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ICC World cup 2019 : Most ticket has been sold.
Cricket world cup is not so far now. Only a few months has remained in this mega cricket event. Every cricket fans are eagerly waiting for this mega event. The world cup will start from 30th of May and end on 14th of July. During this, total 48 matches will be played by 10 teams with each other. These matches will be played on 11 different grounds and 10 cities situated in England and Wales. Source Cricket fans also do not want to miss this entertaining opportunity so that they are doing their preparations also. Most of the fans have already bought tickets. According to ICC, most of the tickets have been sold out. Only 3500 tickets have remained for selling. This data shows the mass attraction of people towards World cup 2019. For matches of India, no more tickets are available. This 12th edition of the cricket world cup. Inauguration match will be played between England and South Africa at The Oval, London. The Indian team will play his first match on 5th June against South Africa. There is one match scheduled for India and Pakistan. First Semi Final match will be played on 9th July 2019 at Machester. Second Semi Final will be played at Birmingham on 11th July. The Final match will be played on 14th July on the Historical Lords ground. Last World cup champion in Australia. Australia won this title 5 times. West Indies won this title two times. India also has won this title two times. Both Pakistan and SriLanka has won this one time. Except this some other good teams like England, South Africa, NewZealand seeking to win this title.
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