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Vettori: Top order must fire

Vettori: Top order must fire

Captain Daniel Vettori believes the onus is on New Zealand's batsmen to make an impression in their World Cup quarter-final against South Africa.

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India prevail despite Ponting heroics

India prevail despite Ponting heroics

A tremendous century from Ricky Ponting proved in vain as India recorded a five-wicket win over Australia to reach the semi-finals of the World Cup. Yuvraj Singh again impressed for the co-hosts.

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Grounds for hope in Colombo

Grounds for hope in Colombo

Facing Sri Lanka in Colombo appears a rather tough assignment for Andrew Strauss' men, but trawling through the record books will provide a modicum of comfort for any England supporter.

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Prior: We are here to win World Cup

Prior: We are here to win World Cup

Matt Prior thinks that England are determined to complete this winter’s unfinished business, by finally doing themselves justice at the World Cup.

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Collingwood to have knee surgery

Collingwood to have knee surgery

England all-rounder Paul Collingwood will undergo arthroscopic left knee surgery to correct minor cartilage damage following the conclusion of England's current Cricket World Cup campaign.

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Afridi plays down title talk

Afridi plays down title talk

Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has played down his side’s chances of winning the World Cup despite sweeping into the semi-finals with a crushing 10-wicket victory over West Indies in Mirpur.

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Pakistan storm past sorry Windies

Pakistan storm past sorry Windies

Rob Barnett

Pakistan continued their stunning World Cup progress with a 10-wicket demolition of West Indies, who were dismissed for a paltry 112.

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Ponting: I'm not retiring

Ponting: I'm not retiring

Ricky Ponting leads Australia into tomorrow`s World Cup last-eight tie with India adamant that he is not finished as an international cricketer.

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Pakistan storm past sorry Windies

Pakistan storm past sorry Windies

Pakistan continued their stunning World Cup progress with a 10-wicket demolition of West Indies, who were dismissed for a paltry 112.

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Episode 35

Episode 35

Join the England cricket rollercoaster as the Podcast previews the ICC Cricket World Cup quarter-final against Sri Lanka - with Andrew Strauss, Ian Bell, Jade Dernbach and James Tredwell; plus resident pundit and former world cup finalist Mike Gatting, Ottis Gibson, and Chris Read, Paul Franks and Steve Kirby on MCC v Notts season opener

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