England has never won the ICC Men’s World Cup and the train to success might have looked to derail.
On Thursday afternoon the much anticipated matchup between Australia and the West Indies took place. From the get go the match was characterised by intense fasting bowling, crazy batting and some rather mediocre fielding mixed with some mind blowing moments.
Trust Pakistan to pull off an upset by beating an immensely strong England side. They are probably the most unpredictable side at this years World Cup, especially after a poor first game loss to West Indies and now a great bounce back against England.
On Thursday the cricket World Cup began, and it was kicked off with two cracking games. Both fixtures weren’t as tightly contested as one would would’ve expected but they had a lot to offer.
This Saturday sees the world’s #2 ranked cricket side take on the West Indies, and with a stellar recent performance in the T20 events, England look to come into the competition with a strong competitive advantage. Read more
England and The West Indies will take part in the first ever day-night test to be held In England on Thursday at Edgbaston. It will actually be the fifth day-night test series to take place since the format made its debut in November 2015.
Australia have taken part in three of the current four, beating New Zealand, South Africa and Pakistan. Pakistan came out on top in the other day-night match to take place, beating the West Indies. Read more