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Junaid doubtful for World Cup
Junaid doubtful for World Cup
Pakistan begins the World Cup on Feb. 15 against India in Adelaide, Australia.
India’s media slams ‘motormouth’ Warner
India’s media slams ‘motormouth’ Warner
The Australian fielders had taken offence when the Indians went for a single off an overthrow which they wrongly believed was in breach of cricket etiquette.
ICC keen to keep sledging, fixing and chucking out
ICC keen to keep sledging, fixing and chucking out
The former Australian wicket keeper warned that the global governing body would come down hard on players who ‘sledged’ or verbally abused their opponents at the upcoming World Cup.
England inch ahead in the race for a place in final
England inch ahead in the race for a place in final
India remains winless in the tri-series after its three-wicket loss to Australia on Sunday, while England has a bonus-point win and a loss ahead of its second clash with Australia at Hobart on Friday.
Steven Finn’s fiver floors India
Steven Finn’s fiver floors India
England inch ahead in the race for a place in final with a bonus point victory
England beat India by nine wickets
The next match will be played between Australia and England on Friday at Hobart.
ICC announce venue for quarterfinals
As has been previously announced, if the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 co-hosts, Australia and New Zealand, were to qualify from Pool A.
No match excited me more than a showdown against Pakistan
I had my fair share of success at the World Cups, but no match excited me more than the four showdowns against Pakistan.
David Warner tells Rohit Sharma to
David Warner tells Rohit Sharma to 'speak English'
The Australian fielders had taken offence when the Indians went for a single off an overthrow which they wrongly believed was in breach of cricket etiquette.
1996 was Sri Lanka’s cricketing awakening
1996 was Sri Lanka’s cricketing awakening
There is one simple reason why Sri Lanka cricket is where it is today, producing world-class players and constantly challenging for honours in major tournaments: our success in the ICC Cricket World Cup of 1996.
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