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U19 World Cup Predictions & Betting Tips

U19 World Cup is set to take place from 19th January. U19 World Cup 2024 prediction, previews, betting tips and odds. Also find out today match prediction to place bets with 1xbet, 10cric, dafabet and more

Who will win U19 World Cup 2024

The Under-19 Cricket World Cup is set to kick-off on 19th January 2024 at Bloemfontein in South Africa. 16 teams from around the world are set to participate in the top ICC event for the young talent. India are the defending champions after lifting the trophy in 2022 in West Indies.

48 matches, including super six round and knockouts, will take place across 5 venues in South Africa. 16 teams have been divided into 4 groups with each group containing 4 teams. The teams need to stay at top of the table to advance to the next stages and the final match is scheduled to take place on 11th February in Benoni.

Let’s take a detailed look at the predictions for the U19 World Cup 2024.

Top Contender to win U19 World Cup 2024

According to our analysis, we are backing India U19 to lift the Under-19 World Cup trophy once again. They have been in good form lately with some positive confidence after the U19 Tri-Series in South Africa in December-January 2023-24.

The batting line-up looks pretty strong with the likes of skipper Uday Saharan, Arshin Kulkarni and Adarsh Singh as the key players. Arshin was the leading run scorer for India in the U19 Asia Cup which happened in December 2023. He smashed 138 runs at a strike rate of 83.63. Captain Uday Saharan smashed a brilliant century against South Africa in the Tri-Series 2023-24 while Adarsh Singh was the highest run scorer of the same series with 230 runs in 3 innings which included 30 fours.

In the Indian bowling department, the U19 team has Raj Limbani, Saumy Pandey and Naman Tiwari as the key players. Raj Limbani was brilliant in the U19 Asia Cup where he picked 12 wickets in 4 matches and finished as the highest wicket taker of the tournament. Saumy Pandey and Naman Tiwari took 9 and 7 wickets, respectively, in the Tri-Series in South Africa.

U19 World Cup Underdog Team

To go with one team as the underdogs for the U19 World Cup, we will back the Bangladesh Under-19 team to surprise everyone with their performance. Bangladesh won the U19 Cricket World Cup in 2020 which also took place in 2020.

Since their first ever title win at the U19 World Cup, Bangladesh has won a number of series against teams like India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and South Africa. Their last win was the biggest one as they lifted their first ever U19 Asia Cup trophy in December 2023. They defeated a strong Indian side in the semi-final match then won the final against hosts UAE by a huge margin of 195 runs.

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U19 World Cup 2024 Prediction

Check out the team Squads for U19 world Cup starting January 19. The teams are divided into 4 groups.

ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup Team Squads

Group A

India: Arshin Kulkarni, Adarsh Singh, Rudra Mayur Patel, Sachin Dhas, Priyanshu Moliya, Musheer Khan, Uday Saharan (c), Aravelly Avanish Rao, Saumy Kumar Pandey, Murugan Abhishek, Innesh Mahajan, Dhanush Gowda, Aaradhya Shukla, Raj Limbani and Naman Tiwari

Bangladesh: Mahfuzur Rahman Rabby (c), Ashiqur Rahaman Shibli, Jishan Alam, Chowdhury Md Rizwan, Adil Bin Siddik, Mohammad Ashrafuzzaman Boranno, Ariful Islam, Shihab James, Ahrar Amin, Sheikh Parvez Jibon, Rafi Uzzaman Rafi, Rohanat Doullah Borson, Iqbal Hasan Emon, Wasi Siddiquee, Maruf Mridha

Ireland: Philippe le Roux (c), Macdara Cosgrave, Harry Dyer, Daniel Forkin, Kian Hilton, Ryan Hunter, Finn Lutton, Scott Macbeth, Carson McCullough, John McNally, Jordan Neill, Oliver Riley, Gavin Roulston, Matthew Weldon, Reuben Wilson. Non-Travelling Reserves: Adam Leckey, Hayden Melly, James West

USA: Amogh Arepally, Rayaan Bhagani, Aaryan Batra, Khush Bhalala, Prannav Chettipalayam, Arya Garg, Siddarth Kappa, Bhavya Mehta, Aarin Nadkarni, Manav Nayak, Parth Patel, Rishi Ramesh (c), Utkarsh Srivastava, Ateendra Subramanian, Aryaman Suri. Reserves: Arjun Mahesh, Ansh Rai, Aryan Satheesh

Group B

England: Ben McKinney (c), Luc Benkenstein, Farhan Ahmed, Tazeem Ali, Charlie Allison, Charlie Barnard, Jack Carney, Jaydn Denly, Eddie Jack, Dominic Kelly, Sebastian Morgan, Haydon Mustard, Hamza Shaikh, Noah Thain, and Theo Wylie

South Africa: David Teeger, Juan James, Martin Khumalo, Tristan Luus, Kwena Maphaka, Dewan Marias, Riley Norton, Nqobani Mokoena, Romashan Pillay, Sipho Potsane, Lhuan-dre Pretorius, Richard Seletswane, Oliver Whitehead, Steve Stolk, and Ntando Zuma

West Indies: Stephan Pascal (c), Nathan Sealy, Jewel Andrew, Mavendra Dindyal, Joshua Dorne, Nathan Edward, Tarrique Edward, Reon Edwards, Deshawn James, Jordan Johnson, Divonie Joseph, Raneico Smith, Isai Thorne, Steve Wedderburn, Adrian Weir

Scotland: Owen Gould (c), Uzair Ahmad, Harry Armstrong, Logan Briggs, Jamie Dunk, Bahadar Esakhiel, Ibrahim Faisal, Rory Grant, Adi Hegde, Mackenzie Jones, Farhan Khan, Qasim Khan, Nikhil Koteeswaran, Ruaridh McIntyre, Alec Price.

Group C

Australia: Lachlan Aitken, Charlie Anderson, Harkirat Bajwa, Mahli Beardman, Tom Campbell, Harry Dixon, Ryan Hicks, Sam Konstas, Rafael MacMillan, Aidan O’Connor, Harjas Singh, Tom Straker, Callum Vidler, Corey Wasley, Hugh Weibgen

Sri Lanka: Sineth Jayawardena (c), Pulindu Perera, Hirun Kapurubandara, Ravishan Nethsara, Rusanda Gamage, Sharujan Shanmuganathan, Dinura Kalupahana, Malsha Tharupathi, Vishva Lahiru, Garuka Sanketh, Duvindu Ranatunga, Ruvishan Perera, Supun Waduge, Vihas Thewmika, Vishen Halambage. Travelling Reserves: Dinuka Tennakoon, Hiran Jayasundara.

Zimbabwe: Nathaniel Hlabangana, Panashe Taruvinga, Ronak Patel, Campbell MacMillan, Ryan Kamwemba, Brendon Sunguro, Calton Takawira, Matthew Schonken (c), Anesu Kamuriwo, Newman Nyamhuri, Mashford Shungu, Kohl Eksteen, Panashe Gwatiringa, Shaun Dzakatira, Munashe Chimusoro

Namibia: Alex Volschenk (c), Gerhard Janse van Rensburg, Hansie de Villiers, JW Visagie, Ben Brassell, Jack Brassell, Henry van Wyk, Zacheo van Vuuren, Nico Pieters, Faf du Plessis, Woutie Niehaus, PD Blignaut, Hanro Badenhorst, Junior Kariata, Ryan Moffett.

Group D

Afghanistan: Naseer Khan (c), Numan Shah, Hassan Eisakhil, Wafiullah Tarakhil, Khalid Taniwal, Ali Ahmad Nasar, Jamshid Zadran, Sohail Khan Zurmati, Rahimullah Zurmati, Allah Mohammad, Arab Gul Momand, Faridoon Dawoodzai, Bashir Ahmad, Khalil Ahmad, Zahid Afghan. Reserves: Wahidullah Zadran, Nasir Hassan, Usman Shinwari

Pakistan: Saad Baig (c), Ali Asfand, Ali Raza, Ahmad Hassan, Amir Hassan, Arfat Minhas, Azan Awais, Haroon Arshad, Khubaib Khalil, Mohammad Zeeshan, Naveed Ahmed Khan, Shahzaib Khan, Shamyl Hussain, Muhammad Riazullah and Ubaid Shah

New Zealand: Oscar Jackson (c), Mason Clarke, Sam Clode, Zac Cumming, Rahman Hekmat, Tom Jones, James Nelson, Snehith Reddy, Matt Rowe, Ewald Schreuder, Lachlan Stackpole, Oliver Tewatiya, Alex Thompson, Ryan Tsourgas, Luke Watson*.* Reserves: Ben Breitmeyer, Nick Brown, Henry Christie, Robbie Foulkes, Josh Oliver, Amogh Paranjpe.

Nepal: Dev Khanal (c), Arjun Kumal, Aakash Tripathi, Dipak Prasad Dumre, Durgesh Gupta, Gulshan Kumar Jha, Dipesh Prasad Kandel, Bishal Bikram KC, Subhash Bhandari, Deepak Bohara, Dipak Bohara, Uttam Rangu Thapa Macar, Bipin Rawal, Tilak Raj Bhandari, Akash Chand

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U19 World Cup 2024 Group Stage Prediction

Top 3 teams from each group to advance to Super Six round:

Group A

  • India
  • Bangladesh
  • Ireland

Group B

  • South Africa
  • West Indies
  • England

Group C

  • Australia
  • Sri Lanka
  • Zimbabwe
 

Group D

  • Pakistan
  • New Zealand
  • Afghanistan
 

Top 4 teams to advance to the Semi-Finals

  • India
  • Australia
  • Pakistan
  • England
 

U19 World Cup 2024 Final Prediction

Back India U19 to win the U19 World Cup

About U19 World Cup

Administrator International Cricket Council
Match Format One-Day International
Tournament Format Group round-robin & playoffs
Dates 19 January 2024 - 11 February 2024
Participants 16
Matches 48
Current champions India
Latest Edition 2022
Next Edition 2024

The 15th edition of the Under-19 Cricket World Cup is set to take place from 19th January, 2024 in South Africa. It was earlier scheduled to take place in Sri Lanka but due to some reasons, the host nation was shifted to South Africa.

India will go into the upcoming U19 World Cup as the defending champions. They became the most successful team in the tournament’s history after winning the 5th title in the 2022 edition. India defeated England by 4 wickets in the 2022 U19 World Cup final.

A total of 16 national teams will participate in the U19 World Cup 2024. 11 teams, including the host nation South Africa, have qualified automatically according to the ICC rankings and the remaining 5 slots were filled by the winners of the qualifying tournaments in different continents.

U19 World Cup 2024 Venue

South Africa has been selected to host the next U19 World Cup. 5 venues have been finalized to host 48 matches across 24 days.

  • Mangaung Oval - Bloemfontein
  • Senwes Park - Potchefstroom
  • Buffalo Park - East London
  • Diamond Oval - Kimberley
  • Willowmoore Park - Benoni

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