A look back at an astonishing World Cup qualifying tournament that saw Scotland and Ireland come up just short.
Scotland take no further action against Majid Haq over breach of discipline at this year’s World Cup.
Michael Clarke is confident Australia's momentum will help them win the Ashes on English soil this summer.
Former England captain Bob Willis has backed ICC plans to reduce the number of teams taking part in the next World Cup.
New Zealand have had five players named in the International Cricket Council's team of the tournament.
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Michael Clarke has dedicated Australia's World Cup win to former team-mate Philip Hughes, who died tragically last year.
Australia bowler Mitchell Starc has been named player of the tournament at the Cricket World Cup.
Sky Sports pundit Nasser Hussain labelled Australia deserved World Cup winners after their win over New Zealand in the final.
Michael Clarke hit 74 in his final ODI, helping Australia beat New Zealand and win the World Cup for a fifth time.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum said he was very proud of his team, despite their World Cup final defeat on Sunday.
This year's ICC Cricket World Cup will go down on record as being the most popular in the tournament's 40-year history.
Michael Clarke has announced that he will retire from one-day internationals after Sunday’s World Cup final.
Brendon McCullum is hopeful his New Zealand team will be inspired by former captain Martin Crowe when they face Australia in the World Cup final.
Check out some of the finest catches taken at the 2015 Cricket World Cup ahead of Sunday's final.
Martin Crowe admits New Zealand's World Cup final with Australia may be the last match he sees.
Sir Ian Botham is tipping New Zealand to upset Australia at the MCG and win their first World Cup title.
Bob Willis compares Australia and New Zealand's line-ups ahead of the World Cup final in Melbourne.
Former New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming is backing the Black Caps to rise to the occasion in Sunday’s World Cup final.
New Zealand must overcome a raucous, pro-Australian crowd to lift their maiden World Cup trophy, says Andy Bichel.
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