World Cup

Cause For Concern For New Zealand?

As impressive as New Zealand's win over Australia on Saturday evening was, there is an argument that it also served as a vehicle to highlight numerous flaws, argues Matt Carter.
3 March 2015

Misbah-Ul-Haq Worried About Constant Travelling

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq hopes that the constant travelling between matches will not affect his team's performances ahead of his side’s clash against the United Arab Emirates on Wednesday.
3 March 2015

Seekkuge Prasanna To Cover For Injured Herath

Sri Lankan leg-spinner Seekkuge Prasanna is all set to fly to Australia as a World Cup standby for left-arm spinner Rangana Herath, who sustained a finger injury during the clash against England on Sunday.
3 March 2015

United Arab Emirates Not Scared Of Mohammad Irfan - Amjad Javed

United Arab Emirates all-rounder Amjad Javed says that his team will not be intimidated by Pakistan pacer Mohammad Irfan when the two sides meet each other on Wednesday in Napier.
3 March 2015

Clive Lloyd Backs West Indies To Fight Back Against India

West Indies batting great Clive Lloyd expressed confidence on his team’s ability to bounce back ahead of their league match against India on Friday in Perth.
2 March 2015

India Starting To Become Favourites Of This World Cup - Brad Hogg

Former Australian spinner and double World Cup winner, Brad Hogg is very impressed with India’s performance in the showpiece event and thinks the defending champions are now the favourites to lift the cup.
2 March 2015

Around The Grounds: Season Countdown And World Cup

Our Top Tweets contain a variety of images this week including fans meeting their idols, one club member throwing a 180 and Liverpool beating Man City.
2 March 2015

Week In Review - Pools Begin To Take Shape

The second week of action in the 2015 One-Day International World Cup saw a continuation of the thrilling action from the first seven days.
2 March 2015

Enjoy The Experience Of Playing In The World Cup - Steve Waugh

Two-time World Cup winning captain Steve Waugh has recommended that players try to enjoy the experience of playing the World Cup while stressing the importance of being relaxed under pressure.
2 March 2015

James Faulkner Nearing Australia Return

Australia's World Cup campaign has received a huge boost as all-rounder James Faulkner has recovered from a side strain and is available for selection against Afghanistan on Wednesday in Perth.
2 March 2015

Suranga Lakmal Fined By ICC For Bowling Beamers

Sri Lankan fast bowler Suranga Lakmal has been fined by the International Cricket Council for bowling two beamers at England’s Jos Buttler during their World Cup Pool A clash on Sunday in Wellington.
2 March 2015

Mike Hesson Wary Of Afghanistan Threat

New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has stated that his team will give due respect to Afghanistan ahead of their World Cup clash on Sunday in Napier.
2 March 2015

Johnson Is The Leader Of Our Bowling Attack - Starc

Despite a splendid performance against New Zealand in Auckland on Saturday, Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc believes it is Mitchell Johnson who is the leader of their bowling attack.
1 March 2015

Pakistan Squeeze Every Ounce To Win Against Zimbabwe

Misbah-ul-Haq played yet another steadying innings complemented by a fine all-round performance by Wahab Riaz as Pakistan defeated Zimbabwe by 20 runs in Brisbane.
1 March 2015

Follow Through - Sri Lanka Outclass England With Ease

After a comprehensive nine-wicket loss to Sri Lanka in Wellington on Sunday, England now need to beat Bangladesh and Afghanistan to qualify for the quarterfinals.
1 March 2015

We Were Punished By An Experienced Sri Lankan Side - Morgan

England captain Eoin Morgan admitted that his side were completely outplayed by a dominant Sri Lankan team following the nine-wicket World Cup defeat in Wellington on Sunday.
1 March 2015

Sri Lanka Chase 309, Make England Look Pedestrian

Kumar Sangakkara and Lahiru Thirimanne stroked sublime centuries as Sri Lanka made England’s 309 look pedestrian, chasing it down with 16 balls to spare to win their World Cup clash by nine wickets in Wellington.
1 March 2015

McCullum Cleared Of Serious Injury After Forearm Blow

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum, who suffered a blow on his forearm during his innings against Australia on Saturday, has been cleared of serious injury and is expected to take the field for his side's next game on Friday.
1 March 2015

Top Five Innings From Associates Against Test-Playing Nations

The associate teams are playing exceptionally well at this World Cup, without conceding a single one-sided match so far. In fact, the Ireland-United Arab Emirates and Scotland-Afghanistan fixtures were both the closest thrillers at this World Cup.
1 March 2015

Charles Replaces Darren Bravo In West Indies' World Cup Squad

The International Cricket Council's (ICC) Event Technical Committee on Saturday approved West Indies top-order batsman Johnson Charles as a replacement for injured Darren Bravo in the World Cup squad
28 February 2015

 
 
 
 
 
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