Latest news update:
India booked their place in the Cricket World Cup quarter-finals with a narrow four-wicket win over West Indies.
Wicketkeeper Jos Buttler is confident England can turn things around and qualify from the group stages in the World Cup.
Lancashire have confirmed the signing of Australia pace bowler Peter Siddle as their overseas player for the first half of 2015.
Batsman Moeen Ali says England are confident they will have too much quality for Bangladesh in their crucial World Cup clash.
Scotland batsman Kyle Coetzer believes his side have shown what they are capable of despite crashing out of the World Cup.
Danny Sammy admits only the best will do for the West Indies when they face India in the World Cup on Friday.
David Warner smashed a century for Australia as they scored a record total of 417-6 against Afghanistan in Perth on Wednesday.
Ireland captain William Porterfield believes that Saturday's Pool B match with Zimbabwe is "very big" for his side.
Hashim Amla was the star for South Africa as they cruised to a 201-run World Cup Group B victory over Ireland in Canberra.
Australia all-rounder James Faulkner insists he will be fit to face Afghanistan on Wednesday in what will be his World Cup debut.
Ireland captain William Porterfield insists his attack will stick to their task in the face of South Africa's talented batting line-up.
Joe Root has distanced himself from the news that Kevin Pietersen could return to the England set-up later this year.
Incoming ECB chairman Colin Graves says there is still a possibility that Kevin Pietersen could return to the international set-up.
England captain Eoin Morgan has slammed his bowlers after they allowed Sri Lanka to chase down 310 in Wellington.
India kept up their 100 per cent record at the World Cup with a routine nine-wicket victory over the United Arab Emirates in Perth.
England bowler Chris Woakes believes his side must prove to everyone what they are capable of against Sri Lanka on Sunday.
New Zealand have maintained their 100 per cent record at this year's World Cup with a thrilling one-wicket victory over Australia.
Australia captain Michael Clarke insists he is feeling good as he prepares to come back from injury at the World Cup this weekend.
West Indies batsman Darren Bravo will miss the rest of the ICC World Cup due to a hamstring injury.
South Africa destroyed the West Indies by a mammoth 257 runs on Friday to clinch their second World Cup win in Pool B.