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Live Report - Afghanistan v South Africa

Welcome to ESPNcricinfo's live updates on today's World Cup encounter from Cardiff. Both South Africa and Afghanistan are searching for their first win. Whose day will it be? (Please refresh your page if the blog doesn't load.)To help make this website better, to improv

Analysis, social media chatter and plenty of silliness from the World Cup 2019

Live report - Australia v Sri Lanka

Analysis, social media chatter and plenty of silliness from the World Cup 2019. If the blog isn't loading for you, please refresh. Also, you can follow ball-by-ball commentary of the game hereTo help make this website better, to improve and personalize your experience a

Light showers are forecast for Sunday in Manchester, but the indications are that we will have a proper contest

India v Pakistan: will rain affect the World Cup's biggest rivalry?

Ajit Agarkar, Daren Ganga, Cyrus Broacha and the Runorder crew discuss whether this could be Pakistan's best opportunity to finally beat India in a World Cup fixture (5:01)Old Trafford wore a soggy look at 10am on Friday. Overhead, it was grey. It wasn't cold, but there

Twice in this tournament, not changing the way they have batted for the conditions, or state of the game, has cost them

Kimber: The talent is there but West Indies need to rethink ODI batting

The West Indies' first two was in the 17th over of the innings.Some of that is down to the fact that Chris Gayle is ancient, and they have replaced his hamstrings with biscuits. They are stiff, but they also crumble. But it's also about the way the West Indies play. Sin

Australia's limited-overs captain feels the batsmen who got opportunities to replace him in the Test side have done well enough to retain their places

Aaron Finch not expecting Ashes call-up

Aaron Finch has been giving Australia rapid starts at the World Cup, but he has all but given up on his professional stay in England extending past mid-July and into the Ashes. On the eve of Australia's fifth World Cup match, against Sri Lanka at The Oval, Finch was ask

Bangladesh have a 7-2 record against West Indies over the last 12 months, but their bowling coach knows their next meeting in Taunton will be the one that counts

'We have to do it all over again' - Courtney Walsh

Bangladesh's dominance over West Indies in the last twelve months has provided one of the foundation stones of their confidence coming into the World Cup. They have won seven out of nine ODI meetings in this period, winning bilateral series both home and away, and blank

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