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Gibson to coach England quicks in the Caribbean

Ottis Gibson will coach England's fast bowlers in the West Indies, but no decision has been made on David Saker's long-term replacement.
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Dhoni unsure about retirement after World Cup exit

India captain MS Dhoni will leave a decision about retirement until next year after Thursday's Cricket World Cup semi-final defeat.
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Smith relishing Melbourne showdown after semi-final heroics

Steve Smith is already looking ahead to the Cricket World Cup final after his century in Thursday's last-four victory over India.
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Smith guides Australia into World Cup final

Steve Smith hit a century as Australia booked their place in the Cricket World Cup final with a 95-run victory over India in Sydney.
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Hales 'embarrassed' by England's woeful World Cup

Batsman Alex Hales is determined to "nail down" a place in England's one-day team and make up for a poor showing in the Cricket World Cup.
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LIVE: CWC Semi-Final - Australia v India

Live scores, commentary and statistics from the Cricket World Cup semi-final between Australia and India at the SCG on Thursday March 26 from 2.30pm (AEDT)
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Cricket World Cup Semi-Final Preview: Australia v India

Australia meets India at the SCG on Thursday, March 26 in the second semi-final of the 2015 Cricket World Cup. The match starts at 2.30pm (AEDT).
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England need to change culture - Bopara

Ravi Bopara feels England's cricketers are prevented from fulfiling their potential due to the country's outdated approach to the game.
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Clarke: Expectations don't affect Australia

Not daunted by expectation, Australia captain Michael Clarke said his players will handle the heat in the Cricket World Cup semi-finals.
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Pietersen joins Surrey in bid to boost England chances

Surrey have handed Kevin Pietersen a return to the County Championship as he seeks a return to the England fold.
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Rohit to ignore Australia sledging

Rohit Sharma is ready for Australia's verbals in the Cricket World Cup semi-final and the India batsman insists he will ignore any sledging.
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Bravo returns for Windies as Gayle misses out

West Indies' squad for the training camp ahead of the Test series in England includes a spot for Darren Bravo, but Chris Gayle misses out.
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Warne takes part in Australia training

Australia benefited from the input of Shane Warne during a Cricket World Cup training session on Wednesday, ahead of their clash with India.
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Fleming doffs his cap to McCullum

Brendon McCullum's swashbuckling knock against South Africa was key to New Zealand's success, Stephen Fleming said.
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Graves warns England must beat 'mediocre' Windies

Colin Graves expects England to see off West Indies, with bigger tests to come against New Zealand and Australia on home soil.
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India's SCG history surprises Clarke

India are often touted as 'SCG specialists', so it even surprised Michael Clarke that they have only once beaten Australia in an ODI there.
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SCG pitch 'doesn't matter' to India

The pitch at the SCG for Thursday's Cricket World Cup semi-final against Australia is of no concern to India batsman Rohit Sharma.
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Kohli happy to sledge again

Virat Kohli will happily "exploit" any pressure Australia are feeling when India face the Cricket World Cup co-hosts on Thursday.
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South African Cricket World Cup failures

Will South Africa ever win a Cricket World Cup? History tells us they won't.
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Elliott's heroics mean he'll miss sister's big day

Grant Elliott has a valid excuse for missing his sister's wedding after his stunning innings led New Zealand to the Cricket World Cup final.
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