"Crash, Bang, Walloped" is the headline in the Sun after England's shock defeat by Bangladesh on Friday. The paper derides Andrew Strauss's men for a "second almighty cock-up in 10 days".
Full story: the Sun
The Daily Express uses the headline "Meltdown", alongside a picture of England's struggling fast bowler James Anderson.
Full story: Daily Express
The Daily Mirror describes England's campaign as a "shambles" and runs with the headline "Up the Swanee" in reference to Graeme Swann's tirade at umpire Daryl Harper.
Full story: Daily Mirror
The Daily Star labels Strauss's men "Bang out of Order", saying they have been bitten by the Tigers from Bangladesh.
Full story: Daily Star
Former England captain Michael Atherton says it is a measure of how bad the structure of the tournament is that England can lose to Ireland and Bangladesh and still potentially reach the quarter-finals.
Full story: the Times (Subscription only)
Kevin Pietersen was out drinking with his agent and friends at a Soho nightclub two days after returning from the World Cup because of injury.
Full story: Daily Mail
David Hussey could be the fall guy when Australia recall his brother Mike to their side for Sunday's meeting with Kenya, with Steve Smith the other player sweating on his place.
Full story: Australian Associated Press
The umpire review system has improved the number of correct decisions made, but needless adjustments have only confused players and fans.
Full story: Duncan Fletcher in the Guardian
Pakistan manager Intikhab Alam has denied reports that second-choice wicketkeeper Umar Akmal has feigned an injury in order to save his brother Kamran's place in the team. (AFP)