World Cup

England Need To Do Well Against Big Teams - Woakes

Speaking ahead of the crucial World Cup encounter against Sri Lanka on Sunday at Wellington, all-rounder Chris Woakes insisted England need to do well against big teams to go the distance in the tournament.
28 February 2015

Follow Through - Australia and New Zealand - Equally Matched

This Pool A encounter was deemed the final before the final, as when the 2015 One-Day International World Cup started, many expected Australia and New Zealand to contest for the trophy.
28 February 2015

Clarke Slams Poor Batting For Defeat Against New Zealand

Australian captain Michael Clarke slammed his side’s poor batting after their one-wicket defeat to New Zealand in Auckland in a tense finish on Saturday.
28 February 2015

Farokh Engineer: A Cakewalk For India

India were expected to beat United Arab Emirates today and they did. It was a World Cup cakewalk for them.
28 February 2015

Clinical India Continue Their Confident March Beating UAE

Ravichandran Ashwin got his first four-wicket haul as India displayed a near-perfect performance on the bouncy, fast wicket at Perth to beat the United Arab Emirates by nine wickets, India’s second biggest margin of victory in terms of balls remaining.
28 February 2015

New Zealand Resist Starc Genius to Beat Arch-Rivals Australia

Brendon McCullum pummeled the third fastest World Cup half-century, while calm and composed Kane Williamson survived a Mitchell Starc storm as New Zealand held their nerve to post a one-wicket against Australia at Auckland.
28 February 2015

Darren Bravo Ruled Out Of World Cup With Hamstring Injury

West Indies batsman Darren Bravo has been ruled out of the remainder of the 2015 World Cup following the hamstring injury that he sustained during the match against Pakistan at Christchurch.
28 February 2015

Excited Clarke Ready For Big Clash Against New Zealand

Australian captain Michael Clarke, who is set to play his first international match after recovering from a hamstring injury, stated that he is excited and ready to go ahead of the big match against New Zealand on Saturday in Auckland.
27 February 2015

It Was A Very Enjoyable Knock - AB De Villiers

After hitting the fastest 150 in One-Day Internationals, South African skipper AB de Villiers credited the top order for setting the foundation which enabled him to play an "enjoyable knock" against West Indies on Friday.
27 February 2015

Hot Spot - How Crucial Is Australia-New Zealand?

In their latest World Cup Hot Spot discussion show, John Pennington and Chetan Narula review the latest action and consider how important this weekend's clash between the co-hosts is for the tournament.
27 February 2015

Damien Fleming Opens Up On The 2015 World Cup

Cricket World's Chetan Narula caught up with former Australian fast bowler (and 1999 World Cup winner) Damien Fleming to preview this weekend's crucial Australia v New Zealand clash.
27 February 2015

AB De Villiers-Led South Africa Pack A Hard Punch On West Indies

It was records galore as AB de Villiers smashed the fastest 150 in One-Day International history as South Africa thumped West Indies by 257 runs in Sydney, the fifth biggest margin of victory in ODIs.
27 February 2015

Scotland Fined For Slow Over-Rate Against Afghanistan

The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Thursday fined Scotland for maintaining a slow over-rate during their closely contested World Cup Pool A clash against Afghanistan in Dunedin.
27 February 2015

Mohammad Shami Out Of UAE Game With Knee Injury

Indian fast bowler Mohammad Shami will miss Saturday's World Cup match against the United Arab Emirates in Perth after suffering a knee injury.
27 February 2015

New Zealand Name Unchanged Team For Australia Game

Tim Southee, who suffered a freak injury during practice, has been declared fit enough for New Zealand to name an unchanged line-up for their World Cup clash against Australia on Saturday.
27 February 2015

Australia Make Two Changes For New Zealand Clash

Skipper Michael Clarke returns to the team as Australia made two changes to the line-up ahead of their much-awaited World Cup clash against New Zealand in Auckland on Saturday.
27 February 2015

Jason Holder Confident Ahead Of The South African Challenge

West Indies captain Jason Holder says he and his team are confident ahead of playing South Africa during their World Cup fixture on Friday in Sydney despite losing 4-1 to the Proteas recently.
26 February 2015

Shenwari Hails Win, Insists He Had Done His Job

After guiding Afghanistan to their maiden victory in the World Cup, batsman Samiullah Shenwari claimed that he had done his job by scoring a splendid 96.
26 February 2015

Sri Lanka Scorch Bangladesh After Two Lacklustre Performances

Sri Lanka finally showed the class that took them to the previous two World Cup finals, thumping Bangladesh by 92 runs at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), on the back of centuries from Tillakaratne Dilshan and Kumar Sangakkara.
26 February 2015

Cricket Meets Art Deco In Napier

Napier will host three World Cup matches next month but a very different match was recently played at the city's Clifton County Cricket Club ground.
26 February 2015

 
 
 
 
 
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