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Cricket World Cup 2015
Coach Peter Moores insists he is ignoring the speculation over his future following England’s dismal start to the World Cup.
Scotland assistant coach Paul Collingwood believes his team are capable of inflicting more World Cup pain on England.
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson insists England’s World Cup chances should not be written off despite their humiliating defeat to the Black Caps on Friday.
Following defeat to Australia in their opening game, England's eight-wicket thrashing at the hands of New Zealand has left a group stage exit at the World Cup a very real possibility.
New Zealand’s Brendon McCullum blasted the fastest fifty in World Cup history after Tim Southee took 7-33 to inflict a humiliating eight-wicket defeat on England in Wellington.
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