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Host nations hit top gear ahead of ICC World Cup 2015

Australia and New Zealand are not only set to host the ICC World Cup 2015, but are also geared up to grab the opportunity with both hands to lift the coveted trophy. Zee News, 1 hour ago
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Aus bid to host women's World Cup

Video Image Sepp Blatter backs an Australian World Cup 0:26 Play video Controversial FIFA President Sepp Blatter says it is unfortunate Australia hasn't hosted a World Cup, backing a the tournament to be held downunder in the future Fox Sports 31 ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail8 hours ago Australia deserves to host soccer World Cup: Blatter  ABC Online19 hours ago Sepp Blatter backs an Australian World Cup hours ago Blatter tips Australian World Cup  BBC1 day ago
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West Indies arrive for Cricket World Cup campaign

A weary but upbeat West Indies side arrived here to begin preparations for the 2015 cricket World Cup. They arrived to a warm reception from fans and well-wishers Friday following a 12-hour flight from South Africa and are expected to get right down to their ...
 Zee News2 hours ago World Cup: Weary West Indies arrive in Australia  Oneindia6 hours ago Windies arrive for World Cup campaign  Antigua Observer7 hours ago Windies in Australia to prepare for World Cup  NewsHub South Africa13 hours ago
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Michael Clarke will return in Sydney club before World Cup

Australian captain Michael Clarke today will return in Sydney club before World Cup from hamstring injury. He was scored 51 and batting for almost three hours in a Sydney club match before slamming media reports of a rift with team-mates and ...
 Odisha Samaya10 hours ago Michael Clarke Doesn't Want to Rush World Cup Return  NDTV1 day ago Clarke to play club cricket in desperate bid to get fit before World Cup  The Witness15 hours ago Clarke back to prove fitness for World Cup  Yahoo! Maktoob News1 day ago

Dhonis expecting a World Cup baby

The stream of disappointing news has continued for Mahendra Singh Dhoni as far as the India team is concerned. It was first the Test series defeat and on Friday, it was the failure to qualify for the tri-series final. Throw in his sudden retirement ...
 Hindustan Times21 hours ago 'It's a catch-22 situation for India ahead of the World Cup'  Rediff.com1 day ago Dhoni insists underperforming India primed for World Cup  Dunya News1 day ago WORLD CUP SPECIAL: For One last time...  ABP Live2 days ago
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Just a few warm-up games is not proper preparation for the World Cup: Wasim Akram

Pakistan was beaten by New Zealand by seven wickets on Saturday. (Source: Reuters) Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram has expressed concerns over the national cricket team not getting enough matches and time to get acclimatised to the conditions ...
 Indian Express4 hours ago Pakistan not well prepared for World Cup, says Wasim Akram  Oneindia5 hours ago Not enough time or matches for Pakistan to prepare for World Cup: Wasim Akram  Jagran Post5 hours ago Mitchell Starc can shine in 2015 World Cup, says Pakistan legend Wasim Akram  DNA India1 day ago
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Australia, England look for bragging rights ahead of World Cup

PERTH: In what seems to be a dress rehearsal of their opening game in the World Cup, an unbeaten Australia take on England in the cricket tri-series final, here tomorrow. Having accumulated 15 points from four matches, the George Baily-led ...
 Economic Times10 hours ago Australia, England Look for Positive Tri-Series Result Ahead of World Cup  New Indian Express10 hours ago

Not surprised at India's ouster: Bailey

‘India know they have another couple of weeks in Australia before the World Cup’ ‘We play every game to win’  Indian players celebrate after a fall of a wicket. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images Australian captain George Bailey is not surprised that India did not qualify for the tri-series final and said that concentrating on Test cricket before heading into the ODI event might have been the reason for their below-par showing. India failed to win any of their ...
 Rediff.com5 hours ago Foolish to write off India in World Cup: Ex-NZ pacer Allott  Business Standard4 days ago 'It would be foolish to write off India in World Cup'  Rediff.com4 days ago

Poonam Pandey - The Craziest Cricket World Cup Fan Ever!

Mumbai: When India won the World Cup four years back in 2011, the only Indian who was ready to give it all was Poonam Pandey and when our country is hoping to see the magic of men in blue yet again in 2015, the Nasha actress is gearing up to spread ...
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World Cup 2015: Odds Stacked Heavily Against Ragged Team India

Despite recent losses, MS Dhoni remains confident of India's chances in the World Cup. AFP Just two weeks ahead of World Cup 2015 , there is bad news for Team India fans. Following their abysmal showing in the tri-nation ODI series involving ...
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