Bangladesh v West Indies, Tri-series final, Dublin
Shai Hope and Sunil Ambris were off to a flying start before rain delayed play in Ireland
Bangladesh and Sri Lanka feature in four of the five highest-successful World Cup chases | Jun 18, 2019
Top stories from around the cricket on June 18 | Jun 18, 2019
Top stories from around the world from June 17 | Jun 17, 2019
Shakib Al Hasan said he was not taking his performances for granted after becoming the tournament's leading run-scorer | Jun 17, 2019
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 के 23वें मैच में बांग्लादेश ने हासिल किया वर्ल्ड कप का दूसरा सबसे बड़ा लक्ष्य, वेस्टइंडीज़ की टीम की करारी हार. #BANGvWI #CricketWorldCup #CWC2019 | Jun 17, 2019
West Indies captain Jason Holder admits that their path to the knockouts is a difficult one after defeat to Bangladesh | Jun 17, 2019
ESPNcrcinfo's Daren Ganga is critical of West Indies' decision to go with an injured Andre Russell in the starting line-up over someone fully fit | Jun 17, 2019
Michael Hussey and Ajit Agarkar discuss the allrounder's impact on the tournament | Jun 17, 2019
ESPNcricinfo's George Dobell joins Alexis Nunes discuss the impact an injured Jason Roy will have on England's World Cup hopes. | Jun 17, 2019
ESPNcricinfo's George Dobell joins Alexis Nunes discuss the impact an injured Jason Roy will have on England's World Cup hopes.
Will Jacks smashed Lancashire's Stephen Parry all around the park during a T10 match in Dubai
Ahmed Shehzad guided Quetta Gladiators to PSL victory with a superb unbeaten 58 in Karachi.
The entire contingent sprint onto the ground to envelop Rossouw and Shehzad in bear hugs after Quetta win their first ever PSL trophy
Kamran Akmal unleashed a no-nonsense 74 off 43 balls to get Peshawar off to a flying start in their Eliminator 2 match against Islamabad.
Dashing in from deep Aamer Yamin managed to take a superb diving catch for the wicket of Islamabad's Faheem Ashraf
Muhammad Musa stalled Karachi's breezy start with a sizzling three-for
Shane Watson led from the front for Quetta smashing a dynamic 71 off 43 balls to set the base for a 10-run win over Peshawar.
Colin Munro had Kamran Akmal hole out for 86 at cover after his century stand with Imam-ul-Haq