Blogs & Opinion
Beefy says England's batting against spin is lamentable and they cannot win the 2015 World Cup.
Would Alastair Cook be in your England starting XI for the World Cup? Our pundits name their teams...
Andrew Strauss says England have a lot of ‘difficult questions’ to answer ahead of the World Cup.
England ended their summer by uncovering a winning approach to limited overs cricket, says Nick Knight.
India has the World Cup final it longed for, but Mike Atherton is siding with Sri Lanka in mesmerised Mumbai.
Bumble expects a fantastic World Cup Final if the players don't get carried away in the hysteria.
Bumble blogs on bad Sri Lankan TV, Pakistan's semi with India and a case of mistaken identity.
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Australia beat South Africa by two wickets via the Duckworth–Lewis method to win the ODI series 4-1.
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