All the dishes you need for a Cricket World Cup 2019 watch party

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MANCHESTER, ENGLAND – JULY 06: David Warner of Australia celebrates his century during the Group Stage match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 between Australia and South Africa at Old Trafford on July 06, 2019 in Manchester, England. (Photo by Clive Mason/Getty Images)

The 2019 Cricket World Cup has been an exciting tournament thus far. With the semi-finals set for next week, we have the best dishes you need for a World Cup watch party.

The ICC Men’s 2019 Cricket World Cup, taking place in England and Wales, has been the talk of the sporting world for weeks as ten nations battle it out for the ultimate title of world champions in the One Day International format. With the completion of the Pakistan-Bangladesh match, it has now been confirmed that the semi-finalists for the 2019 World Cup will be Australia, India, host nation England, and New Zealand.

It’s been a hard-fought round-robin thus far, with only Australia and India looking at ease, but almost all the teams have had their fair share of hairy moments. The semi-final spots were particularly hard-won by the top four teams—an unexpected outcome considering how well-poised a number of the nations seemed to be going into the tournament.

On the flip side, all this has produced some excellent, nail-biting cricket, including a host of fantastic centuries, inspiring bowling spells, and breath-taking fielding. And it’s only going to get more intense in the semi-finals.

As we enter the final phase of the round-robin matches before the semis, cricket fans will be looking to organise watch parties at home, or out on the town. And we have just what you need for your party—the top dish from each participating country! Here are all the dishes you need for a 2019 Cricket World Cup watch party.