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Captain will retire after World Cup exit

Sun sets on Lara's one-day career

Apr 12, 2007: West Indies' last two World Cup games are shaping up as a valedictory to the captain Brian Lara

AFP

West Indies were never going to chase 375

Self-inflicted pain

Apr 11, 2007: Fazeer Mohammed reflects on another insipid West Indian defeat

Fazeer Mohammed

Top Performer - AB de Villiers

Born to run

Apr 11, 2007: AB de Villiers could have been a household name in any sport and his innings in Grenada restored the faith of his seniors

Andrew Miller

'I feel my game is over'

Lara plans one-day retirement after World Cup

Apr 10, 2007: Brian Lara will retire from one-day internationals when West Indies are knocked out of the World Cup

ESPNcricinfo staff

West Indies v South Africa, Super Eights, Grenada

South Africa regain their freedom

Apr 10, 2007: As West Indies contemplated their navels and prepared to say farewell to their own World Cup party, South Africa's captain, Graeme Smith, expressed his delight at the manner in which his team had bounced back from their defeat against Bangladesh

Andrew Miller in Grenada

West Indies v South Africa, Super Eights, Grenada

Lara in limbo as World Cup party pops

Apr 10, 2007: Statistically it ain't over till it's over, but to all intents and purposes West Indies have bowed out of their own World Cup

Andrew Miller in Grenada

West Indies v South Africa, Super Eights, Grenada

de Villiers prospers as Windies sink to new depths

Apr 10, 2007: de Villiers scored his maiden hundred in ODIs after having scored three ducks in this World Cup, while West Indies conceded more than 350 for the first time

S Rajesh and HR Gopalakrishna

Plays of the Day

One-legged exploits and a likely heir apparent

Apr 10, 2007: All the interesting moments of the day both on and off the field

Andrew Miller in Grenada

Hosts sweat on other results

How West Indies can make it to the semis

Apr 10, 2007: If West Indies win their last two games and if other results go their way, they might still sneak into the last four

S Rajesh

South Africa v West Indies, Super Eights, Grenada

Clinical South Africa dispatch hosts

Apr 10, 2007: The hosts had been unceremoniously all but evicted from their own party, as South Africa sealed a 67-run win.

The Bulletin by Anand Vasu

The hosts need a win like never before

Unseasoned professionals

Apr 10, 2007: The West Indies need a win like never before, writes Fazeer Mohammed

Fazeer Mohammed

Ireland v New Zealand, Super Eights, Guyana

Ferret celebrations and cracked windows

Apr 9, 2007: Dileep Premachandran picks out interesting snippets from the day's play

Plays of the Day by Dileep Premachandran

West Indies vs South Africa, Super Eights, Grenada

Beware of the Lara factor

Apr 9, 2007: Brian Lara only averages 36 in ODIs against South Africa, but in their last two World Cup meetings he has scored matchwinning centuries

S Rajesh and Dileep V

West Indies vs South Africa, Super Eights, Grenada

Hosts face fight to stay at their party

Apr 9, 2007: The head-to-head statistics are strongly in favour of a South African win, but it's a different story in the matches that matter

The Preview by Dileep Premachandran
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Australia won by 7 wickets (with 111 balls remaining)
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South Africa won by 9 wickets (with 184 balls remaining)
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New Zealand won by 5 wickets (with 10 balls remaining)
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South Africa won by 67 runs
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