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Preview: the 2015 Cricket World Cup

The MCG will host the final, and expects a record crowd for the game against England. Photo: Prescott Pym

The 2015 cricket World Cup is set to be the closest ever, when the first ball is bowled tonight. There are a handful of teams which all have the potential to lift the trophy, but what can you expect from the tournament?

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McDonald’s and Budweiser: FIFA leaves a rotten legacy

Soweto fan park saw thousands of people enter into it to watch all of the big games throughout the World Cup. Photo Frederic Jon

Now that the World Cup 2010 circus has well and truly left South Africa, what financial effect did the tournament have on the host nation?

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South Africa 2010: the winners and losers

The vuvuzelas will be the lasting memory of this World Cup for many people. Photo: Dundas Football Club

From the vuvuzela to the Jabulani, the World Cup has absorbed the planet for the last month. But who are the winners and losers?

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World Cup Report 2010: England v. USA

Watch The Linc‘s video report of the first match from the England World Cup 2010 campaign as they took on the USA.

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World Cup blog: Why 2010 will not be Africa’s year

Ghana fans will be confident that their side and their African neighbours can progress but it will be very difficult. Photo: Jake Brown

The first African World Cup gets underway in three days. But the tournament which was billed as Africa’s tournament may see it’s nations struggle.

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Big match preview: Imps v Northampton

The Imps go into Saturday's game looking to achieve another three vital points against Northampton Town. Photo: Tom Farmery

Lincoln City go into their home clash with Northampton Town this weekend on the back of an impressive five-game unbeaten run.

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