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England were one of the favourites to win the 2014 Rugby World Cup but they missed out on the event on penalties against Australia. They finished second in the three pool matches and drew 0-0 against New Zealand, but they lost their first game at home to South Africa, losing 14-10. The team was then ranked at 13th in the world and after winning their final four games, England finished at the top of the Group of Death with an incredible 38 matches in a row. At this stage, England’s next matches were against Canada, Australia, Russia, New Zealand and New Zealand Lions.
They lost their last World Cup series against Scotland at the Millennium Stadium, losing 15-12. Since winning the 2015 World Cup, England have lost seven of their last 11 matches (and one of their last four).
England currently lead the Cricket World Cup, having beaten Argentina, Wales, Italy, South Africa, India, Australia, South Africa, Fiji and South Africa. They have won one Cricket World Cup and two Twenty20 World Cups.
Players that have played for England in ODIs for 2011 and 2012 are Tom Stokes, Tom Wood, Alastair Cook, Matthew Wade, Stuart Broad, Adam Lyth, Mike Hesson, Chris Woakes, Tom Cu