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Brendan Taylor’s farewell ton for Zimbabwe proved in vain as Suresh Raina’s fifth one-day hundred earned unbeaten India a six-wicket victory in Auckland.
Andrew Strauss, David Gower and more select their highlights from a gripping 2015 Cricket World Cup.
After JP Duminy's shock World Cup hat-trick in Sydney, we look at the other players to achieve the feat.
Ed Joyce's ton helped Ireland beat Zimbabwe in a pulsating encounter and push the associate nation closer to the quarter-finals.
The Pakistan Cricket Board is in negotiations with Zimbabwe over a possible tour of Pakistan later this year.
Mohammad Irfan bagged career-best ODI figures of 4-30 as Pakistan earned a nervy World Cup victory over Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe must fix their “horrendous” death bowling to progress in the World Cup, says Alistair Campbell.
Zimbabwe seamer Tendai Chatara has been reprimanded by the ICC for bowling two successive dangerous deliveries at Chris Gayle.
Zimbabwe’s match-winner Sean Williams admits his side underestimated the United Arab Emirates in their World Cup win.
Sean Williams’ unbeaten 76 off 65 balls helped Zimbabwe to a four-wicket win over the United Arab Emirates.
Former skipper Alistair Campbell says he expects a degree of ruthlessness from Zimbabwe.
David Miller and JP Duminy both scored hundreds as South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 62 runs in their World Cup opener.
AB de Villiers said he was delighted with South Africa after they got their World Cup campaign off to a winning start.
Nottinghamshire have signed Zimbabwe international batsman Brendan Taylor.
Jacques Kallis and V.V.S. Laxman will be part of Sky Sports' wall-to-wall, multi-platform coverage of the ICC World Cup.
The Associate members are not at the Cricket World Cup just to make up the numbers, as these results prove...
Zimbabwe and New Zealand recorded pre-World Cup victories over Sri Lanka and South Africa respectively.
Martin Guptill struck 100 but New Zealand still needed rain to rescue them in their World Cup warm-up against Zimbabwe.
With the World Cup a few days away, we give you the lowdown on every team battling for the trophy. Here's Pool B...
David Lloyd kicks off his birthday celebrations with Ireland and has his say on England's Test squad.
Andrew Strauss expects Jonathan Trott to open the batting for England in the Test series against West Indies.
Bob Willis marks England's players and coach after a dismal World Cup showing. Do you agree with his scores?
Alastair Cook's non-involvement in England's World Cup debacle will have done his reputation no harm, says Mike Atherton.