1. Positives and Negatives Evident in New Zealand Win over Bangladesh

    There were plenty of lessons to be learnt from New Zealand's three-wicket win over Bangladesh in the sternest test of their World Cup campaign so far...

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  2. Pietersen Poised to Ditch IPL Deal and Play County Cricket

    Former England batsman on brink of shock county deal with Surrey favourites to give outcast his comeback chance to reclaim England spot.....

    Ryan Ocenada Written by Ryan Ocenada about 15 days ago 379 reads 0 comments

  3. Eoin Morgan Wants to Remain England Captain After World Cup

    ENGLAND captain Eoin Morgan insists he's still keen to continue in the job despite leading the side to arguably its worst ever World Cup campaign.....

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  4. England vs. Afghanistan: Winners and Losers from Cricket World Cup Match

    England's straightforward win over Afghanistan may have come in a meaningless dead rubber but after several bleak weeks for Eoin Morgan's men, the victory provided a modicum of relief...

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  5. James Anderson and Stuart Broad Should Be Dropped, Says Andrew Strauss

    Andrew Strauss says James Anderson and Stuart Broad should be dropped from the England one-day team and focus solely on Test cricket...

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  6. England vs. Afghanistan: Highlights, Scorecard, Report from Cricket World Cup

    England’s miserable World Cup campaign concluded with a nine-wicket win over Afghanistan in a rain-affected match at the Sydney Cricket Ground. The Associate Nation made 111-7 in 36...

    Lee Walker Written by Lee Walker about 15 days ago 828 reads 0 comments

  7. New Zealand vs. Bangladesh: Highlights, Scorecard, Report from Cricket World Cup

    New Zealand completed an unbeaten record in World Cup Pool A with a thrilling three-wicket victory over Bangladesh in Hamilton...

    Lee Walker Written by Lee Walker about 15 days ago 2,350 reads 4 comments

  8. England Fielding Coach Listed as Roster Sub

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  9. Mccullum Flies to Try and Save 4!

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  10. Cummins in for Doherty vs. Scotland

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  11. Farbrace: Losing to Afghanistan 'Unimaginable'

    England cannot afford to suffer a "horrendous" defeat to Afghanistan in their final Cricket World Cup match, says assistant coach Paul Farbrace...

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  12. Warner Backs Watson to Continue in ODIs

    As far as opener David Warner is concerned, Australia has found the right balance in its top and middle order and there's a place for Shane Watson in it......

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  13. India's Bowlers Shocking Everyone, Says Dravid

    Former India captain Rahul Dravid believes the success of India's fast bowlers has given a new "dimension" to the team at the World Cup...

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  14. Moles: Moores Has Been Let Down by ENG Players

    Sydney: As they head to a dead rubber on Friday, Afghanistan coach Andy Moles on Thursday expressed his sympathy for Peter Moores, saying the England coach was let down by his players during their disastrous cricket World Cup campaign...

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  15. Ian Smith: Dhoni Void Won't Be Filled

    Former New Zealand wicketkeeper Ian Smith feels it will be extremely difficult to fill up the void created in Indian cricket once MS Dhoni bids adieu to the game in near future. Top 10 batsmen in ICC Cricket World Cup 2015...

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  16. Aussie Players Trial New Helmet Attachment

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  17. Aussie Star Shane Watson Set to Stay in First XI for Rest of Tournament

    Eight days after virtually ending Shane Watson's World Cup campaign, Australia will confirm he is in the first-choice XI they intend to pick and stick with for the rest of the tournament...

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  18. Pakistan Look to Follow in the Footsteps of the Class of 1992

    Pakistan fans could be forgiven for wondering if history is repeating itself at the World Cup. The last time the event was held in Australia and New Zealand, back in 1992 , Imran ...

    Rob Lancaster Written by Rob Lancaster about 16 days ago 1,223 reads 1 comments

  19. South Africa Triumph, De Villiers Falls for 99 and More from Day 27

    South Africa bounced back to winning ways in Thursday's World Cup action, beating United Arab Emirates by 146 runs in Wellington, New Zealand...

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  20. South Africa vs. UAE: Highlights, Scorecard, Report from Cricket World Cup

    South Africa completed their group-phase campaign at the World Cup with a comprehensive 146-run win against United Arab Emirates on Thursday...

    Lee Walker Written by Lee Walker about 16 days ago 1,432 reads 0 comments

  21. Warner: Blunting Bowlers, Beat Black Caps

    Standing strong against New Zealand's crack bowling unit could well be the key to World Cup victory, Australian opener David Warner says...

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  22. Mooney Speaks About Zimbabwean Article

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  23. Ponting believes Oz can win CWC as they 'generally deliver' when it matters

    Former Australian skipper Ricky Ponting has backed the national team's chances of winning the Cricket World Cup, claiming that the good thing about Australian cricket history is that they generally deliver when it matters...

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  24. McCullum: Run Doesn't Matter as Long as We're Winning

    The last time the BLACKCAPS and Bangladesh met in ODI mode, the Tigers recorded their second 3-0 series Banglawash...

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  25. Williamson Returns to Black Caps Training

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