U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 Betting Tips

The U19 Cricket World Cup gets underway on 17 January 2020 and concludes with the final on 9 February 2020 at the JB Marks Oval in Potchefstroom. The competition consists of 16 countries and is hosted by South Africa in 2020.

The U19 Cricket World Cup is a 50-over tournament (ODI format) with four groups of four. India are the defending champions and enter this years competition as the outright favourite. Over the years the U19 Cricket World Cup has grown in stature and with that has come an increase it bettors taking an interest.

The U19 Cricket World Cup is where the stars of tomorrow are born. Most of the world’s biggest names performed at this level in years gone by including the likes of India’s Virat Kohli and South Africa’s Kagiso Rabada.

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Where is the U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 being  played?

The U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 is being played in South Africa.

When is the U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 being played?

The U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 starts on 17 January 2020 and runs until 9 February 2020.

Who won the 2018 U19 Cricket World Cup?

India won the 2018 U19 Cricket World Cup, beating Australia by eight wickets in the final in Mount Maunganui. The tournament was hosted by New Zealand.

U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 Live Streaming


You can watch the 2020 Under-19 Cricket World Cup matches with bet365 live streaming service. It has been made easy by bet365 to switch between betting markets and live action. 

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U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 Betting Odds


All major online bookmakers will offer odds for the 2020 U19 Cricket World Cup including outright markets such as U19 Cricket World Cup winner.

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U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 Teams


Sixteen nations will compete to lift the coveted U19 Cricket World Cup trophy including  Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Canada, United Arab Emirates, Japan and Scotland.

U19 Cricket World Cup Winners and Runners-up


There have been twelve previous editions of the U19 Cricket World Cup. India won the 2018 U19 Cricket World Cup in New Zealand, defeating Australia by 8 wickets at Mount Maunganui.

YearHostsFinal VenueWinnerMarginRunner-up
2022  West Indies tbc tbc tbc tbc
2020  South Africa Potchefstroom tbc tbc tbc
2018  New Zealand Mount Maunganui  India India won by 8 wickets  Australia
2016  Bangladesh Dhaka  West Indies West Indies won by 5 wickets  India
2014  UAE Dubai  South Africa South Africa won by 6 wickets  Pakistan
2012  Australia Townsville  India India won by 6 wickets  Australia
2010  New Zealand Lincoln  Australia Australia won by 25 runs  Pakistan
2008  Malaysia Puchong  India India won by 12 runs (D/L)  South Africa
2006  Sri Lanka Colombo  Pakistan Pakistan won by 38 runs  India
2004  Bangladesh Dhaka  Pakistan Pakistan won by 25 runs  West Indies
2002  New Zealand Lincoln  Australia Australia won by 7 wickets  South Africa
2000  Sri Lanka Colombo  India India won by 6 wickets  Sri Lanka
1998  South Africa Johannesburg  England England won by 7 wickets  New Zealand
1988  Australia Adelaide  Australia Australia won by 5 wickets  Pakistan

Who has won the most U19 Cricket World Cup titles?


India currently hold the record for winning the most U19 Cricket World Cup titles with four titles. Australia have won three U19 Cricket World Cup titles.

U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 Final


The final of the 2020 U19 Cricket World Cup will take place on 9 February 2020 at the JB Marks Oval in Potchefstroom, South Africa.

U19 Cricket World Cup Bet of the Day


U19 Cricket World Cup tips could feature in our bet of the day throughout the tournament.

U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 News


The official U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 website has all the latest news so you don't miss any important information. Interviews, stats, injury news, and more are all available to put you ahead of the bookies.


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U19 Cricket World Cup 2020 History


The inaugural Under-19 Cricket World Cup took place in Australia in 1988. The tournament was called the McDonald's Bicentennial Youth World Cup and was held as part of the Australian Bicentenary celebrations.

After a hiatus of 10 years, the tournament returned in 1998. The event was relaunched in South Africa and it was announced by the International Cricket Council (ICC) that it would become a biennial tournament.

There have been 12 editions of the tournament to date, with India the most successful nation - winning four titles.

In addition to the tournament featuring the main ICC nations over the years, many smaller cricketing nations have been given the chance to compete through qualifying tournaments. The likes of Fiji, Denmark, Malaysia, Canada, Uganda, Nepal, Bermuda, and Papua New Guinea have all appeared at the finals, while Nigeria and Japan will make their debuts in 2020.

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