With New Zealand at the cusp of World Cup glory, former captain Martin Crowe has said the Black Caps will have to dig deep into their resources if they have to beat Australia as it will be a "high emotion" title clash between the trans-Tasman rivals.
New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill on Saturday said he was amused at West Indies opener Chris Gayle's 'welcome to the 200 league' gesture after cracking a whirlwind knock of 237 runs in a cricket World Cup quarter-final here.
New Zealand great Martin Crowe says fast and accurate swing bowling will be the key to the "smoothly flowing" Indian cricket team's fortunes as it prepares to enter the knockout stage of the ongoing cricket World Cup.
Former Pakistan captain Rashid Latif has made a strong plea to the International Cricket Council (ICC) to revise the fielding restrictions rule in One-day Internationals in a bid to stop devaluation of former greats' achievements.
New Zealand great Martin Crowe was inducted into Cricket`s Hall of Fame on Saturday, the terminally ill former batsman describing it as a "great honour" and prompting a standing ovation from 40,000 fans at Eden Park.
New Zealand great Martin Crowe has vowed not even life-threatening cancer will stop him from being among an expected capacity crowd at Auckland`s Eden Park on Saturday to watch the Black Caps face Australia in an eagerly-anticipated World Cup clash.
Slamming Australian opener David Warner for his "thuggish" behaviour in recent times, former New Zealand captain Martin Crowe has said that it's time cricket takes a cue from football and introduces yellow and red cards for on-field misconduct.
Having been on the receiving end of Australian opener David Warner`s fiery temper, England batsman Joe Root sees logic in Kiwi great Martin Crowe`s call for a soccer-like card system to curb player misbehaviour.
Cricket great Martin Crowe has picked a New Zealand v South Africa final in the World Cup starting next month, saying Wednesday he was determined to follow the tournament after once fearing he would not live out 2014.
Former New Zealand cricket captain Martin Crowe, whose innovative leadership and sparkling batting energised their 1992 World Cup campaign, is determined to witness the 2015 showpiece after having doubts he would even seen out last year.