Cricket World Cup : 2019, Match 6, ENG Vs PAK: When And Where To Watch England Vs Pakistan MatchEngland would definitely be the more confident side going into the sixth match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 against Pakistan, whom they defeated 4-0 during the recent five-match ODI series
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London: England may change a winning World Cup side by recalling fast bowler Mark Wood when they face Pakistan at Trent Bridge on Monday.
The ground is renowned as a batsman’s paradise, with England having twice set the world record for the highest score in a one-day international –444 for three against Pakistan in 2016 and last year’s 481 for six – on the very pitch that will be used for Monday’s match at Trent Bridge.
ICC World Cup 2019 campaign to get underway, away from prying eyes in Southampton — where they will face South Africa in their opening fixture on Wednesday.
There was a minor scare during Saturday morning’s practice session at the Ageas Bowl when skipper Virat Kohli was hit on the thumb during a fielding session, but he was cleared off any injury.
Physiotherapist Patrick Farhart taped Kohli’s thumb up and the Indian captain took part in the rest if the session without pain, batting and fielding with ease. At the end of the training session, Kohli was seen walking off with his thumb dipped in a glass full of ice.
India would also be encouraged by the progress of Kedar Jadhav’s recovery from an injury to his left shoulder. Jadhav had missed out on both of India’s warm-up games, against New Zealand and Bangladesh, but batted at the nets on Saturday without discomfort.
Each team will play each other once in a round-robin format, with the top four progressing to the semi-finals in the first week of July.
Here is your guide to the 2019 Cricket World Cup fixtures, including dates and start times.
All matches will be broadcast in the UK on Sky Sports.
Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Cricket from 9.30am. All Cricket World Cup matches will be broadcast in the UK on Sky Sports.
You can also watch the Cricket World Cup through NOW TV with a Sky Sports pass for £25 per month for 4 months.
Test Match Special will also broadcast live ball-by-ball commentary, which will feature on BBC Radio 5 live Sports Extra, Radio 4 Long Wave and the BBC Sport website.