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2011 Cricket World Cup Schedule

The tenth Cricket World Cup will be hosted by three South Asian countries: India, Sri Lanka, and Bangladesh. 14 cricket International teams will participate in this tournament and they are divided into two groups. Each group has seven teams.

Group A

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • Kenya
  • New Zealand
  • Pakistan
  • Sri Lanka
  • Zimbabwe

Group B

  • Bangladesh
  • England
  • India
  • Ireland
  • Netherlands
  • South Africa
  • West Indies

2011 Cricket World Cup Match Schedule for Group A

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Date Time Teams Venue
20 February 9.30 New Zealand Vs Kenya Chennai
20 February 14.30 Sri Lanka Vs Canada Hambantota
21 February 14.30 Australia Vs Zimbabwe Ahmedabad
23 February 14.30 Pakistan Vs Kenya Hambantota
25 February 14.30 New Zealand Vs Australia Nagpur
26 February 14.30 Sri Lanka Vs Pakistan Colombo
28 February 9.30 Zimbabwe Vs Canada Nagpur
1 March 14.30 Sri Lanka Vs Kenya Colombo
3 March 14.30 Pakistan Vs Canada Colombo
4 March 9.30 New Zealand Vs Zimbabwe Ahmedabad
5 March 14.30 Sri Lanka Vs Australia Colombo
7 March 14.30 Kenya Vs Canada New Delhi
8 March 14.30 Pakistan Vs New Zealand Kandy
10 March 14.30 Sri Lanka Vs Zimbabwe Kandy
13 March 9.30 New Zealand Vs Canada Mumbai
13 March 14.30 Australia Vs Kenya Bengaluru
14 March 14.30 Pakistan Zimbabwe Kandy
16 March 14.30 Australia Vs Canada Bengaluru
18 March 14.30 Sri Lanka Vs New Zealand Mumbai
19 March 14.30 Pakistan Vs Australia Colombo
20 March 9.30 Zimbabwe Vs Kenya Kolkata

2011 Cricket World Cup Match Schedule for Group B

Date Time Teams Venue
19 February 14.30 India Vs Bangladesh Dhaka
22 February 14.30 England Vs Netherlands Nagpur
24 February 14.30 South Africa Vs West Indies New Delhi
25 February 9.30 Bangladesh Vs Ireland Dhaka
27 February 14.30 India Vs England Kolkata
28 February 14.30 West Indies Vs Netherlands New Delhi
2 March 14.30 England Vs Ireland Bengaluru
3 March 9.30 South Africa Vs Netherlands Mohali
4 March 14.30 Bangladesh Vs West Indies Dhaka
6 March 14.30 India Vs Ireland Bengaluru
6 March 14.30 England Vs South Africa Chennai
9 March 14.30 India Vs Netherlands New Delhi
11 March 9.30 Ireland Vs West Indies Mohali
11 March 14.30 Bangladesh Vs England Chittagong
12 March 14.30 India Vs South Africa Nagpur
14 March 14.30 Bangladesh Vs Netherlands Chittagong
15 March 14.30 South Africa Vs Ireland Kolkata
17 March 14.30 England Vs West Indies Chennai
18 March 9.30 Ireland Vs Netherlands Kolkata
19 March 9.30 Bangladesh Vs South Africa Dhaka
20 March 14.30 India Vs West Indies Chennai

2011 Cricket World Cup Match Schedule for Quarterfinals

Date Time Teams Venue
23 March 14.30 PAK vs WI Dhaka
24 March 14.30 IND vs AUS Ahmedabad
25 March 14.30 NZ vs RSA Dhaka
26 March 14.30 SL vs ENG Colombo

2011 Cricket World Cup Match Schedule for Semi Finals

Date Time Teams Venue
29 March 14.30 SL vs NZ Colombo
30 March 14.30 IND vs PAK Mohali

2011 Cricket World Cup Final

2 April 2011 - 14:30 PM - India vs Srilanka

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