Before the start of cricket’s biggest spectacle, all the ten participating teams will test their abilities in the two world cup warm-up games. The fixtures will be held over five days between 24-28 May at Bristol County Ground, Cardiff Wales Stadium, Hampshire Bowl and The Oval are the decided venue for the warm-up games.
Every team can field its 15 players in the game to test their form going into the main draw.
|Friday 24 May||Pakistan v Afghanistan||Bristol County Ground|
|Friday 24 May||Sri Lanka v South Africa||Cardiff Wales Stadium|
|Saturday 25 May||England v Australia||Hampshire Bowl|
|Saturday 25 May||India v New Zealand||The Oval|
|Sunday 26 May||South Africa v Windies||Bristol County Ground|
|Sunday 26 May||Pakistan v Bangladesh||Cardiff Wales Stadium|
|Monday 27 May||Australia v Sri Lanka||Hampshire Bowl|
|Monday 27 May||England v Afghanistan||The Oval|
|Tuesday 28 May||Windies v New Zealand||Bristol County Ground|
|Tuesday 28 May||Bangladesh v India||Cardiff Wales Stadium|
Star Sports will possibly telecast India’s world cup fixtures of the world cup.