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The England World Cup is knocking at the door And just six days more than just wait. Then the world's most respected event will be played in the field. The formal press conference of the 10-team captains participating in this year's Cricket World Cup was held in London on Thursday before the start of the tournament. The press conference ended with the 10th captain of the World Cup, smiling, photocasination and question-answer session. The captains of all the participating parties talk about the goals and prospects of their respective teams. However, six days before the start of the mainstream fight, the World Cup frenzy is going to start today with the preparation match.

Participating teams will be taking part in today's preparatory matches before the World Cup. The fight will take place in the next four days before the mainstream, ie May 28. After the opening ceremony on May 29, the screening will be screened on 30th May in the Cricket World Cup this year.

There will be two matches per day in the preparation phase. Each team participating in the World Cup will also get two matches in this episode. Afghanistan will face Pakistan in Bristol today on the first day Sri Lanka will face South Africa in Cardiff All matches will start in Bangladesh at 3:30 pm.

Schedule of matches for the second time:

May 24, 2015 (Friday): Pakistan v Afghanistan, Bristol

May 24, 2015 (Friday): Sri Lanka v South Africa, Cardiff

25 May, 2014 (Saturday): England v Australia, Southampton

25 May, 2014 (Saturday): India vs New Zealand, Oval

May 26, 2015 (Sunday): South Africa vs West Indies, Bristol

26 May, 019 (Sunday): Pakistan v Bangladesh, Cardiff

27 May, 2014 (Monday): Australia v Sri Lanka, Southampton

27 May, 2014 (Monday): England v Afghanistan, Oval

May 28, 019 (Tuesday): West Indies v New Zealand, Bristol

May 28, 019 (Tuesday): Bangladesh v India, Cardiff
                

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