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Final countdown begins at 2019 World Cup

Zee News Saturday, 6 July 2019 ()
The cricket World Cup in England has reached its final countdown. Australia, India, England and New Zealand have emerged victorious from the group stage to reach the semi-finals. None of these sides have a clean and unblemished record and that is precisely why predicting a winner is truly foolhardy.
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Record audiences are expected to watch the Women's World Cup final on Sunday, but whether victory goes to the U.S. or the Netherlands, the event looks like a big win for women's soccer. Julian Satterthwaite reports.

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