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  • Women's World Cup: England play New Zealand, aim for a third-place finish

    Women's World Cup: England play New Zealand, aim for a third-place finish

    Shrubsole, the leading wicket-taker in the tournament with 13 dismissals in five matches, suffered a side strain and did not bowl against the Kiwis in the inconsequential match on Wednesday, and her fitness will be a key for England. On the other ...

  • Stats and details for 1st World Cup semifinal

    Stats and details for 1st World Cup semifinal

    Tempers flared in the quarterfinal between New Zealand and South Africa last week and it may be a sign that this will be the World Cup where the Kiwis mean business.

  • Dominant Lankans up against spirited Kiwis

    Dominant Lankans up against spirited Kiwis

    Sri Lanka's brute batting force and shrewd bowling would be up against a sprightly New Zealand, aiming for a maiden summit clash berth in the World Cup, when the two sides clash in the first semifinal of the mega-event on Tuesday.

  • Waqar Younis hopes cricket returns to Pakistan

    Waqar Younis hopes cricket returns to Pakistan

    Coach Waqar Younis is hoping Pakistan's progress to the World Cup semifinals will help bring international cricket back to his home nation.

  • Kiwis hope Vettori gamble pays off vs South Africa

    Kiwis hope Vettori gamble pays off vs South Africa

    New Zealand hopes the return of skipper Daniel Vettori can inspire the team to victory over South Africa on Friday and take the Black Caps to a sixth World Cup semifinal.

  • New Zealand would like to finish in top two in group: Nathan

    New Zealand would like to finish in top two in group: Nathan

    Having assured themselves of a place in the quarterfinals of the World Cup, New Zealand will go into Friday's match against Sri Lanka with the aim to finish in top-two of group 'A', off-spinner Nathan McCullum said on Thursday.

  • Kiwis pin posters of fans in dressing room for motivation

    Kiwis pin posters of fans in dressing room for motivation

    The Kiwis have come up with a fine way to keep the team motivated. The walls of their dressing room at the Wankhede Stadium has images of die-hard Kiwi fans.

  • Kiwis, Sri Lanka battle for group honours

    Kiwis, Sri Lanka battle for group honours

    New Zealand and Sri Lanka will lock horns in a fierce tussle for final group positions in their final match of the World Cup knockout round on Friday.

  • New Zealand romp to 97-run win over Canada

    New Zealand romp to 97-run win over Canada

    New Zealand walked to an easy 97-run win over Canada in Mumbai and sealed their place in the quarter-finals. They romped unchallenged to 358 for 6 and then held Canada to 261 for 9 in reply.

  • Afridi looking for more from top order against Kiwis

    Afridi looking for more from top order against Kiwis

    Pakistan is leading Group A with three wins to start the World Cup, but the results have been tempered by concerns over the top of the order ahead of Tuesday's match against New Zealand.

  • Kiwis, Zimbabwe in crunch Cup clash

    Kiwis, Zimbabwe in crunch Cup clash

    New Zealand will look to stamp their authority on Zimbabwe when they take on the underdogs in a key World Cup match on Friday which could decide each team's quarter-final hopes.

  • Injury-hit Kiwis take day off from practice

    Injury-hit Kiwis take day off from practice

    Faced with injury woes and struggling to hit the right notes in the ongoing World Cup, the New Zealand cricket team on Sunday took a day off from their scheduled practice session at the Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, here.

  • We lost the match in the first 20 overs, admits Vettori

    We lost the match in the first 20 overs, admits Vettori

    New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori on Friday admitted that their World Cup match against defending champions Australia was over as a contest after the Kiwis lost their first six wickets within the opening 20 overs.

  • Kiwis save their best for Australia: Hussey

    Kiwis save their best for Australia: Hussey

    The ICC Cricket World Cup is well on its way and though I do wish I was there in the middle of all the action, I’m wishing the boys all the best from afar. It’s just one of those things and the selectors do have the best interests of the...

  • Kiwis struck by 'White Lightning' Donald impact

    Kiwis struck by 'White Lightning' Donald impact

    New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori hailed former South African spearhead Allan Donald on Thursday, claiming he has revived the faltering confidence of the Black Caps seam attack.

  • Kiwis' physio, trainer return to quake-hit homes

    Kiwis' physio, trainer return to quake-hit homes

    New Zealand's World Cup squad have enlisted the services of a local physiotherapist after their own returned to his earthquake-shattered home in Christchurch.

  • Aussies help Kiwis as physio returns to quake city

    Aussies help Kiwis as physio returns to quake city

    Australia came to the aid of World Cup rivals New Zealand on Wednesday when the Black Caps physio returned to his earthquake-shattered home in Christchurch.

  • Earthquake makes motivated Kiwis more dangerous: Border

    Earthquake makes motivated Kiwis more dangerous: Border

    Former Australian captain Allan Border feels New Zealand would be more dangerous than usual in the World Cup match against Australia as the Black Caps have been motivated further by the earthquake that has devastated their country.

  • We didn't expect to win this easily: Vettori

    We didn't expect to win this easily: Vettori

    New Zealand captain Daniel Vettori Sunday credited his bowlers for dismissing Kenya for a paltry 69, but said he never expected an easy win against the East African nation. The Kiwis chased the total in eight overs and registered a ten-wicket victory...

  • Kiwis look to regain confidence in opening match

    Kiwis look to regain confidence in opening match

    Even though low on confidence after a losing spree in the run-up to the World Cup, New Zealand are unlikely to face any real threat from minnows Kenya when the two teams clash in their opening Group 'A' league match here on Sunday.

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