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  • AB de Villiers batters Windies

    AB de Villiers hit the record-fastest 150 in ODIs as South Africa embarrassed the West Indies in a World Cup record 257-run win in Sydney.

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  • Darren Bravo out of World Cup

    West Indies batsman Darren Bravo was ruled out of the rest of the World Cup after failing to recover from a hamstring injury.

    Friday February 27 2015, 12:37 GMT
    Darren Bravo: Out of the rest of the World Cup
  • Morgan defends anthem decision

    England captain Eoin Morgan has defended his decision not to sing the national anthem before World Cup matches.

    Friday February 27 2015, 10:53 GMT
    Eoin Morgan: England captain says he will not sign the national anthem for 'personal' reasons
  • Fletcher to miss UAE clash

    India coach Duncan Fletcher has left the World Cup to attend his father-in-law's funeral in Cape Town.

    Friday February 27 2015, 16:09 GMT
    Indiqa coach Duncan Fletcher will miss his side's next match
  • Morgan backs Ballance to fire

    Captain Eoin Morgan has backed Gary Ballance to end his run of low World Cup scores when England take on Sri Lanka on Saturday.

    Friday February 27 2015, 07:33 GMT
    New Zealand celebrate the dismissal of Gary Ballance at Wellington
  • 2019 World Cup may not be cut

    The number of teams taking part in the 2019 World Cup may not be cut, International Cricket Council chief David Richardson has said.

    Friday February 27 2015, 07:33 GMT
    Afghanistan celebrate a wicket - but will they be playing in England in 2019
  • Scots fined for slow over rate

    Scotland's players have been fined for a slow over rate in their tense World Cup defeat to fellow associate nation Afghanistan on Thursday.

    Friday February 27 2015, 07:47 GMT
    Scotland were fined for a slow over rate on Thursday
  • Sri Lanka too good for Bangladesh

    Kumar Sangakkara hit his fastest century on his 400th one-day international appearance but had to play second fiddle to Tillakaratane Dilshan as Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 92 runs in their World Cup match in Melbourne.

    Thursday February 26 2015, 11:54 GMT
    Dilshan and Sangakkara walk off after their 210-run stand
  • Co-hosts on collision course

    The 2015 World Cup is about to go up another gear when it visits Auckland for the first time for one of the most eagerly anticipated clashes of the group stages, between the two co-hosts.

    Thursday February 26 2015, 17:21 GMT
    Josh Hazlewood: Bowlers will be under pressure
  • India defence gathers momentum

    India appear to be acclimatised at last Down Under and showing the benefits as the defence of their World Cup crown gathers momentum.

    Thursday February 26 2015, 17:13 GMT
    MS Dhoni: India are full of self belief
  • Scots suffer agonising defeat

    Samiullah Shenwari was the star as Afghanistan claimed their maiden World Cup victory by defeating Scotland by one-wicket in an enthralling finale in Dunedin.

    Thursday February 26 2015, 07:41 GMT
    Samiullah Shenwari: Star man for the Afghans
  • Finn looks to 'build momentum'

    England paceman Steven Finn has put his mauling at the hands of Brendon McCullum behind him as he prepares for a return to the Wellington Regional Stadium this weekend.

    Thursday February 26 2015, 08:45 GMT
    Finn: Bounced back against Scotland
  • Wilson steers Ireland home

    Ireland were bailed out by a giant slice of fortune and big innings from Gary Wilson and Kevin O'Brien as they beat the United Arab Emirates in a thriller at the Gabba.

    Wednesday February 25 2015, 13:52 GMT
    Gary Wilson: Top scored for Ireland with 80
  • Moeen targets run of victories

    England's bid to reach the World Cup quarter-finals is likely to rest on their next two group games during which all-rounder Moeen Ali is confident they can prove they are a "major side".

    Wednesday February 25 2015, 11:56 GMT
    Moeen Ali: England have a point to prove
  • Sri Lanka lose injured Mendis

    Sri Lanka all-rounder Jeevan Mendis has been ruled out of the remainder of the World Cup with a hamstring injury.

    Wednesday February 25 2015, 09:24 GMT
    Jeevan Mendis: Sri Lanka all-rounder out of World Cup
  • Proteas wary of Windies

    South Africa will be wary of "dangerous" West Indies as the World Cup continues to hot up for all the knockout hopefuls with another heavyweight Pool B clash.

    Wednesday February 25 2015, 11:37 GMT
    Hashim Amla: South Africa must improve
  • Ali ignores outside influences

    Opener Moeen Ali believes ignoring the text pests could be the key to England enjoying a successful World Cup.

    Tuesday February 24 2015, 16:34 GMT
    Moeen Ali: Bombarded by text messages
  • Gayle hits record double ton

    Chris Gayle has become the first person to score a double century in a World Cup match as batting records tumbled in West Indies' encounter against Zimbabwe.

    Tuesday February 24 2015, 12:38 GMT
    Chris Gayle celebrates his double century in Canberra
  • Gayle sends records tumbling

    Chris Gayle become the first person to score a double century in a World Cup match as batting records tumbled in West Indies' 73-run Duckworth-Lewis victory over Zimbabwe.

    Tuesday February 24 2015, 12:27 GMT
    Chris Gayle: Scored a sensational double hundred in Canberra
  • Philander blow for Proteas

    Vernon Philander will miss South Africa's next World Cup match at least with a mild hamstring strain.

    Tuesday February 24 2015, 11:42 GMT
    Vernon Philander: Has a hamstring injury
  • Scots ready for 'grudge match'

    Scotland may have lost already to the auld enemy at the World Cup, but they are gearing up for the real "grudge match" against Afghanistan.

    Tuesday February 24 2015, 13:41 GMT
    Kyle Coetzer: Big chance of beating Afghanistan
  • Hossain exit under scrutiny

    Bangladesh's preparations for their Pool A fixture against Sri Lanka have been beset by rumblings about the true reason for sending seamer Al-Amin Hossain home.

    Tuesday February 24 2015, 13:30 GMT
    Al-Amin Hossain: Sent home from the World Cup
  • Pakistan selector sent home

    Pakistan have been rocked with the expulsion of their chief selector for visiting a casino at the World Cup in Zealand.

    Tuesday February 24 2015, 13:58 GMT
    Moin Khan: Has come under fire for a casino visit in New Zealand
  • Added incentive for co-hosts

    World Cup co-hosts New Zealand and Australia will have extra incentive to win their crunch clash in Auckland on Saturday after it was confirmed the Chappell-Hadlee Trophy will also be up for grabs.

    Tuesday February 24 2015, 08:55 GMT
    James Sutherland: Added incentive
  • Younus to retire from ODIs

    Veteran Pakistan batsman Younus Khan is to retire from one-day international cricket at the end of the World Cup.

    Tuesday February 24 2015, 11:25 GMT
    Younus Khan: Stepping down from one-day cricket
  • Moeen helps England to victory

    Moeen Ali's second one-day international century helped England get off the mark at the World Cup with a comfortable 119-run win over Scotland in Christchurch.

    Monday February 23 2015, 07:16 GMT
    Ian Bell (l) congratulates Moeen Ali on his century
  • Morgan: Wins bring confidence

    Post-match reaction to England's 119-run victory over Scotland in the ICC World Cup in Christchurch.

    Monday February 23 2015, 09:23 GMT
    Steven Finn picked up three for 26 against Scotland
  • Ireland working towards targets

    Ireland continue to press their claims on the world stage, off the field as well as on it.

    Monday February 23 2015, 12:33 GMT
    Niall O'Brien (r): Delighted Ireland's fight is being supported
  • Bravo ruled out for Windies

    West Indies batsman Darren Bravo has been ruled out of Tuesday's World Cup game against Zimbabwe at Manuka Oval in Canberra.

    Monday February 23 2015, 10:40 GMT
    Darren Bravo: Injured in victory over Pakistan
  • Bangladesh call up Shafiul

    Shafiul Islam has been approved by the International Cricket Council to join Bangladesh's World Cup squad.

    Monday February 23 2015, 10:44 GMT
    Shaiful Islam: Called in as a replacement for Bangladesh
  • SA fined for slow over rate

    South Africa have been fined for a slow over-rate during Sunday's World Cup 130-run defeat against India at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

    Monday February 23 2015, 10:47 GMT
    AB de Villiers: Will lose a portion of his match fee for a slow over rate
  • Gayle form under scrutiny

    All eyes will be on Chris Gayle when the West Indies face Zimbabwe in the ICC Cricket World Cup on Tuesday.

    Sunday February 22 2015, 16:26 GMT
    Chris Gayle dismissed for one run against South Africa
  • Dhawan downs South Africa

    Shikhar Dhawan’s career-best 137 powered India to a thumping 130-run World Cup victory over South Africa in the Group B clash in front of a raucous 86,876-strong crowd at the MCG.

    Sunday February 22 2015, 11:07 GMT
    India's Shikhar Dhawan celebrates reaching his seventh ODI century
  • Bell eyes postive response

    England have drawn perspective over the relative calamity of their start to the World Cup on a day to mark the four-year anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Christchurch.

    Sunday February 22 2015, 08:26 GMT
    Ian Bell: Looking for a better performance
  • Jayawardene thwarts Afghanistan

    Mahela Jayawardene’s century saved Sri Lanka’s blushes and helped secure a four-wicket World Cup victory over Afghanistan in Pool A at Dunedin.

    Sunday February 22 2015, 08:18 GMT
    Mahela Jayawardene: Goes on the offensive against Afghanistan
  • Moores: Batsmen must improve

    Coach Peter Moores has told his batsmen they must deliver if England are to revive their World Cup campaign.

    Saturday February 21 2015, 16:13 GMT
    Moores: Wants to see better from his batting line-up
  • West Indies hit back in style

    The West Indies answered their critics as they battered Pakistan on both sides of the ball to get their World Cup campaign up and running with a 150-run victory in Christchurch.

    Saturday February 21 2015, 08:38 GMT
    Jerome Taylor: Tore into the Pakistan top order
  • Australia v Bangladesh rained off

    Michael Clarke's much-anticipated Australia return was put on hold by torrential rain as his side's World Cup clash against Bangladesh was abandoned without a ball being bowled in Brisbane.

    Saturday February 21 2015, 08:50 GMT
    The covers remained firmly on at the Gabba
  • Moores only focused on World Cup

    Coach Peter Moores has vowed to ignore speculation over his future and focus on the task of getting England's faltering World Cup campaign back on track.

    Saturday February 21 2015, 09:06 GMT
    Peter Moores: Is his future on the line at the World Cup?
  • Scots have 'real belief'

    Scotland assistant coach Paul Collingwood has warned England that their miserable start to the World Cup could yet get worse.

    Saturday February 21 2015, 09:20 GMT
    Paul Collingwood: Former England star is now in Scotland's camp
  • Hesson: England can still win

    New Zealand coach Mike Hesson believes England's World Cup hopes are still alive despite their Wellington capitulation.

    Saturday February 21 2015, 09:14 GMT
    Mike Hesson: 'If you can make the quarter-finals, anyone can win it'
  • England thrashed by New Zealand

    England were dealt a second chastening defeat to begin their World Cup campaign as New Zealand powerfully cast them aside by eight wickets in Wellington.

    Friday February 20 2015, 13:38 GMT
    Tim Southee: Seven-wicket haul
  • We couldn't cope - Morgan

    Captain Eoin Morgan admitted England were simply unable to cope with the swinging ball after New Zealand exposed grave fears over their World Cup hopes in Wellington.

    Friday February 20 2015, 13:39 GMT
    England captain Eoin Morgan trudges off in Wellington
  • Weather threatens Australia match

    World Cup organisers are still hoping Australia's Pool A match against Bangladesh can go ahead in Brisbane, despite the double-cyclone which has already brought hours of heavy rain to the city.

    Friday February 20 2015, 09:27 GMT
    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza checks the wet Gabba outfield on Friday
  • India 'just another game'

    South Africa coach Russell Domingo is doing his best to muffle the hype before his team's heavyweight World Cup Pool B match against India in Melbourne.

    Friday February 20 2015, 13:39 GMT
    Russell Domingo: Playing down the hype
  • SL bowlers aim to bounce back

    Sri Lanka's bowlers have been undergoing remedial tutorials in the week since co-hosts New Zealand smashed them to most parts of Christchurch in the World Cup's opening fixture.

    Friday February 20 2015, 11:21 GMT
    Lasith Malinga: Took some serious punishment against New Zealand
  • Duo badly in need of wins

    Pakistan and West Indies are two troubled teams who will be badly in need of respite via victory when they meet in World Cup Pool B on Saturday.

    Friday February 20 2015, 13:51 GMT
    Jason Holder: Determined to put things right
  • Williams sees Zimbabwe home

    Sean Williams inspired Zimbabwe to their highest-ever World Cup chase as they surpassed a spirited effort from the United Arab Emirates in Nelson.

    Thursday February 19 2015, 07:41 GMT
    Sean Williams: Key man in Zimbabwe's run chase.
  • Afghanistan lose despite rally

    World Cup debutants Afghanistan avoided humiliation at the hands of Bangladesh but still fell to a comprehensive 105-run defeat in the Pool A match at Canberra.

    Wednesday February 18 2015, 11:39 GMT
    Mashrafe Mortaza celebrates one of his three wickets
  • Morgan defends IPL commitments

    Out-of-form captain Eoin Morgan has been left to field yet more tricky questions in the build-up to England's important World Cup clash with New Zealand in Wellington.

    Wednesday February 18 2015, 10:29 GMT
    England captain Eoin Morgan faced some tricky questions
  • Hesson wary of England

    New Zealand coach Mike Hesson is wary of a "dangerous" England ahead of their World Cup clash in Wellington on Friday.

    Wednesday February 18 2015, 10:32 GMT
    Mike Hesson: Has plenty of respect for England
  • Clarke to face Bangladesh

    Australia captain Michael Clarke will make his comeback from injury in Saturday's World Cup match against Bangladesh in Brisbane, coach Darren Lehmann has confirmed.

    Wednesday February 18 2015, 14:49 GMT
    Michael Clarke: Set to face Bangladesh on Saturday
  • South Africa hopeful on Steyn

    South Africa are confident Dale Steyn will be fit for their World Cup match with India despite suffering from flu.

    Wednesday February 18 2015, 10:28 GMT
    Dale Steyn: The fast bowler is battling flu
  • Holding: Give Ireland Test status

    Ireland's World Cup victory over West Indies has convinced Michael Holding they deserve to be granted immediate Test status.

    Tuesday February 17 2015, 16:22 GMT
    Michael Holding is keen to see Ireland get Test status
  • Moeen moves on from defeat

    Opener Moeen Ali has admitted England must forget their Australia jinx if they are to enjoy any success at the World Cup.

    Tuesday February 17 2015, 16:18 GMT
    Moeen Ali and England will look to find their winning touch
  • NZ see off spirited Scotland

    Co-hosts New Zealand made it two wins from two at the World Cup, but they were made to work harder than expected for their three-wicket triumph over Scotland in Dunedin

    Tuesday February 17 2015, 07:10 GMT
    Matt Machan top scored for Scotland with 56
  • Mommsen: We were too slow

    Post-match reaction to New Zealand's three-wicket ICC World Cup Pool A victory over Scotland in Dunedin.

    Tuesday February 17 2015, 09:33 GMT
    Richie Berrington: Struck a half-century for Scotland
  • Moeen: England got wake-up call

    Opener Moeen Ali has admitted that England were given a wake-up call by Australia following their heavy 111-run defeat to start the World Cup.

    Tuesday February 17 2015, 09:01 GMT
    Moeen Ali: Tough start for England
  • Zimbabwe hope for better

    Zimbabwe's bowlers can realistically hope to have more success restricting the batsmen of the United Arab Emirates in Nelson on Thursday, than they did South Africa's in their World Cup opener.

    Tuesday February 17 2015, 12:05 GMT
    Khurram Khan: Relishing his World Cup experience
  • Ireland stun Windies in World Cup

    Ireland have won their opening World Cup match, defeating the West Indies by four wickets in their Pool B match in Nelson.

    Monday February 16 2015, 07:15 GMT
    Ireland's George Dockrell celebrates the wicket of Marlon Samuels
  • Ireland target more scalps

    Post-match reaction to Ireland's four-wicket victory over West Indies in the ICC World Cup.

    Monday February 16 2015, 11:25 GMT
    Kevin O'Brien of Ireland celebrates after dismissing Dwayne Smith
  • Mooney and Sammy fined

    All-rounders John Mooney and Darren Sammy both admitted Level 1 offences for swearing audibly during Ireland's World Cup win over West Indies in Nelson on Monday, and were fined 30 per cent of their match fees.

    Monday February 16 2015, 12:06 GMT
    Sammy (l) and Mooney: Both fined by the ICC
  • Morgan mindset worries Vaughan

    Former England captain Michael Vaughan is worried by the malaise of current one-day skipper Eoin Morgan and believes the team look like "startled rabbits".

    Monday February 16 2015, 11:49 GMT
    Eoin Morgan: Three ducks in last four innings
  • Moores defends Morgan form

    England coach Peter Moores has denied that Eoin Morgan's captaincy is being undermined by his chronic lack of runs.

    Monday February 16 2015, 06:59 GMT
    Eoin Morgan: Needs a big score
  • Hathurusingha has his doubts

    Afghanistan will fancy their chances of marking their World Cup debut with a win when they meet out-of-form Bangladesh in Canberra on Wednesday.

    Monday February 16 2015, 11:40 GMT
    Shakib Al Hasan: Much is expected of him
  • Giles backs out-of-form Morgan

    Former England limited overs head coach Ashley Giles has backed Eoin Morgan to emerge from his batting slump after yet another failure against Australia.

    Sunday February 15 2015, 13:38 GMT
    Eoin Morgan: Struggling for runs
  • India see off rivals Pakistan

    India began their World Cup title defence with a 76-run victory over Pakistan in Adelaide on Sunday.

    Sunday February 15 2015, 12:31 GMT
    India's Mohammed Shami takes the wicket of Pakistan's Wahab Riaz
  • Records tumble in Proteas win

    South Africa set new records as they opened their World Cup campaign with a 62-run victory over Zimbabwe.

    Sunday February 15 2015, 12:07 GMT
    Duminy (l) and Miller put Zimbabwe to the sword
  • Corey Anderson: No letting up

    New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson has called on his side to keep their foot on the pedal when they meet Scotland in Dunedin on Tuesday.

    Sunday February 15 2015, 13:19 GMT
    Corey Anderson: Urging the Black Caps to be switched on
  • Wilson: Windies wake-up call

    Ireland wicketkeeper Gary Wilson feels the West Indies' World Cup warm-up matches may well have served as a wake-up call for the Caribbean side - but has every belief he and his team-mates are capable of beating them.

    Saturday February 14 2015, 16:09 GMT
    Gary Wilson seen batting in the T20 blash
  • Australia crush sloppy England

    England suffered a crushing 111-run defeat to Australia to begin their World Cup campaign in Melbourne.

    Saturday February 14 2015, 11:27 GMT
    Aaron Finch reaches his century at the MCG
  • Morgan looking for leaders

    Post-match reaction to Australia's 111-run victory over England at the MCG.

    Saturday February 14 2015, 11:54 GMT
    Eoin Morgan departs for a duck
  • Black Caps sink Sri Lanka

    New Zealand kicked off the World Cup with a 98-run defeat of Sri Lanka in their Pool A match in Christchurch.

    Saturday February 14 2015, 06:24 GMT
    Brendon McCullum made a quickfire 65 for New Zealand
  • James Anderson full of hope

    James Anderson believes England can pull off an opening-night shock when they begin their World Cup against favourites Australia in Melbourne on Saturday.

    Friday February 13 2015, 07:33 GMT
    James Anderson: Hopeful
  • Bailey: It's a team game

    Stand-in Australia captain George Bailey will lead his country into a home World Cup opener in front of 90,000 fans at the MCG expecting to be dropped for the next game.

    Friday February 13 2015, 07:29 GMT
    George Bailey (left): Standing in as skipper
  • Donald: We have a point to prove

    Bowling coach Allan Donald has admitted that South Africa will not lose their "chokers" tag until they win a major tournament.

    Friday February 13 2015, 08:58 GMT
    Allan Donald (right): Wants SA to shed their chokers tag
  • Morgan not down about poor form

    Eoin Morgan has brushed aside concerns over his form ahead of England's World Cup opener against Australia.

    Thursday February 12 2015, 11:11 GMT
    Eoin Morgan: Not unduly concerned about his lack of runs
  • Like father ... like son

    Emulating a World Cup winner can be daunting at the best of times, but for India's Stuart Binny, following in the familiar footsteps of his father is a "special feeling" even as Pakistan lie in wait.

    Friday February 13 2015, 18:25 GMT
    Stuart Binny: Looking to emulate his father
  • Clarke out of England clash

    Australia captain Michael Clarke has lost his race to be fit for Saturday's blockbuster World Cup opener against England.

    Thursday February 12 2015, 11:12 GMT
    Michael Clarke: Will not face England
  • Scotland run Windies close

    Scotland confirmed they are capable of claiming a first-ever World Cup win after coming within a whisker of beating West Indies in their final warm-up match in Sydney.

    Thursday February 12 2015, 11:01 GMT
    Kyle Coetzer survives this run out chance on his way to 96 in Sydney
  • Balbirnie guides Ireland home

    Ireland completed their World Cup preparations with a confidence-boosting four-wicket win over Bangladesh in Sydney.

    Thursday February 12 2015, 11:07 GMT
    John Mooney: Claimed three wickets for Ireland
  • Morgan concerns as England lose

    Captain Eoin Morgan will head into the World Cup with concerns over his form after again failing to score as England lost their final warm-up match to Pakistan by four wickets in Sydney.

    Wednesday February 11 2015, 12:58 GMT
    Joe Root: Top scored for England with 85
  • Root backs Morgan to come good

    Post-match reaction to Pakistan's four wicket World Cup warm-up victory over England in Sydney.

    Wednesday February 11 2015, 13:32 GMT
    Eoin Morgan: Struggling for runs
  • Clarke stars on return

    Michael Clarke continued his steady comeback from a hamstring injury by scoring 64 in Australia’s 188-run World Cup warm-up win over United Arab Emirates.

    Wednesday February 11 2015, 13:11 GMT
    Michael Clarke: Top scored for Australia on his return from injury
  • Zimbabwe, Kiwis win warm-ups

    Zimbabwe and New Zealand will head into the World Cup on a high after recording victories in their final warm-up matches against Sri Lanka and South Africa respectively.

    Wednesday February 11 2015, 13:02 GMT
    Hamilton Masakadza: Scored a century as Zimbabwe stunned Sri Lanka
  • Moeen set for bouncer barrage

    Moeen Ali is ready for a short-pitch barrage when England face Australia in their World Cup opener on Saturday.

    Tuesday February 10 2015, 16:20 GMT
    Mitchell Johnson of Australia celebrates dismissing Moeen Ali
  • Taylor: England improving

    England fielding coach Chris Taylor says the team are improving in that area of the game as the World Cup looms.

    Tuesday February 10 2015, 08:02 GMT
    England impressed in the field during their defeat of the West Indies on Monday
  • Clarke to return for Australia

    Michael Clarke is set to make his much-anticipated return for Australia in Wednesday's World Cup warm-up match against United Arab Emirates in Melbourne.

    Tuesday February 10 2015, 08:00 GMT
    Clarke has been sidelined since undergoing hamstring surgery in December
  • Five-star Woakes inspires England

    Chris Woakes' five wickets propelled England to a comfortable nine-wicket win over West Indies in their opening World Cup warm-up match in Sydney.

    Monday February 9 2015, 08:54 GMT
    Chris Woakes celebrates the wicket of Darren Bravo
  • Woakes aims to retain new ball

    Post-match reaction to England's nine-wicket World Cup warm-up victory over West Indies in Sydney.

    Monday February 9 2015, 10:45 GMT
    Chris Woakes: Hopes to get the new ball against Australia
  • Narrow win for South Africa

    South Africa defeated Sri Lanka by five wickets under the Duckworth Lewis method in a rain-affected World Cup warm-up contest in Christchurch.

    Monday February 9 2015, 09:04 GMT
    Rilee Rossouw (left) and Vernon Philander saw South Africa to victory
  • Guptill thwarts Zimbabwe

    Opener Martin Guptill struck 100 off 86 balls before rain rescued New Zealand in their World Cup warm-up game against Zimbabwe in Lincoln.

    Monday February 9 2015, 08:39 GMT
    Martinn Guptill celebrates his century with Nathan McCullum
  • Buttler aims to make an impact

    Jos Buttler is hoping to make a name for himself at the World Cup with some match-winning performances for England.

    Sunday February 8 2015, 19:00 GMT
    Jos Buttler: Big tournament coming up for England star
  • Australia too good for India

    Australia continued their hold over India with a straightforward 102-run victory in a World Cup warm-up match in Adelaide.

    Sunday February 8 2015, 19:23 GMT
    Glenn Maxwell: Dominated the Indian bowling attack
  • Morgan: We're here to win Cup

    Eoin Morgan is convinced England have enough quality in their squad to win the Cricket World Cup.

    Saturday February 7 2015, 09:12 GMT
    Eoin Morgan: England captain in confident mood
  • Ajmal cleared to bowl

    Pakistan mystery spinner Saeed Ajmal has been cleared to return to international cricket after tests cleared his remodelled bowling action.

    Saturday February 7 2015, 10:20 GMT
    Saeed Ajmal: Has been cleared to resume his international career
  • Ireland beaten in warm-up clash

    Ireland began their World Cup preparations with a five-wicket defeat to Sydney grade club Randwick Petersham.

    Friday February 6 2015, 08:58 GMT
    Will Porterfield: Top-scored with 74
  • Waiting game for Clarke

    Australia captain Michael Clarke is still unsure if he will be ready to return for his country's World Cup opener against England next week.

    Friday February 6 2015, 14:42 GMT
  • Clarke recovery gathers pace

    Australia captain Michael Clarke continued his comeback from hamstring surgery with a successful appearance for a Cricket Australia XI on Thursday, but feels he is not yet ready to play a one-day international.

    Friday February 6 2015, 14:25 GMT
    Michael Clarke: Had 32 overs in the field
  • Lehmann: Clarke will be fit

    Michael Clarke will be fit to captain Australia at the World Cup, according to coach Darren Lehmann.

    Wednesday February 4 2015, 09:45 GMT
    Michael Clarke: Expected to be fit for the World Cup