Week In Review - Off The Blocks

With a fixture-list drawn to please television schedules, the 2015 One-Day International World Cup got off to a quick start in its first week of competition.
23 February 2015

England Set Themselves On Path Of Redemption Beating Scotland

Moeen Ali stroked a majestic century as England crushed Scotland at Christchurch by 119 runs, their seventh World Cup win by a margin of more than 100 runs setting themselves back on the road to redemption in this World Cup.
23 February 2015

Bell, Collingwood Preview England-Scotland Game

Listen as England batsman, Ian Bell and Scotland coach, Paul Collingwood share their views on their World Cup encounter to be played on Monday at Christchurch.
22 February 2015

Moores Promises New Approach Against Scotland

England cricket coach, Peter Moores says his team will play in a "different style" when they face Scotland in their next World Cup fixture on Monday in Christchurch.
21 February 2015

Hales Deserves A Chance At Number Three - Carberry

England batsman Michael Carberry has echoed his support in favour of Alex Hales for the number three position in the England batting line-up following their eight-wicket defeat against New Zealand in Wellington.
21 February 2015

England Are Not As Good As They Think They Are - Boycott

Former opening batsman Geoffrey Boycott claimed that England weren't as good as they thought after they crashed to a eight-wicket loss against New Zealand at Wellington on Friday.
21 February 2015

Almost the Perfect Performance - Tim Southee

Reflecting on an amazing win against England in the World Cup Pool-A game, man-of-the-match Tim Southee hailed the performance of his team as “almost perfect”.
20 February 2015

No Positives In Today's Defeat Against New Zealand - Morgan

England captain, Eoin Morgan admitted that his side were outperformed by a very high quality New Zealand bowling as they crashed into a eight wicket loss at Wellington today.
20 February 2015

New Zealand Women Bounce Back

New Zealand Women quickly bounced back from a mauling in the first Twenty20 International to beat England Women by six wickets in the second match in Whangerai.
20 February 2015

England Uprooted By Southee And McCullum Tornadoes

England were demolished at Wellington as Tim Southee registered New Zealand’s best One-Day International bowling figures and Brendon McCullum scored the fastest World Cup half-century.
20 February 2015

Ramprakash Backs Eoin Morgan To Return To Form

Ahead of the crucial encounter against New Zealand on Friday, England’s batting coach, Mark Ramprakash has backed skipper Eoin Morgan to return to form.
19 February 2015

New Zealand Hit New Low In T20 Opener

England Women dismissed New Zealand Women for just 60 runs before wrapping up an eight-wicket win in the first Twenty20 International in Whangerai.
19 February 2015

England Could Still Win World Cup - Mike Gatting

Former captain Mike Gatting believes that England could still win the Cricket World Cup 2015 but he admits they must improve following a slow start to the competition.
18 February 2015

Frustrated Eoin Morgan Desperate To Find Form

England captain Eoin Morgan who is suffering from a slump in form, is desperate to be amongst the runs when his side face New Zealand in their World Cup encounter on Friday.
18 February 2015

England, New Zealand Prepare For Battle Of The Bubbles

England and New Zealand meet in a World Cup clash in Wellington on Friday 20th February and on the eve of the game, an alternative match - the battle of the bubbles - will also be taking place.
18 February 2015

England Increment Contract For James Taylor

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has awarded an incremental contract to Nottinghamshire batsman James Taylor.
17 February 2015

We Knew James Anderson Was Not Out - Glenn Maxwell

Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell, who was responsible for the controversial run out of England’s James Anderson on Saturday, confessed that the Australian team knew it was a dead ball.
16 February 2015

Eoin Morgan Dismisses Geoffrey Boycott's Criticism

Skipper Eoin Morgan has lashed out at Geoffrey Boycott over his criticism of him and the England team after defeat to Australia in their World Cup opener at Melbourne on Saturday.
16 February 2015

New Zealand Claim Vital Win

New Zealand Women beat England Women by nine wickets in the third One-Day International in Mount Maunganui to claim two important ICC Women's Championship points and take a 2-1 series lead.
15 February 2015

Morgan Stays Positive Despite Defeat

England captain Eoin Morgan is staying positive despite his side slumping to a 111-run defeat in their opening match of the Cricket World Cup 2015 to Australia in Melbourne.
14 February 2015


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