London: The World Cup returns to its birthplace when the 12th edition of the one-day international showpiece starts in England later this month, with many predicting a batting bonanza. The inaugural 1975 tournament saw West Indies beat Australia in a memorable Lord’s final and it is 20 years since England
Leeds: Chris Woakes took five wickets as England beat Pakistan by 54 runs to win the fifth one-day international at Headingley on Sunday. Victory, in their final match before the World Cup hosts and favourites name their tournament squad on Tuesday, saw England to a 4-0 series win after the first match was washed out.
Leeds: The final places in England’s World Cup squad could come down to the personal preference of white-ball captain Eoin Morgan, according to coach Trevor Bayliss. Tournament hosts England, bidding to win the World Cup for the first time, have risen to the top of the one-day international rankings
London: England captain Eoin Morgan believes the tournament hosts have done everything they possibly could to get themselves ready for a tilt at the World Cup. One-day cricket has long been the poor relation of the international game in England in terms of status.
London: Fourth-placed England will be playing two virtual “quarter-finals” at the Cricket World Cup when they face India and New Zealand in their last two round robin matches as they look to seal a semi-final spot, batsman Joe Root has said. England’s 64-run loss to Australia on Tuesday left their qualification hopes
Tournament favourites England will look to continue their dominance when they take on power-packed West Indies in their fourth encounter of the ongoing World Cup at The Rose Bowl on Friday. England, who started off their campaign in an impressive manner winning comfortably against South Africa,
Eurozone banks expect to ease standards for business loans and consumer credit as competition remains fierce and demand slows in Italy and Spain, a European Central Bank (ECB) survey showed on Tuesday.
Eurozone inflation slowed more than expected last month, a growing headache for European Central Bank policymakers who already worry that price growth is ‹uncomfortably below' their target.
Several eurozone countries are seeing their borrowing costs hit their lowest levels on record as the European Central Bank (ECB) opens the door to more stimulus in the face of a faltering European industrial sector and fears of a global recession.