ICC World Cup 2019 top wicket-takers: Young guns Archer, Bumrah and Afridi find place in Mitchell Starc-led list
Surprisingly, not a single spinner could find a place in the list of leading wicket-takers.
Bangladesh's Shakib Al Hasan and Pakistan's Babar Azam are the other Asian batsmen to find a place in the chart. Here is the full list and their astonishing stats (Photos | Agencies)
The Cricket World Cup final between England and New Zealand needed a super over to decide the winner after a thrilling match finished in a tie at Lord's on Sunday.
After the first semi-final match between India and New Zealand was suspended due to rain, the reserve day started with New Zealand setting 240 as the target for India.
David Warner's century paved the way for Australia to beat Bangladesh by 48 runs at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
India and Pakistan cricket fans flew to Manchester from all parts of the world to witness the Group stage game between the two sides.
Here's a detailed look at the dimensions of the eleven venues that teams will be playing at in England and in Wales.
Australian pacer Mitchell Starc claimed five wickets as Australia capped a remarkable comeback by beating the West Indies by 15 runs in their World Cup tie at Nottingham.
After New Zealand lost the World Cup without 'losing' it, our cartoonist Satish Acharya imagines what the World Cup might have told skipper Kane Williamson
Indian cricketers during the training session ahead of their Cricket World Cup opener against South Africa at Ageas Bowl in Southampton, England.
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Though Afghanistan participated in the 2015 World Cup as an associate nation, this will be the first time it will feature in a tournament as a full member.
Chief Selector Inzamam-ul-Haq, announcing the World Cup squad and two reserve players, said the 11 from the 2017 Champions Trophy had been retained in the selection process.
England will begin its World Cup campaign against South Africa on the opening day, May 30 at The Oval, London.
Former captain Dinesh Chandimal was dumped to hand batsman Lahiru Thirimanne and leg-spinner Jeffrey Vandersay a place in their World Cup squad.
Uncapped pace bowler Abu Jayed got the nod as Bangladesh named an otherwise experienced 15-man squad for the global tournament.
Both 22-year-old players Shimron Hetmyer and Oshane Thomas were named in the West Indies team. These two players have constantly been referred to as the promising players to come out of the country in recent times.