World Cup Warm-up Matches 2006/07

Spinner breaks through with important dismissals

Tait and Hogg lift Australian bowling spirits

Brad Hogg's return to wicket-taking form and Shaun Tait's useful collection highlighted an improved Australian bowling performance

New Zealand v Sri Lanka, 2007 World Cup warm-up

Tharanga hundred can't stop defeat

Upul Tharanga's century was in vain as Sri Lanka slipped to an 18-run defeat against New Zealand in their final World Cup warm-up

Pakistan v South Africa, 2007 World Cup warm-up

Younis eases Pakistan past South Africa

Younis Khan's 79 guided Pakistan to a comfortable seven-wicket victory over South Africa on a difficult pitch in Trinidad

Statistics

World Cup Warm-up Matches, 2006/07 (in West Indies Other matches)

Jamaican fans shake hands with Sachin Tendulkar
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Cricket fans watch Pakistan batting during a warm-up match against South Africa
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Younis Khan acknowledges the cheers after his half-century in the warm-up match against South Africa
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Indian coach Greg Chappell chats with former coach John Wright after their warm-up match against West Indies in Jamaica
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Dinesh Karthik eased to an unbeaten 38 as India won easily
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Robin Uthappa sets off quickly on his way to an unbeaten 35
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Tournament Results
West Indies v India at Greenfields - Mar 9, 2007
India won by 9 wickets (with 189 balls remaining)
Australia v England at Kingstown - Mar 9, 2007
Australia won by 5 wickets (with 55 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Bridgetown - Mar 9, 2007
New Zealand won by 18 runs
Pakistan v South Africa at St Augustine - Mar 9, 2007
Pakistan won by 7 wickets (with 33 balls remaining)
Kenya v Netherlands at Greenfields - Mar 8, 2007
Kenya won by 9 runs
Bangladesh v Scotland at Bridgetown - Mar 8, 2007
Bangladesh won by 7 wickets (with 95 balls remaining)
Bermuda v Zimbabwe at Kingstown - Mar 8, 2007
Zimbabwe won by 6 wickets (with 126 balls remaining)
Canada v Ireland at St Augustine - Mar 8, 2007
Ireland won by 7 wickets (with 139 balls remaining)
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