February 2015


Results are just a small part of Afghanistan’s World Cup history

In October 2001 the United States and its allies made Afghanistan the chief battleground against global terrorism. Remarkably, running parallel with the roadside bombs, air strikes and the ever increasing rubble was the birth of the national cricket team with the country receiving ICC affiliate status in 2001. And yesterday, a mere 14 years after […]

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Glenn Maxwell could be Australia’s World Cup trump

The upcoming World Cup will likely to be the heaviest scoring tournament since the event was inaugurated in 1975. This year’s co-hosted event will be played on true surfaces on either side of the Tasman. Some of the grounds will feature boundaries that are little larger than what you would expect for an under-16 fixture. […]

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Who will be the World Cup’s leading run-scorer?

To be the leading run-scorer at a World Cup you pretty much have to bat in your side’s top-four and in this year’s event there is plenty of class at the top of the order. Co-host Australia will likely roll-out David Warner, Aaron Finch, Shane Watson and Steve Smith as its top four with Michael […]

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