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James Tredwell believes England need to embrace the lessons of their disappointing World Cup campaign if they want to catch their rival

Ireland captain William Porterfield has slammed the ICC's decision to reduce the 2019 World Cup to just 10 teams.

Australia captain Michael Clarke believes playing at the MCG will be an advantage to his side ahead of Sunday's World Cup final.

Australia will face New Zealand in the World Cup final after a comfortable 95-run victory over India in Thursday's semi-final.

Rohit Sharma insists India are upbeat about their chances of beating Australia on any surface in Thursday's World Cup semi-final.

Kevin Pietersen says he wants to score runs and bring success to the club after re-signing for Surrey for the 2015 season.

Kevin Pietersen's quest to get back into the England team continues after he was released from his Indian Premier League contract.

Chris Gayle says he is relishing the chance to bat at Taunton after signing up to play for Somerset in the Natwest T20 Blast.

South Africa captain AB de Villiers is confident of beating New Zealand in the World Cup semi-finals at Auckland on Tuesday.

South Africa batsman David Miller is hopeful his side can secure World Cup glory as they bid to make it to their first ever final.

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle has confirmed he will miss the upcoming Test series with England due to an ongoing back problem.

Sir Ian Botham feels there needs to be a change in mindset and coach if England are ever to start competing in one-day cricket again.

Yorkshire's Liam Plunkett is determined to show England captain Alastair Cook he is still around when he faces the MCC in Abu Dhabi.

Martin Guptill broke the World Cup record to help New Zealand batter West Indies by 143 runs in their quarter-final in Wellington.

Phil Simmons has confirmed he will leave his role with Ireland to take over his native West Indies as coach after the World Cup.

Michael Clarke singled Shane Watson out for praise after Australia defeated Pakistan by six wickets to reach the World Cup semi-finals.

Captain Brendon McCullum has said New Zealand will not change from their attacking approach when they take on West Indies on Saturday.

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