Australia vs Sri Lanka – Stats & Review

Australia vs Sri Lanka was the battle for number 2 slot in their pool at SCG, Australia. Winning the toss, Australia opted to bat first and lost both their openers under 10 overs. Smith & Clarke made a solid base for a big score. They both scored fifties & added 134 runs off 140 balls for 3rd wicket before they got dismissed…

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Australia vs Afghanistan – Stats & Review

Australia was searching for their 2nd win in this World Cup & they did that comprehensively when they battled against Afghanistan at the WACA, Perth. Afghanistan won the toss and asked Australia to bat first. The story is quite similar with the first match as the minnow team won the toss & decided to bowl, got…

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New Zealand vs Australia – Stats & Review

Auckland was all set to witness the contest between the two hosts and favourites to win this world cup, Australia & New Zealand. It was expected to be a nail biting finish and these two teams delivered the same. Australia decided to bat first and got a flying start with the run rate of over 10 before Finch was bowled out by Southee at the…

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Australia – They Never Fail To Begin Without The Favourites Tag

  It has been more than 5 World Cups and decades that I have been following Cricket and there has been not a single instance where the Aussies haven’t been tagged as favourites. Have they justified this tag? Hell yes, Champions 3 consecutive times and finalists once! But post WC11…

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Australia

Australia ODI WC Squad George Bailey Michael Clarke (Captain) Patrick Cummins Xavier Doherty James Faulkner Aaron Finch Brad Haddin (Wicket-Keeper) Josh Hazlewood Mitchell Johnson Mitchell Marsh Glenn Maxwell Steve Smith Mitchell Starc David Warner Shane Watson Coach: Darren Lehmann

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Groups

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 will be held in Australia and New Zealand. The World Cup 2015 will involve the participation of 14 cricketing nations. The teams are divided into two pools: Pool A Pool B England South Africa Australia India Sri Lanka Pakistan Bangladesh West Indies New Zealand…

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