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The ICC has stated that in the event of the final ending in a draw or tie, the trophy will be shared, unlike the case in the 50-overs World Cup final three weeks ago

Gibson under CSA microscope

The Proteas endured their worst World Cup campaign in England, winning just three out of nine matches and were eliminated from the running for a play-off spot two weeks before the semi-finals took place

Umpires made a big mistake, says Taufel

“The umpires take decisions on the field with their interpretation of the rules and we don’t comment on any decisions as a matter of policy”

Rampant England end Australia’s title defence to roar into CWC final

"Everyone in the dressing-room can take credit. We want to make the most of the opportunity.”

Proteas have what it takes

The Proteas could not have asked for a better build-up since the last World Cup with legendary Australian coach Norma Plummer moulding her team into top-class performers

Black Caps fight their way into Cricket World Cup final

“We just wanted to put the ball in the good areas and put pressure on India. We just wanted some early wickets and it was great start for the bowlers.”

Proteas have a lot to consider regarding their ODI future

Du Plessis remains motivated to continue his international career,

Intensity is an absolute non-negotiable for Faf

There had been plenty of talk about the players’ mentality and again their ability to perform under pressure was scrutinised.

Not much to report

Having lived every ball with the Proteas throughout their World Cup campaign here in the United Kingdom, Zaahier Adams dissects the individuals whose performance resulted in a failed report card to the majority of the team over the past six weeks

Duminy leaving with some fond memories

“JP has been the father figure of the team for a long time now, he’s been my soundboard in the team, he’s a very wise man,” Du Plessis said of Duminy