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Lord's
Middlesex

Best airport to fly into — London Heathrow or London Gatwick

Airlines that fly to Tokyo Narita Airport:

Air New ZealandAir IndiaBritish AirwaysQantasPakistan International AirlinesBiman Bangladesh AirlinesSriLankan AirlinesTUI AirwaysThomas CookVirgin Atlantic


 

The Oval
Surrey

Best airport to fly to — London Gatwick or London Heathrow

Airlines that fly to London Gatwick or London Heathrow:

Air New ZealandAir IndiaBritish AirwaysQantasPakistan International AirlinesBiman Bangladesh AirlinesSriLankan AirlinesTUI AirwaysThomas CookVirgin Atlantic


 

Edgbaston
Birmingham

Best airport to fly to — Birmingham Airport or London Heathrow

Airlines that fly to Birmingham Airport or London Heathrow:

Air New Zealand, Air IndiaBritish AirwaysQantasPakistan International Airlines, Biman Bangladesh AirlinesSriLankan AirlinesSouth African AirwaysTUI Airways


 

Old Trafford
Manchester

Best airport to fly to — Manchester or London Heathrow

Airlines that fly to Manchester or London Heathrow:

Air New ZealandAir IndiaBritish AirwaysQantasPakistan International AirlinesBiman Bangladesh AirlinesSriLankan AirlinesSouth African AirwaysTUI Airways, Thomas Cook, Virgin Atlantic


 

Bristol County Ground
Bristol

Best airport to fly to — London Gatwick or London Heathrow

Airlines that fly to London Gatwick or London Heathrow:

Air New ZealandAir IndiaBritish AirwaysQantasPakistan International AirlinesBiman Bangladesh AirlinesSriLankan AirlinesTUI AirwaysThomas CookVirgin Atlantic


 

Sophia Gardens
Cardiff

Best airport to fly to — Birmingham Airport or London Heathrow

Airlines that fly to Birmingham Airport or London Heathrow:

Air New Zealand, Air IndiaBritish AirwaysQantasPakistan International Airlines, Biman Bangladesh AirlinesSriLankan AirlinesSouth African AirwaysTUI Airways


 

Riverside Ground
Durham

Best airport to fly to — Manchester or London Heathrow

Airlines that fly to Manchester or London Heathrow:

Air New ZealandAir IndiaBritish AirwaysQantasPakistan International AirlinesBiman Bangladesh AirlinesSriLankan AirlinesSouth African AirwaysTUI Airways, Thomas Cook, Virgin Atlantic


 

Headingley
Yorkshire

Best airport to fly to — Manchester or London Heathrow

Airlines that fly to Manchester or London Heathrow:

Air New ZealandAir IndiaBritish AirwaysQantasPakistan International AirlinesBiman Bangladesh AirlinesSriLankan AirlinesSouth African AirwaysTUI Airways, Thomas Cook, Virgin Atlantic


 

Trent Bride
Nottingham

Best airport to fly to — Manchester Airport, Birmingham Airport or London Heathrow

Airlines that fly to Manchester or London Heathrow:

Air New ZealandAir IndiaBritish AirwaysQantasPakistan International AirlinesBiman Bangladesh AirlinesSriLankan AirlinesSouth African Airways, TUI Airways

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News

24th May 2018

BBC Radio will cover 2019 Cricket World Cup in UK

If you're travelling to England and Wales for next year's 2019 Cricket World Cup, you will be able to listen to live commentary to the matches that you do not attend with BBC Radio.

Recently, BBC won the radio commentary rights for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. The BBC will run commentary on the sporting event next year across BBC Radio 5 live, Sports Extra, and Radio 4 LW, as well as offering a commentary broadcast on the BBC Sport website. The BBC will cover everything from the first cricket match between England and South Africa at The Oval on 30th May, to the final of the tournament which will be played at Lord's on 14th July.

 

23rd May 2018

Australia looking to use upcoming UK tour as preparation for 2019 Cricket World Cup

Australia will use their upcoming tour in the UK to prepare for next year's ICC World Cup. Australia will go head-to-head with England in an ODI campaign starting on 13th June 2018. The 15 man squad will be put to the test in the same conditions that will face at next year's world cup. Australia will hope to gain some valuable experience in this campaign and will look to take this same squad competing in June this year to the Cricket World Cup in 2019.

Australia's ODI squad reserve keeper, Alex Carey, mentioned that during this tour, the Australian team are heavily focusing on getting squad together for next year. He added that Australia have won three out of the last four ICC Cricket World Cup's and their goal is to win the whole tournament in 2019. 

Australia's first match is against Afghanistan at Bristol County Ground, Bristol, on 2nd June 2019.

 

18th May 2018

Mohammad Amir wishes to be the best bowler in ICC 2019 Cricket World Cup

Mohammad Amir of Pakistan recently expressed his desire to the be the best bowler in next year's Cricket World Cup. While speaking to the ICC, Amir said that his main wish is for Pakistan to win, but after that he's also wishing to be the best bowler in the tournament. Amir also stated that current Pakistan team have a good rotation policy, which is one of the reasons that he's so prepared for the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Pakistan's only Cricket World Cup win came in 1992 when Australia and New Zealand hosted the tournament. This will be Mohammad Amir's first world cup and — while he appears hungry — he still shows gratitude, describing his involvement in the event as "like a dream come true".