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World Cup 2011 Warm up Live Cricket Score: Pakistan will be taking on England in the Warm Up Match on 18 Febraury 2011 one day after the opening ceremony of the Cricket World Cup 2011. This is a very crucial game for both the teams as they will be going in the match to get some confidence before the big world cup 2011 gets underway.

World Cup 2011 Warm up Live Score: New Zealand will face India in what will be a second warm-up game for the both the sides before they march into the World Cup. India played Australia earlier, while New Zealand were able to beat Ireland in a game that went down to the wire.

England will play its first warm-up game of the World Cup 2011 against Canada at Fatullah on Wednesday, February 16, 2011.

World Cup 2011 Warm Up Match: West Indies will continue with their World Cup warm-ups with their second game against the Sri Lankan side at the RPS in Colombo. Both sides had won their first games – West Indies defeated Kenya and Sri Lanka had murdered Netherlands in their respective first games.

Pakistan take on Bangladesh in what will be the first game for them as a warm-up for the World Cups. The match will be played at the Shere-Bangla stadium in Bangladesh on February 15 and will see Bangladesh feature in their second game of the tournament.

South Africa will play their second warm-up game of the World Cup against Australia at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. South Africa had beaten Zimbabwe in their first game rather easily, but against arch-rivals Australia, things could be a tad different.

World Cup 2011 Warm Up Match Live Score: Netherlands will play Kenya in their second warm-up game of the tournament before the World Cup begins. The two teams had played their first game in the World Cup on February 12 and both sides had gone down.

World Cup 2011 Warm Up Live Scores: Zimbabwe will play Ireland in what will be the second warm-up game for both the teams before the start of the World Cup. The game will be played at the VCA in Nagpur and will be a day game.

The World Cup has not even started but the complaints have already begun from the touring parties around the nature of the tracks. Two days into the warm-up games, there have been three captains who have raised the issue of the lack of bounce and pace and spin-friendliness of two of the pitches down south.