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


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

Jamaican fans shake hands with Sachin Tendulkar
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
Dinesh Karthik eased to an unbeaten 38 as India won easily
Robin Uthappa sets off quickly on his way to an unbeaten 35
Tournament Results
West Indies v India at Florence Hall - 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 Cave Hill - 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 Florence Hall - Mar 8, 2007
Kenya won by 9 runs
Bangladesh v Scotland at Cave Hill - 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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