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Chappell names Dhoni captain of his World Cup XIRediff.com28 Mar 2015
Former Australian captain Ian Chappell has named India's Mahendra Singh Dhoni as the captain of his World Cup 2015 XI.
WAGs to sizzle at World Cup finalRediff.com28 Mar 2015
Besides the 90,000 plus fans lending their noisy support, most of the 22 players involved in the final of the World Cup 2015 will have support in the shape of their families and spouses.
Umpire Dar 'out' for no-ball call in India-Bangladesh QF?Rediff.com27 Mar 2015
Pakistan umpire Aleem Dar was primarily overlooked for duty in the World Cup semis and final because of questionable umpiring in the high-voltage quarter-final between Bangladesh and India.
Lara names McCullum captain of his Dream World Cup XIRediff.com26 Mar 2015
Former West Indies great Brian Lara has named Brendon McCullum as skipper of his Dream World Cup XI, which has three Indians in it.
I will be surprised if India beats Australia, says BuchananRediff.com26 Mar 2015
Former Australian coach John Buchanan has backed Michael Clarke's side to beat India.
Battle of curators! Parker, not ICC's Atkinson in chargeRediff.com24 Mar 2015
There was a lot of buzz about the Sydney Cricket Ground pitch for the high-octane India versus Australia semi-final on Thursday.
Clarke unhappy with Sydney strip for semi-final vs IndiaRediff.com23 Mar 2015
The dry and flat surface could increase the chances of the defending World champions in the second semi-final against India.
Misbah reckons India can spin out AustraliaRediff.com20 Mar 2015
Defeated Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul Haq is of the view that India has an advantage of playing their World Cup semi-final against Australia on a Sydney Cricket Ground pitch that will assist spinners.
Australia vs Pakistan: A slippery game in AdelaideRediff.com19 Mar 2015
When the 2015 ODI World Cup began, no one cared to look past Australia to lift a record fifth title. A strong team, home advantage, and flailing opposition, meant that they were in pole position going into the tournament.
Duminy surprises one and all with his bag of 'tricks'Rediff.com19 Mar 2015
A hat-trick in international cricket is no mean feat. And when you are not one of the frontline bowlers in the team, to grab hold of three wickets in as many deliveries is not only a personal achievement but gives the team a huge fillip; after all, as a backup bowler expected to bowl till you get hit, a hat-trick is probably something totally unexpected.
Ganguly gives Bangladesh no chanceRediff.com19 Mar 2015
Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly has expressed serious doubts about whether Bangladesh can beat the Men in Blue.
Bangladesh's Mahmudullah plays down expectationsRediff.com18 Mar 2015
Bangladesh's first World Cup centurion Mahmudullah is hoping to extend his big scoring spree at the World Cup when he faces off against India.
Pakistan sweat over replacement options for pacer IrfanRediff.com17 Mar 2015
The best they can do, in the event they defeat Australia and line up for the semi-final in Sydney, is summon spinner Saeed Ajmal.
8 reasons why Sri Lanka will beat South AfricaRediff.com17 Mar 2015
Sri Lanka are never anybody's pre-tournament favourites but when the dust settles there they are.
Is South Africa a one man army?Rediff.com17 Mar 2015
South Africa has been perennial favourites but it hasn't helped them.
Six key moments in India's winning run at the World CupRediff.com16 Mar 2015
In the run-up to the 2015 World Cup, India seemed to stumble, but were a changed side once the tournament commenced. They have been clinical in their wins and have cruised to the quarter-final. Along the way, they continued their hold over archrivals Pakistan -- winning their sixth match against the neighbours in the mega event. They then thrashed the more fancied South Africa and took care of business in the other four first round matches. Here are the key moments that stood out in each of their first round matches.
Record maker, Taylor leaves Zimbabwe cricket on a highRediff.com14 Mar 2015
Brendan Taylor has been the boy on the burning deck all through his career for Zimbabwe.
Dhoni sticks with tried and trusted combinationRediff.com14 Mar 2015
"The bench strength will warm the bench," is what the captain MS Dhoni had declared after India had beaten West Indies in Perth.
Record maker Taylor leaves Zimbabwe cricket on a highRediff.com14 Mar 2015
Cometh the hour, cometh the man; Shami proves his worth!Rediff.com13 Mar 2015
Shami's growth coincides with India's growth at CWC 2015.