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ICC Cricket World Cup - Australia v Pakistan

Pakistan announce 'robust review' amid World Cup struggle

The Pakistan team under captain Sarfaraz Ahmed have failed to live up to their country's expectations and there will be a "robust review" of their performance in the last three years, the Pakistan Cricket Board said on Wednesday.

ICC Cricket World Cup - West Indies v Bangladesh

Australia hope to dismiss red-hot Shakib early, says Carey

Australia have no special plans for Bangladesh's batsmen ahead of Thursday's World Cup match at Trent Bridge, but dismissing the in-form Shakib Al Hasan early on could hold the key to victory, wicketkeeper Alex Carey said on Wednesday.

ICC Cricket World Cup - England v Afghanistan

Shahidi shrugged off bouncer blow to stop mum worrying

Afghanistan's Hashmatullah Shahidi has said he disregarded medical advice and kept on batting after taking a bouncer to the helmet in Tuesday's World Cup defeat by England because he did not want his mother to worry.

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Wood hails 'amazing' Morgan after Afghanistan demolition

Wood hails 'amazing' Morgan after Afghanistan demolition

(Reuters) - Fast bowler Mark Wood prefers putting his feet up in the dressing room before his bowling workload but he made an exception on Tuesday to witness an astonishing display of power-hitting by captain Eoin Morgan in Manchester.

Australia's Stoinis 'a chance' to play against Bangladesh

Australia's Stoinis 'a chance' to play against Bangladesh

(Reuters) - All-rounder Marcus Stoinis is not guaranteed to play against Bangladesh on Thursday but is being retained in Australia's Cricket World Cup squad after fighting his way back to fitness, coach Justin Langer has confirmed.

Morgan's record-breaking six-fest helps England crush Afghanistan

Morgan's record-breaking six-fest helps England crush Afghanistan

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Eoin Morgan rewrote the record books on Tuesday, clobbering 17 sixes - the most in a one-day international innings - in a blistering century as England crushed Afghanistan by 150 runs in their World Cup match at Old Trafford.

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