Cricket: World Cup results and standings - collated

Collated World Cup results and standings on Sunday:

Pool A

At Wellington

England 309-6 (Joe Root 121) v Sri Lanka 312-1 (Lahiru Thirimanne 139 not out, Kumar Sangakkara 117 not out)

Sri Lanka won by nine wickets

Pool B

At Brisbane

Pakistan 235-7 (Misbah-ul-Haq 73, Wahab Riaz 54 not out) v Zimbabwe 215 (Brendan Taylor 50)

Pakistan won by 20 runs

Standings (played, won, lost tied, N/R, points, run rate)

Pool A

New Zealand 4 4 0 0 0 8 +3.589

Sri Lanka 4 3 1 0 0 6 +0.128

Bangladesh 3 1 1 0 1 3 +0.287

Australia 3 1 1 0 1 3 -0.305

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Afghanistan 3 1 2 0 0 2 -0.760

England 4 1 3 0 0 2 -1.201

Scotland 3 0 3 0 0 0 -1.735

Pool B

India 3 3 0 0 0 6 +2.630

South Africa 3 2 1 0 0 4 +1.260

Ireland 2 2 0 0 0 4 +0.338

West Indies 4 2 2 0 0 4 -0.313

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Zimbabwe 4 1 3 0 0 2 -0.723

Pakistan 3 1 2 0 0 2 -1.373

UAE 3 0 3 0 0 0 -1.326

Note: Top four in each group qualify for quarter-finals

Already played

Pool A

Feb 14

At Christchurch

New Zealand 331-6 (Corey Anderson 75, Brendon McCullum 65, Kane Williamson 57) v Sri Lanka 233 all out (Lahiru Thirimanne 65)

New Zealand won by 98 runs

At Melbourne

Australia 342-9 (Aaron Finch 135, Glenn Maxwell 66, George Bailey 55; Steven Finn 5-71) v England 231 all out (James Taylor 98 not out; Mitchell Marsh 5-53)

Australia won by 111 runs

Feb 17

At Dunedin

Scotland 142 all out in 36.2 overs (Matt Machan 56, Richie Berrington 50) v New Zealand 146-7

New Zealand won by three wickets

Feb 18

At Canberra

Bangladesh 267 all out (Mushfiqur Rahim 71, Shakib Al Hasan 63) v Afghanistan 162 all out

Bangladesh won by 105 runs

Feb 20

At Wellington

England 123 all out (Tim Southee 7-33) v New Zealand 125-2 (Brendon McCullum 77)

New Zealand won by eight wickets

Feb 21

At Brisbane

Australia v Bangladesh - no result, rain

Feb 22

At Dunedin

Afghanistan 232 all out (Asghar Stanikzai 54) v Sri Lanka 236-6 (Mahela Jayawardene 100)

Sri Lanka won by four wickets

Feb 23

At Christchurch

England 303-8 (Moeen Ali 128, Ian Bell 54) v Scotland 184 all out (Kyle Coetzer 71)

England won by 119 runs

Feb 26

At Dunedin

Scotland 210 all out v Afghanistan 211-9 (Samiullah Shenwari 96, Javed Ahmadi 51)

Afghanistan won by one wicket

At Melbourne

Sri Lanka 332-1 (Tillakaratne Dilshan 161 not out, Kumar Sangakkara 105 not out, Lahiru Thirimanne 52) v Bangladesh 240 all out (Sabbir Rahman 53)

Sri Lanka won by 92 runs

Feb 28

At Auckland

Australia 151 (Trent Boult 5-27) v New Zealand 152-9 (Brendon McCullum 50; Mitchell Starc 6-28)

New Zealand won by one wicket

Pool B

Feb 15

At Hamilton

South Africa 339-4 (David Miller 138 not out, JP Duminy 115 not out) v Zimbabwe 277 all out (Hamilton Masakadza 80, Chamu Chibhabha 64)

South Africa won by 62 runs

At Adelaide

India 300-7 (Virat Kohli 107, Suresh Raina 74, Shikhar Dhawan 73; Sohail Khan 5-55) v Pakistan 224 all out (Misbah-ul-Haq 76)

India won by 76 runs

Feb 16

At Nelson

West Indies 304-7 (Lendl Simmons 102, Darren Sammy 89) v Ireland 307-6 (Paul Stirling 92, Ed Joyce 84, Niall O'Brien 79 not out)

Ireland won by four wickets

Feb 20

At Nelson

United Arab Emirates 285-7 (Shaiman Anwar 67) v Zimbabwe 286-6 (Sean Williams 76 not out)

Zimbabwe won by four wickets

Feb 21

At Christchurch

West Indies 310-6 (Denesh Ramdin 51, Lendl Simmons 50) v Pakistan 150 all out (Umar Akmal 59, Sohaib Maqsood 50)

West Indies won by 150 runs

Feb 22

At Melbourne

India 307-7 (Shikhar Dhawan 137, Ajinkya Rahane 79) v South Africa 177 all out (Faf du Plessis 55)

India won by 130 runs

Feb 24

At Canberra

West Indies 372-2 (Chris Gayle 215, Marlon Samuels 133 not out) v Zimbabwe 289 all out (Sean Williams 76, Craig Ervine 52)

West Indies won by 73 runs (D/L method)

Feb 25

At Brisbane

UAE 278-9 (Shaiman Anwar 106) v Ireland 279-8 (Gary Wilson 80, Kevin O'Brien 50)

Ireland won by two wickets

Feb 27

At Sydney

South Africa 408-5 (AB de Villiers 162 not out, Hashim Amla 65, Faf du Plessis 62, Rilee Roussouw 61) v West Indies 151 all out (Jason Holder 56; Imran Tahir 5-45)

South Africa won by 257 runs

Feb 28

At Perth

UAE 102 v India 104-1 (Rohit Sharma 57 not out)

India won by nine wickets

Still to play:

Mar 03 South Africa v Ireland, Canberra (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Mar 04 Pakistan v UAE, Napier (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

Mar 04 Australia v Afghanistan, Perth (14:30 local/06:30 GMT)

Mar 05 Bangladesh v Scotland, Nelson (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, March 04)

Mar 06 India v West Indies, Perth (14:30 local/06:30 GMT)

Mar 07 South Africa v Pakistan, Auckland (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

Mar 07 Zimbabwe v Ireland, Hobart (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Mar 08 New Zealand v Afghanistan, Napier (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, March 07)

Mar 08 Australia v Sri Lanka, Sydney (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Mar 09 England v Bangladesh, Adelaide (14:00 local/03:30 GMT)

Mar 10 India v Ireland, Hamilton (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

Mar 11 Sri Lanka v Scotland, Hobart (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Mar 12 South Africa v UAE, Wellington (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

Mar 13 Bangladesh v New Zealand, Hamilton (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

Mar 13 England v Afghanistan, Sydney (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Mar 14 India v Zimbabwe, Auckland (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

Mar 14 Australia v Scotland, Hobart (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Mar 15 West Indies v UAE, Napier (11:00 local/22:00 GMT, March 14)

Mar 15 Pakistan v Ireland, Adelaide (14:00 local/03:30 GMT)

Quarter-finals

Mar 18 Sydney (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Mar 19 Melbourne (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Mar 20 Adelaide (14:00 local/03:30 GMT)

Mar 21 Wellington (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

Semi-finals

Mar 24 Auckland (14:00 local/01:00 GMT)

Mar 26 Sydney (14:30 local/03:30 GMT)

Final

Mar 29 Melbourne (14:30 local/04:30 GMT)

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