THERE are three reasons why Australia captain Michael Clarke decided the World Cup final against New Zealand should be his last game of one-day cricket.
AUSTRALIA’S 1987 World Cup-winning captain Allan Border is banking on home-ground advantage swinging the World Cup final in Australia’s favour at the MCG.
MICHAEL Clarke never whispered a word to teammates about his one-day retirement, but the Australia was far from surprised when he did.
TWO Summers ago Adam Gilchrist declared one-day cricket would be extinct in a matter of years, but the success of the World Cup has changed the legendary gloveman’s tune.
THERE is a seven-letter word on the lips of every Kiwi ahead of Sunday’s World Cup final — and it is not necessarily winning.
KIWI PM Robert “Piggy’’ Muldoon was not particularly outraged when he first heard about Trevor Chappell’s infamous underarm delivery — but that soon changed.
AUSTRALIA’S aggressive approach with bat and ball will prove too difficult for “little brother” New Zealand to handle in the World Cup final, writes Ian Chappell.
Roy Hodgson said Harry Kane's debut goal after just 78 seconds of his first England appearance was "a fairytale." Tottenham Hotspur striker Kane came on for
BEFORE he scaled the dizzy heights of world cricket, Brendon McCullum was jumping the fence of the Forbury Park trotting track in the tough streets of South Dunedin.
Minnesota Vikings linebacker Chad Greenway has taken a pay cut that will give Minnesota more than $3 million in salary cap space, a league source told ESPN's Field Yates.