Gulbadin Naib The Grange Club, Edinburgh  Afghanistan by 2 runs (DLS)

2019 ICC Women's Qualifier Americas[edit]

P W L T NR Pts NRR Status
 United States (H), (Q) 3 3 0 0 0 6 +2.203 Advanced to qualifying tournament
 Canada 3 0 3 0 0 0 –2.203 Eliminated

(H) Host, (Q) Qualified to qualifying tournament

Round-robin
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
WT20I 656 17 May  United States Sindhu Sriharsha  Canada Mahewish Khan Central Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill  United States by 10 wickets
WT20I 658 18 May  United States Sindhu Sriharsha  Canada Mahewish Khan Central Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill  United States by 37 runs
WT20I 660 19 May  United States Sindhu Sriharsha  Canada Mahewish Khan Central Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill  United States by 35 runs

Sri Lanka in Scotland[edit]

ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4138a 18 May Kyle Coetzer Dimuth Karunaratne The Grange Club, Edinburgh Match abandoned
ODI 4142 21 May Kyle Coetzer Dimuth Karunaratne The Grange Club, Edinburgh  Sri Lanka by 35 runs (DLS)

Afghanistan in Ireland[edit]

ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4139 19 May William Porterfield Gulbadin Naib Stormont, Belfast  Ireland by 72 runs
ODI 4141 21 May William Porterfield Gulbadin Naib Stormont, Belfast  Afghanistan by 126 runs


2019 ICC T20 World Cup Africa Qualifier[edit]

P W L T NR Pts NRR Status
 Namibia (Q) 5 3 0 0 2 8 +4.547 Qualify to 2019 ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier
 Kenya (Q) 5 3 0 0 2 8 +1.363
 Nigeria (Q) 5 2 1 0 2 6 +0.394
 Uganda (H) 5 2 2 0 1 5 +0.587
 Botswana 5 0 3 0 2 2 –3.028
 Ghana 5 0 4 0 1 1 –2.361

(H) Host, (Q) Qualified

Round-robin
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
T20I 776 20 May  Kenya Shem Ngoche  Nigeria Ademola Onikoyi Kyambogo Cricket Oval, Kampala  Kenya by 8 wickets
T20I 777 20 May  Ghana Isaac Aboagye  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus Kyambogo Cricket Oval, Kampala  Namibia by 9 wickets
T20I 778 20 May  Uganda Roger Mukasa  Botswana Karabo Motlhanka Lugogo Stadium, Kampala  Uganda by 52 runs
T20I 779 21 May  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus  Uganda Roger Mukasa Kyambogo Cricket Oval, Kampala  Namibia by 42 runs
T20I 780 21 May  Botswana Karabo Motlhanka  Nigeria Ademola Onikoyi Lugogo Stadium, Kampala  Nigeria by 11 runs
T20I 781 21 May  Kenya Shem Ngoche  Ghana Isaac Aboagye Kyambogo Cricket Oval, Kampala  Kenya by 53 runs
T20I 782 22 May  Nigeria Ademola Onikoyi  Ghana Isaac Aboagye Kyambogo Cricket Oval, Kampala  Nigeria by 28 runs
T20I 783 22 May  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus  Botswana Karabo Motlhanka Kyambogo Cricket Oval, Kampala  Namibia by 10 wickets
T20I 784 22 May  Uganda Roger Mukasa  Kenya Shem Ngoche Lugogo Stadium, Kampala  Kenya by 1 run
T20I 784a 23 May  Botswana Karabo Motlhanka  Kenya Shem Ngoche Kyambogo Cricket Oval, Kampala Match abandoned
T20I 784b 23 May  Nigeria Ademola Onikoyi  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus Lugogo Stadium, Kampala Match abandoned
T20I 785 23 May  Uganda Roger Mukasa  Ghana Isaac Aboagye Kyambogo Cricket Oval, Kampala  Uganda by 7 wickets
T20I 785a 24 May  Ghana Isaac Aboagye  Botswana Karabo Motlhanka Kyambogo Cricket Oval, Kampala Match abandoned
T20I 785b 24 May  Namibia Gerhard Erasmus  Kenya Shem Ngoche Kyambogo Cricket Oval, Kampala Match abandoned
T20I 785c 24 May  Nigeria Ademola Onikoyi  Uganda Roger Mukasa Lugogo Stadium, Kampala Match abandoned

West Indies women in Ireland[edit]

WT20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WT20I 663 26 May Laura Delany Stafanie Taylor YMCA Cricket Club, Dublin  West Indies by 64 runs
WT20I 664 28 May Kim Garth Stafanie Taylor Sydney Parade, Dublin  West Indies by 45 runs
WT20I 665 29 May Kim Garth Stafanie Taylor Sydney Parade, Dublin  West Indies by 72 runs

2019 Cricket World Cup[edit]

Pos Team Pld W L T NR Pts NRR Qualification
1  India 9 7 1 0 1 15 0.809 Advance to semi-finals
2  Australia 9 7 2 0 0 14 0.868
3  England (H) 9 6 3 0 0 12 1.152
4  New Zealand 9 5 3 0 1 11 0.175
5  Pakistan 9 5 3 0 1 11 −0.430 Eliminated
6  Sri Lanka 9 3 4 0 2 8 −0.919
7  South Africa 9 3 5 0 1 7 −0.030
8  Bangladesh 9 3 5 0 1 7 −0.410
9  West Indies 9 2 6 0 1 5 −0.225
10  Afghanistan 9 0 9 0 0 0 −1.322
Source: ICC, ESPNcricinfo
Rules for classification: 1) Points; 2) Wins; 3) Net run rate; 4) Results of games between tied teams; 5) Pre-tournament seeding
(H) Host.
2019 Cricket World Cup
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
ODI 4143 30 May  England Eoin Morgan  South Africa Faf du Plessis The Oval, London  England by 104 runs
ODI 4144 31 May  Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed  West Indies Jason Holder Trent Bridge, Nottingham  West Indies by 7 wickets
ODI 4145 1 June  New Zealand Kane Williamson  Sri Lanka Dimuth Karunaratne Sophia Gardens, Cardiff  New Zealand by 10 wickets
ODI 4146 1 June  Australia Aaron Finch  Afghanistan Gulbadin Naib County Ground, Bristol  Australia by 7 wickets
ODI 4147 2 June  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza  South Africa Faf du Plessis The Oval, London  Bangladesh by 21 runs
ODI 4148 3 June  England Eoin Morgan  Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Pakistan by 14 runs
ODI 4149 4 June  Afghanistan Gulbadin Naib  Sri Lanka Dimuth Karunaratne Sophia Gardens, Cardiff  Sri Lanka by 34 runs (DLS)
ODI 4150 5 June  India Virat Kohli  South Africa Faf du Plessis Rose Bowl, Southampton  India by 6 wickets
ODI 4151 5 June  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza  New Zealand Kane Williamson The Oval, London  New Zealand by 2 wickets
ODI 4152 6 June  Australia Aaron Finch  West Indies Jason Holder Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Australia by 15 runs
ODI 4152a 7 June  Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed  Sri Lanka Dimuth Karunaratne County Ground, Bristol Match abandoned
ODI 4153 8 June  England Eoin Morgan  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza Sophia Gardens, Cardiff  England by 106 runs
ODI 4154 8 June  Afghanistan Gulbadin Naib  New Zealand Kane Williamson County Ground, Taunton  New Zealand by 7 wickets
ODI 4155 9 June  Australia Aaron Finch  India Virat Kohli The Oval, London  India by 36 runs
ODI 4156 10 June  South Africa Faf du Plessis  West Indies Jason Holder Rose Bowl, Southampton No result
ODI 4156a 11 June  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza  Sri Lanka Dimuth Karunaratne County Ground, Bristol Match abandoned
ODI 4157 12 June  Australia Aaron Finch  Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed County Ground, Taunton  Australia by 41 runs
ODI 4157a 13 June  India Virat Kohli  New Zealand Kane Williamson Trent Bridge, Nottingham Match abandoned
ODI 4158 14 June  England Eoin Morgan  West Indies Jason Holder Rose Bowl, Southampton  England by 8 wickets
ODI 4159 15 June  Australia Aaron Finch  Sri Lanka Dimuth Karunaratne The Oval, London  Australia by 87 runs
ODI 4160 15 June  Afghanistan Gulbadin Naib  South Africa Faf du Plessis Sophia Gardens, Cardiff  South Africa by 9 wickets (DLS)
ODI 4161 16 June  India Virat Kohli  Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed Old Trafford, Manchester  India by 89 runs (DLS)
ODI 4162 17 June  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza  West Indies Jason Holder County Ground, Taunton  Bangladesh by 7 wickets
ODI 4163 18 June  England Eoin Morgan  Afghanistan Gulbadin Naib Old Trafford, Manchester  England by 150 runs
ODI 4165 19 June  New Zealand Kane Williamson  South Africa Faf du Plessis Edgbaston, Birmingham  New Zealand by 4 wickets
ODI 4166 20 June  Australia Aaron Finch  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Australia by 48 runs
ODI 4168 21 June  England Eoin Morgan  Sri Lanka Dimuth Karunaratne Headingley, Leeds  Sri Lanka by 20 runs
ODI 4169 22 June  Afghanistan Gulbadin Naib  India Virat Kohli Rose Bowl, Southampton  India by 11 runs
ODI 4170 22 June  New Zealand Kane Williamson  West Indies Jason Holder Old Trafford, Manchester  New Zealand by 5 runs
ODI 4171 23 June  Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed  South Africa Faf du Plessis Lord's, London  Pakistan by 49 runs
ODI 4172 24 June  Afghanistan Gulbadin Naib  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza Rose Bowl, Southampton  Bangladesh by 62 runs
ODI 4173 25 June  England Eoin Morgan  Australia Aaron Finch Lord's, London  Australia by 64 runs
ODI 4174 26 June  New Zealand Kane Williamson  Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed Edgbaston, Birmingham  Pakistan by 6 wickets
ODI 4175 27 June  India Virat Kohli  West Indies Jason Holder Old Trafford, Manchester  India by 125 runs
ODI 4176 28 June  South Africa Faf du Plessis  Sri Lanka Dimuth Karunaratne Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street  South Africa by 9 wickets
ODI 4177 29 June  Afghanistan Gulbadin Naib  Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed Headingley, Leeds  Pakistan by 3 wickets
ODI 4178 29 June  Australia Aaron Finch  New Zealand Kane Williamson Lord's, London  Australia by 86 runs
ODI 4179 30 June  England Eoin Morgan  India Virat Kohli Edgbaston, Birmingham  England by 31 runs
ODI 4180 1 July  Sri Lanka Dimuth Karunaratne  West Indies Jason Holder Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street  Sri Lanka by 23 runs
ODI 4182 2 July  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza  India Virat Kohli Edgbaston, Birmingham  India by 28 runs
ODI 4183 3 July  England Eoin Morgan  New Zealand Kane Williamson Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street  England by 119 runs
ODI 4184 4 July  Afghanistan Gulbadin Naib  West Indies Jason Holder Headingley, Leeds  West Indies by 23 runs
ODI 4186 5 July  Bangladesh Mashrafe Mortaza  Pakistan Sarfaraz Ahmed Lord's, London  Pakistan by 94 runs
ODI 4187 6 July  India Virat Kohli  Sri Lanka Dimuth Karunaratne Headingley, Leeds  India by 7 wickets
ODI 4188 6 July  Australia Aaron Finch  South Africa Faf du Plessis Old Trafford, Manchester  South Africa by 10 runs
Semi-finals
ODI 4190 9–10 July  India Virat Kohli  New Zealand Kane Williamson Old Trafford, Manchester  New Zealand by 18 runs
ODI 4191 11 July  Australia Aaron Finch  England Eoin Morgan Edgbaston, Birmingham  England by 8 wickets
Final
ODI 4192 14 July  New Zealand Kane Williamson  England Eoin Morgan Lord's, London Match & S/O tied ( England won on boundary count)

June[edit]

West Indies women in England[edit]

2017–20 ICC Women's Championship – WODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WODI 1155 6 June Heather Knight Stafanie Taylor Grace Road, Leicester  England by 208 runs
WODI 1156 9 June Heather Knight Stafanie Taylor New Road, Worcester  England by 121 runs (DLS)
WODI 1157 13 June Heather Knight Stafanie Taylor County Cricket Ground, Chelmsford  England by 135 runs (DLS)
WT20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WT20I 668a 18 June Heather Knight Stafanie Taylor County Cricket Ground, Northampton Match abandoned
WT20I 675 21 June Heather Knight Stafanie Taylor County Cricket Ground, Northampton  England by 42 runs
WT20I 679a 25 June Heather Knight Stafanie Taylor County Cricket Ground, Derby Match abandoned

2019 ICC T20 World Cup Europe Qualifier[edit]

P W L T NR Pts NRR Status
 Jersey (Q) 5 4 1 0 0 8 +1.802 Qualify to 2019 ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier
 Germany 5 4 1 0 0 8 +1.749
 Italy 5 3 2 0 0 6 –0.687
 Denmark 5 2 3 0 0 4 +0.171
 Guernsey (H) 5 2 3 0 0 4 –0.626
 Norway 5 0 5 0 0 0 –2.525

(H) Host, (Q) Qualified

Round-robin
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
T20I 791 15 June  Guernsey Josh Butler  Jersey Charles Perchard King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Jersey by 8 wickets
T20I 792 15 June  Norway Raza Iqbal  Italy Gayashan Munasinghe College Field, Saint Peter Port  Italy by 20 runs (DLS)
T20I 793 15 June  Guernsey Josh Butler  Germany Venkatraman Ganesan King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Germany by 5 wickets
T20I 794 16 June  Italy Gayashan Munasinghe  Germany Venkatraman Ganesan College Field, Saint Peter Port  Italy by 5 wickets
T20I 795 16 June  Jersey Charles Perchard  Denmark Hamid Shah King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Jersey by 19 runs
T20I 796 16 June  Italy Gayashan Munasinghe  Guernsey Josh Butler College Field, Saint Peter Port  Italy by 11 runs
T20I 797 16 June  Jersey Charles Perchard  Norway Raza Iqbal King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Jersey by 80 runs
T20I 798 17 June  Norway Raza Iqbal  Denmark Hamid Shah King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Denmark by 46 runs
T20I 799 18 June  Denmark Hamid Shah  Guernsey Josh Butler King George V Sports Ground, Castel No result
T20I 800 18 June  Denmark Hamid Shah  Italy Gayashan Munasinghe King George V Sports Ground, Castel No result
T20I 801 19 June  Guernsey Josh Butler  Norway Raza Iqbal King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Guernsey by 4 wickets
T20I 802 19 June  Jersey Charles Perchard  Italy Gayashan Munasinghe College Field, Saint Peter Port  Jersey by 73 runs
T20I 803 19 June  Germany Rishi Pillai  Denmark Hamid Shah King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Germany by 7 wickets
T20I 804 20 June  Denmark Hamid Shah  Guernsey Josh Butler King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Guernsey by 6 runs
T20I 805 20 June  Germany Rishi Pillai  Norway Raza Iqbal College Field, Saint Peter Port  Germany by 7 wickets
T20I 806 20 June  Denmark Hamid Shah  Italy Gayashan Munasinghe King George V Sports Ground, Castel  Denmark by 30 runs
T20I 807 20 June  Germany Rishi Pillai  Jersey Charles Perchard College Field, Saint Peter Port  Germany by 3 wickets

Zimbabwe in Netherlands[edit]

ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4164 19 June Pieter Seelaar Hamilton Masakadza Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Netherlands by 7 wickets (DLS)
ODI 4167 21 June Pieter Seelaar Hamilton Masakadza Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Netherlands by 3 wickets
T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 808 23 June Pieter Seelaar Hamilton Masakadza Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam  Netherlands by 49 runs
T20I 811 25 June Pieter Seelaar Hamilton Masakadza Hazelaarweg, Rotterdam Match tied ( Zimbabwe won S/O)

2019 ICC Women's Qualifier Europe[edit]

P W L T NR Pts NRR Status
 Netherlands (Q) 4 3 1 0 0 6 +2.899 Advanced to qualifying tournament
 Scotland (A) 4 3 1 0 0 6 +2.371 Advanced to qualifying tournament as host
 Germany 4 0 4 0 0 0 –5.967 Eliminated

(Q) Qualified to qualifying tournament, (A) Scotland advance automatically as host of the qualifying tournament[28]

Round-robin
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
WT20I 680 26 June  Scotland Kathryn Bryce  Germany Christina Gough La Manga Club, Murcia  Scotland by 8 wickets
WT20I 681 26 June  Scotland Kathryn Bryce  Netherlands Juliët Post La Manga Club, Murcia  Netherlands by 7 runs
WT20I 682 27 June  Netherlands Juliët Post  Germany Christina Gough La Manga Club, Murcia  Netherlands by 131 runs
WT20I 683 27 June  Netherlands Juliët Post  Scotland Kathryn Bryce La Manga Club, Murcia Match tied ( Scotland won S/O)
WT20I 684 29 June  Germany Christina Gough  Scotland Kathryn Bryce La Manga Club, Murcia  Scotland by 107 runs
WT20I 685 29 June  Germany Christina Gough  Netherlands Juliët Post La Manga Club, Murcia  Netherlands by 9 wickets

July[edit]

Zimbabwe in Ireland[edit]

ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4181 1 July William Porterfield Hamilton Masakadza Bready Cricket Club Ground, Magheramason  Ireland by 4 wickets
ODI 4185 4 July William Porterfield Hamilton Masakadza Stormont, Belfast  Ireland by 5 runs
ODI 4189 7 July William Porterfield Hamilton Masakadza Stormont, Belfast  Ireland by 6 wickets
T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 821a 10 July Gary Wilson Hamilton Masakadza Stormont, Belfast Match abandoned
T20I 825 12 July Gary Wilson Hamilton Masakadza Bready Cricket Club Ground, Magheramason  Ireland by 9 wickets (DLS)
T20I 831 14 July Gary Wilson Hamilton Masakadza Bready Cricket Club Ground, Magheramason  Zimbabwe by 8 wickets

Australia women in England[edit]

WODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WODI 1158 2 July Heather Knight Meg Lanning Grace Road, Leicester  Australia by 2 wickets
WODI 1159 4 July Heather Knight Meg Lanning Grace Road, Leicester  Australia by 4 wickets
WODI 1160 7 July Heather Knight Meg Lanning St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury  Australia by 194 runs
Only Test
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WTest 140 18–21 July Heather Knight Meg Lanning County Ground, Taunton Match drawn
WT20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
WT20I 700 26 July Heather Knight Meg Lanning County Cricket Ground, Chelmsford  Australia by 93 runs
WT20I 701 28 July Heather Knight Meg Lanning County Cricket Ground, Hove  Australia by 7 wickets
WT20I 705 31 July Heather Knight Meg Lanning Bristol County Ground, Bristol  England by 17 runs

Zimbabwe women in Ireland[edit]

Zimbabwe Women were scheduled to tour Ireland to play three 50-over matches and three WT20Is. However, the tour was cancelled due to funding issues from Zimbabwe Cricket.[29]

2019 ICC T20 World Cup Asia Qualifier[edit]

P W L T NR Pts NRR Status
 Singapore (H, Q) 4 3 0 0 1 7 +2.969 Qualified to 2019 ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier
 Qatar 4 2 2 0 0 4 –0.378
   Nepal 4 2 2 0 0 4 –0.682
 Kuwait 4 1 2 0 1 3 –1.179
 Malaysia 4 1 3 0 0 2 –0.390

(H) Host, (Q) Qualified

Round-robin
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
T20I 832 22 July  Singapore Amjad Mahboob  Qatar Tamoor Sajjad Indian Association Ground, Singapore  Singapore by 33 runs
T20I 833 22 July  Kuwait Muhammad Kashif  Malaysia Ahmad Faiz Indian Association Ground, Singapore  Malaysia by 42 runs
T20I 834 23 July  Qatar Tamoor Sajjad    Nepal Paras Khadka Indian Association Ground, Singapore  Qatar by 4 wickets
T20I 834a 23 July  Singapore Amjad Mahboob  Kuwait Muhammad Kashif Indian Association Ground, Singapore Match abandoned
T20I 835 24 July    Nepal Gyanendra Malla  Malaysia Ahmad Faiz Indian Association Ground, Singapore    Nepal by 7 wickets
T20I 836 26 July  Qatar Tamoor Sajjad  Kuwait Muhammad Kashif Indian Association Ground, Singapore  Kuwait by 10 runs
T20I 837 26 July  Singapore Amjad Mahboob  Malaysia Ahmad Faiz Indian Association Ground, Singapore  Singapore by 8 wickets
T20I 838 27 July  Kuwait Muhammad Kashif    Nepal Paras Khadka Indian Association Ground, Singapore    Nepal by 7 wickets
T20I 839 27 July  Malaysia Ahmad Faiz  Qatar Tamoor Sajjad Indian Association Ground, Singapore  Qatar by 4 wickets
T20I 840 28 July  Singapore Amjad Mahboob    Nepal Paras Khadka Indian Association Ground, Singapore  Singapore by 82 runs

Ireland in England[edit]

Only Test
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
Test 2352 24–27 July Joe Root William Porterfield Lord's, London  England by 143 runs

Bangladesh in Sri Lanka[edit]

ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4193 26 July Dimuth Karunaratne Tamim Iqbal R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo  Sri Lanka by 91 runs
ODI 4194 28 July Dimuth Karunaratne Tamim Iqbal R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo  Sri Lanka by 7 wickets
ODI 4195 31 July Dimuth Karunaratne Tamim Iqbal R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo  Sri Lanka by 122 runs

August[edit]

Australia in England[edit]

2019–21 ICC World Test Championship, The Ashes – Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
Test 2353 1–5 August Joe Root Tim Paine Edgbaston, Birmingham  Australia by 251 runs
Test 2355 14–18 August Joe Root Tim Paine Lord's, London Match drawn
Test 2357 22–26 August Joe Root Tim Paine Headingley, Leeds  England by 1 wicket
Test 2360 4–8 September Joe Root Tim Paine Old Trafford, Manchester  Australia by 185 runs
Test 2362 12–16 September Joe Root Tim Paine The Oval, London  England by 135 runs

United Arab Emirates in Netherlands[edit]

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 841 3 August Pieter Seelaar Mohammad Naveed VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen  United Arab Emirates by 13 runs
T20I 844 5 August Pieter Seelaar Mohammad Naveed VRA Cricket Ground, Amstelveen  United Arab Emirates by 5 wickets
T20I 845 6 August Pieter Seelaar Mohammad Naveed Sportpark Westvliet, Voorburg  United Arab Emirates by 14 runs
T20I 847 8 August Pieter Seelaar Rameez Shahzad Sportpark Westvliet, Voorburg  United Arab Emirates by 7 wickets

India in West Indies and United States[edit]

T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 842 3 August Carlos Brathwaite Virat Kohli Central Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill  India by 4 wickets
T20I 843 4 August Carlos Brathwaite Virat Kohli Central Broward Regional Park, Lauderhill  India by 22 runs (DLS)
T20I 846 6 August Carlos Brathwaite Virat Kohli Providence Stadium, Guyana  India by 7 wickets
ODI series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI 4196 8 August Jason Holder Virat Kohli Providence Stadium, Guyana No result
ODI 4197 11 August Jason Holder Virat Kohli Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain  India by 59 runs (DLS)
ODI 4199 14 August Jason Holder Virat Kohli Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain  India by 6 wickets (DLS)
2019–21 ICC World Test Championship – Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
Test 2358 22–26 August Jason Holder Virat Kohli Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, Antigua  India by 318 runs
Test 2359 30 August–3 September Jason Holder Virat Kohli Sabina Park, Kingston  India by 257 runs

2019 Netherlands Women's Quadrangular Series[edit]

Pld W L T NR Pts NRR
 Thailand 6 5 1 0 0 10 +2.509
 Scotland 6 4 2 0 0 8 –0.385
 Ireland 6 2 3 0 1 5 +1.320
 Netherlands 6 0 5 0 1 1 –4.113
Round-robin
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
WT20I 715 8 August  Netherlands Juliët Post  Ireland Laura Delany Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Ireland by 79 runs
WT20I 716 8 August  Scotland Sarah Bryce  Thailand Sornnarin Tippoch Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Thailand by 74 runs
WT20I 717 9 August  Netherlands Juliët Post  Scotland Sarah Bryce Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Scotland by 5 runs (DLS)
WT20I 718 9 August  Ireland Laura Delany  Thailand Sornnarin Tippoch Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Thailand by 4 runs (DLS)
WT20I 719 10 August  Thailand Sornnarin Tippoch  Netherlands Juliët Post Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Thailand by 8 wickets
WT20I 720 10 August  Scotland Sarah Bryce  Ireland Laura Delany Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Scotland by 11 runs
WT20I 721 12 August  Thailand Sornnarin Tippoch  Scotland Sarah Bryce Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Scotland by 5 wickets
WT20I 722 12 August  Ireland Laura Delany  Netherlands Juliët Post Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer No result
WT20I 723 13 August  Thailand Sornnarin Tippoch  Ireland Laura Delany Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Thailand by 7 wickets (DLS)
WT20I 724 13 August  Scotland Sarah Bryce  Netherlands Juliët Post Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Scotland by 62 runs (DLS)
WT20I 725 14 August  Ireland Laura Delany  Scotland Sarah Bryce Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Ireland by 9 wickets
WT20I 726 14 August  Netherlands Juliët Post  Thailand Sornnarin Tippoch Sportpark Het Schootsveld, Deventer  Thailand by 93 runs

New Zealand in Sri Lanka[edit]

2019–21 ICC World Test Championship – Test series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
Test 2354 14–18 August Dimuth Karunaratne Kane Williamson Galle International Stadium, Galle  Sri Lanka by 6 wickets
Test 2356 22–26 August Dimuth Karunaratne Kane Williamson P. Sara Oval, Colombo  New Zealand by an innings and 65 runs
T20I series
No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
T20I 878 1 September Lasith Malinga Tim Southee Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy  New Zealand by 5 wickets
T20I 879 3 September Lasith Malinga Tim Southee Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy  New Zealand by 4 wickets
T20I 880 6 September Lasith Malinga Tim Southee Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, Kandy  Sri Lanka by 37 runs

2019 Scotland Tri-Nation Series[edit]

P W L T NR Pts NRR
 Scotland 4 3 1 0 0 6 +0.556
 Oman 4 3 1 0 0 6 –0.234
 Papua New Guinea 4 0 4 0 0 0 –0.329
2019–22 ICC Cricket World Cup League 2 – Tri-series
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
ODI 4198 14 August  Oman Zeeshan Maqsood  Papua New Guinea Assad Vala Mannofield Park, Aberdeen  Oman by 4 wickets
ODI 4200 15 August  Scotland Kyle Coetzer  Oman Zeeshan Maqsood Mannofield Park, Aberdeen  Oman by 8 wickets
ODI 4201 17 August  Scotland Kyle Coetzer  Papua New Guinea Assad Vala Mannofield Park, Aberdeen  Scotland by 3 wickets
ODI 4202 18 August  Scotland Kyle Coetzer  Oman Zeeshan Maqsood Mannofield Park, Aberdeen  Scotland by 85 runs
ODI 4203 20 August  Scotland Kyle Coetzer  Papua New Guinea Assad Vala Mannofield Park, Aberdeen  Scotland by 38 runs
ODI 4204 21 August  Oman Zeeshan Maqsood  Papua New Guinea Assad Vala Mannofield Park, Aberdeen  Oman by 4 wickets

2019 ICC T20 World Cup Americas Qualifier[edit]

P W L T NR Pts NRR Status
 Canada (Q) 6 5 0 0 1 11 +2.417 Qualify to 2019 ICC T20 World Cup Qualifier
 Bermuda (H, Q) 6 4 1 0 1 9 +0.240
 United States 6 2 4 0 0 4 +0.419
 Cayman Islands 6 0 6 0 0 0 –2.591

(H) Host, (Q) Qualified

Round-robin
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
T20I 851 18 August  Bermuda Terryn Fray  United States Saurabh Netravalkar White Hill Field, Sandys Parish  Bermuda by 6 runs
T20I 852 18 August  Canada Navneet Dhaliwal  Cayman Islands Alessandro Morris White Hill Field, Sandys Parish  Canada by 84 runs
T20I 854 19 August  Bermuda Terryn Fray  Canada Navneet Dhaliwal Bermuda National Stadium, Hamilton No result
T20I 855 19 August  United States Saurabh Netravalkar  Cayman Islands Alessandro Morris Bermuda National Stadium, Hamilton  United States by 10 runs (DLS)
T20I 857 21 August  Bermuda Terryn Fray  Cayman Islands Alessandro Morris White Hill Field, Sandys Parish  Bermuda by 6 wickets
T20I 858 21 August  United States Saurabh Netravalkar  Canada Navneet Dhaliwal White Hill Field, Sandys Parish  Canada by 4 wickets
T20I 860 22 August  Cayman Islands Alessandro Morris  Canada Navneet Dhaliwal White Hill Field, Sandys Parish  Canada by 8 wickets
T20I 861 22 August  United States Saurabh Netravalkar  Bermuda Terryn Fray White Hill Field, Sandys Parish  Bermuda by 5 wickets
T20I 863 24 August  Cayman Islands Alessandro Morris  United States Saurabh Netravalkar White Hill Field, Sandys Parish  United States by 9 wickets
T20I 864 24 August  Canada Navneet Dhaliwal  Bermuda Terryn Fray White Hill Field, Sandys Parish  Canada by 8 wickets
T20I 865 25 August  Canada Navneet Dhaliwal  United States Saurabh Netravalkar White Hill Field, Sandys Parish  Canada by 15 runs
T20I 866 25 August  Cayman Islands Alessandro Morris  Bermuda Dion Stovell White Hill Field, Sandys Parish  Bermuda by 6 wickets

Afghanistan in Zimbabwe[edit]

In July 2019, the ICC suspended Zimbabwe Cricket.[4] The country was scheduled to host Afghanistan for a Test match, five ODIs and three T20I fixtures.[1] On 20 August 2019, the Afghan Cricket Board announced the Test and T20I squads for its first fixtures of the 2019–20 season, with no reference to the tour of Zimbabwe.[34][35]

2019 ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier[edit]

Group stage
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
WT20I 733 31 August  Thailand Sornnarin Tippoch  Netherlands Juliët Post Lochlands, Arbroath  Thailand by 30 runs
WT20I 734 31 August  Scotland Kathryn Bryce  United States Sindhu Sriharsha Forthill, Dundee  Scotland by 30 runs
WT20I 735 31 August  Namibia Yasmeen Khan  Ireland Laura Delany Lochlands, Arbroath  Ireland by 7 wickets
WT20I 736 1 September  Thailand Sornnarin Tippoch  Namibia Yasmeen Khan Forthill, Dundee  Thailand by 38 runs
WT20I 737 1 September  Scotland Kathryn Bryce  Papua New Guinea Kaia Arua Lochlands, Arbroath  Papua New Guinea by 6 wickets
WT20I 738 1 September  Ireland Laura Delany  Netherlands Juliët Post Forthill, Dundee  Ireland by 19 runs
WT20I 739 1 September  United States Sindhu Sriharsha  Bangladesh Salma Khatun Lochlands, Arbroath  Bangladesh by 8 wickets
WT20I 740 2 September  Bangladesh Salma Khatun  Papua New Guinea Kaia Arua Forthill, Dundee  Bangladesh by 6 runs (DLS)
WT20I 741 3 September  Ireland Laura Delany  Thailand Sornnarin Tippoch Forthill, Dundee  Thailand by 2 runs (DLS)
WT20I 742 3 September  Netherlands Juliët Post  Namibia Yasmeen Khan Lochlands, Arbroath  Netherlands by 6 wickets
WT20I 743 3 September  Scotland Kathryn Bryce  Bangladesh Salma Khatun Forthill, Dundee  Bangladesh by 13 runs (DLS)
WT20I 744 3 September  Papua New Guinea Ravina Oa  United States Sindhu Sriharsha Lochlands, Arbroath  Papua New Guinea by 22 runs (DLS)
Semi Finals
WT20I 747 5 September  Bangladesh Salma Khatun  Ireland Laura Delany Forthill, Dundee  Bangladesh by 4 wickets
WT20I 748 5 September  Netherlands Juliët Post  United States Sindhu Sriharsha Lochlands, Arbroath  Netherlands by 9 wickets
WT20I 749 5 September  Thailand Sornnarin Tippoch  Papua New Guinea Ravina Oa Forthill, Dundee  Thailand by 8 wickets
WT20I 750 5 September  Scotland Kathryn Bryce  Namibia Yasmeen Khan Lochlands, Arbroath  Scotland by 10 wickets
Playoff Matches
WT20I 754 7 September  United States Sindhu Sriharsha  Namibia Yasmeen Khan Forthill, Dundee  United States by 6 wickets
WT20I 753 7 September  Ireland Laura Delany  Papua New Guinea Kaia Arua Lochlands, Arbroath  Ireland by 8 wickets
WT20I 757 7 September  Netherlands Juliët Post  Scotland Kathryn Bryce Lochlands, Arbroath  Scotland by 70 runs
WT20I 756 7 September  Bangladesh Salma Khatun  Thailand Sornnarin Tippoch Forthill, Dundee  Bangladesh by 70 runs

Final standings[edit]

Position Team
1st  Bangladesh
2nd  Thailand
3rd  Ireland
4th  Papua New Guinea
5th  Scotland
6th  Netherlands
7th  United States
8th  Namibia

     Qualified for the 2020 World Twenty20.

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Zimbabwe were scheduled to play Afghanistan in August 2019, but the tour did not take place.
  2. ^ Zimbabwe Women were scheduled to tour Ireland in June 2019, but the tour did not take place.

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