ICC World Cup 2015, Day 2: 6-0, Federer and other talking points
ICC World Cup 2015, Day 2: 6-0, Federer and other talking points

India-Pakistan blockbuster match headlined the second day at 2015 ICC World Cup Down Under on Sunday. Historical burden continues to bogged down Pakistan and succumbed to clam and collective Indians in front of a packed Adelaide Oval crowd, mostly traveling fans from the Indian sub-continent.

England could be dark horses at this year's World Cup
England could be dark horses at this year's World Cup

Chris Woakes took five for 19 as England claimed a comfortable nine-wicket victory in their first official World Cup warm-up match after dismissing a hapless West Indies for 122 in 29.3 overs on Monday.

Tri-series, India vs England: I don't think we batted well, says MS Dhoni
Tri-series, India vs England: I don't think we batted well, says MS Dhoni

His decision to bat first backfired on Tuesday as India were dismissed for a paltry 153 against England and skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni put the blame on his batsmen for their nine-wicket loss in their second ODI of the cricket tri-series here.

Tough to balance between ODI series and World Cup: Angus Fraser

England national selector Angus Fraser feels the upcoming five-match ODI series against India will be a tough one as the two teams will not just look to compete but also build up to the 2015 World Cup.

Johnson confirms giving advice to Finn during Ashes

Australian pace spearhead Mitchell Johnson advised out of form England pacer Steve Finn how to make a comeback.

Steve Finn backs England to `rise in key moments` during Ashes series

England pace bowler Steven Finn has said that his side`s ability to overcome adversity and deal with pressure was the difference between them and Australia during the earlier Ashes series.

Finn bribed with booze to save Test

Fast bowler Steve Finn was bribed with wine by his teammates, Alastair Cook and James Anderson to become England`s record-breaking night watchman to save the Dunedin Test against New Zealand.

Steve Finn looking to make impact in first Test against New Zealand

England pace man Steven Finn thinks he can bowl faster, bouncier and straighter off his new, shortened run-up.

Finn brushes off fears over England’s form after warm up defeat

England fast bowler Steve Finn has said their shock warm-up defeat against the New Zealand XI would have no affect on their preparation ahead of the first Test match.

India`s rearguard action was frustrating: Steve Finn

Describing as "frustrating" India`s rearguard resistance led by Ravichandran Ashwin which thwarted England`s bid for an innings victory, English pacer Steve Finn Saturday credited the bowlers for "sticking to the plans".

India vs England 2012: Hosts on the brink of another humiliating defeat

A spineless India were on the verge of a second successive humiliating defeat in their own backyard against England who were within sniffing distance of an emphatic victory in the third cricket Test here on Saturday.

Cook hints at replacing Broad with Finn for Eden Test

With pacer Stuart Broad going wicketless so far in the cricket Test series against India, England captain Alastair Cook Tuesday hinted at playing Steve Finn in the Eden Gardens Test beginning Wednesday.

Steve Finn ruled out of first Test against India

England on Wednesday suffered a blow with paceman Steve Finn being ruled out of the first Test against India starting here from Thursday after failing to recover from his right thigh strain.

England sweat on Finn fitness

England sweated on the fitness of their injured fast bowler Steven Finn ahead of their opening Test match against India at the Motera Stadium from November 15 to 19.

The top 5 things riding minds of England cricketers during India tour

Making sure that the `Kevin Pietersen situation` stays low-key is one of the five things riding the minds of the England cricket players touring India, as further distractions are the last thing they need while they prepare for their three-month long tour.

Steve Finn to miss remainder of warm-up game due to leg injury

England fast bowler Steve Finn has been ruled out of the remainder of their opening tour game against India A because of the thigh injury he sustained on the first day.

‘Hurt’ Finn warns doubters to write off England during India tour at own peril

England fast bowler Steve Finn has said the players were pained after they were whitewashed 5-0 by India in the one-day series on their home turf, and warned doubters to write off the young team at their own peril.

England recalls Anderson as cover for Finn for T20 series

England has recalled pacer James Anderson as a cover for Steve Finn for the Twenty20 series against South Africa.

Finn confident of breaking speed gun

England speedster Steve Finn is consistently bowling at 94mph, making him one of the quickest bowlers in the world.