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Azhar Ali has been named as Pakistan's one-day captain to replace Misbah-ul Haq.
Hampshire have signed former West Indies fast bowler Fidel Edwards for the second half of the 2015 season.
Stuart Broad expects Nottinghamshire's new signings to have a big impact on the club this season.
Former England captain Bob Willis has backed ICC plans to reduce the number of teams taking part in the next World Cup.
Warwickshire all-rounder Paul Best has been forced to retire because of injuries.
Sky Sports cricket expert Bob Willis expects 'a competitive contest' when England take on the touring Australians this summer.
Lord's famous weathervane, Father Time, has been damaged during high winds in London over the weekend.
Michael Clarke is confident Australia's momentum will help them win the Ashes on English soil this summer.
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson is anticipating retirement decisions from several members of his squad in the next week.
New Zealand have had five players named in the International Cricket Council's team of the tournament.
Australia bowler Mitchell Starc has been named player of the tournament at the Cricket World Cup.
Michael Clarke has dedicated Australia's World Cup win to former team-mate Philip Hughes, who died tragically last year.
This year's ICC Cricket World Cup will go down on record as being the most popular in the tournament's 40-year history.
Sky Sports pundit Nasser Hussain labelled Australia deserved World Cup winners after their win over New Zealand in the final.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum said he was very proud of his team, despite their World Cup final defeat on Sunday.
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Michael Clarke hit 74 in his final ODI, helping Australia beat New Zealand and win the World Cup for a fifth time.
Martin Crowe admits New Zealand's World Cup final with Australia may be the last match he sees.
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