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Virat Kohli misses but walks and spirit of comradeship shines through | Tanya Aldred

World Cup game at Old Trafford watched by a billion people proves a triumph while India’s captain becomes fastest man to 11,000 ODI runs before his unnecessary exit against PakistanIt might have been peak Virat Kohli. With a fatly idolatrous crowd, the…

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Superb Kuldeep Yadav puts Pakistan in a spin to turn match India’s way

• India 336-5; Pakistan 212-6. India win by 89 runs (D/L)• Rohit Sharma hits 140 to guide India to big totalIn the end the game was settled in three deliveries. They came just when the ebb and flow of play was beginning to run Pakistan’s way and turned…

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India v Pakistan: Cricket World Cup 2019 – live!

Keep up with all the action from Old TraffordListen to the latest Spin podcastFeel free to email Tim or to tweet @TimdeLisle 10.11am BST India 1 Rohit Sharma, 2 KL Rahul, 3 Virat Kohli (capt), 4 VJ Shankar, 5 MS Dhoni (wkt), 6 Hardik Pandya, 7 Kedar J…

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India v Pakistan: Mickey Arthur tells his players they can be heroes

• Pakistan coach Arthur plays up his side’s unpredictability• Virat Kohli focuses on India’s strengthsThe Pakistan coach, Mickey Arthur, has promised his young side they will go down in history if they can “produce the perfect game” and beat India for …

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Not just cricket: India and Pakistan prepare to renew rivalry at World Cup

• ‘Electric’ atmosphere anticipated at Old Trafford on Sunday• Some 800,000 fans applied for 26,000-capacity matchIt is a match that – on the surface at least – is just one of 48 at this rain-splattered Cricket World Cup. But when India and Pakistan fa…

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India v New Zealand: rain delay at Cricket World Cup 2019 – live!

Cricket World Cup 2019 updates from Trent BridgeCounty cricket – live! Follow all the latest newsFeel free to email Adam or to tweet: @GeoffLemonSport 2.15pm BST “Afternoon Geoff,” writes Simon McMahon. “In the absence of any actual cricket, I’m gettin…

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The Spin | India v Sri Lanka at Mumbai in 1987 was the first truly modern ODI

Largely forgotten match saw both teams score at more than seven an over, something which is now more commonplaceWhen England successfully chased a target of 359 to win the third ODI against Pakistan at Bristol last month it was the third time in five d…

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David Warner’s caution and Usman Khawaja’s demotion stump Australia | Geoff Lemon

The World Cup defeat by India shows things are clearly amiss with Australia’s batting and their returning championWhat – and I cannot stress this enough – the hell was that all about? A common narrative during this World Cup has been that Australia are…

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India’s Shikhar Dhawan leaves Australia with a mountain too high to climb

• India 352-5; Australia 316; India win by 36 runs• Australia’s Alex Carey goes on attack but runs out of partnersAlex Carey, batting at No 7, gave India some concern but Australia’s attempt at a record World Cup chase of 353 fell short by 36 runs.Stev…

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India v Australia: Cricket World Cup 2019 – live!

Updates from the game at the OvalListen to the Spin podcast | World Cup tableAny thoughts? Email or tweet @JPHowcroft 10.48am BST 4th over: India 11-0 (Rohit 7, Dhawan 3) Starc looks to be nearing his rhythm, sending down a classic one-two combination …

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Australia training halted at Oval after net bowler taken to hospital

• Shot by Australia’s David Warner hits net bowler on head• ICC spokesman said bowler was ‘conscious when he left’ OvalThe Australia captain, Aaron Finch, said David Warner was “shaken up” after his drive hit a net bowler in the head as they prepared f…

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India’s government steps in after ICC asks MS Dhoni to remove army insignia

• Minister urges country’s cricket board to resolve issue• Dhoni wore insignia on his gloves in World Cup gameThe International Cricket Council has asked India’s MS Dhoni to remove an army insignia from his wicketkeeping gloves, prompting New Delhi to …

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South Africa on the brink after India condemn them to third defeat

• South Africa 227-9, India 230-4• Rohit Sharma century guides India to six-wicket victoryStrike three, you’re just about out. This is the looming fate for South Africa after their six-wicket defeat by India – a third loss in the space of a week to beg…

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South Africa v India: Cricket World Cup 2019 – live!

World Cup updates from Southampton, 10.30am BST startDale Steyn ruled out of World Cup with shoulder injuryAnd you can mail Adam or tweet @collinsadam 10.15am BST Right, those teams. South Africa lost Ngidi through injury; Shamsi is in for him – makes…

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When Kapil Dev hit 175 and inspired India to their first Cricket World Cup

India won their first Cricket World Cup in 1983. They might have gone out at the group stage were it not for Dev’s record inningsBy Steven Pye for That 1980s Sports BlogKapil Dev wasn’t quite walking into the last-chance saloon when he made his way to …

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Virat Kohli on South Africa’s woes and being called ‘immature’ by Kagiso Rabada – video

India’s captain Virat Kohli brushed aside criticism from Kagiso Rabada after the South African cricketer said he ‘comes across as very immature’.Rabada told the Cricket Monthly that while Kohli is a ‘phenomenal player’, ‘he can’t take the abuse’.Kohli …

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The Joy of Six: calamitous Cricket World Cup campaigns

From Australia and South Africa choking at home to India’s 2007 shock and England’s woes, half a dozen CWC nightmaresThe year 2007 changed cricket, a transformation that pivoted on India’s performance in its two international tournaments – their early …

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Cricket World Cup 2019: latest standings

Check out the full table for the 2019 Cricket World Cup, updated after each game throughout the tournament Continue reading…

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Cricket World Cup 2019: a quick guide to this year’s tournament – video

Eoin Morgan’s England side go into the 2019 Cricket World Cup as favourites and are hoping to fend off the other nine teams looking to be crowned champions. Here’s a quick video guide to this year’s tournamentCricket World Cup 2019: Guardian writers’ p…

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Cricket World Cup 2019: Guardian writers’ predictions

Victory for England, fireworks from Chris Gayle and a Sri Lankan meltdown: our pundits set out their forecasts for a month and a half of ODIsVic Marks Australia. England may have the batsmen but Australia, if they’re fit and firing, have the bowlers in…