Sohail, Amir keep Pakistan’s World Cup alive
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Sohail, Amir keep Pakistan’s World Cup alive

Chasing Pakistan’s 308/7, South Africa came undone against Mohammad Amir (2/49) and Shadab Khan (3/50) to remain with just one win from seven games so far.  The World…

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‘Emotional’ Dhawan thanks fans for support as he departs CWC19
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‘Emotional’ Dhawan thanks fans for support as he departs CWC19

Dhawan, the India opener, copped the blow during India’s victory over Australia. India sweated on his fitness for a time, but he has since been ruled out of…

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India aim to maintain World Cup dominance over arch-rivals Pakistan
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India aim to maintain World Cup dominance over arch-rivals Pakistan

India v PakistanOld Trafford, Manchester2019 ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, Match 22Sunday, 16 June; 10.30am local, 09.30am GMT With their last game against New Zealand being washed out,…

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‘It was too late’ – Faf du Plessis on AB de Villiers’ CWC19 proposal
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‘It was too late’ – Faf du Plessis on AB de Villiers’ CWC19 proposal

Speaking after the wash-out against West Indies on Monday, 10 June, du Plessis revealed that he and his former team-mate shared a phone call during this year’s Indian…

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Plunkett optimistic about England’s revival against Bangladesh
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Plunkett optimistic about England’s revival against Bangladesh

England have already experienced two contrasting results in the early stage of the World Cup: their convincing victory against South Africa was followed by a wake-up call against…

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Coulter-Nile, Starc fend off West Indies attack
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Coulter-Nile, Starc fend off West Indies attack

Choosing to bowl, West Indies – just as they had done against Pakistan – attacked with the short ball. The relatively inexperienced attack didn’t always have control, but…

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Rohit century helps India open World Cup campaign with win
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Rohit century helps India open World Cup campaign with win

The day began with Jasprit Bumrah bowling a venomous new-ball spell that helped him dismiss South Africa’s openers, Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock.  Faf du Plessis and…

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‘Bowlers didn’t take responsibility at the start’ – Naib rues missed opportunity
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‘Bowlers didn’t take responsibility at the start’ – Naib rues missed opportunity

Afghanistan were up against a hurting Sri Lanka, who had been bowled out for 136 in their tournament opener against New Zealand, which they lost by ten wickets.…

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Dale Steyn ruled out of the ICC Cricket World Cup with injury
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Dale Steyn ruled out of the ICC Cricket World Cup with injury

Steyn, South Africa’s fifth highest ODI wicket-taker of all time, withdrew from the Indian Premier League with the same issue and has already missed the first two games…

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Cardiff welcomes Cricket World Cup in style with giant cricket catch relay
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Cardiff welcomes Cricket World Cup in style with giant cricket catch relay

‘The Ultimate Delivery’ was hosted by ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup ambassador, British and Irish Lions and Welsh rugby legend, Shane Williams and covered over 8851 metres. Shane…

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