World Cup Update
Wednesday 11 April 2007
27-28 Mar: Australia 322-6; West Indies 219. Aus won by 103 runs. 28 Mar: Sri Lanka 209; South Africa 212-9. SA won by 1 wkt. 29 Mar: WI 177; NZ 179-3. NZ won by 7 wkts. 30 Mar: England 266-7; Ireland 218. England won by 48 runs. 31 Mar: Bangladesh 104-6; Australia 106. Aus won by 10 wkts. 1 Apr: Sri Lanka 303-5; WI 190. Sri Lanka won by 113 runs. 2 Apr: Bangladesh 174; NZ 178-1. NZ won by 9 wkts. 3 Apr: Ireland 152; South Africa 165-3. SA won by 7 wickets. 4 Apr: Sri Lanka 235; England 233-8. Sri Lanka won by 2 runs. 7 Apr: Bangladesh 251-8; South Africa 184. B'desh won by 67 runs. 8 Apr: England 247; Australia 248-3. Aus won by 7 wkts. 9 Apr: NZ 263-8; Ireland 134. NZ won by 129 runs.
Today England v Bangladesh (Barbados); 12 Apr Sri Lanka v New Zealand (Grenada); 13 Apr Australia v Ireland (Barbados); 14 Apr South Africa v New Zealand (Grenada); 15 Apr Bangladesh v Ireland (Barbados); 16 Apr Australia v Sri Lanka (Grenada); 17 Apr South Africa v England (Barbados); 18 Apr Ireland v Sri Lanka (Grenada); 19 Apr West Indies v Bangladesh (Barbados); 20 Apr Australia v New Zealand (Grenada); 21 Apr West Indies v England (Barbados).
24 Apr 2nd v 3rd, Jamaica.
25 Apr 1st v 4th, St Lucia.
28 Apr Barbados.
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