World Cup

Good To Have Pressure On Ourselves - Jos Buttler

England vice-captain Jos Buttler hoped that being under pressure to qualify for the quarter finals of the 2015 World Cup will be a blessing in disguise for his team.
6 March 2015

Hot Spot - India March On, Pakistan Win Again

John Pennington and Chetan Narula review the latest Cricket World Cup 2015 action including wins for India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.
6 March 2015

AB De Villiers Is The Best Batsman At The Moment - Misbah

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq heaped praise on South Africa's AB de Villiers, who is on a spree of record breaking knocks, ahead of their crucial World Cup encounter in Auckland on Saturday.
6 March 2015

India Stretched But Not Defeated By Jaded West Indies

Lacklustre batting and bizarre bowling tactics by West Indies towards the end followed by a characteristic MS Dhoni chase at the WACA allowed India to extend their World Cup winning streak to eight, in a reasonably tight match.
6 March 2015

ICC Approves Prasanna As Replacement For Injured Karunaratne

The International Cricket Council has confirmed the Event Technical Committee’s approval of Sri Lanka’s leg-spinner Seekkuge Prasanna as a replacement for injured Dimuth Karunaratne for the rest of the World Cup.
6 March 2015

Injury Forces Anamul Haque Out Of World Cup

Bangladesh’s World Cup campaign suffered a serious blow as opening batsman Anamul Haque, who sustained a shoulder injury in the game against Scotland on Thursday, has been ruled out of the tournament.
6 March 2015

Lack Of Experience Made The Difference - Preston Mommsen

Scotland captain Preston Mommsen reckons that a lack of experience played a part in his side's six-wicket defeat to Bangladesh in the World Cup Pool A clash in Nelson on Thursday
5 March 2015

Bangladesh Overcome Scotland Challenge Despite Coetzer's Ton

It took a concerted effort from Bangladesh, led by Tamim Iqbal and Mushfiqur Rahim, to overcome a Kyle Coetzer challenge as they chased down 318 against Scotland in their Pool A World Cup encounter at the Saxton Oval.
5 March 2015

Shane Watson Confident Of Making A Comeback

Australian all-rounder Shane Watson is confident he will make a comeback to the line-up after being dropped for the World Cup match against Afghanistan on Wednesday due to poor form.
5 March 2015

It Was Tough Leaving Out Watson - Michael Clarke

Australian captain Michael Clarke conceded that the decision to drop Shane Watson for the World Cup match against Afghanistan was a tough one for the selectors.
5 March 2015

Australia Register Record-Shattering Win Against Afghanistan

David Warner scored a smashing daddy hundred as Australia put up an intimidating batting performance to defeat Afghanistan by a mammoth 275 runs at WACA, Perth, the biggest margin of victory in World Cup matches.
4 March 2015

Pakistan's Batting Finally Clicks Against UAE

Pakistan's batting finally fell into place as they posted a massive score on the back of good knocks from Ahmed Shehzad and Haris Sohail, to win against the United Arab Emirates by 129 runs in Napier.
4 March 2015

Thigh Injury Rules Chigumbura Out Of Ireland Game

Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura, who sustained a thigh injury during the match against Pakistan, has been ruled out of his side’s crucial encounter against Ireland on Saturday.
4 March 2015

Stuart Broad Slams Timing Of Kevin Pietersen Debate

England pacer Stuart Broad reckons that restarting the debate on former teammate Kevin Pietersen is a distraction to his team as they prepare for their upcoming World Cup matches.
4 March 2015

Mohammad Shami Declared Fit For West Indies Clash

Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami has recovered from his knee injury and will be available for selection ahead of his side’s clash against West Indies on Friday in Perth.
3 March 2015

'Beating Australia Psychological Advantage for New Zealand'

Former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming feels that the one-wicket win over Australia on Saturday in Auckland has given his side a psychological advantage for the rest of the World Cup.
3 March 2015

We Have To Be At Our Best Against India - Darren Sammy

West Indies all-rounder, Darren Sammy believes his team needs to put their best foot forward when they take on the defending champions India on Friday in Perth.
3 March 2015

Hot Spot - World Cup Half-Time Review

In their latest World Cup Hot Spot, Chetan Narula and John Pennington look back at an action-packed weekend of action which saw important wins for India, New Zealand, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
3 March 2015

Confident Michael Clarke Denies Distractions In His Team

Australian captain Michael Clarke refuses to entertain the notion that his team are distracted, making it clear that the players are extremely focused ahead of the game against Afghanistan in Perth on Wednesday.
3 March 2015

South Africa End Ireland's Good Phase With All-Round Show

Hashim Amla and Faf du Plessis cracked excellent tons as South Africa became the first team to post two consecutive totals of 400 in a World Cup, defeating Ireland by 201 runs in Canberra.
3 March 2015

 
 
 
 
 
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