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Australia's Behrendorff hopes IPL will prove springboard to World Cup
Jason Behrendorff marked his Indian Premier League (IPL) debut with two wickets on Wednesday but the Australian fast bowler knows he needs to deliver consistently. Read full article
Pandya's focus firmly on World Cup after toughest period
Hardik Pandya will be a key cog in India's tilt at the Cricket World Cup this year but the past few months have been a "reality check" for the allrounder. Read full article
From retirement thoughts to World Cup spot, NZ's Neesham on the up and up
Less than 18 months ago, New Zealand allrounder Jimmy Neesham had become so disaffected with cricket he would open the curtains on match day and hope it was raining. Read full article
Tight Ashes schedule will force bowling rotation - Hazlewood
Australian pace spearhead Josh Hazlewood has foreshadowed bowler rotations during this year's Ashes series. Read full article
ICC to join hands with Interpol to tackle corruption
The International Cricket Council (ICC) will work more closely with Interpol as part of ongoing efforts to combat corruption in the sport, the governing body said on Wednesday. Read full article
England favourites to win World Cup, says Cook
Former captain Alastair Cook believes England have an "outstanding chance" to lift the World Cup on home soil, having built a squad full of proven match winners. Read full article
Kohli may ring the changes after Bangalore's fourth straight loss
Royal Challengers Bangalore captain Virat Kohli has hinted at making wholesale changes to his team after Tuesday's Indian Premier League (IPL) defeat to Rajasthan Royals. Read full article
Punter taps Carey as possible stand-in skipper at World Cup
Australia assistant coach Ricky Ponting has backed Alex Carey to be the team's wicketkeeper at the World Cup. Read full article
NZ name untested Blundell in World Cup squad
New Zealand opted for experience in a 15-man squad named Wednesday for this year's cricket World Cup, with rookie Tom Blundell's inclusion as back-up wicketkeeper the only real surprise. Read full article
Blundell called from wilderness into NZ World Cup squad
Wicketkeeper Tom Blundell was the surprise selection in New Zealand's 15-man squad for cricket's one-day World Cup later this year, despite never having played the format at international level. Read full article
Dropped catches cost Royal Challengers Bangalore in Jaipur
Dropped catches cost the Royal Challengers dearly, as the Rajasthan Royals won Tuesday's key Indian Premier League fixture at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium in Jaipur by seven wickets. Read full article
Royal backdrop for Cricket World Cup launch party
The launch for this year's cricket World Cup in England will take place on The Mall in central London, organisers hoping for a 4 000 sell-out crowd said on Tuesday. Read full article
Pakistani cricketer Umar Akmal's dancing skills off the pitch have landed him in trouble as the maverick middle-order batsman was fined 20 percent of his match fee for a night out in Dubai. Read full article
Pakistan's Akmal fined after latest indiscretion
Umar Akmal has courted controversy again, despite only recently being brought back to the international fold following a two-year absence, after breaching a team curfew ahead of the fifth ODI against Australia. Read full article
Cooley's Ashes job to be a hit-and-run affair
Troy Cooley has no plans to carry on the role fulltime after this year's Ashes series and expects to head back to his usual job at the national cricket academy after plotting England's downfall. Read full article
In-form Aussies give Langer 'brutal' World Cup selection dilemma
Australia coach Justin Langer Monday admitted some players will be "brutally unlucky" as he faces a World Cup selection dilemma with the return of Steve Smith and David Warner. Read full article
West Indies' Joseph replaces Milne at IPL's Mumbai
Mumbai Indians on Thursday brought in young West Indies fast bowler Alzarri Joseph to replace injured New Zealander Adam Milne for the rest of the Indian Premier League. Read full article
Sri Lanka captain apologises for 'unbecoming' behaviour
Sri Lanka's test captain Dimuth Karunaratne apologised on Monday for his "unbecoming behaviour" after being arrested for drink-driving in an accident that left a taxi driver injured. Read full article
Stunning Curran flattens Delhi
A stunning collapse of four wickets for as many runs in just nine balls derailed a seemingly comfortable run chase for the Delhi Capitals as they slumped from a winning position to lose by 14 runs. Read full article
India top test rankings for third straight year
India have finished at the top of the International Cricket Council (ICC) test rankings and taken home the purse of $1 million for a third consecutive year, the governing body said on Monday. Read full article
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