The world cup is shaping up to be a big year for cricket.
With the new calendar, the calendar is changing for 2019, with the first three matches being played in December and January.
The new calendar is also likely to see a more international approach to the game as India and Australia will have the first two matches on the same day.
The calendar also has a big change in the schedule for the 2022 World Cup, with both England and England-Bangladesh set to be the hosts for the first time.
The first two games of the series will be played in England, with England hosting the second match on December 3 and Bangladesh hosting the third on January 1.
As the new format has been adopted, the new dates have been made public.
England and Bangladesh are scheduled to play on January 5, 2019.
Australia, India, Sri Lanka and New Zealand have all been included in the World Cup schedule, with Pakistan scheduled to host the second game on January 16, 2019 and West Indies scheduled to make their debut in the format in January 20.
Both England and Australia were originally slated to host in the 2018 World Cup format.
However, the scheduling of the matches have been shifted to December, so that England-England will be the second series played in February and Australia-New Zealand will be in March.
For the 2019 World Cup season, the fixtures will be announced on December 16.
The 2019 calendar is set to run from December 10 to March 10, with South Africa hosting the first game in January 8 and Australia hosting the other two in February.
The matches will be held at home in Australia and at the Olympic Stadium in Melbourne.
With the new fixtures, the schedule of the 2019 season will have two home Tests and two away Tests, which will see a total of 10 Test matches played.