Netball World Cup results 2019: Fixtures, live streams and TV, how it works and winner predictions

Simon Collings

The 2019 Netball World Cup is under way in Liverpool, as 16 teams battle it out to be crowned champions on July 21.

Here is what you need to know for the tournament!

How it works

The 16 teams are split into four groups - England are in D with Uganda, Scotland and Samoa. The top three in each form Groups F and G in the second phase, while the losers file into Group E.

The top two of F and G go into the semis a week on Saturday, with the final on Sunday.

England secured top spot in Group G with victory over South Africa on Thursday night.

Live streams and TV

All matches are at the 11,000-capacity M&S Bank Arena in Liverpool and the tournament is live on Sky Sports and on the BBC and iPlayer.

A Sky Sports day pass is also available via Now TV with a day pass on offer for £8.99.

Sky Sports subscribers can stream the match online via SkyGo and the SkyGo app.

Alternately, you can watch the action for free on Youtube via the official Sky Sports Channel.

Predictions

Former England star Tamsin Greenway (below) on the big World Cup questions...

Photo: Getty Images

Who will win it?

I’ve got to go for England, with Australia as runners-up. But I wouldn’t rule out Jamaica either. I think with the defensive unit they have, they are going to be one to watch. And New Zealand and South Africa can beat any of those top three teams on their day.

Surprise packages?

Uganda are ones to watch with the way they’ve been playing and the access they’ve had to some of the elite teams. You can never write Malawi off either. They are not coming with their strongest squad but will be there or thereabouts. Northern Ireland can give people a run for their money.

Star players?

From Australia you have got to look out for Gretel Tippett, such a different player at goal attack. New Zealand captain Laura Langman is another to watch and Helen Housby for England. Keep an eye on Samantha Wallace of Trinidad & Tobago and Shamera Sterling from Jamaica, too — they are going to set the world alight.

Sky will show all remaining matches on Sky Sports Netball.

Fixtures and Results

Friday 12 July

  • New Zealand 64 Malawi 45
  • Barbados 69 Singapore 34
  • Australia 88 Northern Ireland 24
  • Zimbabwe 79 Sri Lanka 49
  • Jamaica 85 Fiji 29
  • South Africa 76 Trinidad & Tobago 45
  • England 64 Uganda 32
  • Scotland 53 Simoa 35

Saturday 13 July

  • Australia 73 Zimbabwe 37
  • Northern Ireland 67 Sri Lanka 50
  • New Zealand 78 Barbados 25
  • Malawi 87 Singapore 38
  • England 70 Scotland 34
  • Uganda 69 Samoa 48
  • Jamaica 68 Trinidad & Tobago 43
  • South Africa 90 Fiji 35

Sunday 14 July

  • New Zealand 90 Singapore 21
  • Malawi 65 Barbados 41
  • England 90 Samoa 24
  • Uganda 52 Scotland 43
  • Australia 99 Sri Lanka 24
  • Northern Ireland 49 Zimbabwe 51
  • Jamaica 52 South Africa 55
  • Trinidad & Tobago 67 Fiji 56

Monday 15 July

  • Zimbabwe 36 New Zealand 79
  • Northern Ireland 43 vs Malawi 47
  • Australia 91 Barbados 22
  • Sri Lanka 88 Singapore 50
  • Jamaica 48 England 56
  • Fiji 54 Samoa 55
  • Trinidad & Tobago 54 Uganda 57
  • South Africa 66 Scotland 38

Tuesday 16 July

  • Fiji 71 Singapore 56
  • Sri Lanka 55 Samoa 65
  • Northern Ireland 28 New Zealand 77
  • Australia 74 Malawi 25
  • Zimbabwe 66 Barbados 41

Wednesday 17 July

Thursday 18 July

  • Northern Ireland 46 Barbados 43
  • Australia 50 New Zealand 49
  • Zimbabwe 43 Malawi 59
  • Trinidad & Tobago 43 Scotland 43
  • Jamaica 61 Uganda 48
  • South Africa 47 England 58

Friday 19 July

  • Samoa 53 vs Fiji 42
  • Sri Lanka 78 Singapore 57
  • Zimbabwe 47 Jamaica 77
  • Malawi 55 Uganda 44

Saturday July 20

  • Barbados 42 Scotland 53
  • 5:15pm (5F) Northern Ireland vs Trinidad & Tobago (5G)
  • Australia 55 South Africa 53
  • New Zealand 47 England 45

Sunday July 21