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Cricket World Cup 2015
We've picked our top five players from the Cricket World Cup. Does our star-studded list match yours?
Michael Clarke has dedicated Australia's World Cup win to former team-mate Philip Hughes, who died tragically in November last year after being struck by a cricket ball.
Nasser Hussain called Australia deserved winners of the World Cup after their seven-wicket win over New Zealand in the final at the MCG.
Michael Clarke hit 74 in his final ODI for Australia, helping his side win the World Cup for a fifth time, with a convincing seven-wicket win over New Zealand in the final in Melbourne.
This year's ICC Cricket World Cup will go down on record as being the most popular in the tournament's 40-year history.
- Aussie skipper Michael Clarke will play his final one-day international in Sunday's World Cup final
- Sir Ian Botham: New Zealand can upset Australia in World Cup final
- Martin Crowe admits New Zealand's World Cup final with Australia may be his last match
- Sky Sports pundits pick favourite Cricket World Cup Moments
- Nasser Hussain talks World Cup Final tactics at The MCG
- New Zealand must enjoy themselves in Sunday’s World Cup Final, says Stephen Fleming
- New Zealand must overcome raucous MCG crowd to win World Cup, says Andy Bichel
- Australia's road to the 2015 Cricket World Cup Final
- Michael Clarke not expecting Australia changes for World Cup final
- World Cup Final: Sky Sports pundits on Australia v New Zealand
- Nasser Hussain hails 'exceptional' Michael Clarke as Australia book World Cup final spot
- Australia book World Cup final spot with 95-run win over India
- Captain Michael Clarke confident pressure won't break Australia in World Cup semi-final