Clarke's selection dilemma after Aust win

Aaron Finch says every player in Australia's 15-man squad is in form and that it will be a tough call on whoever is dropped for Michael Clarke.
 

We'll do it our way say winning Black Caps

Corey Anderson is reluctant to draw too many parallels between his Black Caps squad and New Zealand's 1992 World Cup group.
 
Cricket World Cup organisers have admitted the umpires made the wrong call in the chaotic end to Saturday night's match between Australia and England at the MCG.
 
Century-maker Aaron Finch says Australia's ability to score 9-342, their sixth-highest score in a home one-dayer, in their World Cup opener, despite having to spend about 10 overs focusing on survival illustrates just how destructive their batting can be.
 
While one of the two great derbies of cricket is flogged into the ground by rapacious administrators – the World Cup match between Australia and England is their 29th meeting, spread over all three formats, since June 2013 – the rarity value of the other great derby has been preserved.
 
Six weeks out from the World Cup decider the bookies (the authorised ones) have installed one of the home teams, Australia, as the favourites.
 
Australia's phenomenal performance in their first match in the World Cup underlined why so many expect them to be returning to the MCG in six weeks' time to duel for the trophy.
 
There were no early tournament nerves and, if anything, New Zealand actually found another gear as they won the Cricket World Cup opener in a canter.
 

Aggressive Aussies set for Cup opener

Australia are set to start their World Cup campaign against arch-rivals England, with George Bailey wanting aggression but no 'ugly incidents'.
 

Black Caps seek calmness ahead of opener

Brendon McCullum is calling for composure from his Black Caps throughout the World Cup regardless of how they're performing.
 
The mop of tinted hair, the green sunglasses and the casual swagger were hard to miss.
 
Javed Ahmadi is Afghanistan's answer to "The Big Show" and Aussie fast-bowling great Geoff Lawson thinks he's one of the 10 players to watch at the Cricket World Cup.
 
The next 44 days are not just a showcase for the 50-over format, but a show-trial for its survival.
 
Six weeks out from the World Cup decider the bookies (the authorised ones) have installed one of the home teams, Australia, as the favourites.