ESPN Caribbean Presents Live, Exclusive Coverage of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup

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ESPN Caribbean Presents Live, Exclusive Coverage of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup

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  • ESPN Coverage Commences Today at Noon ET with Live Transmission of the ICC CWC Opening Party
  • First West Indies Fixture vs. Pakistan LIVE May 31
  • Michael Holding, Daren Ganga and Alexis Nunes Among ESPN Cricket Experts Team

ESPN Caribbean will air exclusive live coverage of the 12th edition of the ICC Cricket World Cup, the world’s most prestigious One-Day International (ODI) competition, commencing with the Group Stage from May 30. Ten teams will compete for the crown with all 48 matches airing from 11 cricketing grounds across England and Wales via the ESPN Caribbean and ESPN2 Caribbean television networks, as well as on ESPN Play (www.espnplay.com) — ESPN’s multiscreen live and on-demand broadband service.

ESPN Caribbean will also air live the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Opening Party set to take place on London’s iconic Mall today at noon ET.

This is the second consecutive tournament for which ESPN is the premier broadcaster in the West Indies. A flagship cricket studio show ESPNcricinfo Match Day will provide further previews and in-depth analysis of the tournament’s daily action via pre-, post- and mid-inning segments out of Mumbai. ESPNcricinfo Match Day pre-show begins approximately 30 minutes before each match and the Post Show runs for approximately 30 minutes after each match.

In-studio talent will include former West Indies and Trinidad and Tobago cricketer, Daren Ganga, with pace legend and renowned cricket pundit, Michael Holding, at the venues. These players have represented the Windies at the highest level and are among the region’s leading cricket experts. Roving talent at the venues will also include ESPN’s Jamaican reporter, Alexis Nunes, as well as Australia’s Melinda Farrell, helping connect Caribbean fans to the players they love.

West Indies, who reached the quarter-finals in the last edition, will once more be led by Bajan Jason Holder, as they open proceedings against Pakistan on May 31. His team will also face champions Australia, New Zealand, India, England, South Africa, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and Afghanistan. Holder will have Jamaican big-hitters, Chris Gayle and Andre Russell, at his disposal, as well as young talents such as Shimron Hetmyer and Nicolas Pooran with the bat. On the bowling side, he will be relying on the experienced Kemar Roach and hotshot Oshane Thomas to help deliver the Caribbean outfit victory. The Windies, who won the first two editions of the tournament in 1975 and 1979, will be looking to shake off their current underdogs tag on the heels of an impressive drawn series against England, in order to bring the trophy back home.

The top four teams from the Group Stage will advance to the Semi-Finals starting July 9, culminating with the Final on July 11 from Lord’s Cricket Ground in London.

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2019 ICC Cricket World Cup: LIVE on ESPN Caribbean, ESPN2 Caribbean and ESPN Play

Date Time (ET) Match Platform
May 30 5:20 a.m. England vs. South Africa ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
May 31 5:20 a.m. West Indies vs. Pakistan ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 1 5:20 a.m. New Zealand vs. Sri Lanka ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 1 8:20 a.m. Australia vs. Afghanistan ESPN2 Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 2 5:20 a.m. Bangladesh vs. South Africa ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 3 5:20 a.m. England vs. Pakistan ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 4 5:20 a.m. Afghanistan vs. Sri Lanka ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 5 5:20 a.m. India vs. South Africa ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 5 1:30 p.m. Bangladesh vs. New Zealand ESPN2 Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 6 5:20 a.m. Australia vs. West Indies ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 7 5:20 a.m. Pakistan vs. Sri Lanka ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 8 5:20 a.m. England vs. Bangladesh ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 8 11:00 a.m. New Zealand vs. Afghanistan ESPN2 Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 9 5:20 a.m. Australia vs. India ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 10 5:20 a.m. South Africa vs. West Indies ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 11 5:20 a.m. Bangladesh vs. Sri Lanka ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 12 5:20 a.m. Australia vs. Pakistan ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 13 5:20 a.m. India vs. New Zealand ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 14 5:20 a.m. England vs. West Indies ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 15 5:20 a.m. Australia vs. Sri Lanka ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 15 8:20 a.m. South Africa vs. Afghanistan ESPN2 Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 16 5:20 a.m. India vs. Pakistan ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 17 5:20 a.m. Bangladesh vs. West Indies ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 18 5:20 a.m. England vs. Afghanistan ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 19 5:20 a.m. New Zealand vs. South Africa ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 20 5:20 a.m. Australia vs. Bangladesh ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 21 5:20 a.m. England vs. Sri Lanka ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 22 5:20 a.m. Afghanistan vs. India ESPN2 Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 22 8:20 a.m. New Zealand vs. West Indies ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 23 5:20 a.m. Pakistan vs. South Africa ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 24 5:20 a.m. Afghanistan vs. Bangladesh ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 25 5:20 a.m. Australia vs. England ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 26 5:20 a.m. New Zealand vs. Pakistan ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 27 5:20 a.m. India vs. West Indies ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 28 5:20 a.m. South Africa vs. Sri Lanka ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 29 5:20 a.m. Afghanistan vs. Pakistan ESPN2 Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 29 8:20 a.m. Australia vs. New Zealand ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
June 30 5:20 a.m. England vs. India ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
July 1 5:20 a.m. Sri Lanka vs. West Indies ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
July 2 5:20 a.m. Bangladesh vs. India ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
July 3 5:20 a.m. England vs. New Zealand ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
July 4 5:20 a.m. Afghanistan vs. West Indies ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
July 5 5:20 a.m. Bangladesh vs. Pakistan ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
July 6 5:20 a.m. Sri Lanka vs. India ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
July 6 8:20 a.m. Australia vs. South Africa ESPN2 Caribbean, ESPN Play
July 9 5:20 a.m. Semi-Final #1 ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
July 11 5:20 a.m. Semi-Final #2 ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play
July 14 5:20 a.m. Grand Final ESPN Caribbean, ESPN Play

 

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