The top 14 one-day cricket teams in the world are coming together to play 49 matches across 44 days in Australia and New Zealand, with the goal of winning cricket’s greatest prize.
The teams are split into two groups of 7 teams each, called pools. Each team plays 6 games across the 14 different venues. Once all of the teams in each pool have played each other, the top four teams in each pool will progress to the Quarter Finals.
The four winners of those sudden-death matches will play off in the semi-finals, before the final is held on Sunday March 29 at the MCG in Melbourne.
Sounds exciting? You bet, 49 thrilling encounters as the greatest cricketers in the world come up against each other right across Australia and New Zealand.
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to secure a seat to watch some of the worlds best players, here in Canberra at Manuka Oval.
You can see the fixtures here: