World Cup

John Mooney, Darren Sammy Fined By ICC

Following their World Cup fixture earlier in the day, West Indies’ all-rounder Darren Sammy and Ireland’s John Mooney have been fined 30 per cent of their match fees by the International Cricket Council (ICC).
16 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

Warning Bells for Others as Ireland Chase Down 304 Emphatically

Paul Stirling, Ed Joyce and Niall O’Brien compiled fine innings as Ireland chased down 304 against West Indies at Saxton Oval, winning their World Cup Pool B match by four wickets.
16 February 2015

James Sutherland Delighted At World Cup Response

Cricket Australia (CA) chief executive James Sutherland, in an interaction with the media, expressed his joy over the way in which the first weekend of the 2015 World Cup had panned out.
15 February 2015

Follow Through - India 6-0 Pakistan

The biggest match of the 2015 One-Day International World Cup is done and dusted. There are 43 more days to go yet, and quite possibly neither of the teams competing today will be there at the Melbourne Cricket Ground for the final on 29th March.
15 February 2015

India Make It 6-0 With An All-Round Performance Against Pakistan

Virat Kohli scored a classy century as India kept their proud tradition intact, beating Pakistan yet again in the World Cup, taking the tally to 6-0.
15 February 2015

Farokh Engineer: Win Will Do India A World Of Good

It was India all the way today, says Farokh Engineer. Winning by 76 runs is quite a big margin in a 50-over contest.
15 February 2015

South Africa Hold Off A Spirited Zimbabwe In High-Scoring Game

David Miller and JP Duminy knocked stunning centuries to make sure South Africa had enough on board to hold off a very spirited Zimbabwe team in their first World Cup fixture.
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

Follow Through - Australia Hand Out A Lesson To England

Australia made good on their promise of favourites as they beat England by 111 runs in their opening match of pool A of the 2015 ODI World Cup in Melbourne.
14 February 2015

Umpiring Error Cost James Taylor World Cup Ton

Following the Australia-England World Cup encounter, the International Cricket Council has admitted that James Anderson was dismissed due to an error by the umpires which left James Taylor stranded on 98.
14 February 2015

Australia Bully England Into Submission In A One-Sided Affair

Aaron Finch scored a breathtaking century and Mitchell Marsh opened his World Cup account with a five-wicket haul, as Australia thumped England by 111 runs to kick start their campaign.
14 February 2015

Farokh Engineer: India-Pakistan Is More Than Just A Cricket Match

Lycamobile ambassador Farokh Engineer tells us in his first World Cup piece that tomorrow's India-Pakistan match will be more like a war than a cricket match.
14 February 2015

New Zealand Steamroll Sri Lanka In World Cup Opener

Corey Anderson blitzed with the bat and Daniel Vettori tightened the screws with the ball as New Zealand steamrolled a hapless Sri Lankan side in the tournament opener at Christchurch.
14 February 2015

A World Cup Squad Of Absentees

Prithivijit Roy picks out a 15-man squad for the World Cup, but this is a team with a difference - none of the players included are actually in Australia or New Zealand.
13 February 2015

Cricket TV - Mr Predictor - World Cup 2015 Preview

Just hours before the Cricket World Cup 2015 got underway, John Pennington and Alastair Symondson previewed the competition in their latest Mr Predictor show.
13 February 2015

Bailey and Anderson Preview Their World Cup Game At MCG

Listen as Australian captain, George Bailey and England fast bowler, James Anderson offer their thoughts ahead of the their World Cup clash in Melbourne on Saturday.
13 February 2015

2015 ODI World Cup Preview - An Open Tournament

Almost by right, a World Cup ought to have a team deemed clear favourites to lift the trophy. In 2011, co-hosts India and Sri Lanka were the anointed ones, and they did meet in the final, with the former clinching their second title. In both 2003 and 2007, Australia were the obvious choice and they didn’t disappoint.
13 February 2015

England - A New Look Team Under A New Skipper

For a very long time, few would have considered England to be World Cup dark horses. Conservative, defensive and unimaginative were qualities attributed to the English side. Losing their best short-format player to controversies and fallouts didn’t help either. Yet, somewhere in the last few months, sanity prevailed and so did the resurrection.
13 February 2015

 
 
 
 
 
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