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Windies confident of Gayle fitness for New Zealand cricket clash

Wellington – West Indies believe Chris Gayle will have a major impact on Saturday’s World Cup quarter-final against New Zealand even if he’s only half fit. Gayle missed Sunday’s six-wicket win over the United Arab Emirates in Napier, which secured the West Indies’ place in the last eight, after failing to shrug off his latest...

Five things learnt in World Cup first round

Sydney – The group stage of the World Cup came to an end on Sunday. Below AFP Sport looks at some of the key points to have emerged from the tournament so far: Left-arm forward Some 23 years after Wasim Akram lit up the last World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, this tournament has seen a clutch of left-arm

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Outsiders determined to stay in World Cup club

Sydney – Afghanistan coach Andy Moles has no doubts over the thorny issue of the 2019 World Cup and the controversial plan to cut the number of teams from 14 to just 10. “It’s called the World Cup, and the secret is in the name,” he said. After Ireland became the last of the four non-Test or Associate nations taking

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World Cup 2015 Match Preview: Pakistan vs Ireland

Live Score: Pakistan vs Ireland Match 42 Pool B – 15th March 2015 Pakistan plays their all-important final league match of the World Cup 2015 against Ireland at the Adelaide Oval on this Sunday, where they started their world cup campaign disastrously against India. Another disaster could fetch them an early return to the hom...

Pakistan, Ireland set for do-or-die World Cup duel

Adelaide (Australia) – Plucky Ireland take on buoyant Pakistan in a winner-takes-all World Cup clash at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday that promises an enthralling encounter between two highly combustible teams. The last league match in the month-long group stage will steer the winner into the quarter-finals and leave the loser ...

Windies’ Cup dream hinges on weather gods

Napier (New Zealand) – The West Indies will have one eye on the skies and the other on the scoreboard as they seek to keep their World Cup campaign alive in a must-win clash with the United Arab Emirates on Sunday. The two-time champions’ hopes of a quarter-final berth hinge on a convincing victory in Napier after a series of...

World Cup braced for final countdown

Sydney – The World Cup enters its final weekend of group games with former champions Pakistan and West Indies facing either early flights home or a last-gasp places in the quarter-finals. Six of the eight quarter-finalists are already known — New Zealand, Australia, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh from Pool A and defending champions...

England end Cricket World Cup with Afghan stroll

Sydney – England’s miserable World Cup ended with a comfortable nine-wicket win over Afghanistan in a rain-marred Pool A clash at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday. Chasing a revised target of 101 to win in 25 overs under the Duckworth/Lewis method following three rain delays, England finished on 101 for one in 18.1 overs I...

West Indies sweat over Gayle back injury

Napier (New Zealand) – Chris Gayle is a doubt for the West Indies’ do-or-die World Cup duel against the United Arab Emirates on Sunday after struggling with a back injury. The veteran opener did not train with the rest of the squad at Napier’s McLean Park on Wednesday, remaining at the team hotel to rest. “We’d love him to pl...

South Africa ‘raring to go’ in World Cup quarters, says Miller

Wellington – South Africa have put their rollercoaster pool performances at the World Cup behind them and are “raring to go” in the knockout rounds, batsman David Miller said Thursday. Miller, who scored 49 as the Proteas defeated the United Arab Emirates by 146 runs to secure a quarter-final berth, said South Africa were not...

De Villiers enters top 10 of Cricket World Cup scorers

Wellington – South Africa captain AB de Villiers became one of the top 10 run scorers in World Cup history on Thursday, although it will have done little to ease the agony of being dismissed on 99. De Villiers was on the verge of his third century at this year’s World Cup facing the United Arab Emirates in Wellington when

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Bangladesh example inspires Afghanistan

Sydney – Afghanistan will look to follow the lead of Bangladesh when they face England in their World Cup finale in Sydney on Friday. Bangladesh’s 15-run win over England in Adelaide on Monday saw them go through to the quarter-finals and knock out Eoin Morgan’s men. England, reeling from the fall-out of a World Cup where the...

South Africa crush UAE to reach cricket World Cup quarter-finals

Wellington – South Africa cruised to a straightforward 146-run win over the United Arab Emirates Thursday to secure a World Cup quarter-final berth and seal second place in Pool B behind India. The Proteas never looked troubled against the amateurs, setting a 342-run target after being sent into bat then bowling the UAE out f...

World Cup 2015 Match Preview: South Africa vs United Arab Emirates

Thursday’s match between South Africa and United Arab Emirates would have been an inconsequential match of the World Cup 2015, had South Africa won all their matches. They did not – they could only win three of their five matches. If they lose against the desert warriors tomorrow, they will most likely join England in the big...

Patchy Proteas ‘still best in World Cup’, says de Villiers

Wellington – AB de Villiers insisted Wednesday that South Africa were re-energised and had shrugged off their inconsistent early form at the World Cup, boldly declaring “we’re the best team in the tournament”. The Proteas skipper was in a bullish mood ahead of South Africa’s final Pool B match against the United Arab Emirates...

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