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We are just over halfway through the 2019 Cricket World Cup and if results go the way most bookies w...

New Zealand warm-pp match tests the waters

On Saturday, 25th May 2019, India and New Zealand meet each other ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup. The teams will play the...

The Indian cricket team leaves for England on 22nd May 2019. India plays in two warm-up matches, one against New Zealand and ... India and the ICC World Cup 2019 Schedule

ICC World Cup 2015 ones to watch – India

The reigning World Champions have just completed a disastrous tour of Australia, finishing winless – hardly ideal preparation for their title defence. The side is well out of form and inspirati...

ICC World Cup 2015 ones to watch – Australia

The co-hosts Australia are heading in to this World Cup in fine fettle. They are always amongst the favourites for any tournament and few would be so bold as to rule them out here. The bowling attack...

ICC World Cup 2015 ones to watch – South Africa

One of the most remarkable records in the limited overs game belongs to South Africa – South Africa have never won a knock-out game at a World Cup. Ever. To think of all the talent that they have fie...

ICC World Cup 2015 ones to watch – Bangladesh

Bangladesh find themselves in Pool A, which appears from the outset to limit their chances of progression. England, Australia, Sri Lanka and New Zealand must be overcome, not to mention Afghanistan a...

ICC World Cup 2015 ones to watch – West Indies

A team seemingly in perpetual turmoil, the West Indies appear to be approaching the 2015 cricket World Cup as a means of preparing for the 2019 cricket World Cup, at least according to Chris Gayle. T...

ICC World Cup 2015 ones to watch – Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka enter the World Cup aiming to add the 50 over world title to their T20 title. It will also be a swansong for two greats of the modern game – Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara. We know...

Dhoni’s silent exit makes a lot of noise

Having made his ODI debut for India in December 2004, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Mahi as he is fondly known, never looked back. The only thing he knew was pushing Indian cricket to greater heights. His pr...