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February 14, 2007

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With the deadline for announcing the 15-man World Cup squads on February 14, here's a one-stop guide to all the news, views and reactions from each team

News - Tait and Haddin in World Cup squad
News - Gilchrist will miss start of World Cup
Comment - Pride and prejudice

News - Mashud left out of Bangladesh squad

News - Few surprises in Bermuda squad

News - Canada call up Billcliff and Barnett

News - No surprises in England squad

News - Ireland stick with tried and tested

News - Kenya stick with winning side

News - Netherlands named unchanged squad

New Zealand
News - Tuffey brought in from the cold

News - Sehwag and Pathan included in squad
Comment - An inconvenient truth?
Audio - Sanjay Manjrekar: Play according to their strengths
Comment - Ravi Shastri: Unlucky Powar

News - Shoaib, Asif and Gul in World Cup squad
Comment - Hope and half a team
News - Fast, furious, fragile
Quotes - Kaneria 'surprised and relieved'
News - PCB denies that Shoaib and Asif fail dope test again
News - Pakistan allowed to replace injured players

South Africa
News - South Africa stick with winning 15

News - Scotland stick with winning side

Sri Lanka
News - Vaas and Murali return for World Cup

West Indies
News - Samuels makes West Indies squad

News - Kasteni included by Zimbabwe

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