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After a century against South Africa and a half-century against Australia, Rohit Sharma continued his dream run with yet another hundred in the World Cup

After an impressive start to the World Cup, both Bangladesh and West Indies seem to have lost their way. While Bangladesh

The day is finally here. Arch-rivals India and Pakistan will face each other in match number 22 of World Cup 2019 at Old Trafford in Manchester.

Even as the excitement over the India-Pakistan clash has reached fever pitch, Virat Kohli, in a press conference in Manchester on Saturday said, that the game against Pakistan is just another World Cup match. He added that the atmosphere in the Indian dressing room is also not much different as compared to other games.

With an impressive return of three wins from four games, Australia will be expected to continue their dominance when they face a badly struggling Sri Lanka in match number 20 of World Cup 2019 at The Oval in London.

England eased their way to a eight-wicket win over a lethargic West Indies at Southampton on Friday, continuing to prove that they are one of the teams to beat at this World Cup.

This year's Cricket World Cup is in full flow, and there have already been a few surprises. Some say England will win, some say India can win it.

With rain playing complete havoc in the India-New Zealand game as well, now four matches in the World Cup have been washed out due to rain. As such, the spirit has been dampened ahead of the England-West Indies clash in Southampton.

After scoring hard runs against Afghanistan and India, David Warner roared back to form with a sizzling hundred against Pakistan at Taunton that set the tone for the team's victory against Pakistan at Taunton.