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Tahir to play India - De Villiers
The spin proficiency of the Indian batsmen notwithstanding, South Africa will play legspinner Imran Tahir in Sunday's World Cup match in Melbourne, Proteas skipper AB de Villiers said on Saturday. Read full article
'I've never seen a coward captain like Misbah'
Former paceman Shoaib Akhtar labelled captain Misbah-ul-Haq "a coward" and "a selfish player" after Pakistan were crushed by 150 runs by West Indies in the World Cup on Saturday. Read full article
Moores under increasing pressure - Vaughan
England's "abject" World Cup shows have left Peter Moores searching for answers and the coach may lose his job if the team fail to reach the quarterfinals, said former Ashes-winning captain Michael Vaughan. Read full article
Proteas can win World Cup - Hussey
Australian batting legend Mike Hussey tried hard to slip under the radar as part of the Proteas’ consultancy staff but it was never going to last. Read full article
Russell rejoices in Windies rout of Pakistan
West Indies celebrated their first win of the 2015 World Cup, with all-rounder Andre Russell saying their rout of Pakistan on Saturday proved there was more to the team than Chris Gayle. Read full article
Swearing reprimand adds to Bravo's painful day
As if being forced off with a painful hamstring injury and getting hit on the head weren't bad enough for Darren Bravo, the batsman also found himself reprimanded for swearing. Read full article
CWC VIDEO: Top 5 moments - Day 8
Top five video moments of Day Eight, featuring West Indies and Pakistan. Read full article
Smiles and laughter return to West Indies
A spell of destructive fast bowling and a fine all-round performance from Andre Russell restored Caribbean smiles and laughter to the West Indies dressing room on Saturday. Read full article
Gloom and doom at the Wanderers
There was only one winner on the third-day of the Sunfoil Series match between the bizhub Highveld Lions and the Sunfoil Dolphins, played at the Wanderers, on Saturday and that was the elements. Read full article
Holder hails 'wonderful' Windies
West Indies captain Jason Holder praised his side's "wonderful performance" as they got their World Cup campaign back on track with a 150-run thrashing of Pakistan in Christchurch on Saturday. Read full article
Hesson enjoys Black Caps' England rout
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson said on Saturday he had enjoyed his team's eight-wicket demolition of England, adding it had set-up them up nicely for their next World Cup match against fellow co-hosts Australia. Read full article
Cobras in charge
Rain forced an early close of play with the Cape Cobras on 165-2 in their second innings on the third day of their Sunfoil Series match against the Knights in Kimberley on Saturday. Read full article
Hall of Fame entrant Kumble relishes honour
Former India captain Anil Kumble enters cricket's Hall of Fame on Sunday, saying he was honoured to become only the fourth player from his country to join the elite club. Read full article
Titans clinch comfortable win
The Unlimited Titans clinched a comfortable 10-wicket win over the Chevrolet Warriors on the third day of their Sunfoil Series match at St. George’s Park in Port Elizabeth on Saturday. Read full article
Misbah criticises all departments
Captain Misbah-ul-Haq found fault with every department of his team's performance in their 150-run loss to West Indies on Saturday which leaves his team at the bottom of Pool B. Read full article
We're as ready as we can be - De Villiers
We've prepared in order for us to win this game, and we're as ready as we can be. We're just going to go out there and give it our best shot tomorrow. Read full article
India seeking self-belief boost against SA - Kohli
After finally playing like a unit in their World Cup opener against Pakistan, India will seek their first victory at the global showpiece against South Africa on Sunday. Read full article
Pakistan's collapse a record bad start
Pakistan set a new record for the worst start to a one-day international innings when they collapsed spectacularly to one for four against the West Indies. Read full article
Zim performances raise hope of CWC progress
Almost two decades have passed since the glory days of Zimbabwe cricket but a promising start to their World Cup campaign will raise hopes of a quarterfinal berth. Read full article
Brisbane washout prolongs Clarke's wait
Australia captain Michael Clarke will have to wait another week before he can join the World Cup party after steady rain washed out the hosts' Pool A match against Bangladesh. Read full article
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