World Cup

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

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

Michael Clarke Ready To Push The Limits On Field

Australian captain Michael Clarke, who is all set to return from a hamstring injury, revealed that there will not be any restrictions on his fielding position when he returns to the team.
20 February 2015

West Indies Remain Positive Ahead Of Pakistan Clash

West Indies are donning a positive outlook ahead of their Pool B clash against Pakistan on Saturday after their loss against Ireland in the opening game.
20 February 2015

Misbah-Ul-Haq Admits Batting Woes, Denies Panic In Camp

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has dismissed talks regarding panic in the squad, but admitted their batting concern need to be addressed ahead of their next World Cup encounter against West Indies on Saturday.
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

India - The Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde Of World Cup

The World Cup has often served as the stage where fans have been a witness to the Indian teams Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde traits in its vintage form.
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

Disappointed Benn Confident Of West Indies Fightback

West Indies spinner Sulieman Benn, after missing his side's World Cup opener against Ireland, exuded confidence in his team to stage a fightback in their upcoming group match against Pakistan on Saturday.
19 February 2015

Brad Haddin Hints One-Day International Retirement

Wicketkeeper batsman, Brad Haddin, who was a part of Australia's 2007 and 2011 World Cup campaign hinted a possible retirement from the 50-over format very soon.
19 February 2015

John Buchanan Recalls 2003 World Cup Winning Moments

Former Australian coach John Buchanan, who guided Australia to successive World Cup wins, recollected his fond memories of the first title win in 2003 in South Africa, particularly the final.
19 February 2015

Zimbabwe Continue Good Form Against Spirited UAE

Spurred by belief and guided by a cool head in Sean Williams, Zimbabwe chased down an impressive 285 at Nelson, winning by four wickets, against a spirited United Arab Emirates team.
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

It's An Honour To Play For UAE - Mohammad Tauqir

Playing in the World Cup after a gap of 19 years, the United Arab Emirates will be led by Mohammad Tauqir who proudly stated that it was an honour to represent his country.
18 February 2015

Dale Steyn Recovering From Flu Ahead Of India Clash

South Africa fast bowler, Dale Steyn had missed the training on Wednesday due to flu, but is expected to be fit for the World Cup encounter against India at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) on Sunday.
18 February 2015

Bangladesh Overcome Initial Jitters To Beat Afghanistan

An all-round performance from Shakib Al Hasan and a blazing half-century from Mushfiqur Rahim helped Bangladesh overcome initial lethargy to beat Afghanistan by 105 runs in their opening encounter in Canberra.
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

Zimbabwe Promise Relentless Approach

Zimbabwe, who put up a strong fight against South Africa in their World Cup opener, promised an aggressive and relentless approach ahead of their next league match against the United Arab Emirates on Thursday.
18 February 2015

2015 World Cup Is Too Long For Darren Lehmann

Australian coach Darren Lehmann expressed his annoyance at the lengthy breaks between his team’s World Cup matches, hinting that the tournament could be trimmed.
18 February 2015

Mommsen Proud Of Scotland's Performance Against New Zealand

Scotland captain Preston Mommsen said on Tuesday that he was impressed with the fight his team showed against New Zealand defending a low-score of 142 in Dunedin during their World Cup fixture.
17 February 2015