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World champions tag means you are favourites, says Aaron Finch ahead of India series

World champions tag means you are favourites, says Aaron Finch ahead of India series

Australia had beaten India in the semi-final of the 2015 World Cup and Finch said it feels good to be in that position as favourites.

Five interesting cricket facts of 2015

Five interesting cricket facts of 2015

2015 saw England skipper Eoin Morgan score the maximum ducks in ODIs (5).

Bangla Tigers' new found aggression has rung alarm bells for Asian Giants

Bangladesh will no more feel as the goliath of Asian cricket, as their stupendous rise in ODI format has upped their level by several notches.

Five players to miss out on the Indian Premier League 2015

Five players to miss out on the Indian Premier League 2015

Misbah-ul-Haq says Pakistan wouldn't mind facing India again

Misbah-ul-Haq says Pakistan wouldn't mind facing India again

Pakistan cricket captain Misbah-ul-Haq says his team wouldn't mind facing India in the semifinals if it progresses beyond the quarterfinals of the ongoing ICC World Cup.

Six drinks to sip during this World Cup

Six drinks to sip during this World Cup

Whether you’re hosting a screening or crashing on a friend’s couch to watch the game -- you don’t want to miss a minute of the gripping World Cup match. To ensure you aren’t in the kitchen putting together elaborate cocktails for everyone, prepare some easy-to-make cocktail recipes for that wonderful evening.

Irish strike a blow for associates ahead of 2019 revamp

Irish strike a blow for associates ahead of 2019 revamp

Ireland`s World Cup victory over West Indies on Monday was the kind of giant-killing that lights up any tournament but cricket fans should enjoy it while they can ahead of format changes for the 2019 version of the event. 

Australia's Michael Clarke unlikely to make start of World Cup

Australia's Michael Clarke unlikely to make start of World Cup

Australia captain Michael Clarke doubts he will be fit for the start of the World Cup in February but hopes to be back at some stage during the tournament.

Pakistan think-tank has 2015 World Cup in mind

Pakistan think-tank has 2015 World Cup in mind

Keeping in mind the 2015 World Cup, Pakistan's chief selector Moin Khan and head coach Waqar Younis are contemplating using a different bowling combination for the last three one-day internationals against New Zealand in the UAE.

ICC 2015 World Cup: Australia to face India in first warm-up match

ICC 2015 World Cup: Australia to face India in first warm-up match

Co-host and four-time World champion Australia will take on reigning champions India in the first warm-up match, scheduled prior to the start of the 2015 World Cup in February-March.

Virat Kohli joins star Ambassadors for 2015 World Cup

Virat Kohli joins star Ambassadors for 2015 World Cup

India's Virat Kohli joins an elite list of star Ambassadors to provide neccessary support in the build-up to the ICC 2015 World Cup to be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand between February and March.

Pakistan's giant Muhammad​ Irfan being kept fresh for World Cup

Pakistan's giant Muhammad​ Irfan being kept fresh for World Cup

Pakistan’s tall left arm pacer Muhammad Irfan has had to reject lucrative offers to play in England and South Africa after his cricket board told him to stay fresh for the World Cup.

Younis Khan wants to play in ICC 2015 World Cup

Younis Khan wants to play in ICC 2015 World Cup

Pakistan's man of the match in the first Test win over Australia in Dubai, Younis Khan, is keen to play in next year's World Cup despite the national selectors sidelining him for the one-day series against the Australians.

Waqar Younis hopeful of Pakistan's chances in World Cup

Waqar Younis hopeful of Pakistan's chances in World Cup

Pakistan's head coach, Waqar Younis said he has moved on from the 2011 World Cup semi-final defeat to India and was hopeful that his team will go all the way in the upcoming World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

India placed very well for the World Cup: Sourav Ganguly

India placed very well for the World Cup: Sourav Ganguly

Former Indian captain Sourav Ganguly has said that the Men in Blue are peaking at the right time and are currently placed very well for the 2015 World Cup, where they will be looking to defend their 2011 title.

Younis Khan likely to quit ODIs before World Cup

Younis Khan likely to quit ODIs before World Cup

Senior Pakistan batsman Younis Khan is likely to retire from ODI cricket before next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, according to sources.

Zaheer Abbas wants Misbah to lead Pakistan till World Cup 2015

After facing criticism from many quarters, Pakistan Test and one-day captain Misbah-ul-Haq is now getting some support as well with former skipper Zaheer Abbas backing him to lead the side till the 2015 World Cup.

Kiwi batting coach Bob Carter joins new `high-performance` NZC role

New Zealand batting coach Bob Carter has reportedly left his job with the team to take up a high-performance role with New Zealand Cricket (NZC) in Christchurch.

New Zealand tour will help in preparing for 2015 World Cup, says MS Dhoni

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni feels that the upcoming tour of New Zealand will be an ideal exposure trip for his young brigade as it prepares to defend the World Cup, which will be held in just over a year`s time in the Trans-Tasman nations.

PCB chief backs Misbah to lead Pakistan till WC

The Pakistan Cricket Board chief Najam Sethi on Thursday reposed his full faith in Misbah-ul-Haq and backed the under-fire skipper to continue to lead the side till the 2015 World Cup.