Uncertainty written large on crisis-ridden West Indies cricket
Uncertainty written large on crisis-ridden West Indies cricket

The fate of West Indies cricket is clearly in jeopardy after the abrupt termination of their India tour. If the crisis is not resolved soon, even their participation in the upcoming World Cup will be in doubt.

India-Australia final ideal for 2015 Cricket World Cup: Ricky Ponting
India-Australia final ideal for 2015 Cricket World Cup: Ricky Ponting

Two-time World Cup winning captain Ricky Ponting said Saturday that an India-Australia clash will serve up as an ideal final for the 2015 World Cup to be held in his country and New Zealand from Feb 14 to Mar 29.

South Africa seek Cricket World Cup edge in New Zealand
South Africa seek Cricket World Cup edge in New Zealand

South Africa opens a one-day series against New Zealand on Tuesday looking to strike a psychological blow against the Black Caps ahead of the Cricket World Cup early next year.

Sri Lankan cricketers concerned about skills training ahead of India tour
Sri Lankan cricketers concerned about skills training ahead of India tour

With the breaking of the news of Sri Lanka Cricket and the BCCI agreeing to a five-match ODI series, the Lankan players appeared to be concerned about their skills training required for the series.

In my opinion, Shahid Afridi shouldn't be in team: Ejaz Butt
In my opinion, Shahid Afridi shouldn't be in team: Ejaz Butt

Former chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board Ejaz Butt doesn't appear to have forgotten his three-year-old dispute with flamboyant allrounder Shahid Afridi as he said that the former captain didn't deserve to be in the national team.

Australia hand coach Darren Lehmann contract extension
Australia hand coach Darren Lehmann contract extension

Australia coach Darren Lehmann has been rewarded for his integral role in turning around the fortunes of the team with a one-year contract extension until June, 2017, Cricket Australia said on Friday.

Sourav Ganguly confident of India defending Cricket World Cup title
Sourav Ganguly confident of India defending Cricket World Cup title

Former India captain Sourav Ganguly is confident that India will defend the Cricket World Cup title next year Down Under. Known for his astute judgement and reading of the game, Ganguly said that India, under captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni, is still a team to beat in the One-Day format.

Saeed Ajmal bowls with revamped action under Saqlain Mushtaq's supervision
Saeed Ajmal bowls with revamped action under Saqlain Mushtaq's supervision

Pakistan's suspended off-spinner, Saeed Ajmal on Wednesday for the first time bowled with his revamped action under the supervision of Saqlain Mushtaq.

AB de Villiers believes South Africa have 'little bit of edge' over Australia
AB de Villiers believes South Africa have 'little bit of edge' over Australia

South Africa captain AB de Villiers is of the opinion that his team does have a little bit of an edge over Australia despite being wary of a backlash following their recent win in Zimbabwe.

AB de Villiers brands New Zealand as 'one of the favourites' to win next year's World Cup
AB de Villiers brands New Zealand as 'one of the favourites' to win next year's World Cup

South Africa cricket team captain AB de Villiers has branded New Zealand as one of the favourites to win next year's Cricket World Cup.

Dale Steyn says winning Cricket World Cup his 'top priority'
Dale Steyn says winning Cricket World Cup his 'top priority'

South African pace express Dale Steyn has said that winning the Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand is his top priority.

James Anderson says England always had faith in Alastair Cook
James Anderson says England always had faith in Alastair Cook

England's players were convinced Alastair Cook was always going to captain them at next year's World Cup, senior paceman James Anderson said.

Waqar Younis questions ICC's crackdown timing against chucking ahead of World Cup
Waqar Younis questions ICC's crackdown timing against chucking ahead of World Cup

Pakistan's cricket team head coach Waqar Younis has questioned the timing of the International Cricket Council's ( ICC) crackdown against chucking just months away from the World Cup and has suggested that rules on bowling actions could be relaxed for spinners.

India discards who can make a difference in 2015 World Cup

Under the captaincy of Mahendra Singh Dhoni, reigning champions India will look to defend their title during the 2015 ICC World Cup, which is hardly four months away. 

Graeme Smith believes Proteas have excellent chance of winning 2015 World Cup
Graeme Smith believes Proteas have excellent chance of winning 2015 World Cup

Former South Africa captain Graeme Smith believes that the current squad has an excellent chance of becoming the new world champions.

Former players speak up on Younis Khan's ouster
Former players speak up on Younis Khan's ouster

After Younis Khan's salvo fired at former players for not speaking out on his axing from the national one-day squad, some of them have decided to speak up and said the senior batsman deserved better treatment and more respect from the cricket authorities.

Miffed Younus Khan offers to step aside from Tests
Miffed Younus Khan offers to step aside from Tests

Former Pakistan captain and senior batsman Younus Khan has offered to step aside from the test squad after being axed for next month`s one-day series against Australia in the United Arab Emirates.

Marvan Atapattu eyes Sri Lanka World Cup glory
Marvan Atapattu eyes Sri Lanka World Cup glory

New Sri Lanka coach Marvan Atapattu targeted more success Friday for cricket`s reigning T20 champions in next year`s 50 over World Cup, saying morale was on a high.

Afghanistan raring for maiden cricket World Cup
Afghanistan raring for maiden cricket World Cup

Afghanistan is eagerly awaiting its debut in the ICC cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, as the side spends four weeks Down Under to prepare for the upcoming tournament.

Javed Miandad says Saeed Ajmal not essential to Pakistan's Cricket World Cup hopes
Javed Miandad says Saeed Ajmal not essential to Pakistan's Cricket World Cup hopes

Batting legend Javed Miandad said Thursday Pakistan could still win next year`s World Cup even if star spinner Saeed Ajmal remained suspended due to a chucking ban.