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Super 8, Match 9, ENG vs SL: Sri Lanka defeat England by 2 runs
Sri Lanka has won a thrilling match against England by 2 runs. Both Paul Nixon and Ravi Bopara stood on the crease to bring England closer to the target that at one point seemed invincible. It was only on the last delivery when England required 3 runs to win that Bopara was bowled out by Dilhara Fernando.
Breakthrough on Woolmer inquiry images
The detective leading the investigation into the murder of Bob Woolmer disclosed last night that closed-circuit television images clearly identify people entering and leaving his hotel corridor on the night he died.
Group A, Match 6, AUS vs SA: Australia clinch victory against South Africa
Australia won the match against South Africa by 83 runs in an impressive fashion. The mighty Australians seemed to be back in their full flow as wickets after wickets tumbled and South Africa was given no opportunity to make a come back in the match. Proteas looked unnerved and fumbled to the huge target of 378 runs.
Group C, Match 6, ENG vs KEN: England beat Kenya by 7 wickets
England marched their way into the Super 8s when they beat Kenya by 7 wickets on Saturday. The English achieved the target of 178 runs with 60 balls to spare. Ed Joyce and Pietersen chipped in with half-centuries to take England to a comprehensive win.
Woolmer body to be kept in Jamaica
The body of murdered Pakistan cricket coach Bob Woolmer will stay in Jamaica until an inquest is held into his death, police have said.
Two Pak players ordered to stay back in Jamaica
The investigation into Bob Woolmer's murder took an unexpected turn on Friday with the Jamaican authorities ordering two of the Pakistani players to stay back while an inquest was conducted, local media has reported.
Group B, Match 5, IND vs SL: Sri Lanka beat India by 69 runs
The Indians failed to chase a target of 255 runs set by the Sri Lankans which practically knocks them off the charts for the remainder of the World Cup. When it was most required, the famed Indian batting line-up failed to deliver and the entire team was bundled away for 185 runs.
Woolmer was strangulated to death
In a shocking revelation, Radio Jamaica has claimed that Pakistani coach Bob Woolmer could have been strangulated. The report was broadcast on the radio citing police sources.
Woolmers death murder suspected
The mystery behind the death of Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer deepened as the initial autopsy remained inconclusive and Pakistan team's media manager hinted at murder.
Pakistan Selectors Resign En Masse
Pakistan's national cricket selectors have resigned en masse following the team's disastrous World Cup campaign, which ended before the Super Eight stage.
Woolmer death draws out foul play rumours
Though the Pakistan Cricket Board insists that team coach Robert Woolmer died of a massive heart attack, it is being speculated in cricketing circles that he could have been killed to cover up match-fixing by the Pakistani team.
Group B, Match 2, IND vs BAN: India wary of Bangladesh
When India meet Bangladesh for the first time in a World Cup today at the Trinidad Queens Park Oval, they will give respect to their neighbours, for Bangladesh has the knack of pullig off surprises when it matters most. Though Bangladesh have only beaten India once in 14 meetings, their defeat of Australia at Cardiff in 2005 and success over New Zealand last week suggest they are steadily improving and are not incapable of upsetting the more fancied side.