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Welcome to TIME's World Cup 1999 online special. From May 14 to June 20, 12 of the world's cricketing nations will battle it out for the One Day International (ODI) crown in this grand sport's birthplace, England


TIME ASIA COVERAGE | RELATED NEWS SITES
NATIONAL AND OFFICIAL SITES | AUDIO BROADCAST







T I M E   M A G A Z I N E
Days of Glory
England may host the World Cup, but the true heart of the game now beats in South Asia

Who's Who
A look at some of the game's top batsmen

World Cup Finals
The memorable matches which set the stage for World Cup 1999

At the Wicket
May 19: Aparisim Ghosh says so far, so predictable: South Africa and Pakistan remain his favorites


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R E L A T E D   N E W S   S I T E S
PA NewsCentre
View live ball-by-ball scores direct from the scorers' laptops

AFP Cricket Newswire [from CricInfo]
The latest World Cup news
The 1999 World Cup in England: Official homepage with stories, archived scores and links
Live scorecards: Includes the latest weather from Yahoo! and CNN
Points table: Track the standings

CNN/SI--Cricket
Sports news from CNN and Sports Illustrated
Genteel game gone: South Africa, Pakistan and Australia are the favorites

Rediff On The Net--World Cup 99
India's largest online news and entertainment service; includes live updates

KHEL.com--World Cricket
India's KHEL.com brings you live, ball-by-ball coverage of all World Cup matches, complete with live averages, wagon wheels, partnership graphs, milestones, commentary and match reports

Cricket World Cup 1999
From India Today Group Online: a fine source for South Asia with live coverage, stats, columnists, including Kapil Dev, S. Venkataraghavan and Geoffrey Boycott

Cricket Unlimited
From The Guardian (UK) and Wisden


N A T I O N A L   A N D   O F F I C I A L   S I T E S
Cricket World Cup 1999
The official website from Lords of the 1999 Cricket World Cup; includes gems such as the lyrics to the official World Cup song

International Cricket Council
The governing body for international cricket

CricInfo
Massive database with detailed scores and other information on all international cricket, plus interactive events and player profiles
CricInfo (UK hub): As above; from the home of this year's World Cup

Wisden
Self-proclaimed "Bible of Cricket"

Competing Nations' Standings and News:
Australia
Bangladesh
England
India
Kenya
New Zealand
Pakistan
Scotland
South Africa
Sri Lanka
West Indies
Zimbabwe


A U D I O   B R O A D C A S T
Live World Cup Webcasts
The official link to Internet broadcasts (includes a schedule of broadcasts)

BBC4
Live RA commentary on most matches

BBC World Service Radio Live
Direct link to RealAudio from Broadcast.com; an invaluable source for news and updates



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