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BIRMINGHAM (Reuters) - England have not lost to Australia at Edgbaston in 18 years
TAUNTON, England (Reuters) - Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza heaped praise on team mate Shakib Al Hasan after the all-rounder scored his second century in as many World Cup matches to lead them to a big win over the West Indies on Monday.
NOTTINGHAM, England (Reuters) - Wicketkeeper-batsman Rishabh Pant will join the India team before Sunday's clash with Pakistan as cover for opener Shikhar Dhawan who will miss the next three to four games with a hand injury, assistant coach Sanjay Bangar said on Wednesday.
BRISTOL, England (Reuters) - Opener David Warner will be selected for Australia when they launch their World Cup campaign against Afghanistan on Saturday, captain Aaron Finch said on the eve of the match.
LONDON (Reuters) - Usman Khawaja has provided Australia coach Justin Langer with a selection headache ahead of the defending champion's Cricket World Cup opener on Saturday against Afghanistan with another strong outing in their final warmup match.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Australia's hard-hitting opener David Warner will bring one of the game's biggest bats to the World Cup along with possibly a bigger chip on his shoulder as he bids for redemption in England after a year in the international wilderness.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Rishabh Pant must learn the virtue of patience to transform himself from an exciting match-winner to a crucial 'finisher' for India, according to former captain Krishnamachari Srikkanth.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - David Warner will be driven to prove his worth to Australia when he returns to the side but will need to check his ego at the door as he is no longer an indispensable part of the team, former South African captain Graeme Smith has said.