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The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 began on 14 February 2015. Final will be played on 29 March 2015. The tournament was held in Australia and New Zealand. Australia won the final defeating New Zealand by 7 wickets in the final.


Groups

The 2015 World Cup is contested by 14 teams divided into two Pools.

Pool A

Pool B

Each team will play every other team in their group. The top 4 teams in each group will advance to the Quarter-finals.

Quarter-final 1: A1 vs B4
Quarter-final 2: A2 vs B3
Quarter-final 3: A3 vs B2
Quarter-final 4: A4 vs B1

The winners of the quarter-finals will play the semi-finals.

Semi-final 1: Winner QF1 vs Winner QF3
Semi-final 2: Winner QF2 vs Winner QF4

The winners of the semi-finals will play in the final for the World Cup.

Points Table

Pool A

Teams Matches Won Lost Tied N/R Points Net RR For Against
New Zealand 6 6 0 0 0 12 +2.564 1232/195.2 1123/300.0
Australia 6 4 1 0 1 9 +2.257 1419/215.2 967/223.1
Sri Lanka 6 4 2 0 0 8 +0.371 1788/295.4 1703/300.0
Bangladesh 6 3 2 0 1 7 +0.136 1392/248.1 1362/248.5
England 6 2 4 0 0 4 -0.753 1327/268.1 1338/234.4
England 6 1 5 0 0 2 -1.853 1033/274.3 1419/252.4
Scotland 6 0 6 0 0 0 -2.218 1199/300.0 1478/237.5

Pool B

Teams Matches Won Lost Tied N/R Points Net RR For Against
India 6 6 0 0 0 12 +1.827 1444/243.3 1231/300.0
South Africa 6 4 2 0 0 8 +1.707 1878/297.0 1371/297.0
Pakistan 6 4 2 0 0 8 -0.085 1430/293.1 1474/297.0
West Indies 6 3 3 0 0 6 -0.053 1485/278.3 1524/283.0
Ireland 6 3 3 0 0 6 -0.933 1623/295.1 1820/283.0
Zimbabwe 6 1 5 0 0 2 -0.527 1680/296.0 1840/296.4
United Arab Emirates 6 0 6 0 0 0 -2.032 1245/300.0 1525/246.4

Matches

Feb 8, 2015

Australia vs India (warm-up) - Australia won by 106 runs
Australia 371 all out (48.2 overs) David Warner: 104(83), Glenn Maxwell 122(57), Mohammad Shami 9.2-0-83-3, Umesh Yadav 9-1-52-2, Mohit Sharma 6-0-62-2
India 265 all out (45.1 overs) Ajinkya Rahane 66(52), Shikhar Dhawan 59(71), Ambati Rayudu 53(42), Pat Cummins 6-1-30-3, Mitchell Starc 4.1-0-16-2, Mitchell Johnson 6-0-26-2, Josh Hazlewood 6-1-25-2

The warm-up matches for the 2015 World Cup begins with India playing Australia. Winning the toss, Australian captain George Bailey chose to bat first. In-form batsman David Warner and Glenn Maxwell hit centuries as Australia managed to pile on a massive 371 before being all out in 48.2 overs. Warner scored 104(83) and Maxwell was retired out at 122(57). For India, Mohammed Shami picked up 3/83. In reply, India were all out for 265 runs. Shikhar Dhawan managed to get into form hitting 59(71). Ajinkya Rahane 66(52) and Ambati Rayudu 53(42) were the other batsmen who scored fifties for India. Rohit Sharma who missed most of the triangular series against Australia and England played in the game. In the end, Australia continued their impressive winning form by defeating India by 106 runs.

Feb 9, 2015

New Zealand vs Zimbabwe (warm-up) - No Result
New Zealand 157/7 (30.1 overs) - Martin Guptill 100(86), Tinashe Panyangara 5-0-28-2, Elton Chigumbura 3-0-21-2

South Africa vs Sri Lanka (warm-up) - South Africa won by 5 wickets (D/L method)
Sri Lanka - 279/7 (44.4 overs) Tillakaratne Dilshan 100(83), Angelo Mathews 58(49), Dimuth Karunaratne 46(61), Kyle Abbott 6.4-0-37-3
South Africa - 188/5 (24.3 overs) - Quinton de Kock 66(55), Hashim Amla 46(40), Rangana Herath 5-0-22-3

Bangladesh vs Pakistan (warm-up) - Pakistan won by 3 wickets
Bangladesh 246 all out (49.5 overs) - Mahmudullah 83(109), Tamim Iqbal 81(109), Mohammad Irfan 9.5-1-52-5
Pakistan 247/7 (48.1 overs) - Sohaib Maqsood 93(90), Mashrafe Mortaza 10-0-50-2, Taskin Ahmed 7-0-41-2

England vs West Indies (warm-up) - England won by 9 wickets
West Indies - 122 all out (29.3 overs) Lendl Simmons 45(55), Chris Woakes 7.3-1-19-5
England - 125/1 (22.5 overs) Moeen Ali 46(43), Kemar Roach 5-0-31-1

Feb 10, 2015

Afghanistan vs India (warm-up) - India won by 153 runs
India: 364/5 (50 overs) Rohit Sharma 150 (122), Ajinkya Rahane 88 (61), Suresh Raina 75 (71)
Afghanistan: 211/8 (50 overs) Nawroz Mangal 60 (85), Mohit Sharma 9-1-40-2, Ravindra Jadeja 10-2-38-2

Ireland vs Scotland - Scotland won by 179 runs
Scotland: 296/6 (50 overs) Matt Machan 103(108), Preston Mommsen 56 (70), Richie Berrington 52 (40), Max Sorensen 10-1-55-3
Ireland: 117 all out (27 overs) Paul Stirling 37(44), Alasdair Evans 5-1-17-4

Feb 11, 2015

New Zealand vs South Africa (warm-up) - New Zealand won by 134 runs
New Zealand: 331/8 (50 overs) Kane Williamson 66(53), Brendon McCullum 59(45)
South Africa: 197 all out (44.2 overs) Jean-Paul Duminy 80(98), Vernon Philander 57(84), Trent Boult 9.2-0-51-5

Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe (warm-up) - Zimbabwe won by 7 wickets
Sri Lanka: 279/8 (50 overs) Dimuth Karunaratne 58(71), Jeevan Mendis 51(51), Sean Williams 10-1-35-3
Zimbabwe: 281/3 (45.2 overs) Hamilton Masakadza 117*(119), Brendan Taylor 63(68), Sean Williams 51*(46)

Australia vs United Arab Emirates (warm-up) - Australia won by 188 runs
Australia: 304/8 (50 overs) Michael Clarke 64(61), Aaron Finch 61(68), Steven Smith 59(51), Krishna Chandran 9-0-50-3, Nasir Aziz 10-0-56-3 United Arab Emirates: 116 all out (30.1 overs) Swapnil Patil 31(45)

England vs Pakistan (warm-up) - Pakistan won by 4 wickets
England: 250/8 (50 overs) Joe Root 85(89), Gary Ballance 57(81), Yasir Shah 10-1-45-3
Pakistan: 252/6 (48.5 overs) Misbah-ul-Haq 91*(99), Umar Akmal 65(66)

Feb 12, 2015

Bangladesh vs Ireland (warm-up) - Ireland won by 4 wickets
Bangladesh: 189 all out (48.2 overs) Soumya Sarkar 45(51), John Mooney 10-0-32-3, Max Sorensen 9.2-0-31-3
Ireland: 190/6 (46.5 overs) Andy Balbirnie 63*(79), Ed Joyce 47(87), Taijul Islam 8-0-29-2

Scotland vs West Indies (warm-up) - West Indies won by 3 runs
West Indies: 313/9 (50 overs) Denesh Ramdin 88(86), Lendl Simmons 55(47), Alasdair Evans 10-0-63-3
Scotland: 310/9 (50 overs) Kyle Coetzer 96(106), Richie Berrington66(44)

2015 World Cup - Opening Ceremony
The opening ceremony of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 was held at Christchurch with a lot of fanfare. The event which was free for public, was attended by a host of cricket stars, both from the past and present. The event began with four big backyard cricket matches for children. There were several performances to entertain the crowd. Performances include Kandyan dance performed by Sri Lankan troupe, Bollywood-style act, Irish river dance, performance by Maori cultural group etc.

Feb 13, 2015

Afghanistan vs United Arab Emirates (warm-up) - Afghanistan won by 14 runs
Afghanistan: 308/9 (50 overs) Samiullah Shenwari 58(80), Najibullah Zadran 46(39), Amjad Javed 10-1-39-4
United Arab Emirates: 294 all out (48.2 overs) Khurram Khan 86(70), Aftab Alam 6.2-0-43-3

Feb 14, 2015

Match 1: Pool A - New Zealand vs Sri Lanka - New Zealand won by 98 runs
New Zealand: 331/6 (50 overs) Corey Anderson 75(46) Brendon McCullum 65(49) Kane Williamson 57(65)
Sri Lanka: 233 all out (46.1 overs) Lahiru Thirimanne 65(60) Man of the Match: Corey Anderson

  • Nuwan Kulasekera bowls the first ball of the 2015 World Cup
  • Brendon McCullum hits the first fifty of the tournament

Match 2: Pool A - Australia vs England - Australia won by 111 runs
Australia: 342/9 (50 overs) Aaron Finch 135(128), Glenn Maxwell 66(40), George Bailey 55(69), Steven Finn 10-0-71-5
England: 231 all out (41.5 overs) James Taylor 98*(90), Mitchell Marsh 9-0-33-5

  • Aaron Finch hits the first century of the 2015 World Cup
  • Steven Finn picks up a hat-trick of the last three balls of the innings. It's also the first hat-trick and the first five-for of the tournament.

Feb 15, 2015

Match 3: Pool B - South Africa vs Zimbabwe - South Africa won by 62 runs
South Africa: 339/4 (50 overs) David Miller 138*(92), Jean-Paul Duminy 115*(100)
Zimbabwe: 277 all out (48.2 overs) Hamilton Masakadza 80(74), Chamu Chibhabha 64(82), Imran Tahir 10-0-36-3

  • David Miller and Jean-Paul Duminy score second and third centuries of the tournament
  • The unbeaten 256 run partnership between Miller and Duminy is the highest partnership for 5th wicket in World Cup matches. The partnership is also the highest partnership for South Africa

Match 4: Pool B - India vs Pakistan - India won by 76 runs
India: 300/7 (50 overs) Virat Kohli 107(126), Suresh Raina 74(56), Shikhar Dhawan 73(76), Sohail Khan 10-0-55-5
Pakistan: 224 all out (47 overs) Misbah-ul-Haq 76(84), Mohammed Shami 9-1-35-4

India won the toss and chose to bat first. Coming into the match, India has a 5-0 World Cup record against Pakistan. MS Dhoni picked Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin and Mohit Sharma for the match, omitting Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Pakistan also opted for specialist legspinner Yasir Shah.

Feb 16, 2015

Match 5: Pool B - Ireland vs West Indies - Ireland won by 4 wickets (with 25 balls to spare)
West Indies: 304/7 (50 overs) Lendl Simmons 102 (84), Darren Sammy 89(67), George Dockrell 10-0-50-3
Ireland: 307/6 (45.5 overs) Paul Stirling 92(84), Ed Joyce 84(67), Niall O'Brien 79(60), Jerome Taylor 8.5-0-71-3

  • Darren Sammy scored the highest score by a No. 7 batsman in World Cup matches.

Feb 17, 2015

Match 6: Pool A - New Zealand vs Scotland - New Zealand won by 3 wickets
Scotland: 142/10 (36.2 overs) Matt Machan 56(79), Richie Berrington 50(80), Corey Anderson 5-1-18-3, Daniel Vettori 8.2-1-24-3
New Zealand: 146/7 (24.5 overs) Kane Williamson 38(45), Ian Wardlaw 9.5-0-57-3, Josh Davey 7-0-40-3

Feb 18, 2015

Match 7: Pool A - Afghanistan vs Bangladesh - Bangladesh won by 105 runs
Bangladesh: 267 all out (50 overs) Mushfiqur Rahim 71(56), Shakib Al Hasan 63(51)
Afghanistan: 162 all out (42.5 overs) Mohammad Nabi 44(43), Samiullah Shenwari 42(75), Mashrafe Mortaza 9-2-20-3

Feb 19, 2015

Match 8: Pool B - United Arab Emirates vs Zimbabwe - Zimbabwe won by 4 wickets
United Arab Emirates: 285/7 (50 overs) Shaiman Anwar 67(50), Khurram Khan 45 (55), Tendai Chatara 10-1-42-3
Zimbabwe: 286/6 (48 overs) Sean Williams 76*(65)

Feb 20, 2015

Match 9: Pool A - New Zealand v England - New Zealand won by 8 wickets
England: 123 all out (33.2 overs) Joe Root 46(70), Tim Southee 9-0-33-7
New Zealand: 125/2 (12.2 overs) Brendon McCullum 77(25), Chris Woakes 3-1-8-2

  • Brendon McCullum hits fifty in 18 balls which makes it third fastest to reach half century in ODIs and fastest in World Cup matches
  • Tim Southee picks up 7 wickets, the most by any New Zealand bowler in an ODI
  • New Zealand reaches 100 in 6.4 overs, the fastest by any team since 2001 in ODIs

Feb 21, 2015

Match 10: Pool B - Pakistan vs West Indies - West Indies won by 150 runs
West Indies: 310/6 (50 overs) Denesh Ramdin 51(43), Lendl Simmons 50(46), Darren Bravo 49(78), Andre Russell 42*(13)
Pakistan: 160 all out (39 overs) Umar Akmal 59(71), Sohaib Maqsood 50(66), Jerome Taylor 7-1-15-3, Andre Russell 8-2-33-3

Match 11: Pool A - Australia vs Bangladesh - Match abandoned without a ball bowled

Feb 22, 2015

Match 12: Pool A - Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka won by 4 wickets
Afghanistan: 232 all out (49.4 overs) Asghar Stanikzai 54(57), Lasith Malinga 9.4-1-41-3, Angelo Mathews 7-0-41-3
Sri Lanka: 236/6 (48.2 overs) Mahela Jayawardene 100(120), Thisara Perera 47*(26), Hamid Hassan 9-0-45-3

Match 13: Pool B - India vs South Africa - India won by 130 runs
India: 307/7 (50 overs) Shikhar Dhawan 137(146), Ajinkya Rahane 79(60)
South Africa: 177 all out (40.2 overs) Faf du Plessis 55(71), Ravichandran Ashwin 8.2-0-37-1

Feb 23, 2015

Match 14: Pool A - England vs Scotland - England won by 119 runs
England: 303/8 (50 overs) Moeen Ali 128(107), Ian Bell 54(85), Josh Davey 10-0-68-4
Scotland: 184 all out (42.2 overs) Kyle Coetzer 71(84), Steven Finn 9-3-26-3

Feb 24, 2015

Match 15: Pool B - West Indies v Zimbabwe - West Indies won by 73 runs (D/L method)
West Indies: 372/2 (50 overs) Chris Gayle 215(147), Marlon Samuels 133*(156)
Zimbabwe: 289 all out (44.3 overs) Sean Williams 76(61), Craig Ervine 52(41), Jerome Taylor 10-0-38-3, Jason Holder 7-0-48-3

Feb 25, 2015

Match 16: Pool B - Ireland v United Arab Emirates - Ireland won by 2 wickets
United Arab Emirates: 278/9 (50 overs) Shaiman Anwar 106(83)
Ireland: 279/8 (49.2 overs) Gary Wilson 80(69), Kevin O'Brien 50(25), Amjad Javed 10-0-60-3

Feb 26, 2015

Match 17: Pool A - Afghanistan v Scotland - Afghanistan won by 1 wicket
Scotland: 210 all out (50 overs) Matt Machan 31(28), Shapoor Zadran 10-1-38-4
Afghanistan: 211/9 (49.3 overs) Samiullah Shenwari 96(147), Javed Ahmadi 51(51), Richie Berrington 10-0-40-4

Match 18: Pool A - Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka won by 92 runs
Sri Lanka: 332/1 (50 overs) Tillakaratne Dilshan 161*(146), Kumar Sangakkara 105*(76)
Bangladesh: 240 all out (47 overs) Sabbir Rahman 53(62), Shakib Al Hasan 46(59), Lasith Malinga 9-0-35-3

Feb 27, 2015

Match 19: Pool B - South Africa v West Indies - South Africa won by 257 runs
South Africa: 408/5 (50 overs) AB de Villiers 162*(66), Hashim Amla 65(88), Faf du Plessis 62(70), Rilee Rossouw 61(39)
West Indies: 151 all out (33.1 overs) Jason Holder 56(48), Imran Tahir 10-2-45-5

Feb 28, 2015

Match 20: Pool A - New Zealand vs Australia - New Zealand won by 1 wicket
Australia: 151 all out (32.2 overs) Brad Haddin 43(41), Trent Boult 10-3-27-5
New Zealand: 152/9 (23.1 overs) Brendon McCullum 50(24), Kane Williamson 45*(42), Mitchell Starc 9-0-28-6

Match 21: Pool B - India vs United Arab Emirates - India won by 9 wickets
United Arab Emirates: 102 all out (31.3 overs) Shaiman Anwar 35(49), Ravichandran Ashwin 10-1-25-4
India: 104/1 (18.5 overs) Rohit Sharma 57*(55), Virat Kohli 33*(41)

Mar 1, 2015

Match 22: Pool A - England vs Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka won by 9 wickets
England: 309/6 (50 overs) Joe Root 121(108)
Sri Lanka: 312/1 (47.2 overs) Lahiru Thirimanne 139*(143), Kumar Sangakkara 117*(86)

Match 23: Pool B - Pakistan vs Zimbabwe - Pakistan won by 20 runs
Pakistan: 235/7 (50 overs) Misbah-ul-Haq 73(121), Wahab Riaz 54*(46), Tendai Chatara 10-2-35-3
Zimbabwe: 215 all out (49.4 overs) Brendan Taylor 50(72), Mohammad Irfan 10-2-30-4, Wahab Riaz 9.4-1-45-4

Mar 3, 2015

Match 24: Pool B - Ireland v South Africa - South Africa won by 201 runs
South Africa: 411/4 (50 overs) Hashim Amla 159(128), Faf du Plessis 109(109), Rilee Rossouw 61*(30), David Miller 46*(23)
Ireland: 210 all out (45 overs) Andy Balbirnie 58(71), Kevin O'Brien 48(65), Kyle Abbott 8-0-21-4, Morne Morkel 9-0-34-3

Mar 4, 2015

Match 25: Pool B - Pakistan vs United Arab Emirates - Pakistan won by 129 runs
Pakistan: 339/6 (50 overs) Ahmed Shehzad 93(105), Haris Sohail 70(83), Misbah-ul-Haq 65(49), Manjula Guruge 8-0-56-4
United Arab Emirates: 210/8 (50 overs) Shaiman Anwar 62(88)

Match 26: Pool A - Australia vs Afghanistan - Australia won by 275 runs
Australia: 417/6 (50 overs) David Warner 178(133), Steven Smith 95(98), Glenn Maxwell 88(39)
Afghanistan: 142 all out (37.3 overs) Nawroz Mangal 33(35), Mitchell Johnson 7.3-0-22-4

Mar 5, 2015

Match 27: Pool A - Bangladesh v Scotland - Bangladesh won by 6 wickets
Scotland: 318/8 (50 overs) Kyle Coetzer 156(134), Taskin Ahmed 7-0-43-3
Bangladesh: 322/4 (48.1 overs) Tamim Iqbal 95(100), Mahmudullah 62(62), Mushfiqur Rahim 60(42), Shakib Al Hasan 52*(41)

Mar 6, 2015

Pool B - India vs West Indies - India won by 4 wickets
West Indies: 182 all out (44.2 overs) Jason Holder 57(64), Mohammed Shami 8-2-35-3
India: 185/6 (39.1 overs) MS Dhoni 45*(56)

  • India wins their eighth successive match in World Cup equaling their record.

Mar 7, 2015

Match 29: Pool B - Pakistan v South Africa - Pakistan won by 29 runs (D/L method)
Pakistan: 222 all out (46.4 overs) Misbah-ul-Haq 56(86), Safraz Ahmed 49(49), Dale Steyn 10-3-30-3
South Africa: 202 all out (33.3 overs) AB de Villiers 77(58), Mohammad Irfan 8-0-52-3, Wahab Riaz 7.3-2-45-3, Rahat Ali 8-1-40-3

  • Shahid Afridi reaches the milestone of 350 sixes in One Day Internationals. He is the leading six-hitter in One Day Internationals.
  • Misbah-ul-Haq has 42 half-centuries without a single century in One Day Internationals.

Match 30: Pool B - Ireland v Zimbabwe - Ireland won by 5 runs
Ireland: 331/8 (50 overs) Ed Joyce 112(103), Andy Balbirnie 97(79), Tendai Chatara 10-0-61-3, Sean Williams 9-0-72-3
Zimbabwe: 326 all out (49.3 overs) Brendan Taylor 121(91), Sean Williams 96(83), Alex Cusack 9.3-2-32-4

Mar 8, 2015

Match 31: Pool A - New Zealand v Afghanistan - New Zealand won by 6 wickets
Afghanistan: 186 all out (47.4 overs) Najibullah Zadran 56(56), Samiullah Shenwari 54(110), Daniel Vettori 10-4-18-4
New Zealand: 188/4 (36.1 overs) Martin Guptill 57(76), Brendon McCullum 42(19)

Match 32: Pool A - Australia vs Sri Lanka - Australia won by 64 runs
Australia: 376/9 (50 overs) Glenn Maxwell 102(53), Steven Smith 72(88), Michael Clarke 68(68), Shane Watson 67(41) Sri Lanka: 312 all out (46.2 overs) Kumar Sangakkara 104(107), Tillakaratne Dilshan 62(60), Dinesh Chandimal 52(24), James Faulkner 9-0-48-3

  • Glenn Maxwell scores his maiden One Day International Century
  • Kumar Sangakkara hits three consecutive centuries in ODI cricket, the first batsman to do so in World Cup matches.

Mar 9, 2015

Match 33: Pool A - England v Bangladesh - Bangladesh won by 15 runs
Bangladesh: 275/7 (50 overs) Mahmudullah 103(138), Mushfiqur Rahim 89(77)
England: 260 all out (48.3 overs) Jos Buttler 65(52), Ian Bell 63(82), Chris Woakes 42*(40), Rubel Hossain 9.3-0-53-4

  • The century scored by Mahmudullah in this match is the first century by a Bangladesh batsman in a World Cup match
  • Bangladesh have beaten England three times in their last four ODI meetings

Mar 10, 2015

Match 34: Pool B - India vs Ireland - India won by 8 wickets
Ireland: 259 all out (49 overs) Niall O'Brien 75(75), William Porterfield 67(93), Mohammad Shami 9-0-41-3
India: 260/2 (36.5 overs) Shikhar Dhawan 100(85), Rohit Sharma 64(66)

Mar 11, 2015

Match 35: Pool A - Scotland vs Sri Lanka - Sri Lanka won by 148 runs
Sri Lanka: 363/9 (50 overs) Kumar Sangakkara 124(95), Tillakaratne Dilshan 104(99), Angelo Mathews 51(21), Josh Davey 8-0-63-3
Scotland: 215 all out (43.1 overs) Freddie Coleman 70(74), Preston Mommsen 60(75), Nuwan Kulasekara 7-0-20-3, Dushmantha Chameera 7.1-0-51-3

Mar 12, 2015

Match 36: Pool B - South Africa v United Arab Emirates - South Africa won by 146 runs
South Africa: 341/6 (50 overs) AB de Villiers 99(82), Farhaan Behardien 64*(31), Mohammad Naveed 10-0-63-3
United Arab Emirates: 195 all out (47.3 overs) Swapnil Patil 57*(100)

Mar 13, 2015

Match 37: Pool A - New Zealand v Bangladesh - New Zealand won by 3 wickets
Bangladesh: 288/7 (50 overs) Mahmudullah 128*(123), Soumya Sarkar 51(58)
New Zealand: 290/7 (48.5 overs) Martin Guptill 105(100), Ross Taylor 56(97), Shakib Al Hasan 8.5-1-55-4

Match 38: Pool A - Afghanistan vs England - England won by 9 wickets (D/L method)
Afghanistan: 111/7 (36.2 overs) Shafiqullah 30(64)
England: 101/1 (18.1 overs) Ian Bell 52*(56)

Mar 14, 2015

Match 39: Pool B - India vs Zimbabwe - India won by 6 wickets
Zimbabwe: 287 all out (48.5 overs) Brendan Taylor 138(110), Sean Williams 50(57), Mohammed Shami 9-2-48-3, Umesh Yadav 9.5-1-43-3, Mohit Sharma 10-1-48-3
India: 288/4 (48.4 overs) Suresh Raina 110*(104), MS Dhoni 85*(76)

Match 40: Pool A - Australia vs Scotland - Australia won by 7 wickets
Scotland: 130 all out (25.4 overs) Matt Machan 40(35), Mitchell Starc 4.4-1-14-4, Pat Cummins 7-1-42-3
Australia: Michael Clarke 47(47)

Mar 15, 2015

Match 41: Pool B - United Arab Emirates v West Indies - West Indies won by 6 wickets
United Arab Emirates: 175 all out (47.4 overs) Nasir Aziz 60(86), Amjad Javed 56(99), Jason Holder 10-1-27-4, Jerome Taylor 8.4-0-36-3
West Indies: 176/4 (30.3 overs) Johnson Charles 55(40), Jonathan Carter 50(58)

Match 42: Pool B - Ireland v Pakistan - Pakistan won by 7 wickets
Ireland: 237 all out (50 overs) William Porterfield 107(131), Wahab Riaz 10-0-54-3
Pakistan: 241/3 (46.1 overs) Safraz Ahmed 101*(124), Ahmed Shehzad 63(71)

Mar 18, 2015

Quarter-Final 1: South Africa vs Sri Lanka - South Africa won by 9 wickets
Sri Lanka: 133 all out (37.2 overs) Kumar Sangakkara 45(96), Lahiru Thirimanne 41(48), Imran Tahir 8.2-0-26-4, Jean-Paul Duminy 9-1-29-3
South Africa: 134/1 (18 overs) Quinton de Kock 78*(57)

Mar 19, 2015

Quarter-Final 2: Quarter-Final 2: Bangladesh vs India - India won by 109 runs
India: 302/6 (50 overs) Rohit Sharma 137(126), Suresh Raina 65(57), Taskin Ahmed 10-0-69-3
Bangladesh: 193 all out (45 overs) Nasir Hossain 35(34), Umesh Yadav 9-1-31-4

Mar 20, 2015

Quarter-Final 3: Australia vs Pakistan - Australia won by 6 wickets
Pakistan: 213 all out (49.5 overs) Haris Sohail 41(57), Josh Hazlewood 10-1-35-4, Mitchell Starc 10-1-40-2
Australia: 216/4 (33.5 overs) Steven Smith 65(69), Shane Watson 64*(66), Glenn Maxwell 44*(29), Wahab Riaz 9-0-54-2

Mar 21, 2015

Quarter-Final 4: New Zealand vs West Indies - New Zealand won by 143 runs
New Zealand: 393/6 (50 overs) Martin Guptill 237*(163), Ross Taylor 42(61), Jerome Taylor 7-0-71-3
West Indies: 250 all out (30.3 overs) Chris Gayle 61(33), Jason Holder 42(26), Trent Boult 10-3-44-4

Mar 24, 2015

Semi-Final 1: New Zealand vs South Africa - New Zealand won by 4 wickets (D/L method)
South Africa: 281/5 (43/43 overs) Faf du Plessis 82(107), AB de Villiers 65*(45), Corey Anderson 6-0-72-3
New Zealand: 299/6 (42.5 overs) Grant Elliott 84*(73), Brendon McCullum 59(26), Morne Morkel 9-0-59-3

Mar 26, 2015

Semi-Final 2: Australia vs India - Australia won by 95 runs
Australia: 328/7 (50 overs) Steven Smith 105(93), Aaron Finch 81(116), Umesh Yadav 9-0-72-4
India: 233 all out (46.5 overs) MS Dhoni 65(65), Shikhar Dhawan 45(41), Ajinkya Rahane 44(68), James Faulkner 10-0-50-2

Mar 29, 2015

Final: Australia vs New Zealand - Australia won by 7 wickets
New Zealand: 183 (45 overs) Grant Elliott 83(82), Ross Taylor 40(72), Mitchell Johnson 9-0-30-3, James Faulkner 9-1-36-3
Australia: 186/3 (33.1 overs) Michael Clarke 74(72), Steven Smith 56*(71), Matt Henry 9.1-0-46-2