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India face New Zealand in Nottingham today India face New Zealand in Nottingham today

World Cup 2019: India vs New Zealand preview | Sports - Geo.tv

India captain Virat Kohli is on the verge of another World Record. Kohli needs just 57 runs against New Zealand at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Thursday to become the fastest to 11000 ODI runs, beating Sachin Tendulkar to the feat.India captain Virat Kohli is on the verge of another World Record. Kohli needs just 57 runs against New Zealand at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Thursday to become the fastest to 11000 ODI runs, beating Sachin Tendulkar to the feat.

India vs New Zealand, World Cup 2019: Virat Kohli 57 runs away from massive World Record | cricket | Hindustan Times

A record three matches have already been either abandoned or called off in the weather-hit tournament.

ICC defends no-reserve-day decision, blames unseasonable weather - Newspaper - DAWN.COM

The International Cricket Council did all the accounting to fill its coffers, but fate has taken a rain check. The International Cricket Council did all the accounting to fill its coffers, but fate has taken a rain check.

Dear ICC, Rain Gods Punishing the World Cup is Karma For Your Scheduling Greed - News18

Minnow nations were disappointed to be left out of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup party, but the quality of competition at the streamlined tournament justifies their exclusion.Minnow nations were disappointed to be left out of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup party, but the quality of competition at the streamlined tournament justifies their exclusion.

2019 ICC World Cup is a true battle of élites

“Most cricket teams might be Jekyll and Hyde on different days in the same tournament. Pakistan probably the only team whose form oscillates from hour to hour, brilliant one moment, catastrophic the next! Best game of World Cup so far..now for the big one on Sunday! #PAKvsAUS”

Rajdeep Sardesai on Twitter: "Most cricket teams might be Jekyll and Hyde on different days in the same tournament. Pakistan probably the only team whose form oscillates from hour to hour, brilliant one moment, catastrophic the next! Best game of World Cup so far..now for the big one on Sunday! #PAKvsAUS"

“Had said in my World Cup preview that Australia were vulnerable if Stoinis were to be absent because they had three reserve bowlers and one reserve bat, neither of whom had a significant second skill”

Harsha Bhogle on Twitter: "Had said in my World Cup preview that Australia were vulnerable if Stoinis were to be absent because they had three reserve bowlers and one reserve bat, neither of whom had a significant second skill"

“West Indies are touring against cricket’s World Champs, Jamaica’s football team are in a first World Cup & their netballers will vie for their own global crown next month. A golden summer of Caribbean women’s sport? Don’t bet on it. https://t.co/PcmvAbsexo @TelegraphSport”

Isabelle Westbury on Twitter: "West Indies are touring against cricket’s World Champs, Jamaica’s football team are in a first World Cup & their netballers will vie for their own global crown next month. A golden summer of Caribbean women’s sport? Don’t bet on it. https://t.co/PcmvAbsexo @TelegraphSport"

“PAKISTAN Might be OUT of World Cup | Pak Vs Aus https://t.co/BcMTcWdfKr via @YouTube hard talk. Let’s be realistic we have some issues. Either we manage these if we can’t resolve them or reconcile with what we have. Let’s be intellectually honest?”

Dr. Nauman Niaz on Twitter: "PAKISTAN Might be OUT of World Cup | Pak Vs Aus https://t.co/BcMTcWdfKr via @YouTube hard talk. Let’s be realistic we have some issues. Either we manage these if we can’t resolve them or reconcile with what we have. Let’s be intellectually honest?"

This year’s World Cup is officially the wettest in the competition’s 44-year historyThis year’s World Cup is officially the wettest in the competition’s 44-year history

Cricket World Cup: reserve day row after yet another washout | The Week UK

On TV was the Cricket World Cup, the first in this country for 20 years and a once-in-a-generation chance to enthuse a new audience. Yet some have no idea it has even been taking place.On TV was the Cricket World Cup, the first in this country for 20 years and a once-in-a-generation chance to enthuse a new audience. Yet some have no idea it has even been taking place.

What's the point of a cricket World Cup if nobody is watching? | Daily Mail Online

Cricket is at risk of allowing a doping culture to flourish at its highest levels due to a testing regime that is "full of holes" and "ridiculous", according to leading experts.Cricket is at risk of allowing a doping culture to flourish at its highest levels due to a testing regime that is "full of holes" and "ridiculous", according to leading experts.

Exclusive: Cricket risks encouraging doping with 'ridiculous' testing regime, experts say

Three rained out games and more feared, the ongoing World Cup does seem to be a bit under the weather but the International Cricket Council says there's hardly anything it can do to deal with the "extremely unseasonable" cloud cover in the country right now.Three rained out games and more feared, the ongoing World Cup does seem to be a bit under the weather but the International Cricket Council says there's hardly anything it can do to deal with the

ICC says reserve days for every match not possible | Deccan Herald

Factoring in a reserve day for every match at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup would significantly increase the length of the tournament and practically would be extremely complex to deliverFactoring in a reserve day for every match at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup would significantly increase the length of the tournament and practically would be extremely complex to deliver

Reserve day for rain-affected matches cannot work, says Dave Richardson | Sports | thenews.com.pk |

According to the weather forecast, rainfall will continue in coming days meaning more matches of the ICC World Cup 2019 may be washed out. Weather Forecast For UK: Country Witnesses A Month's Rain In One Day, More ICC World Cup 2019 Matches Likely To Be Washed Out.According to the weather forecast, rainfall will continue in coming days meaning more matches of the ICC World Cup 2019 may be washed out. Weather Forecast For UK: Country Witnesses A Month's Rain In One Day, More ICC World Cup 2019 Matches Likely To Be Washed Out.

Weather Forecast For UK: Country Witnesses A Month's Rain In One Day, More ICC World Cup 2019 Matches Likely To Be Washed Out | LatestLY

THE game of cricket, which began in England, gradually spread across the globe, starting first in countries that were part of the British Empire. THE game of cricket, which began in England, gradually spread across the globe, starting first in countries that were part of the British Empire.

Community Sports: All in the cricket family | The Star Online

Google's Indian-American CEO Sundar Pichai has predicted that India and England would clash in the finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 and said he was "rooting" for the men in blue to emerge victorious.Google's Indian-American CEO Sundar Pichai has predicted that India and England would clash in the finals of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 and said he was "rooting" for the men in blue to emerge victorious.

World Cup 2019: In Sundar Pichai's Prediction For World Cup Final, India And...

Here's how you can catch up on the best of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup without having to chuck a sickie (guilty) to squeeze it all in.Better than a day in the field.

How To Watch The ICC Cricket World Cup In Under Halfa - PEDESTRIAN.TV

The International Cricket Council has defended not scheduling reserve days for group matches at the rain-marred World Cup.The International Cricket Council has defended not scheduling reserve days for group matches at the rain-marred World Cup.

ICC defends decision to have no reserve days at World Cup | RNZ News

he International Cricket Council (ICC) in a major goof-up in the lead-up to the 2019 World Cup in England and Wales forgot to inform hotels booked for the 10 teams to subscribe to Sky so that players could watch other teams in action. This has now seen the ICC give the 10 teams Sky subscription vouchers so that players don't miss out on the cricketing action on the biggest stage.Sources in the Indian team management confirmed the development

Cricket World Cup 2019: ICC hands players Sky subscription after logistical goof-up