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New Zealand v South Africa

World Cup 2019, Edgbaston

Williamson's hundred downs error-prone South Africa

Williamson and de Grandhomme shared in a 91-run stand that set up New Zealand's pursuit of South Africa's 241 for 6

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Monga: Masterful Williamson keeps calm and carries on

There was a period in the middle of the chase where New Zealand's captain kept hitting the field. That is a rare sight. But there was no panic, he knew what was needed

Tahir non-review not the turning point - du Plessis

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Morkel surprised by the lack of intent from SA batsmen

Former South African allrounder Albie Morkel says there was a lack of fluency from all the batsmen

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India news

World Cup 2019

Dhawan out of World Cup, Pant to replace him

The hairline fracture the India opener suffered on his left thumb while batting against Australia hasn't healed as well as expected

Hussey: Dhawan's absence won't derail India's World Cup

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Shikhar Dhawan posts message to fans after withdrawal

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India's net session feat. Mohammed Shami bowling

India had a net session ahead of their match against Afghanistan

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'The boys took a beating, fitness-wise, during IPL' - India trainer

Shankar Basu talks about how IPL 2019 took a toll on Indian players' fitness

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'Dhawan's hand will be in a cast till mid-July' - India manager

Meanwhile, Bhuvneshwar Kumar is under the physio's watch after sustaining a hamstring injury

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Top Headlines

New Zealand v South Africa

World Cup 2019, Edgbaston

Which was South Africa's bigger error?

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Fernando: The haunted history of South Africa's World Cups

Botched rain-rule scenarios, brainless run outs, dropped bats, dropped catches, contrived collapses, a missed DRS review - it's a painful list

Luck Index: The missed run-out that could have saved the day

South Africa fluffed a few chances on the field, but they could have still won had they run out Kane Williamson in the 41st over

AFGHANISTAN CRISIS

World Cup 2019

War of words between Simmons and former chief selector

Afghanistan coach says he will reveal the dubious part former chief selector Dawlat Ahmadzai had played in the selection of the squad

Australia v Bangladesh

World Cup 2019, Nottingham

Bangladesh's chance to spur World Cup magic

A possible return for Stoinis could give Australia the balance as they look to surge closer to the semi-finals

Kimber: Australia's World Cup of gambles

Their planning in the lead-up to the tournament has been poor and as a result they have a line-up full of top-order batsmen and not enough bowling cover

Hussey shows how Finch turned his form around

Michael Hussey speaks about the technical adjustment that has helped Aaron Finch to get back into the form

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Hussey: Bangladesh will certainly not be pushovers for Australia

Michael Hussey previews Australia's game against Bangladesh on Wednesday

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The three words Australians hate to hear

In the 1999 World Cup campaign, coach Geoff Marsh introduced a surprise rule that didn't go down too well with the boys

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The Gilly-Haydos Show

A big factor in Australia's World Cup success came right at the top, in the form of Adam Gilchrist and Matthew Hayden, the most successful pair in World Cups

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USA Cricket

Former SA pacer Rusty Theron named in USA squad

Rusty Theron, who played for Kings XI Punjab, Deccan Chargers and Rajasthan Royals between 2010 and 2015 in the IPL, has been named in a 30-man USA squad traveling to Los Angeles this weekend for a selection camp

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Editor's Picks

England's batting power

World Cup 2019, Manchester

Straight-man Root keeps England steady in fast lane

Batsman content with unglamorous remit as Eoin Morgan steals the show at Old Trafford

Dobell: Morgan, the heartbeat of 'new' England

His teammates talk of his unflappable nature; his calm on good day and bad; his ability to relieve the pressure and unleash their natural talent

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