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Fixtures for the 2015 Cricket World Cup which takes place in Australia and New Zealand from February 14 to March 29:

Pool A: England, Australia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, New Zealand, Afghanistan, Scotland

Pool B: South Africa, India, Pakistan, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Ireland, United Arab Emirates

(Top four sides from each pool qualify for the quarter-finals)

Feb 14 Sri Lanka v New Zealand, Christchurch (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, Feb 13)

Feb 14 England v Australia, Melbourne (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Feb 15 South Africa v Zimbabwe, Hamilton (14:00 local/1:00 GMT)

Feb 15 India v Pakistan, Adelaide (14:00 local/03:30 GMT)

Feb 16 West Indies v Ireland, Nelson (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, Feb 15)

Feb 17 New Zealand v Scotland, Dunedin (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, Feb 16)

Feb 18 Bangladesh v Afghanistan, Canberra (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Feb 19 Zimbabwe v UAE, Nelson (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, Feb 18)

Feb 20 England v New Zealand, Wellington (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

Feb 21 Pakistan v West Indies, Christchurch (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, Feb 20)

Feb 21 Australia v Bangladesh, Brisbane (13:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Feb 22 Sri Lanka v Afghanistan, Dunedin (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, Feb 21)

Feb 22 South Africa v India, Melbourne (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Feb 23 England v Scotland, Christchurch (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, Feb 22)

Feb 24 West Indies v Zimbabwe, Canberra (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Feb 25 Ireland v UAE, Brisbane (13:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Feb 26 Afghanistan v Scotland, Dunedin (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, Feb 25)

Feb 26 Sri Lanka v Bangladesh, Melbourne (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Feb 27 South Africa v West Indies, Sydney (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Feb 28 India v UAE, Perth (14:30 local/06:30 GMT)

Feb 28 Australia v New Zealand, Auckland (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

March 01 England v Sri Lanka, Wellington (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, Feb 28)

March 01 Pakistan v Zimbabwe, Brisbane (13:30 local/03:30 GMT)

March 03 South Africa v Ireland, Canberra (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

March 04 Pakistan v UAE, Napier (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

March 04 Australia v Afghanistan, Perth (14:30 local/06:30 GMT)

March 05 Bangladesh v Scotland, Nelson (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, March 04)

March 06 India v West Indies, Perth (14:30 local/06:30 GMT)

March 07 South Africa v Pakistan, Auckland (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

March 07 Zimbabwe v Ireland, Hobart (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

March 08 New Zealand v Afghanistan, Napier (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, March 07)

March 08 Australia v Sri Lanka, Sydney (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

March 09 England v Bangladesh, Adelaide (14:00 local/03:30 GMT)

March 10 India v Ireland, Hamilton (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

March 11 Sri Lanka v Scotland, Hobart (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

March 12 South Africa v UAE, Wellington (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

March 13 Bangladesh v New Zealand, Hamilton (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

March 13 England v Afghanistan, Sydney (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

March 14 India v Zimbabwe, Auckland (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

March 14 Australia v Scotland, Hobart (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

March 15 West Indies v UAE, Napier (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, March 14)

March 15 Pakistan v Ireland, Adelaide (14:00 local/03:30 GMT)

Quarter-finals

March 18 Sydney (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

March 19 Melbourne (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

March 20 Adelaide (14:00 local/03:30 GMT)

March 21 Wellington (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

Semi-finals

March 24 Auckland (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

March 26 Sydney (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Final

March 29 Melbourne (14:30 local/04:30 GMT)

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