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Irish plans in place to limit De Villiers

With the Proteas and their talismanic captain AB De Villiers firing on all cylinders, Ireland face a tough World Cup examination on Tuesday.
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Root: Pietersen speculation irrelevant

Speculation over Kevin Pietersen's potential return to the England set-up has been branded irrelevant by former team-mate Joe Root.
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Nothing has changed regarding Pietersen, says ECB

Following speculation regarding Kevin Pietersen earning a sensational England recall, the ECB says "nothing has changed".
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Behardien: Squad depth is South Africa's strength

Farhaan Behardien said there is more to South Africa than AB de Villiers, as the Proteas prepare for a Cricket World Cup clash on Tuesday.
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Cummins doubtful for Afghanistan clash

Australia paceman Pat Cummins is in doubt for Wednesday's Cricket World Cup clash against Afghanistan after picking up a side strain.
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Unbeaten Ireland no surprise packet - Porterfield

William Porterfield said Ireland's unbeaten start to the Cricket World Cup has not surprised him, ahead of a clash with South Africa.
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Australia still favourites despite Black Caps loss

Australia are still the punters’ favourites to win the cricket world cup despite a nail-biting loss to the Black Caps on Saturday.
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Morgan still eyeing quarter-finals

England's bowlers let them down against Sri Lanka at the Cricket World Cup, but Eoin Morgan still believes they can make the quarter-finals.
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Thirimanne hails 'tremendous' Sangakkara

Kumar Sangakkara received all the praise from fellow centurion Lahiru Thirimanne after Sri Lanka's win over England.
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Misbah marvels at Riaz contribution

Wahab Riaz drew the plaudits of Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq after starring in the 20-run win over Zimbabwe in Cricket World Cup Pool B.
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Pietersen encouraged by talk of potential England return

After the incoming ECB chairman hinted Kevin Pietersen could return, the batsman has reiterated his desire to play for England again.
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Lakmal fined by ICC

Sri Lanka's Suranga Lakmal has been fined by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for dangerous bowling against England.
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Bowlers help nervy Pakistan past Zimbabwe

Pakistan earned their first victory of this year's Cricket World Cup with a nervy 20-run triumph over Zimbabwe at the Gabba on Sunday.
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Graves opens door to Pietersen return

Kevin Pietersen's international career with England may not be over after incoming ECB chairman Colin Graves hinted a return could happen.
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Morgan still eyeing quarter-finals

England's bowlers let them down against Sri Lanka at the Cricket World Cup, but Eoin Morgan still believes they can make the quarter-finals.
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Sri Lanka: The worst decision review in World Cup history

The Sri Lankan cricket side will have a hard time living this one down, as they produced what could be the worst review of a decision in World Cup history despite destroying England by nine wickets in Wellington on Sunday.
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Thirimanne, Sangakkara set records in Sri Lanka victory

Lahiru Thirimanne became Sri Lanka's youngest World Cup centurion on Sunday as his side defeated England in Wellington.
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Moron Maxwell: Big Choke gesture backfires on Big Show

As if the Kiwis needed any more motivation to come out and win the World Cup, Glenn Maxwell decided to go that one step further and taunt the Black Caps during the dramatic final stages of New Zealand’s one-wicket win at Eden Park on Saturday.
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McCullum should be 'fine' - Hesson

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum is not expected to miss any cricket after a nasty blow to his forearm.
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Charles replaces Bravo for West Indies

West Indies' move to replace Darren Bravo with Johnson Charles in their Cricket World Cup squad has been approved.
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