Afghanistan, who fell just short of India's target on Saturday are still in search of their first win at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Now Afghans are to face Bangladesh on Monday at Southampton. It's match number 31st.
Mohammed Shami's last-over hattrick saved India from a mighty scare as they managed to pip Afghanistan by 11 runs to inch closer towards World Cup semi-finals, as brilliant death bowling compensated for an inexplicable batting display.
With pacer Lungi Ngidi back in the side, South Africa will look to avenge their 2015 semifinal defeat while New Zealand will aim to reclaim their position at the top when the two sides clash in a World Cup match on Wednesday.
Rohit Sharma produced an elegant hundred before Kuldeep Yadav flummoxed the Pakistani batsmen as India inflicted a humiliating 89-run defeat on their arch-rivals in a much-hyped World Cup match, which eventually turned to be a lop-sided affair.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019. Match Number 20th. It's mighty Australia vs struggling Sri Lanka on Satuday at Cardiff. Sitting pretty in the top section of the points table, Australia will look to consolidate their favourable position when they take on
England have had a dominating world cup history against West Indies as both the team have faced each other 6 times in the cup where England remained trimuphants 5 times. Windies only tasted victory once in 1979.
The Indian Express's Vishal Menon and Sandip G discuss the key battles in the group stage game between India and New Zealand, the two unbeaten teams so far. They discuss Shikhar Dhawan's absence, key contests and how rain could affect the game.
The Indian team's alternative strategy in the absence of an injured Shikhar Dhawan will be put through a stern test by a feisty New Zealand attack ready to ask a few probing questions if weather does not play spoilsport in their World Cup encounter.