Aussies brought an end to India's 11 match unbeaten world cup run with a clear win of 95 runs at Sydney with Steve Smith scoring his fifth century against the visitors of the summer. Full story & scorecard.
Grant Elliott hit a six off penultimate ball to wrap up the big chase to take New Zealand into final after South African total had to be curtailed due to rain. Full story & scorecard.
Home team gave visitors a mouthful, and got some in return as well but there was only one winner on the field today as Pakistani batsmen and fielders failed their inspired bowlers. Misbah & Afridi retired from ODIs. Full story & scorecard.
Rohit Sharma's careful century pushed Indians past solid total before Indian bowlers bowled out opposition 7th consecutive time. Young Bangladesh side were probably over-whelmed by the big occasion. Full story & scorecard.
The first ever knock-out match win for South Africans in World cups was scripted by the bowlers who restricted Sri Lankans to an inferior 133 with JP Duminy taking a hat-trick and Imran Tahir a four-for. Full story & scorecard.
Sarfraz Ahmed became first Pakistani wicket keeper to score a century in World cups and his knock ensured green team chased down Irish 238 easily to qualify for quarter-finals. Full story & scorecard.
Captain Jason Holder and rest of Windies fast bowlers restricted inexperienced UAE batsmen to only 175 which batsmen chased down with 117 balls remaining, doing net run rate plenty of good. Full story & scorecard.
Mitchell Starc and rest of fast bowlers ensured rain unlucky Aussies fetched full points from this match to finish second on points table. Full story & scorecard.
Suresh Raina and MS Dhoni raised 196 unbroken partnership to finish the league stages unbeaten for Indians after Zimbabweans had snatched four early wickets defending solid 287. Full story & scorecard.
Only their second win besides four defeats for England, that too over newcommers Afghanistan, bringing their World cup campaign to an early end. Full story & scorecard.
Martin Guptill scored an important century after Bangladesh had eaten away Kiwi top order defending good total built around Mahmudullah's century. Full story & scorecard.
Captain AB de Villiers was out one short of his century but his knock ensured potent total was put on board to which UAE batsmen were no challenge. Full story & scorecard.
First batsman to score 4 consecutive centuries = Kumar Sangakkara, collaborated with Dilshan's 22nd ODI century to script solid 148 runs win for Sri Lankans over Scotland, storming into the quarter-finals. Full story & scorecard.
Shikhar Dhawan's 8th century fetched India 9th consecutive win in World cups, beating Ireland by significant margin of 8 wickets at Hamilton. Full story & scorecard.
In a virtual pre-quarter-final, Mahmudullah scored the maiden century by a Bangladesh batsman in World cup before fast bowlers sent England packing. Full story & scorecard.
Daniel Vettori snatched away 4 wickets, restricting Afghanistan to 186 which Kiwis wrapped up inside 37 overs. Full story & scorecard.
Brendan Taylor and Sean Williams nearly pulled off an incredible win for Zimbabwe but thanks to substantially better fielding, Ireland claimed this tense game. Full story & scorecard.
Bowlers did the job for Pakistan after batsmen had given them a moderate total to defend. Tournament favorites South Africans suffered their second defeat. Full story & scorecard.
Captain MS Dhoni guided Indians home after Jerome Taylor and rest of Windies fast bowlers had ravaged the top order. Full story & scorecard.
Batsmen finally stood up for Pakistan, putting solid total (339/6) on board to which UAE were no challenge, falling 129 runs short. Full story & scorecard.
Massive 411/4 were scored by senior South Africans who then defended their total 201 runs better against upcoming and high on confidence team Ireland. Full story & Scorecard.
Wahab Riaz did the job both with bat and ball while Mohammad Irfan took four as Pakistan registered their first win of the tournament. Full story & scorecard.
If England's 309/6 was a fine effort, Kumar Sangakkara and Lahiru Thirimanne secured the match for Sri Lankans for the loss of only one wicket. Full story and scorecard.
Career best 4/25 by Ravichandran helped Indians restrict UAE for just 102 which they chased down with 9 wickets and 187 runs in hand. Full story & scorecard.
19 wickets fell for just 303 runs scored with Kane Williamson's calm knock being the difference between the trans-tasman arch rivals.. Full story & scorecard.
The fastest 150 in ODI cricket, off just 64 balls came from the bat of AB de Villiers, pushing South Africa to 408/5 to which West Indies had no answer. Full story & scorecard.
Tillakaratne Dilshan's 21st ODI century, and Kumar Sangakkara's 22nd (in this 400th ODI) helped Lankans score an emphatic win over tricky Bangladesh side. Full story & scorecard.
8 down for 132, Samiullah Shenwari scripted thrilling win for Afghanistan, their first ever at World cup stage, beating Scotland by one wicket! Full story & scorecard.
Easily the closest match of the tournament so far, UAE pushed confident Ireland team down to the wire chasing 279 but they did it with four balls and two wickets remaining. Full story & scorecard.
West Indies left hander scored only the 5th ODI double century and added record 372 runs partnership with Marlon Samuels, leaving very little chance for young Zimbabweans. Full story & scorecard.
Moeen Ali's century and his 172 runs opening stand with Ian Bell set up a big total to which Scotish team had no answers, falling 119 runs short. Full story & scorecard.
Shikhar Dhawan's 7th century and crucial knocks from Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane posted solid total on board for Indian to which South Africans had no answers, falling 130 runs short. Full story and scorecard.
Mahela Jayawardene and then Thisara Perera lured Sri Lankans out of danger against an inspired performance from Afghanistan side. Full story and scorecard.
Cyclone Marcia didn't allow a ball to be bowled, even the toss didn't happen before match was called off. Bangladesh won't be complain earning a point against mighty hosts without even playing. Full story.
Windies recovered remarkably to score potent total to which Pakistanis had no answer, falling 150 runs short. Full story and scorecard.
First, Tim Southee's 7 wkts haul wrapped Englishmen for just 123 and then Brendon McCullum knocked 77 off just 25 balls to rub it in. Full story and scorecard.
Zimbabwe bowlers gave away the highest ODI total ever for UAE but batsmen did a determined chase, overhauling the significant target with two overs to spare. Full story and scorecard.
Exeprienced duo of Mushfiqur Rahim and Shakib Al Hasan helped Bangladesh post a decent total on board before new commers Afghanistan surrendered 105 runs defeat. Full story and scorecard.
Trent Boult grabbed two wickets off his first two balls to trigger Scotish demolision but home team themselves lost 7 batsmen to overhaul target of only 143. Full Story & scorecard.
Paul Stirling, Ed Joyce and Niall O'Brien scripted wonderful chase at Nelson after Irish spinners had restricted seniors West Indies to 304/7 despite century from Lendl Simmons. Full story & scorecard.
6th win from as many matches for the blue boys over the arch rival green team. Virat Kohli's 22nd century, Suresh Raina's explosive knock (and couple of catches) outshine Sohail Khan's five-for. Full story & scorecard | Ind v Pak in World cups.
Aaron Finch scored the first century of 11th edition of World cup, guiding home team to a strong total to which arch rivals Englishmen had very few answers. Full story & scorecard.
Corey Anderson stared in this opening match where Sri Lankan had recovered well after solid begining by the home team. Full story & scorecard.
1975 = West Indies, 1979 = West Indies, 1983 = India, 1987 = Australia, 1992 = Pakistan, 1996 = Sri Lanka, 1999 = Australia, 2003 = Australia, 2007 = Australia, 2011 = India. Will we see a new winner in 2015? South Africans, Englishmen and Kiwis will surely be hoping so.
Group A = Australia, England, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Afghanistan and Scotland.
Group B = India, South Africa, Pakistan, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Ireland and United Arab Emirates.
Schedule & results so far.