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Pakistan's Irfan doubtful for Aus game
Pakistan left-arm fast bowler Mohammad Irfan is doubtful for the World Cup quarterfinal against hosts Australia on Friday after suffering a recurrence of a hip injury. Read full article
Umpires keep English flag flying at World Cup
England may have bowed out of the World Cup but they had plenty of representation among the list of match officials announced on Monday for this week's quarterfinals. Read full article
Mahmudullah finds form at perfect time
It's been a long time coming but Mohammad Mahmudullah is finally fulfilling his promise as a match-winning batsman. For both him and his country Bangladesh Read full article
Ten magic moments
Ten magic moments in the 2015 Cricket World Cup group stage which concluded on Sunday. Read full article
Ageless Dilshan to remain SL's guiding light
The pressure will be on former captain Tillakaratne Dilshan to continue to play a pivotal role for Sri Lanka when he loses his prolific batting partner after the World Cup. Read full article
Herath likely to be fit to face Proteas
Sri Lanka's front-line spinner Rangana Herath is recovering well and looks likely to face South Africa in Wednesday's World Cup quarterfinal at the Sydney Cricket Ground. Read full article
Asia quartet defy convention at WCup
Co-hosts Australia and New Zealand may be the teams to beat, but the striking feature of this World Cup is Asia's four test nations defying conventional wisdom. Read full article
Sarfraz solves Pakistan's opening problem
It was Pakistan's last roll of the dice that saw them throw Sarfraz Ahmed into the role of opener at the World Cup and the gamble looks to be paying off. Read full article
Starc difference in Mitchell
Publicly labelled "soft" by former test bowler Shane Warne only a few months ago, paceman Mitchell Starc has come of age at the Cricket World Cup. Read full article
NZ won't curb aggressive game
New Zealand will not be shelving the aggressive game that has taken them through the pool stage at the World Cup unbeaten despite the stakes now being that much higher Read full article
SL want hard-working Sanga to play on
Kumar Sangakkara is working as hard to improve his game in his final one-day tournament as he did when he first broke into the Sri Lanka team a decade and a half ago Read full article
Domingo expects SA to peak against SL
If South Africa do end up choking in the latter stages of the World Cup, it will not be because of any tension filtering down from their coach. Read full article
Outsiders determined to stay in World Cup club
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. Read full article
CWC VIDEO: Top 5 moments - Day 29
Our top five video moments of Day 29, the final day of pool matches, with West Indies taking on the United Arab Emirates, and Ireland clash with Pakistan. Read full article
Senior players want to make a play – Amla
The senior players will have an important role to play for the Castle Lager Proteas in their ICC Cricket World Cup quarterfinal match against Sri Lanka at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday. Read full article
Misbah eyes victory over Aus and world title
Misbah-ul-Haq said the emphatic seven-wicket win over Ireland on Sunday had given his team strength and belief that favourites Australia can be beaten in the World Cup quarterfinals. Read full article
UAE thank SA quicks for showing no mercy
World Cup amateurs United Arab Emirates prepared to head home to their day jobs on Sunday with words of thanks to Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel and one regret over a dropped catch against Ireland. Read full article
Windies, Pakistan on verge of WCup last eight
West Indies put one foot in the World Cup quarterfinals by seeing off the UAE by six wickets on Sunday as Pakistan also edged closer to the last-eight by limiting Ireland to just 237 in their do-or-die clash. Read full article
Lions romp to ten-wicket win to entrench lead
The bizhub Highveld Lions edged closer to a Sunfoil Series title by coasting to an emphatic 10-wicket win after a clinical run chase following a dramatic Chevrolet Knights batting collapse. Read full article
Dolphins keep their heads above water
Thanks to a seventh-wicket partnership of 116 between Morne van Wyk and Calvin Savage, the Sunfoil Dolphins recorded a three-wicket victory over the Unlimited Titans. Read full article
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