Cricket World Cup 2015

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Cricket World Cup (2015)
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Logo.png
The Official logo of the 2015 Cricket World Cup
Dates14 February 2015 – 29 March 2015
Administrator(s)International Cricket Council
Cricket formatOne Day International
Host(s)
  • Australia
  • New Zealand
Participants14
Matches played49
Venues
  • Eden Park, Auckland
  • Seddon Park, Hamilton
  • University Oval, Dunedin
  • Wellington Regional Stadium, Wellington
  • Hagley Oval, Christchurch
  • McLean Park, Napier
  • Saxton Oval, Nelson
  • Manuka Oval, Canberra
  • The Gabba, Brisbane
  • Bellerive Oval, Hobart
  • Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
  • WACA, Perth
  • Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
Official websiteCricket World Cup


The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 was the 11th Cricket World Cup tournament which was hosted in New Zealand and Australia from 14 February to 29 March 2015. 14 teams playing participating in the tournament were: Zimbabwe, England, India, Sri Lanka, United Arab Emirate, Australia, New Zealand, Pakistan, West Indies, Bangladesh, Ireland, Afghanistan, Scotland and South Africa. The Cricket tournament was hosted jointly by Australia and New Zealand.

Contents

Matches and Results[edit]

Zimbabwe Vs South Africa (15 February): South Africa won by 62 runs[edit]

South Africa ICC World Cup 2015 ODI Win over Zimbabwe (credit:ICC)

Player of the Match: David Miller
Venue: Seddon Park, Hamilton

Sri Lanka Vs Bangladesh (26 February): Sri Lanka won by 92 runs[edit]

Afghanistan Vs Scotland (26 February): Afghanistan won by 1 wicket[edit]

Ireland Vs United Arab Emirates (25 February): Ireland won by 2 wickets[edit]

West Indies Vs Zimbabwe (24 February): West Indies won by 73 runs[edit]

England Vs Scotland (February 23): England won by 119 runs[edit]

South Africa Vs India (February 22): India won by 130 runs[edit]

Sri Lanka Vs Afghanistan (22 February): Sri Lanka won by 4 wickets[edit]

New Zealand Vs England (20 February): New Zealand won by 8 wickets[edit]

Pakistan Vs West Indies (21 February): West Indies won by 150 runs[edit]

Bangladesh Vs Afghanistan (18 February): Bangladesh won by 105 runs[edit]

New Zealand Vs Scotland (February 17): New Zealand won by 3 wickets[edit]

West Indies Vs Ireland (February 16): Ireland won by 4 wickets[edit]

India Vs Pakistan (February 15): India won by 76 runs[edit]

South Africa Vs Zimbabwe (February 15): South Africa won by 62 runs[edit]

England Vs Australia (February 14): Australia won by 111 runs[edit]

Sri Lanka Vs New Zealand (February 14): New Zealand won by 98 runs[edit]

South Africa Innings
Powerplay 1- 28 runs, 2 wickets
South Africa: 50 runs in 14.1 overs
South Africa: 100 runs in 24.1 overs
5th Wicket: 50 runs in 64 balls (David Miller 18, JP Duminy 30)
South Africa: 150 runs in 34.2 overs
Powerplay 2 - 42 runs, 0 wickets
David Miller: 50 off 55 balls (1 x four, 2 x sixes)
5th Wicket: 100 runs in 112 balls (David Miller 47, JP Duminy 48)
JP Duminy: 50 off 68 balls (2 x fours)
South Africa: 200 runs in 40.2 overs
5th Wicket: 150 runs in 145 balls (David Miller 75, JP Duminy 69)
South Africa: 250 runs in 45.2 overs
David Miller: 100 off 81 balls (3 x fours, 6 x sixes)
5th Wicket: 200 runs in 162 balls (David Miller 102, JP Duminy 90)
South Africa: 300 runs in 47.5 overs
JP Duminy: 100 off 96 balls (8 x fours, 2 x sixes)
5th Wicket: 250 runs in 178 balls (David Miller 128, JP Duminy 111)
Innings Break: South Africa - 339/4 in 50 overs [1]

Zimbabwe Innings
Powerplay 1 - 56 runs, 1 wicket
Zimbabwe: 50 runs in 8.5 overs
2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 53 balls (Chamu Chibhabha 26, Hamilton Masakadza 21)
Chamu Chibhabha: 50 off 63 balls (8 x fours)
Zimbabwe: 100 runs in 18.5 overs
Hamilton Masakadza: 50 off 47 balls (5 x fours, 2 x sixes)
2nd Wicket: 100 runs in 101 balls (Chamu Chibhabha 45, Hamilton Masakadza 51)
Zimbabwe: 150 runs in 25.4 overs
3rd Wicket: 50 runs in 47 balls (Hamilton Masakadza 26, Brendon Taylor 23)
Zimbabwe: 200 runs in 34.4 overs
Powerplay 2 - 27 runs, 2 wickets
Zimbabwe: 250 runs in 44.2 overs[1]

Zimbabwe vs United Arab Emirates[edit]

Zimbabwe wins against UAE

Zimbabwe Team[edit]

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Fixtures[edit]

WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 18TH 2015[edit]

Bangladesh V Afghanistan

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 19TH 2015[edit]

Zimbabwe V United Arab Emirates

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 20TH 2015[edit]

England V New Zealand

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 21ST 2015[edit]

Pakistan V West Indies Australia V Bangladesh

SUNDAY FEBRUARY 22ND 2015[edit]

Sri Lanka V Afghanistan South Africa V India

MONDAY FEBRUARY 23RD 2015[edit]

Englandd V Scotland

TUESDAY FEBRUARY 24TH 2015[edit]

West Indies V Zimbabwe Ireland V United Arab Emirates

THURSDAY FEBRUARY 26TH 2015[edit]

Afghanistan V Scotland Sri Lanka V Bangladesh

FRIDAY FEBRUARY 27TH 2015[edit]

South Africa V West Indies

SATURDAY FEBRUARY 28TH 2015[edit]

Australia V New Zealand India V United Arab Emirates

SUNDAY MARCH 1ST 2015[edit]

England V Sri Lanka Pakistan V Zimbabwe

TUESDAY MARCH 3RD 2015[edit]

South Africa V Ireland

WEDNESDAY MARCH 4TH 2015[edit]

Pakistan V United Arab Emirates Australia V Afghanistan

THURSDAY MARCH 5TH 2015[edit]

Bangladesh V Scotland

FRIDAY MARCH 6TH 2015[edit]

India V West Indies

SATURDAY MARCH 7TH 2015[edit]

South Africa V Pakistan ZIMBABWE V IRELAND

SUNDAY MARCH 8TH 2015[edit]

New Zealand V Afghanistan Australia V Sri Lanka

MONDAY MARCH 9TH 2015[edit]

England V Bangladesh

TUESDAY MARCH 10TH 2015[edit]

India V Ireland Sri Lanka V Scotland

THURSDAY MARCH 12TH 2015[edit]

South Africa V United Arab Emirates

FRIDAY MARCH 13TH 2015[edit]

Bangladesh V New Zealand England V Afghanistan

SATURDAY MARCH 14TH 2015[edit]

India V Zimbabwe Australia V Scotland

SUNDAY MARCH 15TH 2015[edit]

West Indies V United Arab Emirates PAKISTAN V IRELAND[2]




References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 South Africa vs Zimbabwe, ICC, Published:15 February 2015, Retrieved:15 February 2015,
  2. Cricket World Cup Fixtures, ICC Cricket World Cup, Published: No Date Given, Retrieved: February 16, 2015