India, growing in confidence with every match, thrashed Bangladesh by 109 runs on Thursday in the quarter-finals of the World Cup.
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Grant Elliott knows his place in the Black Caps bowling order.
He's got the keys to Wellington and Brendon McCullum did his best to repay the honour with the bat, hitting 77 runs off 25 balls to blitz England's respected pace attack all about Wellington Regional Stadium yesterday afternoon.
England were knocked out of the World Cup by a spirited Bangladesh who grabbed a quarter-final spot following a dramatic 15-run victory in a tight Pool A match in Adelaide.
All-rounder JP Duminy claimed a hat-trick as South Africa stormed into the World Cup semi-finals with a comprehensive nine-wicket victory over Sri Lanka at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday.
It's meant to be all about the seamers at Wellington Regional Stadium.
New Zealand pace bowler Adam Milne was expected to take a full part in training this afternoon as he completes his recovery from a shoulder injury.
Black Caps match-winner Kane Williamson says his team's stellar round robin form is ancient history and there's no room for complacency against the West Indies.
Australia finished second in Pool A after Mitchell Starc bowled the World Cup co-hosts to a seven-wicket victory against Scotland in a match that lasted just 41 overs at the Bellerive Oval on Saturday.
Johnson Charles and Jonathan Carter scored half centuries as West Indies kept alive their hopes of securing a World Cup quarter-finals berth with a six-wicket victory over United Arab Emirates at McLean Park in Napier on Sunday.
Pakistan grabbed a World Cup quarter-final berth on Sunday following their seven-wicket victory against Ireland that also cleared West Indies' last eight passage from Pool B.
Seven Sikh cricket fans were barred from entering Eden Park to watch India play Zimbabwe in a Cricket World Cup match on Saturday because they were wearing kirpans.
After an enthralling period of pool play, the Cricket World Cup heads into the knock-out phases this week.
The World Cup keeps delivering the perfect valedictory for Daniel Vettori. Most of the time it's with the ball, this time it was with the bat, playing the crucial cameo of 16 from 10 balls to see New Zealand to a three-wicket victory over Bangladesh, chasing down the target of 289 with seven balls to spare.
A tournament favourite receives what appears a welcome challenge, almost ends up on the wrong end of an upset, but eventually chases down a testing total to progress from pool play unbeaten.
New Zealand have won the toss and chosen to bowl against Bangladesh in their World Cup match in Hamilton today.
South Africa's bowlers backed up a solid batting performance led by captain AB de Villiers' 99 to ensure they qualified for the knockout phase of the World Cup with a 146-run victory over United Arab Emirates at Wellington Regional Stadium.
Brendon McCullum asked a curious question of Mitchell McClenaghan after one delivery in the nets on Wednesday morning at Seddon Park.
Shakib Al Hasan has endured a torrid year but, as the man generally considered Bangladesh's finest cricketer, his presence shapes as pivotal to his country's chances of defeating New Zealand at Seddon Park today.
Bangladesh spin coach Ruwan Kalpage delivered a courteous sledge to New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum yesterday, saying he expected him to be out early in tomorrow's final World Cup pool game for both teams.