Hosts England will open the 2019 World Cup, against South Africa at the Oval on May 30 as the three-time finalists will have another shot at winning the 50-over quadrennial global competition.
"Conditions are going to play a factor as well - we will look into every circumstance we can foresee with the fixture list being released".
Edgbaston, in Birmingham, and Manchester's Old Trafford will stage the semi-finals on July 9 and 11 respectively, with the final at Lord's, the "home of cricket" on July 14.
A seat at next year's World Cup final at Lord's will cost up to £395, the highest ever price for a match in cricket history.
"We want penalties, fines are not proving to be an answer".
As of now, the 12 full members of ICC - Australia, England, India, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, West Indies, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, Bangladesh, Ireland and Afghanistan - and six other nations - Scotland, Netherlands, Hong Kong, UAE, Oman and Nepal have T20I status.
The 2019 cricket World Cup will return to the format of the 1992 edition of the tournament.
"One of the biggest challenges to the game is caused by the proliferation of domestic T20 leagues".
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He said the men were believed to have entered Malaysia in late January and could still be in the country. Police said security video showed that the suspects had waited for him for nearly 20 minutes.
The move across both men's and women's cricket, is part of the wider strategic aim of using the T20 format to globalize the game. The semi-finals and final are all day games.
"The World Cup is important for all teams".
"There were some concerns that we will not be able to get to an agreement as to which team would play who".
"The games will provide a world class entertainment experience for cricket fans, sports fans and family days out".
"It was probably more than 18 months ago that we commissioned drop-in portable pitches to be growing and potentially sent to the London Stadium. So I'm not that disappointed, if I'm honest".
"To be able to give yourself an opportunity to win a World Cup for your country, is an fantastic journey to be a part of".
"This far out, England are favourites to win it", said Butcher.
The most significant practical application of the decision to award worldwide T20 status across the board will be a global qualifying event for the World T20, with members competing "at a global level with a sub-regional, regional and global qualification process every two years". Cricket has not been played at the Summer Games since it featured only once in Paris 1900. "I don't expect any of those things to befall England".