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ICC's 10 names selected, will be decided by World Cup semi-final results

Moitrosh majumdar, Kolkata:

 The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the names of officials for the World Cup-2015 knockout rounds.  English umpires Richard Illingworth and Richard Kettleborough will be on-field um…



Moitrosh majumdar, Kolkata:

 The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced the names of officials for the World Cup-2015 knockout rounds.  English umpires Richard Illingworth and Richard Kettleborough will be on-field umpires during the first semi-final between India and New Zealand.

 This match will be played on Manchester's Old Trafford field on Tuesday.  Third umpire Rod Tucker and fourth officer Nigel Long will be in this match.  Former Australian player David Boon will play the match referee.

 In the second semifinal between Australia and hosts England, Sri Lanka's Kumar Dharmasena and South Africa's Marais Erasmus will be on-field umpires.

 New Zealand's Chris Gaffney will play the third umpire while Alim Daran of Pakistan will be the fourth official.  Sri Lanka's Ranjan Madugalla will be the match referee in the semi-finals.

 There will be teams of Australia, India, England and New Zealand in the semi-finals.  India defeated Sri Lanka by 7 wickets in Hadigl on Saturday, ending the group stage with the top spot in the points table.

 In another match of the day, Australia have lost 10 runs to South Africa, due to which the Australian team had to finish second in the group stage.

 India will now face New Zealand in Manchester on Tuesday in the first semifinal of ICC World Cup-2015.

 India finished the group stage with 15 points in 9 matches in the group stage.  At the same time, after the good start of New Zealand's World Cup, they were stunned after losing to Pakistan, Australia and England.  The Kiwi team has 11 points from nine matches.

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