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Tickets as low as 20 U.S. cents for the 2011 cricket World Cup were in the first phase of sales.
More than 100,000 tickets were released in the first phase for the event co-hosted by India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh from Feb. 19 to April 2.
India’s cricket chiefs were Monday awaiting a report on the pitch fiasco in New Delhi which led to a match being abandoned, as fears grew for World Cup matches being held in the Indian capital in 2011.
The fifth and final one-dayer between Ind
New Zealand’s cricket team wants coach Andy Moles sacked, and claim captain Daniel Vettori has effectively been filling the role for the last six months, a report said Thursday.
An unnamed source said senior players claimed Moles had not provid
Kevin Pietersen was Thursday included in England’s one-day and Test squads for the upcoming tour of South Africa.
The South African-born star batsman is still recovering from surgery on his achilles tendon, which he underwent in July, and will
South Africa will be in Group B for the 2011 World Cup Also in Group B are India, England and the West Indies.
This was decided at the conclusion of the two day ICC Board meeting in Johannesburg on Wednesday.
The results of day two me
An undefeated 105 for Shane Watson and a dropped catch saw Australia retain the ICC Champions Trophy when they beat New Zealand by six wickets in the final at Supersport Park on Monday.
Although it was a convincing victory, New Zealand put up
Australia captain Ricky Ponting has told his team to get ready for “big moments” in the Champions Trophy final against New Zealand here on Monday.
Defending champions Australia are the only unbeaten team in the tournament, having defeated the W
New Zealand will adopt a familiar role of underdogs when they confront title holders and hot favourites Australia Monday in the ICC Champions Trophy final.
Form and tradition are stacked against the ‘Black Caps’, but that will not concern skipp
New Zealand reached the Champions Trophy final with a five-wicket victory over Pakistan on Saturday.
Pakistan 233-9 in 50 overs; New Zealand 234-5 in 47.5 overs
Former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja wants his cricket board