South Africa cannot afford any more mistakes at the World Cup and will need to win almost all their remaining seven games if they hope to qualify for the semi-finals, former all-rounder Jacques Kallis has said.
England made a confident start to their Cricket World Cup campaign as they crushed South Africa by 104 runs in the tournament opener at The Oval on Thursday.
A power-hitting West Indian side will provide the perfect opportunity to test bowling tactics in the final ‘death’ overs ahead of the Cricket World Cup, New Zealand bowling coach Shane Jurgensen has said.
Australia’s David Warner and Steve Smith were both jeered on Saturday in their first match against England following a year-long ban for ball-tampering in what could be a sign of things to come during the World Cup and Ashes.
Proteas Test star Temba Bavuma says he was disappointed not to have been considered for a World Cup place despite some strong performances with the bat on the local franchise scene. The 28-year-old was not on the radar of the selectors for the global spectacle, possibly because they do not consider him a natural limited-overs […]