ICC Cricket World Cup Trophy Arrives in India, to be Exhibited in Various Cities

The trophy, which will be available to the winner of ICC World Cup 2019, will be exhibited in malls of many cities. The International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup trophy on Friday arrived in India which is its eighth stop on the international leg of the Trophy Tour. The Trophy Tour will tour nine cities in 23 days get on its journey across India. There will be a chance in the four Indian cities Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata and Bengaluru to see the Trophy Tour in action at the major shopping points. There will also be a photo prospect with the trophy along with player collaboration.

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In Mumbai, the trophy will reach on December 2. The place will be Infiniti Mall, Link Rd, Malad West, Mumbai, 40064. This will be surveyed by player dealings. The Cricket World Cup trophy on Friday arrived in India which is its eighth stop on the worldwide leg of the Trophy Journey.

England Is Set to Rule Cricket World Cup 2019?

Cricket fanatics from around the world are now looking forward to ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. The global celebration of cricket gets under way on the 30th May following year and this 12th edition is being accommodated by England and Wales. It is going to be first Cricket World Cup to feature just ten teams and to claim a set-up which will see all of them play one another at least once. If you were to ask a fan of each of the ten sides elaborate which is the best cricket team in the world, you would likely get ten dissimilar responses. In expectation of Cricket World Cup 2019, however, we’ve taken a somewhat less prejudiced view of the tournament to try to pick out which teams may lead the action.

Of the ten teams lining up in next year’s ICC Cricket World Cup, they are really only two who can now convincingly lay privilege to being the best cricket team in the 50 over game. Those two sides are England and India, and both will assuredly fancy their gambles of being capped world champions on the 14th July next year.

After an unsatisfactory Cricket World Cup 2015, England have boarded upon debatably their most fruitful ever spell of ODI cricket. Ran by coach Trevor Bayliss and captain Eoin Morgan, the team have earned an inspiring 13 of the 16 multi-game ODI series they have frolicked since the last Cricket World Cup. Those series conquests have comprised wins over India, Australia, Pakistan and almost every other team they will face in their 2019 Cricket World Cup fixtures.