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Cricket World Cup 2015
Ed Joyce's maiden World Cup hundred helped Ireland see off Zimbabwe in a pulsating encounter at Hobart and push the associate nation closer to the quarter-finals.
Paceman Mohammad Irfan bagged career-best ODI figures of 4-30 as Pakistan claimed their first World Cup points with an unconvincing 20-run victory over Zimbabwe in the Group B clash in Brisbane.
Zimbabwe have got a lot of things right in the World Cup, says ICC columnist Alistair Campbell, but got their death bowling very, very wrong…
Zimbabwe seamer Tendai Chatara has been reprimanded by the International Cricket Council for bowling two successive dangerous deliveries at West Indies record-breaker Chris Gayle in their World Cup clash on Tuesday.
Zimbabwe’s match-winner Sean Williams admits his side underestimated their opponents after they sneaked to a four-wicket win over the United Arab Emirates in the World Cup.
- 2015 Cricket World Cup: Zimbabwe sneak to four-wicket win over UAE
- Cricket World Cup: Zimbabwe must be ruthless, says Alistair Campbell
- World Cup: David Miller and JP Duminy help South Africa defeat Zimbabwe
- AB de Villiers thinks Zimbabwe could upset better-fancied sides at this World Cup
- Sky Sports World Cup: Watch every ball on our dedicated channel and digital platforms
- Cricket World Cup: How the Associate members have stunned the big boys…
- World Cup: Zimbabwe and New Zealand record convincing win in warm-ups
- World Cup warm-up: Martin Guptill century and rain rescue New Zealand against Zimbabwe
- World Cup preview: Pool B - South Africa look the stand-out side in a group of mercurial talent
- Dav Whatmore appointed Zimbabwe coach
- Prosper Utseya cleared to bowl by ICC but Zimbabwe player cannot use off-spin deliveries
- Taijul Islam hat-trick seals Bangladesh whitewash over Zimbabwe
- Bangladesh take 4-0 lead in ODI Series against Zimbabwe
- Zimbabwe collapse twice with the bat to hand Bangladesh victory