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The God and the godfather: Twitter erupts after ICC chairman Srinivasan gets booed at Melbourne
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The God and the godfather: Twitter erupts after ICC chairman Srinivasan gets booed at Melbourne

When Mark Nicholas read out the names of those on the dais, N Srinivasan was welcomed with a bellowing "boo" from the audience at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.

How is it Anushka's fault? Twitterati targets the actress over Virat Kohli's bad show
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How is it Anushka's fault? Twitterati targets the actress over Virat Kohli's bad show

Anushka Sharma was among the spectators to cheer for Kohli and the Indian team and looked disappointed when Kohli returned to pavilion early.

Pakistan chief selector Moin provided security after angry fans gather outside his house
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Pakistan chief selector Moin provided security after angry fans gather outside his house

Pakistan's under-fire chief selector, Moin Khan has been provided security by the police after angry cricket fans held demonstrations outside his residence in Defence Housing Authority.

World Cup: Sri Lanka captain Mathews says they won't take Bangladesh lightly
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World Cup: Sri Lanka captain Mathews says they won't take Bangladesh lightly

Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews is not taking Bangladesh lightly in Thursday's World Cup clash despite a superior record.

World Cup: Struggling Pak batsman Younis Khan denies tweeting about retirement
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World Cup: Struggling Pak batsman Younis Khan denies tweeting about retirement

Out of form senior Pakistan batsman Younis Khan denied on Wednesday tweeting a plan to retire from one-day internationals after the ongoing World Cup.

World Cup: New Zealand's Anderson expects sledging from Australia in Auckland clash
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World Cup: New Zealand's Anderson expects sledging from Australia in Auckland clash

New Zealand all-rounder Corey Anderson admits his players are braced for a verbal onslaught from Australia in their blockbuster World Cup clash in Auckland on Saturday.

World Cup: Moeen's all-round heroics help England register first win
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World Cup: Moeen's all-round heroics help England register first win

Moeen Ali's century set up England's opening win in the World Cup in Christchurch on Monday when they downed Scotland by 119 run in their Pool A clash.

World Cup: McCullum stunned by New Zealand's 'bizarre' win over England
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World Cup: McCullum stunned by New Zealand's 'bizarre' win over England

Record-breaking New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum said a crushingly lopsided World Cup win over England in Wellington on Friday was a "bizarre" achievement.

How India beat Pakistan in every World Cup match
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How India beat Pakistan in every World Cup match

Here's a recap of the the previous five India-Pakistan World Cup clashes.

From world champions to underdogs: India's transition is now complete
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From world champions to underdogs: India's transition is now complete

If someone asked you to honestly assess India's chances in the tournament, what would your answer be?

Our main job is to get Australia out, not to rile them up: Anderson
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Our main job is to get Australia out, not to rile them up: Anderson

Wily paceman James Anderson says England have no intention of provoking a sledging war with Australian firebrand David Warner in Saturday's high-profile World Cup opener.

Sri Lanka needs to reignite its fighting spirit: Mathews
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Sri Lanka needs to reignite its fighting spirit: Mathews

Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews has demanded an immediate end to the losing habit that has infected his side in the lead up to Saturday's World Cup opener against New Zealand in Christchurch.

On Valentine’s Day, England need to find some love for Mitch Johnson
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On Valentine’s Day, England need to find some love for Mitch Johnson

A poor record against Australia combined with a fresh, lively Johnson just makes England's task more difficult at the World Cup.

We have to overcome the Malinga factor to succeed against Sri Lanka: McCullum
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We have to overcome the Malinga factor to succeed against Sri Lanka: McCullum

Upbeat Brendon McCullum believes the New Zealand side he leads into the World Cup opener against Sri Lanka in Christchurch on Saturday is the best prepared Kiwi team he has known.

Photos: From the streets to the banks of the Ganga: World Cup fever grips India
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Photos: From the streets to the banks of the Ganga: World Cup fever grips India

From the streets to the banks of the Ganga: World Cup fever grips India

World Cup: Michael Clarke feared career was finished
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World Cup: Michael Clarke feared career was finished

Hobbled Australian captain Michael Clarke said Friday he feared his career was finished as he toiled to recover from hamstring surgery.

For India to succeed in World Cup 2015, Virat Kohli must bat at No. 4
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For India to succeed in World Cup 2015, Virat Kohli must bat at No. 4

Despite his poor run of form therefore, Kohli must bat at number four, to support his troubled captain and hold things together.

Looking forward to the fact that we get to enjoy home comforts: Bailey
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Looking forward to the fact that we get to enjoy home comforts: Bailey

Australia skipper George Bailey says he doesn't regard playing in a World Cup at home as being under pressure but rather a wonderful opportunity ahead of Saturday's opener with England in Melbourne.

Will let players play fair, aggressive game: Australia coach Darren Lehmann
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Will let players play fair, aggressive game: Australia coach Darren Lehmann

A day after the International Cricket Council (ICC) vowed to crack down on excessive sledging between players at the cricket World Cup, Australian coach Darren Lehmann said he will let his wards “play the games as they normally would”.

World Cup: Morgan's 'duck problems' worry England
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World Cup: Morgan's 'duck problems' worry England

England skipper Eoin Morgan will go into the World Cup desperately seeking form after registering a third duck in his last four innings in the four-wicket loss to Pakistan in a warmup match on Wednesday.