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News Archive - World Cup 2007

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Inzamam hits back at accusationsInzamam-ul-Haq has dismissed claims that he acted like a dictator and was to blame for his side's first round exit at the World Cup.19 May 2007Zac Gelman
Committee blames InzamamA PCB inquiry into Pakistan's performance at the World Cup, has blamed the captain, Inzamam-ul-Haq, for the side's poor performance.18 May 2007Zac Gelman
A Tale Of Five CoachesGoing into the 2007 Cricket World Cup, nine Test-playing teams had nine coaches. Two weeks after the end, just two remain in position.17 May 2007Richard Dickinson
Players critical of ICCA survey of 45 international cricketers has revealed damning opinions of the ICC, and the recent World Cup.16 May 2007Alex Crampton
Team of the 2007 World CupThe 2007 World Cup has now passed into the annals of history. Who made the Cricket Web 2007 World Cup Team of the Tournament?15 May 2007Kev Goughy
MCC declares squash ball legalThe MCC has ruled that Adam Gilchrist broke neither the rules nor the spirit of the game.09 May 2007Richard Edmunds
World champions return homeA triumphant Australian side returned home to Australia today, tired, elated and extremely satisfied.03 May 2007Zac Gelman
Speed apologises for blunderICC CEO Malcolm Speed has apologised for the blunder that left players competing in near darkness during Saturday's World Cup final.30 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
McGrath ends career on a highOne of the greatest bowlers to have ever graced a cricket field - Glenn McGrath, bowed out of international cricket yesterday.29 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Ponting wants more successAustralian captain Ricky Ponting has said there is no reason Australia shouldn't continue its dominance in international cricket.29 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Crowe takes blame for fiascoFittingly, the 2007 Cricket World Cup ended in farce as SL and Australia finished the final three overs of the match in near darkness.29 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Malinga and Murali targetedMind games before the World Cup final have continued, with Ricky Ponting saying Australia will target Malinga and Sri Lanka's spinners.28 Apr 2007Alex Crampton
Australia beatable - JayawardeneSri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene believes his team are capable of doing what has seemed impossible so far this tournament.28 Apr 2007Richard Edmunds
Australia Wins World CupA farcical finish to the final could not dampen Australia's celebration at it's three-peat of World Cup triumphs in Barbados today.28 Apr 2007Cameron Burge
Moody tells Aussies to back offTom Moody has called on the Australians to mind their own business after questioning SL's decision to rest players in the Super 8s.27 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Bucknor to umpire fifth WC finalSteve Bucknor and Aleem Dar have been appointed the two on-field umpires for the World Cup final on Saturday in Barbados.27 Apr 2007James Nixon
Maharoof expected to play finalDilhara Fernando is expected to be dropped from the Sri Lankan team for the World Cup final due to a poor semi-final performance.26 Apr 2007James Nixon
NZ "underperformed" says CroweFormer Black Caps captain Martin Crowe has blasted New Zealand's 2007 World Cup campaign saying they failed to live up to expectations.25 Apr 2007Richard Edmunds
SA crash and burn out of WCAustralia raced through to the World Cup finals in extraordinary circumstances after they destroyed the Proteas by seven wickets.25 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Arnold to retireSri Lankan batsman Russel Arnold today announced his retirement from international cricket after Saturday's World Cup final.25 Apr 2007Richard Dickinson
Kallis the key: PontingRicky Ponting believes his side's best chance of winning tomorrow's semi final comes with having batsman Jacques Kallis in early on.24 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Sri Lanka cruise into finalSri Lanka are heading to the final in Barbados after crushing New Zealand in a one-sided semi-final in Kingston today.24 Apr 2007Richard Edmunds
Fleming steps down as OD captainStephen Fleming has stepped down as New Zealand's one-day captain following their semi-final loss to Sri Lanka in the World Cup.24 Apr 2007James Nixon
Ian Bradshaw calls it a dayWest Indian Ian Bradshaw has announced his retirement from international cricket following his side's exit from the Cricket World Cup.23 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
King resigns as WIndies coachBennett King has resigned as WIndies coach following their disappointing WC campaign with assistant David Moore expected to take over.23 Apr 2007James Nixon
Smith in injury scareGraeme Smith has suffered an injury to his knee ahead of South Africa's must win semi-final against Australia this week.22 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Cricket Web's Semi-final previewCricket Web takes a comprehensive look at the four sides going head to head in this weeks semi-finals, as the 2007 WC comes to an end.22 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Lara bows out with WI defeatThe greater the legend, the greater the tribute. A genius such as Brian Lara deserved nothing less than a captivating epic in leaving.21 Apr 2007Liam Camps
Australia smashes New ZealandAustralia will enter the semi-finals of the World Cup unbeaten after a 215-run defeat of New Zealand in their super eight match today.20 Apr 2007Cameron Burge
Malinga set for SF comebackExciting fast bowler Lasith Malinga is set to return to the Sri Lankan side for their semi-final clash against New Zealand.19 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Fletcher tenure to end SaturdayEngland coach Duncan Fletcher is expected to submit his resignation to the ECB, after his side's final World Cup match on Saturday.19 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Oram to miss Australia clashNew Zealand all-rounder Jacob Oram will be rested for his side's final Super Eight clash against Australia in Grenada.19 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Sarwan sees Windies to first winAn unbeaten 91 from Ramnaresh Sarwan helped West Indies to a 99-run win over Bangladesh, their first of the Super Eight stages.19 Apr 2007Alex Crampton
Lara announces full retirementWest Indies captain Brian Lara has announced that he will retire from international cricket following the WIndies final WC match.19 Apr 2007James Nixon
"I won't quit" says VaughanEngland captain Michael Vaughan has said he will not quit following England's heavy loss against South Africa in the World Cup.18 Apr 2007James Nixon
Ponting questions SL decisionAustralian captain Ricky Ponting has questioned the logic behind Sri Lanka's decision to rest its two best bowlers against Australia.18 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Ireland savaged by Sri LankaSri Lanka displayed their strength and ruthlessness to their rivals for the World Cup with a rout of Ireland.18 Apr 2007Sean Bennett
Watson wins fitness battleShane Watson has pushed hard at training today and appears to have won his battle to be fit for Australia's final Super Eight clash.18 Apr 2007James Nixon
Watson under pressure to returnShane Watson has been given until tomorrow to prove his fitness and that he is over his calf injury otherwise his WC could be over.17 Apr 2007James Nixon
Hall of Shame for Dire EnglandFive wickets for Andrew Hall set up a nine-wicket South African thrashing of England, and booked a place in the semi-finals.17 Apr 2007Neil Pickup
Favourites get ready for battleToday's blockbuster clash between Australia and Sri Lanka has been a long awaited one for fans and players alike.16 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Australia ease past SLNathan Bracken took 4-19 to set up a comfortable seven-wicket win for the tournament favourites.16 Apr 2007Richard Edmunds
Lloyd blames Windies fitnessWith the home side on the verge of being eliminated, former captain Clive Lloyd has slammed the fitness levels of the West Indies.15 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Ireland thrashes Bangla hopesAny hopes of Bangladesh's chances to reach the semi-finals have been thrashed, as Ireland beat them comprehensively by 74 runs.15 Apr 2007Sudeep Popat
Franklin for middle-order role?Black Caps coach John Bracewell is considering using James Franklin as a middle-order pinch hitter after his recent good performances.14 Apr 2007James Nixon
Black Caps seal semi-final spotNew Zealand have sealed a semi-final spot after beating South Africa by five wickets in Grenada due to a wonderful display of bowling.14 Apr 2007Manan Shah
Aussies smack IrelandThe Australians looked in ominous form after smacking Ireland by nine wickets reaching the target of 92 in less than 13 overs.13 Apr 2007Archie Mac
Malinga ruled out of NZ matchStar Sri Lankan bowler Lasith Malinga has been ruled out of his side's blockbuster clash against New Zealand today.12 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Top organiser admits WC too longWC CEO Chris Dehring has admitted the World Cup format is too long and that the schedule must be revised in years to come.12 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Lara confirms one-day retirementWest Indies captain Brian Lara has confirmed that he will retire from one-day international cricket at the end of the World Cup.11 Apr 2007James Nixon
Gibbs struggling for WIndies clashSouth African batsman Herschelle Gibbs is struggling to be fit for their next match against the West Indies in Grenada on Tuesday.10 Apr 2007James Nixon
NZ can win Cup - FlemingNew Zealand captain Stephen Fleming is confident his side can take out this year's World Cup.10 Apr 2007Richard Edmunds
Hosts all but outSouth Africa defeated West Indies by 67 runs, to all but ensure the hosts' exit from the World Cup 2007.10 Apr 2007Sudeep Popat
Malinga injury scareSri Lanka fast bowler Lasith Malinga is in doubt for their Super Eight clash with New Zealand on Friday due to an ankle injury.10 Apr 2007James Nixon
Bracewell cautious about IrelandJohn Bracewell is wary of New Zealand's opponents in their third game of the Super Eights today.09 Apr 2007Richard Edmunds
Mir hits out at religion in teamPervez Mir, media manager for Pakistan at the World Cup, has blamed an overdose of religiosity for the team's early exit.09 Apr 2007Richard Dickinson
Vettori spins Kiwis to victoryGood batting from Peter Fulton and Brendon McCullum, and superb bowling from Daniel Vettori proved too much for Ireland at Guyana.09 Apr 2007Benedict Goodchild
Australians to target PietersenAus have revealed their plans for today's Super 8 clash with England, with Ricky Ponting saying his side will target Kevin Pietersen.08 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Australia beat England with easeAustralia over came a spirited innings from Kevin Pietersen to record a seven wicket win over England and just about assure themselves a semi-finals spot.08 Apr 2007Michelle Hamberger
Bradshaw refuses to give up hopeWest Indian seam bowler Ian Bradshaw says his team are "still hopeful" of winning the World Cup, despite poor form in the Super Eight.07 Apr 2007Lee Payne
Bangladesh stun South AfricaBangladesh clinched a memorable victory against South Africa at Guyana to keep their World Cup dreams alive.07 Apr 2007Arunava Das
England geared for crunch gameAfter defeat to Sri Lanka on Wednesday, England know every game for the rest of the World Cup is a must-win one.06 Apr 2007Richard Dickinson
Migraines hurt Franklin's chancesJames Franklin left the field during the Black Caps match against Bangladesh due to a migraine and is hoping it doesn't affect him in the remainder of the World Cup.06 Apr 2007James Nixon
Jayawardene praises EnglandMahela Jayawardene has praised England after they got to within two runs of their target against SL yesterday in an absolute thriller.05 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Ankle injury ends Baisya's WCTapash Baisya has been ruled out of the remainder of the World Cup with an ankle injury and will be replaced by allrounder Farhad Reza.05 Apr 2007George Roberts
McMillan considering retirementNew Zealand batsmen Craig McMillan today hinted that his retirement may not be far away.05 Apr 2007Richard Dickinson
Tendulkar speaks outSachin Tendulkar has spoken out on behalf of the senior players that it hurts them that Greg Chappell is questioning their attitude.04 Apr 2007Sudeep Popat
Chappell resigns as India coachGreg Chappell has resigned as coach of India, following their poor showing at the 2007 World Cup.04 Apr 2007Matt Pitt
Sri Lanka and the Super 8'sAlthough behind Australia and New Zealand in the Super Eight table, Sri Lanka still look the team to beat.04 Apr 2007Hatem Rajabdeen
Sri Lanka secure thriller!Sri Lanka claimed two vital points in an exciting game in Antigua, off the final ball of the game.04 Apr 2007Paul Wood
India: What must changeInstead of overreacting to one defeat, many things have to change within the domestic system for India to be consistently successful.04 Apr 2007Manan Shah
Hopes named as cover for WatsonQueensland all-rounder James Hopes has been placed on standby for the injured Shane Watson.04 Apr 2007James Nixon
Black Caps accused of racismThe Antigua Sun newspaper has accused unnamed New Zealand players of making racist remarks to staff at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium.03 Apr 2007James Nixon
Taylor likely for Ireland gameRoss Taylor is expected to be fit for New Zealand's next World Cup Super Eight match against Ireland on 9th April.03 Apr 2007James Nixon
Proteas too good for IrelandAnother quality innings from Jacques Kallis has guided South Africa to a seven wicket win over a gallant Ireland in Guyana today.03 Apr 2007Archie Mac
Another injury for WatsonAustralian all-rounder Shane Watson is yet again on the injured list after injuring his left calf against Bangladesh.02 Apr 2007James Nixon
Lara says World Cup not overWest Indies captain Brian Lara has blasted the World Cup scheduling, after his side lost their third match in six days.02 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
New Zealand rout BangladeshNew Zealand comfortably beat Bangladesh won by nine wickets, with over twenty overs to spare on the back of Fleming's unbeaten century.02 Apr 2007Manan Shah
"Massive week" for EnglandEngland's star batsman Kevin Pietersen has spoken of the importance that they win at least one of their matches this week.02 Apr 2007Alex Crampton
Hayden's comeback magicMatthew Hayden has been in the ODI form of his life and with 395 runs in five matches at 98.75, he is CW's player of the month for March.01 Apr 2007Zac Gelman
Gillespie back in actionNew Zealand pace bowler Mark Gillespie is recovering well from a mysterious ailment and should be back to match fitness within a week.01 Apr 2007Richard Edmunds
Jayasuriya leads the waySanath Jayauriya hit his 25th ODI century as Sri Lanka cruised past West Indies with 113 run victory.01 Apr 2007Paul Wood
Australia breeze past BangladeshGlenn McGrath starred with the ball today, as Australia thrashed Bangladesh by 10 wickets in their Super 8 clash.31 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Ashraf's resignation rejectedPCB Chairman Dr. Nasim Ashraf's resignation offer has been rejected by the country's President, Pervez Musharraf.30 Mar 2007Richard Dickinson
England unconvincing in victoryThough they managed to defeat associate nation Ireland in their first Super Eight game, England looked less than impressive.30 Mar 2007Sean Bennett
Malinga bittersweet about featDespite becoming the first man in WC history to take four wickets in four balls, Lasith Malinga lamented his sides loss to SA yesterday29 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Wake up India!Here are some of the reactions of cricket fans on the electronic media after the loss to Sri Lanka that sealed India's fate in the WC.29 Mar 2007Swaranjeet Singh
NZ cruise past West IndiesBlack Caps stamp themselves as serious World Cup contenders with a complete performance over the West Indies in Antigua.29 Mar 2007Richard Edmunds
Kumble announces ODI retirementAnil Kumble has confirmed his retirement from one-day international cricket following India's unsuccessful World Cup campaign.28 Mar 2007James Nixon
Woolmer murder still unsolvedPolice are appealing for help from the public today, with Bob Woolmer's killer or killers still at large.28 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Lara shines but WI falterDespite the brilliance of Brian Lara's 77, the West Indies crumbled to a 103-run defeat against Australia in Antigua.28 Mar 2007Liam Camps
South Africa pulls off a stunnerSouth Africa almost choked, but overcame a hat-trick by Lasith Malinga, to win against Sri Lanka by one wicket in Guyana.28 Mar 2007Sudeep Popat
"Fairytale" ride for IrelandIreland's coach Adrian Birrell has spoken of the fairytale ride his side has had in the 2007 World Cup in the Caribbean.27 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
NZ re-arrange batting orderThe Black Caps have been forced into re-arranging their batting order following injuries to Lou Vincent and Ross Taylor.27 Mar 2007James Nixon
Race for number oneThe race is on for the ICC ODI number one ranking with Australia and South Africa battling it out for the US$175,000 prize money.26 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
WC YouTube clips removedThe ICC have targeted online media site YouTube, demanding they remove all World Cup footage, claiming copyright infringements.26 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
World Cup Review- Groups A and BWhatever the viewpoint, the 2007 World Cup Group Stage evokes strong opinions. We review Groups A and B.26 Mar 2007Kev Goughy
World Cup Review- Groups C and DThe early part of this long World Cup has seen controversy, disappointment and excitement galore. We review Groups C and D.26 Mar 2007Kev Goughy
Pietersen replaces HusseyEngland batsman Kevin Pietersen has knocked Michael Hussey off top spot in the one-day international player rankings.26 Mar 2007James Nixon
Dravid & Chappell to be sackedIndian captain Rahul Dravid and coach Greg Chappell are set to be sacked when they meet the Indian cricket board next week.26 Mar 2007James Nixon
Chris Martin replaces TuffeyThe Black Caps have replaced the injured Daryl Tuffey with Chris Martin in their World Cup squad after Tuffey injuired his right arm.25 Mar 2007James Nixon
Ponting delighted with winAustralian captain Ricky Ponting was all smiles today after his side beat the ICC number one ranked team, South Africa, by 83 runs.25 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Providence Stadium, Not ReadyWorld Cup organisers have stepped in to avoid potential turmoil at the Providence Stadium in Guyana, as the venue is still not ready.25 Mar 2007Richard Twyman
Vincent out of World CupNew Zealand opening batsman, Lou Vincent will miss the remainder of the World Cup, after he broke his wrist during a practice session.25 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Tigers through to Super EightsBangladesh went through to the Super Eights for the first time ever today, confirming India's exit at the first hurdle.25 Mar 2007Matt Pitt
Symonds back in actionAndrew Symonds has fully recovered from biceps surgery and will take his place in the Australian side for tonight's match against SA.24 Mar 2007Richard Edmunds
Hayden Hits Fastest Ever WC TonAustralia launched an amazing early assault on South Africa with Matthew Hayden bringing up the fastest ever WC hundred vs Sth Africa today.24 Mar 2007Cameron Burge
England ease throughFifties from Ed Joyce and Kevin Pietersen eased England through to the Super Eight, despite a fighting 76 from Kenya's Steve Tikolo.24 Mar 2007Matt Pitt
Normal Service has ResumedMatthew Hayden, Brad Hogg and Shaun Tait guided Australia to top spot in Group A with an 83 run victory over South Africa in St Kitts.24 Mar 2007Cameron Burge
Murali ends Indian dreamsMuttiah Muralitharan led Sri Lankan to a 69 run win over India, all but putting the Indians out the competition.23 Mar 2007Alex Crampton
Chanderpaul ton sees hosts homeShiv Chanderpaul scores his first World Cup century as West Indies brush aside Ireland.23 Mar 2007Paul Wood
Farewell to InzamamA farewell and a look back at the career of Inzamam-ul-Haq. One of the best batsmen of this era has retired from One Day Internationals23 Mar 2007Manan Shah
Former Irish chairman Bob Kerr diesFormer Irish Cricket Union chairman Bob Kerr passed away in Jamaica on Thursday after suffering a heart attack at 4am at the hotel he was staying at.22 Mar 2007James Nixon
Bracewell wants less sloggingNZ coach John Bracewell wants his team to practice rotating the strike as opposed to slogging today's match against Canada.22 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Netherlands humiliate ScotlandA huge effort from the Netherlands humiliated a meagre Sotland side in both sides' last match of the World Cup.22 Mar 2007Sean Bennett
Woolmer was Murdered - PoliceJamaican police have allegedly confirmed that Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer was strangled to death in his hotel room.22 Mar 2007Cameron Burge
New Zealand make it 3 out of 3A very relieved centurion Lou Vincent, a record smashing 50 from Brendon McCullum and a fine effort with the ball from Jeetan Patel will build confidence for the Blackcaps for the next stage of the World Cup.22 Mar 2007Michelle Hamberger
Smith talks up showdownSouth African captain Graeme Smith believes Australia have lost their "fear factor", ahead of their blockbuster Group A clash.21 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Vaughan trips over pot-holeEngland's worries were further compounded yesterday, when captain Michael Vaughan tripped over a pot-hole a during training session.21 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Sri Lanka dominate BangladeshSri Lanka pummeled Bangladesh by 198 runs, bowling them out for 112 after posting a mammoth 312.21 Mar 2007Manan Shah
Hollow victory for PakistanIn what has been perhaps the worst week in their history, the Pakistan cricket team were still able to turn up the heat on Zimbabwe.21 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Kiwis cruise past KenyaFour excellent innings, lead by an impressive 85 by Ross Taylor were enough for New Zealand to easily beat Kenya by 148 runs.20 Mar 2007Benedict Goodchild
South Africa sail into Super 8South African captain Graeme Smith led the way with 91 as his side routed Scotland in their Group A match at St Kitts.20 Mar 2007Sean Bennett
Murder feared in Woolmer tragedyPolice believe that Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer may have been murdered.20 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Tributes pour in for WoolmerThe cricket world is in mourning today as news of Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer's death filters through the Caribbean.19 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Disgraced Flintoff apologisesAndrew Flintoff has today apologised for the indiscretion that cost him the vice-captaincy and a one match suspension.19 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
India wallops BermudaIndia notched up the highest ever score in World Cups on their way to easily defeating Bermuda by 257 runs.19 Mar 2007Sudeep Popat
Lacklustre WI advance to Super 8World Cup hosts West Indies laboured past Zimbabwe by 6 wickets to qualify for the Super Eight stage.19 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Gillespie close to going homeNew Zealand seam bowler Mark Gillespie was close to returning home after a viral infection has kept him out of all WC games to date.18 Mar 2007James Nixon
"Roy" returns to bowling creaseAustralian cricket fans and selectors have received a boost with news that Andrew Symonds bowled in the nets on the eve of the18 Mar 2007James Nixon
Pakistan fined to compound woesCompounding the woes of their humiliating defeat at the hands of Ireland, Pakistan have been fined for a slow over rate.18 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Flintoff dropped and demotedAndrew Flintoff has been sacked as vice captain and forced to sit out of his side's clash against Canada today after a disciplinary breach.18 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Bob Woolmer passes awayPakistan coach Bob Woolmer has passed away, hours after being found unconscious in his hotel room in Jamaica.18 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Dismal England limp past CanadaEngland stumbled to a 52-run win over Canada at the Beausejour Stadium in St Lucia to record their first victory of the World Cup18 Mar 2007Neil Pickup
Inzamam retires from ODI cricketPakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq has retired from one-day international cricket and the captaincy.18 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Gibbs hits a millionStar South African batsman Herschelle Gibbs hit six sixes in a row yesterday, in the process earning US $1m for a charity of his choice17 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Fletcher confident of revivalDuncan Fletcher has admitted his side's World Cup campaign has gotten much tougher after their six wicket loss to New Zealand.17 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Bangladesh upset IndiaIndia's World Cup campaign got off to the worst of starts, as Bangladesh defeated them by five wickets in both side's first match.17 Mar 2007Sudeep Popat
Brother Act on St. Patrick's DayContrasting innings from brothers Niall and Kevin O'Brien inspired Ireland to stun Pakistan in the biggest upset in ODI history.17 Mar 2007Neil Pickup
England all at seaEngland management are in damage control today, with reports suggesting a drunken Andrew Flintoff had to be rescued at sea at 4am.17 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Fulton and McMillan ready to goPeter Fulton and Craig McMillan have been passed fit for New Zealand's first group stage match against England.16 Mar 2007James Nixon
SA hit Dutch for sixSouth Africa demonstrated their power to blast the Netherlands off the map in this rain reduced Group A match.16 Mar 2007Michelle Hamberger
Craig Wright heads homeScotland captain Craig Wright has had to fly home to attend the funeral of an aunt a team spokesman has said.16 Mar 2007James Nixon
NZ ease past EnglandScott Styris found form with both bat and ball as New Zealand gained revenge against England in St Lucia.16 Mar 2007Richard Edmunds
Australia smash ScotlandAustralia thrashed associate side Scotland in today's first Group A game in St Kitts by 203 runs.15 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
McMillan in doubtAll-rounder Craig McMillan is uncertain for tomorrow's blockbuster clash against England after suffering a bruised toe during training.15 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Ntini rested for openerMakhaya Ntini will most likely miss his side's opening match against Holland on Friday, with SA management opting to rest the seamer.15 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Sri Lanka crush BermudaSri Lanka made their mark on the 2007 World Cup early with a thrashing of Bermuda in their first match at the Queen's Park Oval.15 Mar 2007Arunava Das
Thrilling tie at Sabina ParkIreland managed to snatch a tie from almost certain defeat as they reduced Zimbabwe from 203-6 to 221 all out.15 Mar 2007Manan Shah
Gillespie out, Fulton 50/50, Oram fitA New Zealand team spokesman has confirmed that Mark Gillespie will miss the Black Caps opening World Cup match against England.14 Mar 2007James Nixon
Inzamam unhappy with batsmenInzamam-ul-Haq has blasted his batsman after failing to reach the required runs set by the West Indies in yesterday's opening match.14 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Anderson setback for EnglandEngland paceman Jimmy Anderson has been taken to a St Lucia hospital with a suspected broken finger.14 Mar 2007Paul Wood
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 16 - AustraliaNo team has a prouder World Cup history than Australia. Three times champions, including the past two tournaments, and twice beaten finalists.13 Mar 2007Cameron Burge
Symonds likely to miss openerAndrew Symonds is not likely to be fit for Australia's first game of the World Cup despite a faster than expected recovery.13 Mar 2007Richard Edmunds
War of words continuesSunil Gavaskar has returned fire at Ricky Ponting, who claimed it was "high and mighty" of Gavaskar to criticise the Australian team.13 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
WI emphatic in opening winThe West Indies played brilliant and inspired cricket to secure a 54-run victory over Pakistan in the opening fixture of the World Cup.13 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Inzi denies retirement rumoursInzamam-ul-Haq has denied speculation of an exit from cricket after the World Cup saying he has no intention of retiring from the game.12 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Ponting hits back at GavaskarRicky Ponting has hit back at claims of poor on-field behaviour from the Australian cricket team made by Sunil Gavaskar late last week.12 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Slow pitches cause changesThe slow pitches present so far in the West Indies could cause bookmakers and teams to change their odds and team selection.12 Mar 2007Alex Crampton
Sabina Park not readyPakistan and WI were forced to train elsewhere today as last minute preparations on Sabina Park's training nets were still taking place12 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Pitches cause rethinkThe warm-up matches have clearly shown that the predicted high scores in World Cup 2007 look unlikely to occur.11 Mar 2007Richard Edmunds
Scots want regular Eng matchesCraig Wright has today advocated a regular home series between his side and the English in a bid to boost cricket in his home country.11 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 15 - South AfricaCursed, jinxed or just not good enough? Whatever the reason, South Africa's previous adventures in World Cup Land have been eventful but ultimately disappointing.11 Mar 2007Kev Goughy
World Cup 2007 Officially OpenWest Indies legend Sir Garfield Sobers has declared the World Cup open in Jamaica in a $2.6 million event that lasted over three hours.11 Mar 2007James Nixon
PCB ban players from speaking EnglishThe Pakistan Cricket Board have banned their players from speaking English at World Cup news conferences.11 Mar 2007James Nixon
Vaughan - we'll be readyEngland captain Michael Vaughan insists his side will be ready for action by the time their World Cup opener next Friday comes around.10 Mar 2007Matt Pitt
WC set to hit England's economyEngland's workplace productivity is set to be hit by over 270 million pounds during the World Cup, according to a study released today.10 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Sehwag vows the runs will comeIndian opening batsman Virender Sehwag has promised captain Rahul Dravid that he will score plenty of runs in the World Cup.10 Mar 2007James Nixon
Fleming looking to make amendsStephen Fleming is eyeing revenge over England in this week's WC opener, after England eliminated NZ in the CB tri-series last month.10 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Woolmer not carried away by winDespite beating the number one side in the world, Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer was not prepared to get carried away on the eve of the WC.10 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 14 - PakistanBenjamin Franklin was reputed to have said: 'Only two things in life are certain - death and taxes'.10 Mar 2007Eddie Sanders
Fleming finds form in NZ winStephen Fleming showed signs of returning to form with a stylish 65 in New Zealand's 18-run win over Sri Lanka.09 Mar 2007Richard Edmunds
Pakistan defeat South AfricaPakistan completed its World Cup preparations with a comprehensive but controversial seven wicket victory over South Africa in Trinidad09 Mar 2007Cameron Burge
Gilchrist eases Australia homeEngland's brief hold over Australia came to an abrupt halt at St. Vincent today as Australia cruised comfortably to a 5 wicket victory.09 Mar 2007Paul Wood
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 13 - West IndiesThrice finalists and twice champions, the West Indies dominated the World Cup at its inception.09 Mar 2007Liam Camps
India thrashes West IndiesIndia mauled the hosts West Indies by nine wickets in their final warm-up match before the World Cup.09 Mar 2007Sudeep Popat
Fulton joins Black Caps injury listPeter Fulton has joined the Black Caps growing injury list after breaking his finger during the warm-up match against Sri Lanka.09 Mar 2007James Nixon
King confident in LaraWest Indies coach Bennett King has expressed confidence that Brian Lara will be on form in time for the World Cup.08 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Australian bowlers face scrutinyFormer Australian fast bowler Damien Fleming has called on Australia to improve their death bowling or face an early exit from the WC.08 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 12 - Sri LankaThe surprise champions eleven years ago as they came of International cricketing age in the subcontinent, Sri Lanka revolutionised one-day cricket.08 Mar 2007Neil Pickup
Ireland crush CanadaLed by Dave Langvord-Smith who claimed 4-41, Ireland have cruised to a seven wicket victory over Canada in their second warm up match.08 Mar 2007Archie Mac
Easy win for tigersBangladesh followed their victory over New Zealand by beating Scotland by seven wickets in Barbados.08 Mar 2007Alex Crampton
Kenya leave Dutch in a spinA tremendous all round performance from Kenyan Captain Steve Tikolo left the Netherlands agonisingly short of victory against Kenya.08 Mar 2007Michelle Hamberger
Gavaskar critical of the AussiesSunil Gavaskar has come out strongly against the dominant Australian sides of the past, saying he was pleased by their recent losses.08 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Williams takes Zimbabwe homeZimbabwe recovered from early trauma to defeat Bermuda by 6 wickets, having bowled the minnows out for 136.08 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Oram shrugs off injuryBlack Caps all-rounder Jacob Oram has said his broken finger on his left hand won't stop him playing a full part in the World Cup.08 Mar 2007James Nixon
Player security increasedAfter this week's gas scare at the hotel where the Pakistan and SA teams were staying, the ICC have ordered additional player security.08 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Sami and Arafat depart for WIDespite no clearance to play, Pakistan's replacement bowlers Mohammad Sami and Yasir Arafat have left for the Caribbean.07 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Gillespie diagnosed with virusNew Zealand fast bowler Mark Gillespie has been diagnosed with a viral infection after complaining of paralysis in his right arm.07 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 11 - IndiaRunners-up in the last edition of the World Cup, India go to the West Indies hardly as one of the favorites to lift the trophy for the first time since 1983.07 Mar 2007Sudeep Popat
Gas leak drama in TrinidadSouth Africa and Pakistan players were evacuated from the Hilton Hotel in Trinidad because of a blast caused by a gas leak.07 Mar 2007James Nixon
Gilchrist denies retirement talkAustralian vice-captain Adam Gilchrist has denied rumors about his short term future saying he hasn't planned anything at this stage.07 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Pakistan throttle CanadaPakistan began their Caribbean experience by beating Canada by 77 runs in an all round performance today.06 Mar 2007Manan Shah
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 10 - New ZealandNew Zealand captain Stephen Fleming, when asked of his team's prospects for the World Cup, said that the Black Caps were "perennial dark horses".06 Mar 2007Richard Edmunds
India coasts to warm-up winIndia sailed to a 182-run win in the warm-up match against Netherlands, despite a valiant all-round performance by Ryan ten Doeschate.06 Mar 2007Sudeep Popat
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 9 - EnglandHost of more World Cups than any other nation, inventors of the game and pioneers of the two limited-over forms of the game.05 Mar 2007Neil Pickup
Kemp and Gibbs in injury scareJustin Kemp and Herschelle Gibbs suffered minor injuries in a training session today, but are not expected end up on the sidelines.05 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Strauss left out of first warmupOut of form batsman Andrew Strauss has been left out of England's opening warm-up match against Bermuda, in Kingstown today.05 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
England humiliate BermudaEngland's World Cup preparation got off to a winning start as they delivered a hammering to Bermuda, bowling them out for just 45.05 Mar 2007Matt Pitt
Sanath leads Lankan cruiseA rapid 77 from veteran opener Sanath Jayasuriya set up a comfortable Sri Lankan win over Scotland in their opening World Cup warmup05 Mar 2007Neil Pickup
Samuels and Gayle star in WI winRiding on big scores by Marlon Samuels and Chris Gayle, hosts West Indies secured a 21-run win in their warmup game against Kenya.05 Mar 2007Liam Camps
Hall saves SA embarrassmentThe impossible almost took place in Trinidad last night when Ireland had South Africa on the ropes early.05 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
New Zealand sweat on GillespieNZ will be seeking specialist treatment for fast bowler Mark Gillespie after a neck injury left his right arm temporarily paralysed.05 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
England injured recovering wellJon Lewis, James Anderson and Kevin Pietersen all trained well in England's first Caribbean net session today.04 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Plane crashes near Aus trainingA light plane crashed in close proximity to where the Australian cricket team were training today. All three passengers survived.04 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
ICC name World Cup UmpiresThe International Cricket Council have named the 16 umpires that will officiate at the upcoming World Cup in the Caribbean.03 Mar 2007James Nixon
Clarke to play through painMichael Clarke is prepared to play through the pain of his sore hip during the World Cup.03 Mar 2007James Nixon
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 8 - BangladeshFour years is a long time. In 2003, Bangladesh sank to their lowest ebb since being elevated to the Test world.03 Mar 2007George Roberts
Flintoff confirmed as vice-captainMichael Vaughan confirmed at a press-conference that Andrew Flintoff will take over should he not be able to play due to injury.02 Mar 2007James Nixon
Police strike looms in T&TCricket officials have been rocked by the possibility of a police strike taking place in Trinidad and Tobago, with the WC approaching.02 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
ICC wants proof of injuriesThe ICC have demanded to see evidence of the injuries sustained to Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Asif which ruled them out of the WC.02 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 7 - ZimbabweA lot has happened to Zimbabwe since the last World Cup, and they come into this one in their worst position since gaining Test status.02 Mar 2007Alex Crampton
Akhtar & Asif out of World CupPakistan's dangerous pace bowlers Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Asif have both been ruled out of the World Cup due to injury.01 Mar 2007James Nixon
Symonds return on targetAndrew Symonds is confident he will be fit and ready for his sides blockbuster clash against South Africa in the West Indies.01 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Tendulkar - Cup is our dreamLegendary Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar has revealed that his dream and the dream of his side is to win the 2007 World Cup.01 Mar 2007Zac Gelman
Evolution of One-Day cricketHow Sanath Jayasuriya and Adam Gilchrist amongst rule changes have changed the one-day game forever.01 Mar 2007Paul Wood
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 6 - KenyaIt's been four years since Kenya reached the dizzying heights of the 2003 Cricket World Cup semi-final and as expected things have changed. However, they have not changed for the better.01 Mar 2007Kev Goughy
Oram prepared to give up fingerStar New Zealand all-rounder Jacob Oram has said he will sacrifice his injured ring finger, if it means being able to play in the WC.28 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Ponting not worried about streakRicky Ponting has dismissed suggestions that his side has become a spent force, saying the Aussies will be the team to beat at the WC.28 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Hussey identifies four main dangersAustralian batsman Mike Hussey believes there are four teams posing a threat to the world champions.27 Feb 2007Richard Edmunds
Razzaq out of World CupPakistan's troubled build-up to the World Cup took another blow, as Abdul Razzaq has been ruled out of the tournament with injury.27 Feb 2007Liam Camps
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 4 - CanadaWhen someone thinks of cricket, Canada does not immediately spring to mind. Though not the strongest of the minnow nations, they have some strength that could lead to an upset or two.27 Feb 2007Manan Shah
Tait ready to fill Lee's placeShaun Tait has spoken out saying he's raring to get into the World Cup and show that he has the strike power to fill the void left by Brett Lee.25 Feb 2007James Nixon
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 2 - IrelandIreland will enter their first World Cup with an outside chance of winning their opening clash with a politically torn Zimbabwe team.25 Feb 2007Archie Mac
Ireland appoint SimmonsThe Irish Cricket Union have appointed former Zimbabwe coach and West Indies international Phil Simmons as their new coach post WC.25 Feb 2007James Nixon
Pakistan players to get bonusesPakistani cricketers will receive up to 5 million rupees in bonuses, should they win the 2007 World Cup in the Caribbean.25 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Gilchrist gives Aussies a boostFollowing the birth of his third child, Adam Gilchrist has made himself available for selection for the entire World Cup campaign.24 Feb 2007James Nixon
Hamilton hits back at HoldingScottish all-rounder Gavin Hamilton has hit back at claims by Michael Holding, that there are too many teams competing at the 2007 WC.24 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
CW World Cup Countdown. Day 1 - BermudaThe smallest team to make an appearance at the World Cup, Bermuda, will be looking to show determination and pride in the West Indies.24 Feb 2007Benedict Goodchild
Kumble set to quit ODIs after WCChampion spin bowler Anil Kumble, will most probably play his last one-day match in Indian colours during the 2007 World Cup.24 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Border: South Africa are chokersAllan Border has today fired the first salvo in what may be an epic war of words between Australia and South Africa heading into the WC23 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Pathan ready to deliver the goodsIrfan Pathan is confident that all the setbacks he has received over the past year have made him a better player for the World Cup.23 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Lee ruled out of World CupAustralia have suffered a major blow to their WC campaign, with confirmation that Brett Lee will not participate in the tournament.23 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Punter signals preference changeAustralian captain Ricky Ponting has responded to his sides inability to defend large totals by a change in tactics - batting second.22 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Smith - top ranking means nothingGraeme Smith has said South Africa moving to the top ranked one-day side in the World Cup counts for nothing when the World Cup starts.22 Feb 2007James Nixon
Lee out of World CupUnconfirmed reports in Australia state that Brett Lee has informed Cricket Australia that he is out of the World Cup.22 Feb 2007Cameron Burge
Further scans for HaydenMatthew Hayden will undergo further scans next week that will help determine the true extent of his injury and World Cup chances.21 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Lee given till 11th hourInjured bowler Brett Lee has been given until the day before Australia departs to the World Cup in the Caribbean to prove his fitness.21 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
We Can Take Australia - ScotlandA wounded Australia is in the sights of emerging nation Scotland as the teams prepare to meet in their first match in the World Cup.21 Feb 2007Cameron Burge
Flower brothers rule out returnAndy and Grant Flower have both ruled out a return to international cricket for the World Cup in the Caribbean next month.20 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Fantasy Cricket - World Cup 2007We have opened up our World Cup 2007 competition together with some fantastic prizes from Codemasters and World Cricket Store.20 Feb 2007James Nixon
Vaughan improving by the dayMichael Vaughan's hamstring injury is improving by the day and he is confident of making England's opening match at the WC against NZ.20 Feb 2007James Nixon
Holding slams minnowsFormer West Indian fast bowler and now commentator Michael Holding has slammed the inclusion of five minnow nations in the World Cup.20 Feb 2007James Nixon
Pakistan test World Cup squadTwenty of Pakistan's World Cup squad and reserves were tested recently, ahead of cricket's most prestigious event.19 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Plunkett admits to drink drivingLiam Plunkett has been banned from driving for 20 months after admitting to a drink driving charge from last October.19 Feb 2007James Nixon
Lee 50/50 on World Cup chancesBrett Lee has rated himself a 50/50 chance of featuring in the upcoming World Cup in the Caribbean after injuring his ankle in NZ.17 Feb 2007James Nixon
Oram in injury scareNew Zealand will face a nervous wait today ahead of the results of scans that will reveal the extent of an injury Jacob Oram's finger.16 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Pollard and Samuels for WCTeenager Kieron Pollard has been included in the West Indies World Cup squad.15 Feb 2007Liam Camps
Confident SA unchanged for WCHaving just defeated Pakistan convincingly 3-1, South Africa have named an unchanged squad for the upcoming World Cup in the Caribbean.15 Feb 2007Liam Camps
Symonds hoping for quick returnInjured all-rounder Andrew Symonds is hoping for a quicker than expected return to international action.14 Feb 2007Richard Edmunds
Samuels to be pickedMarlon Samuels will be picked in the West Indies' World Cup squad, after being given clearance by the ICC.14 Feb 2007Arjun Miglani
Vaughan in as World Cup captainMichael Vaughan has been named as captain for England's World Cup campaign while Mal Loye has been dropped for all-rounder Ravi Bopara.14 Feb 2007James Nixon
Zimbabwe announce WC squadZimbabwe have annouched their World Cup squad with only one player from the 2003 World Cup squad being included in Stuart Matsikenyeri.14 Feb 2007James Nixon
Holland name World Cup sideHolland have named the 15 man squad that will travel to the Caribbean later next month with no major surprises.14 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Two Kiwis called up for CanadaCanada have named their 15-man squad for the World Cup with two New Zealand based players being called up.14 Feb 2007James Nixon
Ireland retain the status quoIreland have retained the same squad from the World Cricket League for the upcoming World Cup.14 Feb 2007James Nixon
Tait and Haddin secure WC spotsBrad Haddin and Shaun Tait have beaten off the challenges of Cameron White and Stuart Clark to be included in Australia's WC squad.13 Feb 2007James Nixon
Surprise in Bangladesh WC squadBangladesh have announced the squad they are taking to the World Cup in the Caribbean, including a few surprises.13 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
No changes for ScotlandScotland have opted to go into the World Cup later next month with an unchanged squad from their recent World Cricket League campaign.13 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Bermuda name World Cup sideBermuda has named its 15 man World Cup squad that will feature in the championships for the very first time.13 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Pakistan name WC squadThe injury-clouded fast bowling trio of Shoaib Akhtar, Umar Gul and Mohammad Asif have been included in Pakistan's World Cup squad.13 Feb 2007Liam Camps
Kenya announce WC SquadKenya has named their World Cup squad and have stuck with the same side that won the World Cricket League competition this month.13 Feb 2007James Nixon
India name World Cup squadIndia have named their 15-man squad for the World Cup, which includes Virender Sehwag and Irfan Pathan.12 Feb 2007Alex Crampton
Arnold in for World CupSri Lanka have included veteran Russel Arnold in their World Cup squad, as well as the returning Chaminda Vaas and Muttiah Muralitharan12 Feb 2007Alex Crampton
Gilchrist to miss start of WCAdam Gilchrist will miss the start of the World Cup, opting to stay at home with his wife for the birth of their third child. 12 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Akhtar injury blow for PakistanPakistan are reeling with the news that Shoaib Akhtar would be in doubt for the World Cup after succumbing to a another knee injury.12 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Tuffey in for Mills in WC SquadDaryl Tuffey has been surprisingly included in the Black Caps 15-man squad for the upcoming World Cup in the West Indies.12 Feb 2007James Nixon
ICC reject Pakistan WC appealThe International Cricket Council have rejected a second appeal from the Pakistan Cricket Board to delay the naming of their WC squad.11 Feb 2007James Nixon
Nel to target Ponting at WCAndre Nel has opened fire ahead of the World Cup saying he will look to "get in the face" of the Australian captain Ricky Ponting.10 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Afridi banned for four matchesShahid Afridi will miss the opening matches of the World Cup after he was given a four match ban for breaching the ICC code of conduct.10 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Mills ruled out for 12 monthsKyle Mills has been ruled out of the World Cup and will be out of action for 12 months with a patella tendon problem in his knee.08 Feb 2007James Nixon
Injuries plague Cup build-upsPakistan and New Zealand have both been hit by injuries to key bowlers in their lead-up to next month's World Cup.07 Feb 2007Richard Edmunds
ICC rules in favour of AustraliaThe ICC have allowed Australia to pick injured all-rounder Andrew Symonds in their World Cup squad travelling to the Caribbean in March07 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Sarwan injured ahead of WCWest Indies vice-captain Ramnaresh Sarwan has been ruled out of action for three weeks with a hand injury.07 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Bradley Scott joins NZ WC SquadOtago left-arm fast medium bowler Bradley Scott has replaced Nathan Astle in New Zealand's 30-man World Cup squad.06 Feb 2007James Nixon
SymondsAust may risk going into the WC a player short as they gamble with Andrew Symonds' fitness after he had surgery on his bicep last week.06 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Mills in doubt for World CupNew Zealand pace bowler Kyle Mills is likely to return home from the Commonwealth Bank Series and may miss the World Cup.05 Feb 2007Richard Edmunds
Gough a chance for World CupEnglish bowler Darren Gough is in line for a possible recall to the national one-day side as England try and solve their ODI crisis.02 Feb 2007Zac Gelman
Akhtar sets targetShoaib Akhtar hopes to recover from his injury in time for the World Cup.01 Feb 2007Arjun Miglani
Tait still in the hunt for WC plShaun Tait is still in the hunt for a place within the World Cup squad Australian captain Ricky Ponting has said.25 Jan 2007James Nixon
World Cup ticket sales dwindleWorld Cup organisers are facing major problems with tickets sales for the World Cup drying up, with many still yet to be purchased.21 Jan 2007Zac Gelman
Harris and Tuffey still in the hChris Harris and Daryl Tuffey are still in the frame for World Cup selection after both players were named in New Zealand's 30 man squad for the World Cup.14 Jan 2007James Nixon
Tigers announce World Cup 30Young openers Tamim Iqbal and Junaid Siddique have been named in Bangladesh's provisional 30-man squad for the World Cup.10 Jan 2007George Roberts
Shoaib, Asif in Pakistan WC 30Akhtar and Mohammad Asif, who have doping cases looming large over their heads, have been named in Pakistan's 30-man squad for the WC.10 Jan 2007Sudeep Popat
SA name 30 man World Cup squadSouth Africa have submitted their 30 man provisional World Cup squad to the ICC, including 14 coloured players.09 Jan 2007Zac Gelman
Styris in cotton wool?Scott Styris' return to international cricket could be put on hold to ensure he plays in next year's World Cup in the West Indies.11 Dec 2006James Nixon
Jayawardene keeps captaincyMahela Jayawardene has been named Sri Lankan for next year's World Cup ahead of Marvan Atapattu who has opted out of the upcoming New Zealand tour.07 Nov 2006Matt Pitt
World Cup pitches questionableDoubts have been raised over the eleven pitches that will be used for the World Cup in the Caribbean next year.30 Sep 2006Harry Warwick
Ticket warning for World Cup 07World Cup officials have issued a warning telling people to stay clear of buying tickets for games off internet auction sites.29 Sep 2006James Nixon
Lara Stadium no longer WC venueThe 2007 World Cup will have to make do without the Brian Lara Cricket stadium in Trinidad.23 Sep 2006Liam Camps
Kenya to tour UgandaKenya will tour Uganda later this month as they prepare for the World Cup in the West Indies next year.11 Sep 2006Liam Camps
Ireland name Cup squadIreland have named their first-ever World Cup squad, with Australian-born all-rounder Trent Johnston as captain.25 Aug 2006Matt Pitt
Bashar For World CupThe Bangladesh Cricket Board have confirmed current captain Habibul Bashar will lead his country in the up-coming World Cup in 2007.22 Jun 2006Archie Mac
World Cup tickets on saleTickets for the 2007 World Cup went on sale day before yesterday, on ticket outlets throughout the Caribbean, as well as online.03 May 2006Sudeep Popat
Cricket Web World Cup LaddersIt may be a year away, but the mere anticipation of the ICC World Cup has every international team scrambling and plotting.11 Apr 2006Liam Camps
Hemp wants to play for BermudaGlamorgan player of the year David Hemp has plans to play for Bermuda in the 2007 World Cup.07 Nov 2005Harry Warwick
World Cup 2007 - MascotThe International Cricket Council have released the mascot named Mello for the 2007 World Cup to be held in the West Indies.29 Jul 2005James Nixon
World Cup 07 Schedule AnnouncedThe schedule for 2007 World Cup in the West Indies has been announced with the West Indies kicking off the competition in Jamaica19 Jul 2005James Nixon
World Cup 2007 Groups ConfirmedThe International Cricket Council have confirmed the groups for the 2007 World Cup in the West Indies.14 Jul 2005James Nixon
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