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World Cup City and Venue Guides:

  • Johannesburg - a city of action and one million people, the chief venue will host one Super Six match and the climax of the tournament, the World Cup final on March 23 at the Wanderers. [More]

  • Cape Town - arguably the most picturesque venue for cricket in the world, Newlands hosts the World Cup opening ceremony and the opening match, between hosts South Africa and two-time winners the West Indies. [More]

  • Centurion - strategically placed between Pretoria and Johannesburg, it's the urban anchor of Gauteng and will be the base for the New Zealand team during the tournament, plus will host the keenly-awaited India-Pakistan encounter. [More]

  • Port Elizabeth - a big city with plenty of surprises, it's historic ground St George's Park will play host to one of the semi-finals. [More]

  • Benoni - situated between Pretoria and Johannesburg, it's the base for newcomer Namibia and its ground Willowmoore Park will play host to two round-robin matches. [More]

  • Pietermaritzburg - situated not far from Durban, it's the base for Bangladesh and its ground the City Oval will play host to two round-robin matches. [More]

  • Durban - South Africa's seaside playground, it's the base for India and its ground Kingsmead will host a Super Six match and a semi-final. [More]

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