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  • Australia v Sri Lanka: Cricket World Cup – as it happened - The Guardian
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">The GuardianAustralia v Sri Lanka: Cricket World Cup – as it happenedThe GuardianWith him went most of Sri Lanka's remaining chance of winning, though Angelo Mathews (35) also battled hard. It wasn't all smooth sailing for Australia, either. Shane Watson went at over 10 per over and Xavier Doherty was on the receiving end of ...
  • Live Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia v Sri Lanka - Sydney Morning Herald
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">Sydney Morning HeraldLive Cricket World Cup 2015: Australia v Sri LankaSydney Morning Herald10:35pm: A remarkable game of cricket, with brilliant batting performances, most notably from Glenn Maxwell, Kumar Sangakkara, Tilakaratne Dilshan, Dinesh Chandimal, Shane Watson, Steve Smith and Michael Clarke. Lasith Malinga and Mitchell Star were ...Australian cricketer branded a 'fag' at Sri Lanka cricket matchPinkNewsAustralia cricketer Glenn Maxwell labeled 'fag' by Sri Lanka fan at Sydney matchGay Star NewsWorld sees Australia's blind spotESPNcricinfo.comABC Online -The Daily Telegraph -cricket.com.auall 102 news articles »
  • The oldest Australian in a World Cup final - ESPNcricinfo.com
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">ESPNcricinfo.comThe oldest Australian in a World Cup finalESPNcricinfo.com37 Brad Haddin's age (37 years, 157 days), making him the oldest Australia player to feature in a World Cup final. The previous oldest Australian was Glenn McGgrath (37 years, 78 days) when he played the 2007 final. The oldest man to play in a World ...
  • England at the Cricket World Cup - The Economist (blog)
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">The Economist (blog)England at the Cricket World CupThe Economist (blog)The gap was filled by ODI games in Sri Lanka in November-December, and a tri-series warm-up in Australia, with the hosts and India. By the time of their first World Cup game, it was reasoned, England would have a settled one-day side, be attuned to the ...and more »
  • Cricket World Cup 2015: India 'ready for anything' from Australia - BBC Sport
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">BBC SportCricket World Cup 2015: India 'ready for anything' from AustraliaBBC SportIndia will not be daunted by Thursday's World Cup semi-final against Australia whether the Sydney pitch favours pace or spin, says opener Rohit Sharma. South Africa's spinners took seven Sri Lanka wickets in last week's quarter-final at the Sydney ...
  • World Cup Cricket: Sri Lanka v South Africa - The Australian
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">The AustralianWorld Cup Cricket: Sri Lanka v South AfricaThe AustralianBoth teams won four matches and lost two in the group stage, with South Africa placing second behind defending champion India in Pool B and Sri Lanka placing third in Pool A behind co-hosts New Zealand and Australia. Wednesday's match is the first of ...
  • Cricket World Cup 2015: Five Kiwis, three Aussies in BBC World Cup team - Sydney Morning Herald
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">Sydney Morning HeraldCricket World Cup 2015: Five Kiwis, three Aussies in BBC World Cup teamSydney Morning HeraldThe Blacks Caps have progressed through the tournament unbeaten - beating Australia in the group stage. The BBC XI. Brendon McCullum (New Zealand, captain). Martin Guptill (New Zealand). Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka, wicketkeeper). Steve Smith ...ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: No Indian player features in BBC XICricket Countryall 22 news articles »
  • Five things New Zealand must do to win - ESPNcricinfo.com
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">ESPNcricinfo.comFive things New Zealand must do to winESPNcricinfo.comAustralia have played six finals. They have won the four they have played against teams which have previously appeared in a World Cup final (1987 v England, 1999 v Pakistan, 2003 v India, 2007 v Sri Lanka), and lost against the two first-time finalists ...
  • Captain Clarke bows out a world champion - cricket.com.au
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">cricket.com.auCaptain Clarke bows out a world championcricket.com.auAn ailing body, a group of sceptical selectors and an unlikely deadline stood between Clarke and his involvement in this World Cup, and with Australia not playing another ODI series until after the Ashes, his future in the format appeared clouded at ...
  • Australia and the art of making World Cup finals no contests - Hindustan Times
    acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">Hindustan TimesAustralia and the art of making World Cup finals no contestsHindustan TimesBorrowing from football and mangling a Gary Linekar line: ODI cricket is a simple game. Twenty-two play and at ... Australia finished with victory over Sri Lanka in a rain-shortened final at the Kensington Oval in Bridgetown, Barbados. The win gave ...