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The Cricket World Cup in 2019 was the first to be held in England for 20 years and expectations were high. It did not disappoint.
Over six weeks and 48 matches it showcased the best that the one-day game has to offer, with compelling individual performances and spellbinding matches - all culminating in England's unforgettable victory over New Zealand in the final. The Times England's World Cup gives you a chance to relive the drama as it happened with the best of cricket writers.
Richard Whitehead worked for The Times for 21 years after joining the newspaper in 1995. He held senior roles in a number of departments, including obituaries and books, as well as spending ten years on the sports desk. His previous archive book for The History Press was The Times on the Ashes (2015). He is now an assistant editor on Wisden Cricketers' Almanack.