ICC World Cup – Second Semifinal – Stats highlights

Second Semifinal – England Vs Australia at Birmingham on 11 Jul 19 – England won by eight wickets

This game provided the 24th Semifinal in the history of the World Cup. England was playing its sixth semifinal while Australia was playing its eighth semifinal. The following table lists the semifinals played by both these teams. Australia had won six semi finals with one semifinal tied, while England had won three semifinals and lost two

No Team Score Overs Inns Result Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Australia 94/6 28.4 2 won Eng Leeds 18 Jun 1975
2 Australia 267/8 50.0 1 won Pak Lahore 04 Nov 1987
3 Australia 207/8 50.0 1 won Win Mohali 14 Mar 1996
4 Australia 213 49.2 1 tied RSA Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
5 Australia 212/7 50.0 1 won Srl Port Elizabeth 18 Mar 2003
6 Australia 153/3 31.3 2 won RSA Gros Islet 25 Apr 2007
7 Australia 328/7 50.0 1 won Ind Sydney 26 Mar 2015
                 
1 England 93 36.2 1 lost Aus Leeds 18 Jun 1975
2 England 221/8 60.0 1 won NZl Manchester 20 Jun 1979
3 England 213 60.0 1 lost Ind Manchester 22 Jun 1983
4 England 254/6 50.0 1 won Ind Mumbai 05 Nov 1987
5 England 252/6 45.0 1 won RSA Sydney 22 Mar 1992

Australia lost its first semifinals while England won its fourth semifinal. England was playing its first ever final in the tournament

Australia won the toss and elected to bat first in this game to provide the 15th occasion of a team winning the toss and electing to bat first in the semifinals of the World Cup. It also provides the fifth occasion of Australia doing so in the tournament.

AJ Finch was dismissed first ball for a duck in this game to provide the 17th occasion of a captain dismissed for a first ball  duck in the World Cup. He also became the fifth captain opener to collect the first ball duck in the World Cup. He also became  the first captain and also the first captain opener to suffer such an ignominy in the semifinals of the World Cup

SPD Smith was dismissed run out for 85 in this game to provide the 77th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 12th occasion on Australian batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup

SPD Smith was dismissed run out for 85 in this game to provide the ninth occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup semifinal. It also provides the second occasion on Australian batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup semifinal. SG Law was the other Australian batsman who was dismissed run out for 72 against West Indies at Mohali on 14.03.96

DA Warner scored 9 runs in this game which fetched him a total of 647 runs in 2019 edition of World Cup. He finished the tournament with just one run shy of RG Sharma of India who aggregated 648 runs. He is one of the three batsmen who have scored 600 plus  runs in 2019 edition. Shakib Al Hasan is the other batsman to aggregate 600 plus runs. He totalled 606 runs.

GJ Maxwell of Australia scored a lone boundary six in this game, which fetched Australia its 300 boundary sixes in the World Cup.  Australia became the second team after West Indies to score 300 plus boundary sixes. West Indies has scored 303 boundary sixes in the World Cup.

Australia was dismissed for 223 in this game to provide the 19th occasion of it being dismissed all out in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 306th occasion of a team dismissed all out in an innings in the World Cup.

Australia was dismissed for 223 in this game to provide the 17th occasion of a team dismissed all out in an innings in the World Cup semi final.  It also provides the second occasion of Australia dismissed all out in an innings in the World Cup semi final. Prior to this it was dismissed all out for 213 against South Africa, also at Birmingham on 17.06.99

SPD Smith’s 85 in this game provide the 62nd occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty in the semifinals of the World Cup. It also provides the tenth occasion of an Australian batsmen scoring a fifty in the semifinals of the World Cup.

JJ Roy of England scored 85 in this game to provide the 63rd occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty in the semifinals of the World Cup. It also provides the sixth occasion of an England batsmen scoring a fifty in the  semifinals of the World Cup.

SPD Smith became the seventh batsman to score two or more fifties in the World Cup semi finals. The following table lists the seven batsmen

No No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 MG Bevan 69 1 Aus Win Mohali 14 Mar 1996
  2 MG Bevan 65 1 Aus RSA Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
                 
2 1 MS Dhoni 65 2 Ind Aus Sydney 26 Mar 2015
  2 MS Dhoni 50 2 Ind NZl Manchester 09 Jul 2019
                 
3 1 GA Gooch 71 1 Eng NZl Manchester 20 Jun 1979
  2 GA Gooch 115 1 Eng Ind Mumbai 05 Nov 1987
                 
4 1 CG Greenidge 55 2 Win NZl The Oval 18 Jun 1975
  2 CG Greenidge 73 1 Win Pak The Oval 20 Jun 1979
                 
5 1 Javed Miandad 70 2 Pak Aus Lahore 04 Nov 1987
  2 Javed Miandad 57* 2 Pak NZl Auckland 21 Mar 1992
                 
6 1 SPD Smith 105 1 Aus Ind Sydney 26 Mar 2015
  2 SPD Smith 85 1 Aus Eng Birmingham 11 Jul 2019
                 
7 1 SR Tendulkar 65 2 Ind Srl Kolkata 13 Mar 1996
  2 SR Tendulkar 83 1 Ind Ken Durban 20 Mar 2003
  3 SR Tendulkar 85 1 Ind Pak Mohali 30 Mar 2011

SPD Smith became the second Australian batsman to score two or more fifties in the World Cup semi finals. The following table lists the two batsmen

No No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 MG Bevan 69 1 Aus Win Mohali 14 Mar 1996
  2 MG Bevan 65 1 Aus RSA Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
                 
2 1 SPD Smith 105 1 Aus Ind Sydney 26 Mar 2015
  2 SPD Smith 85 1 Aus Eng Birmingham 11 Jul 2019

SPD Smith’s 85 in this game provide the 21st fifty scored by Australian batsmen in this edition. Australia and England share the record for most fifties scored a team in this edition with 21 fifties each at the end of Australian innings. At the end of this game England batsmen own the record for most fifties scored by a team in this edition with 22 fifties. JJ Roy scored 85 in England’s innings

At the end of this game, Australia owns the record for most half centuries in this edition with 16 half centuries. England batsmen are next with 15 half centuries.

SPD Smith-AT Carey added 103 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 308th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 50th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup

SPD Smith-AT Carey added 103 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 43rd occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the fourth wicket in the World Cup. It also provides the sixth occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings the fourth wicket in the World Cup

SPD Smith-AT Carey added 103 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the 16th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup semi final. It also provides the third occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup semi final

SPD Smith-AT Carey added 103 runs for the fourth wicket in this game to provide the fourth occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the fourth wicket in the World Cup semi final. It also provides the first occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings the fourth wicket in the World Cup semi final

MP Stoinis collected the two balls duck in this game to provide the 148th occasion of a batsman dismissed for a duck after facing two deliveries in the World Cup. It also provides the 15th occasion of an Australian batsman suffering from such an ignominy.

MP Stoinis became the tenth batsman in the history of the World Cup to collect the second ball duck on two occasions.  The following table lists all the ten batsmen.

No No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 Abdur Razzak 0 2 2 Ban Srl Port of Spain 21 Mar 2007
  2 Abdur Razzak 0 2 1 Ban NZl North Sound 02 Apr 2007
  3 Abdur Razzak 0 2 2 Ban RSA Dhaka 19 Mar 2011
                   
2 1 Ijaz Ahmed 0 2 1 Pak Aus Perth 11 Mar 1992
  2 Ijaz Ahmed 0 2 1 Pak RSA Karachi 29 Feb 1996
                   
3 1 CJ McDermott 0 2 1 Aus Eng Sydney 05 Mar 1992
  2 CJ McDermott 0 2 2 Aus Pak Perth 11 Mar 1992
                   
4 1 Mudassar Nazar 0 2 2 Pak Eng Leeds 16 Jun 1979
  2 Mudassar Nazar 0 2 2 Pak NZl Birmingham 11 Jun 1983
                   
5 1 MO Odumbe 0 2 2 Ken Srl Kandy 06 Mar 1996
  2 MO Odumbe 0 2 2 Ken Win Kimberley 04 Mar 2003
                   
6 1 CM Old 0 2 1 Eng NZl Manchester 20 Jun 1979
  2 CM Old 0 2 2 Eng Win Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
                   
7 1 DR Smith 0 2 2 Win Srl Providence 01 Apr 2007
  2 DR Smith 0 2 1 Win Zim Canberra 24 Feb 2015
                   
8 1 J Srinath 0 2 2 Ind Aus The Oval 04 Jun 1999
  2 J Srinath 0 2 1 Ind Aus Centurion 15 Feb 2003
                   
9 1 MP Stoinis 0 2 2 Aus Ind The Oval 09 Jun 2019
  2 MP Stoinis 0 2 1 Aus Eng Birmingham 11 Jul 2019
                   
10 1 Wasim Akram 0 2 2 Pak Win Karachi 30 Oct 1987
  2 Wasim Akram 0 2 1 Pak Zim The Oval 11 Jun 1999

MP Stoinis became the second Australian batsman in the history of the World Cup to collect the second ball duck on two occasions after CJ McDermott. The following table lists both the batsmen.

No No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 CJ McDermott 0 2 1 Aus Eng Sydney 05 Mar 1992
  2 CJ McDermott 0 2 2 Aus Pak Perth 11 Mar 1992
                   
2 1 MP Stoinis 0 2 2 Aus Ind The Oval 09 Jun 2019
  2 MP Stoinis 0 2 1 Aus Eng Birmingham 11 Jul 2019

MP Stoinis became the fourth batsman in the history of the World Cup to collect the second ball duck on two occasions in the same edition. The following table lists both the batsmen.

No No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 Abdur Razzak 0 2 2 Ban Srl Port of Spain 21 Mar 2007
  2 Abdur Razzak 0 2 1 Ban NZl North Sound 02 Apr 2007
                   
2 1 CJ McDermott 0 2 1 Aus Eng Sydney 05 Mar 1992
  2 CJ McDermott 0 2 2 Aus Pak Perth 11 Mar 1992
                   
3 1 CM Old 0 2 1 Eng NZl Manchester 20 Jun 1979
  2 CM Old 0 2 2 Eng Win Lord’s 23 Jun 1979
                   
4 1 MP Stoinis 0 2 2 Aus Ind The Oval 09 Jun 2019
  2 MP Stoinis 0 2 1 Aus Eng Birmingham 11 Jul 2019

MP Stoinis became the second Australian batsman in the history of the World Cup to collect the second ball duck on two occasions in the same edition after CJ McDermott. The following table lists both the batsmen.

No No Player Runs BF Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 CJ McDermott 0 2 1 Aus Eng Sydney 05 Mar 1992
  2 CJ McDermott 0 2 2 Aus Pak Perth 11 Mar 1992
                   
2 1 MP Stoinis 0 2 2 Aus Ind The Oval 09 Jun 2019
  2 MP Stoinis 0 2 1 Aus Eng Birmingham 11 Jul 2019

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 124 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 309th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 35th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 124 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 77th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the first wicket in the World Cup. It also provides the 13th occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the first wicket in the World Cup. It also provides the fourth occasion of this pair posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the first wicket in this edition of the World Cup

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JM Bairstow, JJ Roy 1 128 1 v Bangladesh Cardiff 08 Jun 2019
2 JM Bairstow, JJ Roy 1 160 1 v India Birmingham 30 Jun 2019
3 JM Bairstow, JJ Roy 1 123 1 v New Zealand Ch-le-St 03 Jul 2019
4 JM Bairstow, JJ Roy 1 124 2 v Australia Birmingham 11 Jul 2019

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 124 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the fourth occasion of this pair posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the first wicket in this edition of the World Cup. This constitutes a record in the history of the World Cup for most three figure partnerships for the first wicket in any single edition of the World Cup. There are three other pairs who have posted three three figure partnerships in a single edition of the World Cup. It is interesting to note that two of this three pairs have achieved the feat in 2019 edition

No Partners Team Wkt TFP Edition
1 JM Bairstow, JJ Roy Eng 1 4 2019
2 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden Aus 1 3 2007
3 AJ Finch, DA Warner Aus 1 3 2019
4 KL Rahul, RG Sharma Ind 1 3 2019

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 124 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the fourth occasion of this pair posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the first wicket in this edition of the World Cup. This constitutes a record in the history of the World Cup for most three figure partnerships for all wickets in any single edition of the World Cup. There are five other pairs who have posted three three figure partnerships in a single edition of the World Cup. It is interesting to note that two of these five pairs have achieved the feat in 2019 edition

No Partners Team TFP Edition
1 JM Bairstow, JJ Roy Eng 4 2019
2 PA de Silva, AP Gurusinha Srl 3 1996
3 AC Gilchrist, ML Hayden Aus 3 2007
4 TM Dilshan, KC Sangakkara Srl 3 2015
5 AJ Finch, DA Warner Aus 3 2019
6 KL Rahul, RG Sharma Ind 3 2019

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 124 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the 17th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup semi final. It also provides the      second occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup semi final

JJ Roy-JM Bairstow added 124 runs for the first wicket in this game to provide the third occasion of batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings for the first wicket in the World Cup semi final. It also provides the first occasion of England batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings the first wicket in the World Cup semi final

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 CG Greenidge, DL Haynes 1 132 1 Win Pak The Oval 20 Jun 1979
2 Saeed Anwar, W Wasti 1 194 2 Pak NZl Manchester 16 Jun 1999
3 JM Bairstow, JJ Roy 1 124 2 Eng Aus Birmingham 11 Jul 2019

England won this game by eight wickets to provide the 22nd occasion of a team winning a World Cup game by exact eight wickets margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Pakistan won 8 wickets 119 v Canada Leeds 09 Jun 1979
2 England won 8 wickets 277 v Canada Manchester 13 Jun 1979
3 New Zealand won 8 wickets 18 v India Leeds 13 Jun 1979
4 England won 8 wickets 56 v Pakistan Lord’s 13 Jun 1983
5 West Indies won 8 wickets 69 v Zimbabwe Worcester 13 Jun 1983
6 West Indies won 8 wickets 68 v Pakistan The Oval 22 Jun 1983
7 India won 8 wickets 133 v Zimbabwe Mumbai 17 Oct 1987
8 England won 8 wickets 52 v Sri Lanka Pune 30 Oct 1987
9 England won 8 wickets 55 v Australia Sydney 05 Mar 1992
10 England won 8 wickets 90 v U.A.E. Peshawar 18 Feb 1996
11 Pakistan won 8 wickets 116 v Netherlands Lahore 26 Feb 1996
12 Australia won 8 wickets 84 v Zimbabwe Nagpur 01 Mar 1996
13 England won 8 wickets 19 v Sri Lanka Lord’s 14 May 1999
14 West Indies won 8 wickets 239 v Scotland Leicester 27 May 1999
15 Australia won 8 wickets 179 v Pakistan Lord’s 20 Jun 1999
16 Netherlands won 8 wickets 157 v Scotland Basseterre 22 Mar 2007
17 West Indies won 8 wickets 59 v Ireland Kingston 23 Mar 2007
18 Sri Lanka won 8 wickets 240 v Ireland St George’s 18 Apr 2007
19 New Zealand won 8 wickets 226 v England Wellington 20 Feb 2015
20 India won 8 wickets 79 v Ireland Hamilton 10 Mar 2015
21 England won 8 wickets 101 v West Indies Southampton 14 Jun 2019
22 England won 8 wickets 107 v Australia Birmingham 11 Jul 2019

England won this game by eight wickets to provide the eighth occasion of England winning a World Cup game by exact eight wickets margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England won 8 wickets 277 v Canada Manchester 13 Jun 1979
2 England won 8 wickets 56 v Pakistan Lord’s 13 Jun 1983
3 England won 8 wickets 52 v Sri Lanka Pune 30 Oct 1987
4 England won 8 wickets 55 v Australia Sydney 05 Mar 1992
5 England won 8 wickets 90 v U.A.E. Peshawar 18 Feb 1996
6 England won 8 wickets 19 v Sri Lanka Lord’s 14 May 1999
7 England won 8 wickets 101 v West Indies Southampton 14 Jun 2019
8 England won 8 wickets 107 v Australia Birmingham 11 Jul 2019

England won this game by eight wickets to provide the eleventh occasion of a team winning a World Cup game by exact eight wickets margin with 100 plus deliveries to spare. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England won 8 wickets 277 v Canada Manchester 13 Jun 1979
2 Sri Lanka won 8 wickets 240 v Ireland St George’s 18 Apr 2007
3 West Indies won 8 wickets 239 v Scotland Leicester 27 May 1999
4 New Zealand won 8 wickets 226 v England Wellington 20 Feb 2015
5 Australia won 8 wickets 179 v Pakistan Lord’s 20 Jun 1999
6 Netherlands won 8 wickets 157 v Scotland Basseterre 22 Mar 2007
7 India won 8 wickets 133 v Zimbabwe Mumbai 17 Oct 1987
8 Pakistan won 8 wickets 119 v Canada Leeds 09 Jun 1979
9 Pakistan won 8 wickets 116 v Netherlands Lahore 26 Feb 1996
10 England won 8 wickets 107 v Australia Birmingham 11 Jul 2019
11 England won 8 wickets 101 v West Indies Southampton 14 Jun 2019

England won this game by eight wickets to provide the third occasion of England winning a World Cup game by exact eight wickets margin. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team Result Margin BR Opposition Ground Start Date
1 England won 8 wickets 277 v Canada Manchester 13 Jun 1979
2 England won 8 wickets 107 v Australia Birmingham 11 Jul 2019
3 England won 8 wickets 101 v West Indies Southampton 14 Jun 2019

England batsmen scored five boundary sixes {All by JJ Roy} which fetched England an aggregate of 204 boundary sixes in the World Cup. England became the sixth team to score 200 plus boundary sixes in the World Cup. Others are – West Indies {303], Australia {300}, India {249}, New Zealand {247} and South Africa {234}

MA Starc captured the wicket of JJ Roy in this game which fetched him 27 wickets in this edition of 2019. He now owns the record for the most wickets by a bowler in a single edition of the World Cup. He went past GD McGrath who had captured 26 wickets in 2006-07 edition

MA Starc {27 wickets in 2019 edition} and GD McGrath {26 wickets in 2006-07 edition} are the only two bowlers who have captured 25 plus wickets in a single edition of the World Cup.

England has posted ten three figure partnerships in 2019 edition, while Australia has posted nine such partnerships in 2019 edition. Thus England owns the record for most three figure partnerships in 2019 edition.

SPD Smith-AT Carey added 103 runs for the fourth wicket in this game provide the 50th occasion of Australian batsmen posting a three figure partnership in an innings in the World Cup. Australia became the first team  in the history of the World Cup to post fifty three figure partnerships.

England has posted four three figure partnerships for the first wicket in 2019 edition.  India is the other team which had posted four three figure partnerships in 2029 edition.. Thus England and India share the record for most three figure partnerships for the first wicket in 2019 edition.

ICC World Cup 2019 – First Semifinal – Stats highlights

First Semi Final – India Vs New Zealand at Manchester on 09.07.19 – New Zealand won by 18 runs

This semifinal provided the 23rd semi final in the history of the World Cup. India was playing its seventh semi finals of the World Cup, while New Zealand was playing its eighth semi finals. India lost its fourth semi finals while New Zealand won its second semifinals

This game was played over two days with rain intervention to provide the 37th occasion of a one day international played over two days. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 England India England 6 wickets The Oval Jul 15-16, 1974
2 England West Indies West Indies 36 runs Lord’s Aug 28-29, 1976
3 England Pakistan England 132 runs Manchester May 24-25, 1978
4 Australia Pakistan Pakistan 89 runs Nottingham Jun 13-14, 1979
5 England Canada England 8 wickets Manchester Jun 13-14, 1979
6 India Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 47 runs Manchester Jun 16-18, 1979
7 England West Indies West Indies 24 runs Leeds May 28-29, 1980
8 India West Indies India 34 runs Manchester Jun 09-10, 1983
9 New Zealand Pakistan New Zealand 52 runs Birmingham Jun 11-12, 1983
10 Australia West Indies West Indies 101 runs Leeds Jun 11-12, 1983
11 New Zealand Pakistan no result   Auckland Feb 16-17, 1985
12 New Zealand West Indies no result   Sydney Feb 19-21, 1985
13 Pakistan England Pakistan 18 runs Rawalpindi Oct 12-13, 1987
14 Australia New Zealand Australia 3 runs Indore Oct 18-19, 1987
15 England West Indies England 7 wickets Lord’s May 23-24, 1988
16 England West Indies England 1 wicket Birmingham May 23-24, 1991
17 New Zealand Australia Australia 1 wicket Christchurch Mar 21-22, 1993
18 England South Africa England 4 wickets Manchester Aug 27-28, 1994
19 New Zealand South Africa New Zealand 46 runs Christchurch Feb 23-24, 1995
20 England West Indies West Indies 5 wickets Nottingham May 24-25, 1995
21 England India no result   The Oval May 23-24, 1996
22 England India England 4 wickets Manchester May 26-27, 1996
23 England India India 63 runs Birmingham May 29-30, 1999
24 New Zealand Zimbabwe no result   Leeds Jun 06-07, 1999
25 New Zealand West Indies New Zealand 8 wickets Wellington Jan 08-09, 2000
26 Bangladesh India India 8 wickets Dhaka May 30-31, 2000
27 New Zealand Pakistan Pakistan 6 wickets Auckland Feb 17-18, 2001
28 England Zimbabwe England 152 runs Birmingham Sep 10-11, 2004
29 Kenya Pakistan Pakistan 7 wickets Birmingham Sep 14-15, 2004
30 England Sri Lanka England 49 runs Southampton Sep 17-18, 2004
31 South Africa West Indies West Indies 5 wickets The Oval Sep 18-19, 2004
32 Sri Lanka India no result   Colombo (SSC) Aug 18-19, 2006
33 West Indies Australia West Indies 103 runs North Sound May 27-28,2007
34 Scotland Canada Scotland 4 wickets Ayr Jul 11-12, 2012
35 Canada Netherlands no result   King City (NW) Aug 27-28, 2013
36 England Sri Lanka England 5 wickets Pallekele Dec 10-11, 2014
37 India New Zealand New Zealand 18 runs Manchester Jul 09-10, 2019

This game was played over two days with rain intervention to provide the eleventh occasion of an one day international played over two day in the history of World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 Australia Pakistan Pakistan 89 runs Nottingham Jun 13-14, 1979
2 England Canada England 8 wickets Manchester Jun 13-14, 1979
3 India West Indies India 34 runs Manchester Jun 09-10, 1983
4 New Zealand Pakistan New Zealand 52 runs Birmingham Jun 11-12, 1983
5 Australia West Indies West Indies 101 runs Leeds Jun 11-12, 1983
6 Pakistan England Pakistan 18 runs Rawalpindi Oct 12-13, 1987
7 Australia New Zealand Australia 3 runs Indore Oct 18-19, 1987
8 England India India 63 runs Birmingham May 29-30, 1999
9 New Zealand Zimbabwe no result   Leeds Jun 06-07, 1999
10 West Indies Australia West Indies 103 runs North Sound May 27-28,2007
11 India New Zealand New Zealand 18 runs Manchester Jul 09-10, 2019

New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat to provide the 14th occasion of a team winning the toss and electing to  bat first in the Semi finals of the World Cup. It also provides the fourth occasion of New Zealand doing so in a semifinal.

KC Williamson scored 67 in this game to provide the 179th occasion of a captain scoring a fifty in the World Cup. It also provides the 26th occasion of a New Zealand captain scoring a fifty in the World Cup

It also provides the fourth fifty by KS Williamson in this edition. He became the fourth New Zealand captain to score four or more fifties in a single edition of the World Cup. Others are – MD Crowe – five in 1992, SP Fleming – four in 2006-07 and BB McCullum – four in 2014-15

He became the fifth New Zealand batsman to score four or more fifties in a single edition of the World Cup. Others are – MD Crowe – five in 1992, SB Styris – Five in 2006-07, SP Fleming – four in 2006-07 and BB McCullum – four in 2014-15

KS Williamson became the 13th captain to score a fifty in the semifinals of the World Cup. The following table furnishes the list of all the captains who have achieved the feat

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 JM Brearley 53 1 Eng NZl Manchester 20 Jun 1979
2 Imran Khan 58 2 Pak Aus Lahore 04 Nov 1987
3 MW Gatting 56 1 Eng Ind Mumbai 05 Nov 1987
4 MD Crowe 91 1 NZl Pak Auckland 21 Mar 1992
5 SR Waugh 56 1 Aus RSA Birmingham 17 Jun 1999
6 SC Ganguly 111* 1 Ind Ken Durban 20 Mar 2003
7 SO Tikolo 56 2 Ken Ind Durban 20 Mar 2003
8 M Jayawardene 115* 1 Srl NZl Kingston 24 Apr 2007
9 KC Sangakkara 54 2 Srl NZl Colombo (RPS) 29 Mar 2011
10 AB de Villiers 65* 1 RSA NZl Auckland 24 Mar 2015
11 BB McCullum 59 2 NZl RSA Auckland 24 Mar 2015
12 MS Dhoni 65 2 Ind Aus Sydney 26 Mar 2015
12 KS Williamson 67 1 NZl Ind Manchester 09 Jul 2019

KS Williamson became the third New Zealand captain to score a fifty in the semifinals of the World Cup. The following table furnishes the list of all these three captains who have achieved the feat

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 MD Crowe 91 1 NZl Pak Auckland 21 Mar 1992
2 BB McCullum 59 2 NZl RSA Auckland 24 Mar 2015
3 KS Williamson 67 1 NZl Ind Manchester 09 Jul 2019

KS Williamson {67} and LRPL Taylor {74} scored fifties in this game to  provide the 58th and 59th occasion of batsman scoring a fifty in the semifinals of the World Cup. It also provides the ninth and tenth occasion of New Zealand batsmen scoring fifties in the semifinals of the World Cup.

LRPL Taylor was dismissed run out for 74 in this game to provide the 75th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 13th occasion o New Zealand batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup

LRPL Taylor was dismissed run out for 74 in this game to provide the sixth occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup semifinal. It also provides the third occasion o New Zealand batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup semi final

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 JG Wright 69 2 v England Manchester 20 Jun 1979
2 MD Crowe 91 1 v Pakistan Auckland 21 Mar 1992
3 LRPL Taylor 74 1 v India Manchester 09 Jul 2019

KL Rahul, RG Sharma and V Kohli were dismissed for an identical score of one run in this game to provide the very first occasion of first three batsmen dismissed for one in the history of one day internationals. India thus earned a dubious world record

MS Dhoni and RA Jadeja added 116 runs for the seventh wicket in this game to provide the 307th occasion of batsmen posting a three figure innings in the World Cup. It also provides the 38th occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure innings in the World Cup.

MS Dhoni and RA Jadeja added 116 runs for the seventh wicket in this game to provide the fourth occasion of batsmen posting a three figure innings for the seventh wicket in the World Cup. It also provides the first occasion of Indian batsmen posting a three figure innings for the seventh wicket in the World Cup.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 Amjad Javed, Shaiman Anwar 7 107 1 UAE Ire Brisbane 25 Feb 2015
2 Amjad Javed, Nasir Aziz 7 107 1 UAE Win Napier 15 Mar 2015
3 NM Coulter-Nile, SPD Smith 7 102 1 Aus Win Nottingham 06 Jun 2019
4 MS Dhoni, RA Jadeja 7 116 2 Ind NZl Manchester 09 Jul 2019

MS Dhoni and RA Jadeja added 116 runs for the seventh wicket in this game to provide the record partnership for the seventh wicket in the World Cup.

No Partners Wkt Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MS Dhoni, RA Jadeja 7 116 2 Ind NZl Manchester 09 Jul 2019
2 Amjad Javed, Shaiman Anwar 7 107 1 UAE Ire Brisbane 25 Feb 2015
3 Amjad Javed, Nasir Aziz 7 107 1 UAE Win Napier 15 Mar 2015

RA Jadeja scored 77 in this game to provide the 18th occasion of a batsman scoring a fifty batting at number eight in the World Cup. It also provides the second best score by a batsman in the World Cup batting at number eight. The best score is 93 by NM Coulter-Nile of Australia against West Indies at Nottingham on 06.06.19

RA Jadeja {77} and MS Dhoni {50} scored fifties in this game to provide the 60th and 61st occasion of batsmen scoring fifties in the semi  final of the World Cup. It also provides the ninth and tenth occasion of Indian batsman scoring fifties in the semi final of the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Yashpal Sharma 61 2 v England Manchester 22 Jun 1983
2 SM Patil 51* 2 v England Manchester 22 Jun 1983
3 M Azharuddin 64 2 v England Mumbai 05 Nov 1987
4 SR Tendulkar 65 2 v Sri Lanka Kolkata 13 Mar 1996
5 SR Tendulkar 83 1 v Kenya Durban 20 Mar 2003
6 SC Ganguly 111* 1 v Kenya Durban 20 Mar 2003
7 SR Tendulkar 85 1 v Pakistan Mohali 30 Mar 2011
8 MS Dhoni 65 2 v Australia Sydney 26 Mar 2015
9 MS Dhoni 50 2 v New Zealand Manchester 09 Jul 2019
10 RA Jadeja 77 2 v New Zealand Manchester 09 Jul 2019

MS Dhoni became the second Indian batsman to score fifties in the semifinal of the World Cup on two or mor occasions after SR Tendulkar. SR Tendulkar has scored three fifties in the semifinals of the World Cup.

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 MS Dhoni 65 2 v Australia Sydney 26 Mar 2015
2 MS Dhoni 50 2 v New Zealand Manchester 09 Jul 2019
             
1 SR Tendulkar 65 2 v Sri Lanka Kolkata 13 Mar 1996
2 SR Tendulkar 83 1 v Kenya Durban 20 Mar 2003
3 SR Tendulkar 85 1 v Pakistan Mohali 30 Mar 2011

RA Jadeja {77} and MS Dhoni {50} scored fifties in this game to provide the third occasion of two Indian batsmen scoring fifties in the same innings in the semi final of the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Opposition Ground Start Date
1 Yashpal Sharma 61 2 v England Manchester 22 Jun 1983
2 SM Patil 51* 2 v England Manchester 22 Jun 1983
             
1 SR Tendulkar 83 1 v Kenya Durban 20 Mar 2003
2 SC Ganguly 111* 1 v Kenya Durban 20 Mar 2003
             
1 MS Dhoni 50 2 v New Zealand Manchester 09 Jul 2019
2 RA Jadeja 77 2 v New Zealand Manchester 09 Jul 2019

KS Williamson {67} and LRPL Taylor {74} scored fifties in New Zealand innings and RA Jadeja {77} and MS Dhoni {50} scored fifties in Indian innings in this game to provide the third occasion of four batsmen scoring fifties in the in the semi final game of the World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 CG Greenidge 73 1 Win Pak The Oval 20 Jun 1979
2 DL Haynes 65 1 Win Pak The Oval 20 Jun 1979
3 Majid Khan 81 2 Pak Win The Oval 20 Jun 1979
4 Zaheer Abbas 93 2 Pak Win The Oval 20 Jun 1979
               
1 MD Crowe 91 1 NZl Pak Auckland 21 Mar 1992
2 KR Rutherford 50 1 NZl Pak Auckland 21 Mar 1992
3 Javed Miandad 57* 2 Pak NZl Auckland 21 Mar 1992
4 Inzamam-ul-Haq 60 2 Pak NZl Auckland 21 Mar 1992
               
1 KS Williamson 67 1 NZl Ind Manchester 09 Jul 2019
2 LRPL Taylor 74 1 NZl Ind Manchester 09 Jul 2019
3 MS Dhoni 50 2 Ind NZl Manchester 09 Jul 2019
4 RA Jadeja 77 2 Ind NZl Manchester 09 Jul 2019

MS Dhoni was dismissed run out for 50 in this game to provide the seventh occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup semifinal. It also provides the second occasion on Indian batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in an innings in the World Cup semi final

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 MS Dhoni 65 2 Ind Aus Sydney 26 Mar 2015
2 MS Dhoni 50 2 Ind NZl Manchester 09 Jul 2019

LRPL Taylor was dismissed run out for 74 in New Zealand innings in this game and MS Dhoni was dismissed run out for 50 in Indian innings in this game to provide the second occasion of rival batsmen dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in the World Cup semifinal. It is interesting to note that New Zealand is one of the teams on these two occasions

No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 MD Crowe 91 1 NZl Pak Auckland 21 Mar 1992
2 Inzamam-ul-Haq 60 2 Pak NZl Auckland 21 Mar 1992
               
1 LRPL Taylor 74 1 NZl Ind Manchester 09 Jul 2019
2 MS Dhoni 50 2 Ind NZl Manchester 09 Jul 2019

MS Dhoni earned the dubious distinction of becoming the only batsman to be dismissed run out after scoring a fifty on two occasions in the semi finals of the World Cup.

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 MS Dhoni 65 2 Ind Aus Sydney 26 Mar 2015
2 MS Dhoni 50 2 Ind NZl Manchester 09 Jul 2019

MS Dhoni was dismissed run out for 50 in this game to provide the 76th occasion of a batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in the World Cup

LRPL Taylor was dismissed run out for 74 in New Zealand innings in this game and MS Dhoni was dismissed run out for 50 in Indian innings in this game to provide the seventh occasion of rival batsmen dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in the World Cup

MS Dhoni was dismissed run out for 50 in this game to provide the tenth occasion of a wicket keeper batsman dismissed run out after scoring a fifty in the World Cup

MS Dhoni earned the dubious distinction of becoming the only wicket keeper batsman to be dismissed run out after scoring a fifty on two occasions in the semi finals of the World Cup.

No Player Runs Inns Team Opp Ground Start Date
1 MS Dhoni 65 2 Ind Aus Sydney 26 Mar 2015
2 MS Dhoni 50 2 Ind NZl Manchester 09 Jul 2019

MS Dhoni became the eighth batsman to be dismissed run out after scoring a fifty on two occasions in the World Cup. The following table lists all these batsmen

No No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 MD Crowe 97 2 NZl Eng The Oval 09 Jun 1983
  2 MD Crowe 91 1 NZl Pak Auckland 21 Mar 1992
                 
2 1 AB de Villiers 92 2 RSA Aus Basseterre 24 Mar 2007
  2 AB de Villiers 134 1 RSA Net Mohali 03 Mar 2011
                 
3 1 MS Dhoni 65 2 Ind Aus Sydney 26 Mar 2015
  2 MS Dhoni 50 2 Ind NZl Manchester 09 Jul 2019
                 
4 1 Inzamam-ul-Haq 60 2 Pak NZl Auckland 21 Mar 1992
  2 Inzamam-ul-Haq 81 1 Pak Aus Leeds 23 May 1999
                 
5 1 AH Jones 64 2 NZl Ind Bengaluru 14 Oct 1987
  2 AH Jones 78 2 NZl Eng Wellington 15 Mar 1992
                 
6 1 JH Kallis 96 2 RSA Ind Hove 15 May 1999
  2 JH Kallis 69 2 RSA Ind Nagpur 12 Mar 2011
                 
7 1 RT Ponting 102 1 Aus Win Jaipur 04 Mar 1996
  2 RT Ponting 86 2 Aus Eng North Sound 08 Apr 2007
                 
8 1 SR Tendulkar 70 2 IND Win Gwalior 21 Feb 1996
  2 SR Tendulkar 137 1 Ind Srl Delhi 02 Mar 1996

MS Dhoni became the second Indian batsman to be dismissed run out after scoring a fifty on two occasions in the World Cup after SR Tendulkar. The following table lists these two batsmen

No No Player Runs Inns Team Oppn Ground Start Date
1 1 MS Dhoni 65 2 Ind Aus Sydney 26 Mar 2015
  2 MS Dhoni 50 2 Ind NZl Manchester 09 Jul 2019
                 
2 1 SR Tendulkar 70 2 IND Win Gwalior 21 Feb 1996
  2 SR Tendulkar 137 1 Ind Srl Delhi 02 Mar 1996

MS Dhoni scored 50 in this game to provide the 114th occasion of a wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the World Cup. It also provides the ninth occasion of Indian wicket keeper batsman scoring a fifty in the World Cup

MS Dhoni’s 50 in this game represent his fifth fifty as a wicket keeper batsman in the World Cup. He became the fourth wicket keeper batsman to score five or more fifties in the World Cup. Others are – KC Sangakkara {12}, AC Gilchrist {09}, and Mushfiqur Rahim {07]

MS Dhoni’s 50 in this game represent his fifth half century as a wicket keeper batsman in the World Cup. He became the fourth wicket keeper batsman to score five or half centuries in the World Cup. Others are – AC Gilchrist {08}, KC Sangakkara {07},and Mushfiqur Rahim {06]

MS Dhoni took a catch in New Zealand innings which fetched him a total of 444 dismissals. He has pouched 321 catches and 123 dismissals. It is interesting to note that his catches and stumping dismissals are in the reverse order 321-123 while his aggregate of catches 444 is four times ‘”a Nelson”

V Kohli took two catches in this game which fetched him a total of 14 catches in the World Cup. He now shares the record for most catches by an Indian fieldsman excluding wicket keeper with A Kumble. A Kumble has also pouched 14 catches.

V Kohli took two catches in this game which fetched him a total of four catches in the World Cup Semi finals. He now owns the record for most catches by a fieldsman excluding wicket keeper in the semi finals of the World Cup. He went past ST Jayasuirya who has pouched three catches.

One-day internationals played over two days

The first Semifinals of the ICC World Cup 2019 between India and New Zealand was played on 9th and 10th of  July 2019 to provide the 37th occasion of a one day international played over two days in the history of one-day internationals. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 England India England 6 wickets The Oval Jul 15-16, 1974
2 England West Indies West Indies 36 runs Lord’s Aug 28-29, 1976
3 England Pakistan England 132 runs Manchester May 24-25, 1978
4 Australia Pakistan Pakistan 89 runs Nottingham Jun 13-14, 1979
5 England Canada England 8 wickets Manchester Jun 13-14, 1979
6 India Sri Lanka Sri Lanka 47 runs Manchester Jun 16-18, 1979
7 England West Indies West Indies 24 runs Leeds May 28-29, 1980
8 India West Indies India 34 runs Manchester Jun 09-10, 1983
9 New Zealand Pakistan New Zealand 52 runs Birmingham Jun 11-12, 1983
10 Australia West Indies West Indies 101 runs Leeds Jun 11-12, 1983
11 New Zealand Pakistan no result   Auckland Feb 16-17, 1985
12 New Zealand West Indies no result   Sydney Feb 19-21, 1985
13 Pakistan England Pakistan 18 runs Rawalpindi Oct 12-13, 1987
14 Australia New Zealand Australia 3 runs Indore Oct 18-19, 1987
15 England West Indies England 7 wickets Lord’s May 23-24, 1988
16 England West Indies England 1 wicket Birmingham May 23-24, 1991
17 New Zealand Australia Australia 1 wicket Christchurch Mar 21-22, 1993
18 England South Africa England 4 wickets Manchester Aug 27-28, 1994
19 New Zealand South Africa New Zealand 46 runs Christchurch Feb 23-24, 1995
20 England West Indies West Indies 5 wickets Nottingham May 24-25, 1995
21 England India no result   The Oval May 23-24, 1996
22 England India England 4 wickets Manchester May 26-27, 1996
23 England India India 63 runs Birmingham May 29-30, 1999
24 New Zealand Zimbabwe no result   Leeds Jun 06-07, 1999
25 New Zealand West Indies New Zealand 8 wickets Wellington Jan 08-09, 2000
26 Bangladesh India India 8 wickets Dhaka May 30-31, 2000
27 New Zealand Pakistan Pakistan 6 wickets Auckland Feb 17-18, 2001
28 England Zimbabwe England 152 runs Birmingham Sep 10-11, 2004
29 Kenya Pakistan Pakistan 7 wickets Birmingham Sep 14-15, 2004
30 England Sri Lanka England 49 runs Southampton Sep 17-18, 2004
31 South Africa West Indies West Indies 5 wickets The Oval Sep 18-19, 2004
32 Sri Lanka India no result   Colombo (SSC) Aug 18-19, 2006
33 West Indies Australia West Indies 103 runs North Sound May 27-28,2007
34 Scotland Canada Scotland 4 wickets Ayr Jul 11-12, 2012
35 Canada Netherlands no result   King City (NW) Aug 27-28, 2013
36 England Sri Lanka England 5 wickets Pallekele Dec 10-11, 2014
37 India New Zealand New Zealand 18 runs Manchester Jul 09-10, 2019

World Cup games played over two days

The first Semi finals of the ICC World Cup 2019 between India and New Zealand was played on 9th and 10th of  July 2019 to provide the eleventh occasion of an one day international played over two days in the history of  World Cup. All such occasions are tabulated below

No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 Australia Pakistan Pakistan 89 runs Nottingham Jun 13-14, 1979
2 England Canada England 8 wickets Manchester Jun 13-14, 1979
3 India West Indies India 34 runs Manchester Jun 09-10, 1983
4 New Zealand Pakistan New Zealand 52 runs Birmingham Jun 11-12, 1983
5 Australia West Indies West Indies 101 runs Leeds Jun 11-12, 1983
6 Pakistan England Pakistan 18 runs Rawalpindi Oct 12-13, 1987
7 Australia New Zealand Australia 3 runs Indore Oct 18-19, 1987
8 England India India 63 runs Birmingham May 29-30, 1999
9 New Zealand Zimbabwe no result   Leeds Jun 06-07, 1999
10 West Indies Australia West Indies 103 runs North Sound May 27-28,2007
11 India New Zealand New Zealand 18 runs Manchester Jul 09-10, 2019

A new one-day international dubious record

A new one-day international dubious record was created in the semifinals game between India and New Zealand at Manchester on 10th July 2019

KL Rahul, RG Sharma and V Kohli scored one  run in this game to provide the very first occasion of first three batsman scoring one run in an innings  in the  history of one-day internationals

India and New Zealand – Road to Semi-finals of ICC World Cup 2019

INDIA’S ROAD TO SEMI FINALS IN ICC WORLD CUP 2019

No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 India South Africa India 6 wickets Southampton Jun 05, 2019
2 Australia India India 36 runs The Oval Jun 09, 2019
3 India New Zealand abandoned   Nottingham Jun 13, 2019
4 India Pakistan India 89 runs Manchester Jun 16, 2019
5 Afghanistan India India 11 runs Southampton Jun 22, 2019
6 India West Indies India 125 runs Manchester Jun 27, 2019
7 England India England 31 runs Birmingham Jun 30, 2019
8 Bangladesh India India 28 runs Birmingham Jul 02, 2019
9 India Sri Lanka India 7 wickets Leeds Jul 06, 2019

NEW ZEALAND’S ROAD TO SEMI FINALS IN ICC WORLD CUP 2019

No Team 1 Team 2 Winner Margin Ground Match Date
1 New Zealand Sri Lanka New Zealand 10 wickets Cardiff Jun 01, 2019
2 Bangladesh New Zealand New Zealand 2 wickets The Oval Jun 05, 2019
3 Afghanistan New Zealand New Zealand 7 wickets Taunton Jun 08, 2019
4 India New Zealand abandoned   Nottingham Jun 13, 2019
5 New Zealand South Africa New Zealand 4 wickets Birmingham Jun 19, 2019
6 New Zealand West Indies New Zealand 5 runs Manchester Jun 22, 2019
7 New Zealand Pakistan Pakistan 6 wickets Birmingham Jun 26, 2019
8 Australia New Zealand Australia 86 runs Lord’s Jun 29, 2019
9 England New Zealand England 119 runs Ch-le-St Jul 03, 2019

THE POINTS EARNED BY THESE TWO TEAMS IN THE LEAGUE STAGE

Pos Team M W L T NR Pts NRR For Against
1 India 9 7 1 0 1 15 +0.809 2260/381.0 1998/390.0
2 New Zealand 9 5 3 0 1 11 +0.175 1674/344.0 1868/398.1

SEMI FINALS OF THE WORLD CUP – PARTICIPATING TEAM

No Team Score Overs Inns Result Oppn Ground Start Date
1 India 217/4 54.4 2 won Eng Manchester 22 Jun 1983
2 India 219 45.3 2 lost Eng Mumbai 05 Nov 1987
3 India 120/8 34.1 2 lost Srl Kolkata 13 Mar 1996
4 India 270/4 50.0 1 won Ken Durban 20 Mar 2003
5 India 260/9 50.0 1 won Pak Mohali 30 Mar 2011
6 India 233 46.5 2 lost Aus Sydney 26 Mar 2015
                 
1 New Zealand 158 52.2 1 lost Win The Oval 18 Jun 1975
2 New Zealand 212/9 60.0 2 lost Eng Manchester 20 Jun 1979
3 New Zealand 262/7 50.0 1 lost Pak Auckland 21 Mar 1992
4 New Zealand 241/7 50.0 1 lost Pak Manchester 16 Jun 1999
5 New Zealand 208 41.4 2 lost Srl Kingston 24 Apr 2007
6 New Zealand 217 48.5 1 lost Srl Col-RPS 29 Mar 2011
7 New Zealand 299/6 42.5 2 won RSA Auckland 24 Mar 2015

RESULTS OF SEMI FINALS OF THE WORLD CUP – MATCHES THAT ARE WON

No Team Score Overs Inns Result Oppn Ground Start Date
1 India 217/4 54.4 2 won Eng Manchester 22 Jun 1983
2 India 270/4 50.0 1 won Ken Durban 20 Mar 2003
3 India 260/9 50.0 1 won Pak Mohali 30 Mar 2011
                 
1 New Zealand 299/6 42.5 2 won RSA Auckland 24 Mar 2015

RESULTS OF SEMI FINALS OF THE WORLD CUP – MATCHES THAT ARE LOST

No Team Score Overs Inns Result Oppn Ground Start Date
1 India 219 45.3 2 lost Eng Mumbai 05 Nov 1987
2 India 120/8 34.1 2 lost Srl Kolkata 13 Mar 1996
3 India 233 46.5 2 lost Aus Sydney 26 Mar 2015
                 
1 New Zealand 158 52.2 1 lost Win The Oval 18 Jun 1975
2 New Zealand 212/9 60.0 2 lost Eng Manchester 20 Jun 1979
3 New Zealand 262/7 50.0 1 lost Pak Auckland 21 Mar 1992
4 New Zealand 241/7 50.0 1 lost Pak Manchester 16 Jun 1999
5 New Zealand 208 41.4 2 lost Srl Kingston 24 Apr 2007
6 New Zealand 217 48.5 1 lost Srl Col-RPS 29 Mar 2011

Semi-finalists spotted in ICC World Cup 2019

The following table furnishes the points gained by each participating teams in ICC World Cup 2019

Pos Team M W L T NR Pts NRR For Against
1 India 9 7 1 0 1 15 +0.809 2260/381.0 1998/390.0
2 Australia 9 7 2 0 0 14 +0.868 2678/434.5 2381/450.0
3 England 9 6 3 0 0 12 +1.152 2716/433.1 2303/450.0
4 New Zealand 9 5 3 0 1 11 +0.175 1674/344.0 1868/398.1
5 Pakistan 9 5 3 0 1 11 -0.430 2025/388.5 1994/353.4
6 Sri Lanka 9 3 4 0 2 08 -0.919 1606/341.0 1621/288.0
7 South Africa 9 3 5 0 1 07 -0.030 1905/365.0 2068/394.0
8 Bangladesh 9 3 5 0 1 07 -0.410 2278/391.3 2474/397.1
9 West Indies 9 2 6 0 1 05 -0.225 1969/363.4 2113/374.4
10 Afghanistan 9 0 9 0 0 00 -1.322 1832/439.0 2123/386.2

The following table furnishes the points gained by first four teams qualifying for Semi finals and also the other  participating teams in ICC World Cup 2019

Pos Team M W L T NR Pts NRR For Against
1 India 9 7 1 0 1 15 +0.809 2260/381.0 1998/390.0
2 Australia 9 7 2 0 0 14 +0.868 2678/434.5 2381/450.0
3 England 9 6 3 0 0 12 +1.152 2716/433.1 2303/450.0
4 New Zealand 9 5 3 0 1 11 +0.175 1674/344.0 1868/398.1
                     
5 Pakistan 9 5 3 0 1 11 -0.430 2025/388.5 1994/353.4
6 Sri Lanka 9 3 4 0 2 08 -0.919 1606/341.0 1621/288.0
7 South Africa 9 3 5 0 1 07 -0.030 1905/365.0 2068/394.0
8 Bangladesh 9 3 5 0 1 07 -0.410 2278/391.3 2474/397.1
9 West Indies 9 2 6 0 1 05 -0.225 1969/363.4 2113/374.4
10 Afghanistan 9 0 9 0 0 00 -1.322 1832/439.0 2123/386.2

The  following table furnishes the four teams which have qualified for the Semi finals

Pos Team M W L T NR Pts NRR For Against
1 India 9 7 1 0 1 15 +0.809 2260/381.0 1998/390.0
2 Australia 9 7 2 0 0 14 +0.868 2678/434.5 2381/450.0
3 England 9 6 3 0 0 12 +1.152 2716/433.1 2303/450.0
4 New Zealand 9 5 3 0 1 11 +0.175 1674/344.0 1868/398.1

Semi final line up will be the team which has  

Pos Team M W L T NR Pts NRR For Against
1 Australia 9 7 2 0 0 14 +0.868 2678/434.5 2381/450.0
2 England 9 6 3 0 0 12 +1.152 2716/433.1 2303/450.0
                     
1 India 9 7 1 0 1 15 +0.809 2260/381.0 1998/390.0
2 New Zealand 9 5 3 0 1 11 +0.175 1674/344.0 1868/398.1
Semi Finals Team1 Team2 Ground Date
First Semi India New Zealand Manchester 09 Jul 19
Second Semi England Australia Birmingham 11 Jul 19

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