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16 Feb 2011

England get warm-up scare

Canada almost pulled of a sensational upset in England's first warm-up match for the ICC World Cup.

15 Feb 2011

England's World Cup warm-up woes

In the build-up to the ICC (International Cricket Council) World Cup tournament England's bowlers continue to struggle for fitness with Stuart Broad now struck down by illness and the start of the tournament less than a week away.

14 Feb 2011

Broad: World Cup momentum is key

Stuart Broad insists he is 100% fit and has highlighted England’s ICC World Cup warm-up fixtures as crucial to regain some momentum ahead of the tournament.

11 Feb 2011

World Cup runners & riders

The Cricket World Cup, which kicks off on 19 February, could be one of the most open for years. We've picked out a few teams we think may have a say in destination of the trophy.

09 Feb 2011

Tutu & Flintoff join MCC

MCC has awarded Honorary Life Membership to The Most Reverend Desmond Tutu and former England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff.

08 Feb 2011

Bopara replaces Morgan for World Cup

England have confirmed that Eoin Morgan will miss the ICC World Cup with a broken finger. Essex all-rounder Ravi Bopara replaces him in the squad.

07 Feb 2011

Australia finish ODI series in style

England’s 2010-11 Ashes tour came to a limp end as Australia rounded up a 6-1 One Day International series win, while Eoin Morgan’s ICC World Cup dream could be over.

07 Feb 2011

Sri Lanka continue to impress

Sri Lanka wrapped up a comfortable series victory over the West Indies with a 26-run win in the second One Day International at the SSC Ground in Colombo.

03 Feb 2011

Taylor: 'England women moving forward'

Despite losing the Ashes Down Under this winter Claire Taylor believes the England Women's side is on the right path ahead of another competitive summer.

03 Feb 2011

Sri Lanka crush West Indies

Upul Tharanga made a century as Lord’s-bound Sri Lanka finally overcame both the West Indies and the weather to record victory in the second One Day International.

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