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The 2027 Cricket World Cup is scheduled to be played in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Namibia in October and November. South Africa and Zimbabwe co-hosted the tournament in 2003, while this is Namibia's first time hosting a major cricket competition.
Sky Sports have exclusive TV rights for the Cricket World Cup in the UK. Online punters with a bet365 account can stream all matches live to their device. Betway is also showing all of the matches live. Radio coverage can be heard on the BBC.
Australia have won the Cricket World Cup on five occasions. India and the West Indies have both won the tournament twice, while England, Sri Lanka and Pakistan are the only other three countries that have been crowned ODI world champions.
Legendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar is the leading all-time run-scorer in the Cricket World Cup, with 2,278 runs to his name. Former Australia star Ricky Ponting is second on the list with 1,743 runs, while Sri Lanka's Kumar Sangakkara is third with 1,532.