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Australia carry powerplay over New Zealand

Australia will carry a significant powerplay advantage in Saturday's clash with New Zealand, as the Trans-Tasman match pits the best and worst of the World Cup against each other.

Root: It’s not all doom and gloom

Joe Root insists it is not all "doom and gloom" for England at the Cricket World Cup, despite suffering a 64-run defeat to Australia at Lord's on Tuesday.

Manawatū seamer Navin Patel will miss upcoming cricket season

Navin Patel in action for the Stags against Wellington at the Basin Reserve.

Cricket World Cup 2019: How England v Australia could open up semi-final battle

Lasith Malinga cheering for the wicket of Jos Buttler, one of his four as Sri Lanka shocked England.

Kane Williamson is New Zealand’s greatest ODI player, says Daniel Vettori

New Zealand captain Kane Williamsons superb World Cup century in Wednesdays win over South Africa is proof that he is the countrys greatest one-day international (ODI) player, according to former Kiwi skipper Daniel Vettori.

Cricket World Cup: Five things to take from the Black Caps’ tight win over...

Five talking points from the Black Caps' four-wicket win over South Africa at the Cricket World Cup.

Cricket World Cup 2019: New Zealand’s five best wins at the big show

Grant Elliott celebrates his match-winning six in the 2015 World Cup quarterfinal.

2019 Cricket World Cup: South Africa preparing plan to expose Black Caps batsmen

By Niall Anderson in Birmingham With absolutely no margin for error, South Africa are treating their Cricket World Cup match against New Zealand like it's an elimination game.

Cricket World Cup 2019: Politics and infighting sour Afghanistan’s dream

A few months ago, Afghanistan could claim to be entering the one-day international middle classes.

Cricket World Cup: David Warner hits century as Aussies hold off Pakistan

David Warner erased any lingering doubt about his batting since his comeback to the Australian team from a 12-month ban with an almost run-a-ball century to help the defending World Cup champions hold off Pakistan by 41 runs on Wednesday.


Victoria opt for youth policy

SEVEN players under 21, including two 17-year-olds, have been given playing contracts by Cricket Victoria as officials usher in a new era for the men’s team after missing out on a fourth-straight Sheffield Shield title.