World Cup

Five New Zealand-South Africa Talking Points

As the build-up to next year's World Cup intensifies, Matt Carter begins a review of selected One-Day International series with a look back on South Africa's 2-0 win in New Zealand.
30 October 2014

Five Reasons Why New Zealand Can Win The World Cup

Plenty of teams are in contention to win next year's Cricket World Cup, and here Bimal Mirwani gives his view on why New Zealand should definitely be in the running.
30 October 2014

Maynard To Assist Scotland

Newly-appointed Somerset coach Matt Maynard will link up with Scotland and provide specialist coaching support as part of their 2015 Cricket World Cup preparations.
14 October 2014

Need To Keep Improving - McCullum

Brendon McCullum may be happy with the cricket New Zealand are playing as the build-up to next year's World Cup intensifies, but he says there is still room for improvement.
13 October 2014

Ravi Shastri Appointed Team Director Until World Cup 2015

Former Indian cricketer Ravi Shastri has been appointed as team director of the Indian cricket team until the ICC World Cup 2015.
26 September 2014

Hopkinson, Mott Join Ireland Coaching Staff

Carl Hopkinson and Matthew Mott will head to Australia and New Zealand as part of Ireland's coaching team as they continue their preparations for next year's Cricket World Cup.
26 September 2014

Pakistan Fine Players For Failing Fitness Standards

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), taking a new approach to getting their players ready for the ICC World Cup 2015, have fined 12 cricketers for failing to achieve the required fitness level as per their contracts.
24 September 2014

Cook To Captain England In Cricket World Cup 2015

According to early reports in the UK media on Tuesday morning, current England captain Alastair Cook is set to be retained to lead his team in upcoming 2015 Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.
23 September 2014

Qualifiers Step Up World Cup Preparations

The build-up to the 2015 World Cup is already well underway for qualifiers Afghanistan, Ireland, Scotland and the United Arab Emirates.
22 September 2014

Ajmal Not Vital For Pakistan World Cup Chances - Miandad

Former Pakistan captain Javed Miandad is confident of Pakistan's chances at the ICC 2015 World Cup even without their ace spinner Saeed Ajmal, who has been suspended from bowling.
19 September 2014

Flexing Bowling Rules - ICC's Crackdown On Bowlers With Suspect Actions

It is funny how times change, how priorities shift, how committees collapse and then new committees arise with a new agenda, a new mission statement, a new goal.
15 September 2014

Authorities Warn Players Of World Cup 'Honey Traps'

New Zealand law enforcement authorities have issued precautionary warnings to players about sex being used as a weapon to blackmail during the upcoming 2015 Cricket World Cup.
10 September 2014

Pakistan Bowling Is 'Finished' Without Ajmal - Rashid Latif

Former Pakistan captain and wicket keeper Rashid Latif believes that Pakistan bowling is ‘finished’ without Saeed Ajmal.
9 September 2014

Andy Moles Takes Over As Afghanistan Coach

The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) have moved swiftly to install Andy Moles as head coach to replace Kabir Khan, who resigned earlier this week.
4 September 2014

Kabir Khan Steps Down As Afghanistan Coach

In a huge blow to Afghanistan ahead of Cricket World Cup 2015, long-time coach Kabir Khan has stepped down from his position.
3 September 2014

Richardson Pleased With World Cup 2015 Preparations

ICC Chief Executive David Richardson believes that preparations for the World Cup 2015 in Australia and New Zealand are on track to 'deliver a really memorable event'.
28 August 2014

Misbah Retained As Captain Until 2015 WC

Pakistan’s newly appointed cricket chief Shaharyar Khan has shown confidence in his under-fire skipper Misbah-ul-Haq, confirming he will continue to serve as a captain until the 2015 World Cup.
19 August 2014

Scotland Head For Hobart, Christchurch

Scotland will play four one-day games in Hobart and four in Christchurch as the four qualifiers get the opportunity to experience local conditions ahead of the 2015 World Cup .
29 July 2014

Ireland To Tour Australia, New Zealand

Ireland will tour Australia and New Zealand to play a series of one-day games in September and October as preparation for the 2015 World Cup.
29 July 2014

World Cup Trophy To Visit Papua New Guinea

The World Cup trophy will visit a non-Test playing nation in the East-Asia-East Pacific region for the first time when it touches down in Papua New Guinea next month.
25 July 2014

 
 
 

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