Cricket World Cup 2019 group table and latest standings

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Chris Gayle will feature for West Indies for the final time in 50-over cricket during this year's tournament - Getty Images South America

The 2019 Cricket World Cup takes place between May 30 and July 14, with a group stage to begin.

Each team will play each other over the course of the first five weeks with the top four making it through to the semi-finals in July.

You can keep up to date with the table and latest standings here throughout the tournament.