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Moeen Ali eyes Virat Kohli's wicket in Birmingham

England looked on course for a semifinal spot before back-to-back losses against Sri Lanka and Australia derailed their campaign and they will now need to win their remaining two fixtures against India and New Zealand to reach the knockout stage.

Mumbai: Two arrested from Juhu hotel for betting on India-West Indies match

Following a tip-off, the Juhu police reportedly raided the Sun N Sand Hotel at 10.30 pm on Thursday and caught the two bookies — Dharmaraj Vala (42) and Amrish Brahmabhatt (43) — from a room in the fourth floor of the hotel.

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Four held for running cricket betting racket in Mumbai hotel

On Tuesday night, a team led by senior Inspector Bharat Bhoite, attached with the Matunga police, raided Ramee Guestline hotel in Dadar East.

India vs New Zealand: When lightening quick Kiran More stunned Martin Crowe in 1992 WC

Kiran More effected an amazing run out of Martin Crowe in the 1992 World Cup, getting rid of the ball quickly enough to obtain the prized wicket. Watch the video.

Virat Kohli calming crowd which booed Steve Smith was a 'class act': Steve Waugh

Waugh, one of the toughest and most successful captains of all time, said he was impressed by Kohli's action of asking the crowd to not boo Smith, who is continuing to cope the fans' ire after returning from a one-year ban for ball-tampering.

India's chances are more in World Cup as we have wicket-taking bowlers: Ajinkya Rahane

Ajinkya Rahane, who led the limited overs side at times in the past, said Mahendra Singh Dhoni's vast experience will be of great help for skipper Kohli in the showpiece event.

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World Cup Qualifier: Disappointed over the LBW decision, says Scotland captain Kyle Coetzer

West Indies sealed a berth in the final of the 2019 World Cup after beating Scotland by 5 runs via DLS method.

Human error, divine intervention take West Indies to World Cup 2019 at expense of Scotland

Thunderstorm and umpire Paul Wilson’s blunder ensure West Indies presence in next year’s World Cup.

Brokers arrested in commodities trading case found betting on IPL match

However, investigators say that a probe of the devices revealed no trading of commodities.

For Pakistan, Cup half empty and half full

Despite failure, small pleasures keep the fans of Pakistan going from one World Cup to the next.

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