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Cricket World Cup

on BBC One London

Live coverage from Old Trafford of the first semi-final. Fourteams are now just one match away from Sunday's final at Lord's. Following the elimination of England on 29 May, and with it their hopes of becoming the first host country to win the competition, the remaining countries in contention for this match were Australia, South Africa, Pakistan, India, New Zealand, and Zimbabwe.
South Africa and Pakistan were the early pacesetters, and many expected them to progress to this stage at least. Introduced by Jonathan Agnew , with commentary from Richie Benaud , Barry Richards , Imran Khan , Jeff Thomson ,
Michael Atherton , Dermot Reeve and Ravi Shastri. Producer Paul Davies ; Executive producer
Alan Griffiths

Contributors

Introduced By:
Jonathan Agnew
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Richie Benaud
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Barry Richards
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Imran Khan
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Jeff Thomson
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Michael Atherton
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Dermot Reeve
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Ravi Shastri.
Producer:
Paul Davies
Producer:
Alan Griffiths

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