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Where is the U19 Cricket World Cup 2022 being played?
The U19 Cricket World Cup 2022 is being played in West Indies.
When is the U19 Cricket World Cup 2022 being played?
The U19 Cricket World Cup 2022 starts on 14 January 2022 and runs until 9 February 2020.
Who won the 2020 U19 Cricket World Cup?
Bangladesh won the 2020 U19 Cricket World Cup, beating India by three wickets in the final in Potchefstroom. The tournament was hosted by South Africa.
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|2020||South Africa||Potchefstroom||Bangladesh||Bangladesh won by 3 wickets||India|
|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|