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ICC WORLD CUP CRICKET

Team Mode of Qualification


Team Mode of Qualification

  • Australia ICC Full Member
  • Bangladesh ICC Full Member
  • England ICC Full Member
  • India ICC Full Member
  • New Zealand ICC Full Member
  • Pakistan ICC Full Member
  • South Africa ICC Full Member
  • Sri Lanka ICC Full Member
  • West Indies ICC Full Member
  • Zimbabwe ICC Full Member

  • Ireland 1st place in 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifier
  • Canada 2nd place in 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifier
  • Netherlands 3rd place in 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifier
  • Kenya 4th place in 2009
  • ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2007

About

The ICC Cricket World Cup is the ICC's flagship one-day cricket event.

Nine editions of the tournament have taken place to date, with the event being won by Australia on four occasions (1987, 1999, 2003, 2007), West Indies twice (1975, 1979), and India (1983), Pakistan (1992) and Sri Lanka (1996) on one occasion.

The tournament has helped create some of the most memorable moments in the history of the sport, including one of the most dramatic games of all time, when Australia and South Africa tied the ICC Cricket World Cup 1999 semi-final, and one of the greatest shocks, when India defeated West Indies in the final of the 1983 event.

The ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 is set to be one of the most exciting events in the history of the event, with the new quarter-final format set to create a fascinating finish to the tournament.

14 teams will take part in the tournament with games set to be broadcast to a global audience in over 180 territories and followed by millions on the internet, mobile and other media.


Result

YearDateVenueFinalsResult
1975Jun 07-Jun 21EnglandWI vs AUSWI won by 17 runs
1979Jun 09-Jun 23EnglandENG vs WIWI won by 92 runs
1983Jun 09-Jun 25EnglandIND vs WIIND won by 43 runs
1987Oct 08-Nov 08India,PakistanAUS vs ENGAUS won by 7 runs
1992Feb 22-Mar 25Australia,New ZealandPAK vs ENGPAK won by 22 runs
1996Feb 14-Mar 17India,Pakistan,Sri LankaAUS vs SLSL won by 7 wickets
1999May 14-Jun 20England,Ireland,Netherlands,ScotlandAUS vs PAKAUS won by 8 wickets
2003Feb 09-Mar 23Kenya,South Africa,ZimbabweAUS vs INDAUS won by 125 runs
2007Mar 13-Apr 28West IndiesSL vs AUSAUS won by 53 runs

Batting

  • Highest individual score 
1.Gary Kirsten (SA) 188* vs. UAE
2. Sourav Ganguly (IND) 183 vs. SL
3. Vivian Richards (WI) 181 vs. SL
4. Kapil Dev (IND) 175* vs. ZIM
5. Virender Sehwag (IND) 175 vs. BAN
  • Leading run scores 
1. Sachin Tendulkar (IND) 2120 (41 Matches)
2. Ricky Ponting (AUS) 1613 (43 Matches)
3. Brian Lara (WI) 1225 (34 Matches)
4. Sanath Jayasuriya (SL) 1165 (38 Matches)
5. Adam Gilchrist (AUS) 1085 (31 Matches)
  • Best batting strike rate 
1. Kieron Pollard (WI) 164 (5 Matches)
2. Dwayne Smith (WI) 163.33 (6 Matches)
3. Chris Lewis (ENG) 155.76 (9 Matches)
4. Andy Blignaut (ZIM) 138.20 (7 Matches)
5. Ian Smith (NZ) 132.69 (17 Matches)
  • Best batting averages 
1. Lance Klusener (SA) 124 (14 Matches)
2. Andrew Symonds (AUS) 103 (18 Matches)
3. Michael Clarke (AUS) 101.83 (15 Matches)
4. Shane Watson (AUS) 76.75 (12 Matches)
5. Graeme Fowler (ENG) 72 (7 Matches)
  • Most 50s 
1. Sachin Tendulkar (IND) 13 (41 Matches)
2. Graham Gooch (ENG) 8 (21 Matches)
3. Martin Crowe (NZ) 8 (21 Matches)
4. Herschelle Gibbs (SA) 8 (25 Matches)
5. Steve Tikolo (KEN) 8 (27 Matches)
  • Most 100s 
1. Sachin Tendulkar (IND) 6 (41 Matches)
2. Sourav Ganguly (IND) 4 (21 Matches)
3. Mark Waugh (AUS) 4 (22 Matches)
4. Ricky Ponting (AUS) 4 (43 Matches)
5. AB de Villiers (SA) 3 (14 Matches)
1. Sachin Tendulkar (IND) 221 (41 Matches)
2. Adam Gilchrist (AUS) 141 (31 Matches)
3. Ricky Ponting (AUS) 136 (43 Matches)
4. Stephen Fleming (NZ) 134 (33 Matches)
5. Brian Lara (WI) 124 (34 Matches)


Bowling

  • Best bowling
1. Glenn McGrath (AUS) 7/15 (7 Ovrs) vs. NAM
2. Andrew Bichel (AUS) 7/20 (10 Ovrs) vs. ENG
3. Winston Davis (WI) 7/51 (10.3 Ovrs) vs. AUS
4. Gary Gilmour (AUS) 6/14 (12 Ovrs) vs. ENG
5. Shane Bond (NZ) 6/23 (10 Ovrs) vs. AUS
  • Leading wicket takers 
1. Glenn McGrath (AUS) 71 (39 Matches)
2. Muttiah Muralidaran (SL) 60 (36 Matches)
3. Wasim Akram (PAK) 55 (38 Matches)
4. Chaminda Vaas (SL) 49 (31 Matches)
5. Javagal Srinath (IND) 44 (34 Matches)
  • Most economical
1. John Snow (ENG) 1.80 (3 Matches)
2. Derek Underwood (ENG) 1.86 (2 Matches)
3. Geoff Dymock (AUS) 2.06 (3 Matches)
4. Geoff Arnold (ENG) 2.35 (3 Matches)
5. Bishan Bedi (IND) 2.46 (5 Matches)
  • Most expensive
1. Dwayne Leverock (BER) 7.74 (23.3 Ovrs, 3 Matches)
2. Berend Westdijk (NED) 7.52 (23.0 Ovrs, 3 Matches)
3. Liam Plunkett (ENG) 6.95 (23.0 Ovrs, 3 Matches)
4. Bernard Loots (NED) 6.93 (25.4 Ovrs, 3 Matches)
5. Elijah Otieno (KEN) 6.76 (31.3 Ovrs, 5 Matches)


Fielding

  • Most catches 
1. Ricky Ponting (AUS) 27 (43 Matches)
2. Sanath Jayasuriya (SL) 18 (38 Matches)
3. Chris Cairns (NZ) 16 (28 Matches)
4. Brian Lara (WI) 16 (34 Matches)
5. Inzamam-ul-Haq (PAK) 16 (35 Matches)
  • Most stumping 
1. Kumar Sangakkara (SL) 9 (26 Matches)
2. Moin Khan (PAK) 7 (20 Matches)
3. Adam Gilchrist (AUS) 7 (31 Matches)
4. Kiran More (IND) 6 (14 Matches)
5. Kamran Akmal (PAK) 4 (8 Matches)
  • Most run outs
1. Jonty Rhodes (SA) 5 (24 Matches)
2. Dwayne Bravo (WI) 4 (10 Matches)
3. Chris Harris (NZ) 4 (28 Matches)
4. Lou Vincent (NZ) 3 (6 Matches)
5. Shakib Al Hasan (BAN) 3 (14 Matches)


Teams

  • Highest team total 
1. IND 413 vs. BER
2. SL 398 vs. KEN
3. AUS 377 vs. SA
4. IND 373 vs. SL
5. IND 370 vs. BAN
  • Lowest team total 
1. CAN 36 vs. SL
2. NAM 45 vs. AUS
3. CAN 45 vs. ENG
4. BAN 58 vs. WI
5. SCO 68 vs. WI
  • Largest victory margin (Rns.)
1. IND 257 vs. BER
2. AUS 256 vs. NAM
3. SL 243 vs. BER
4. SA 231 vs. NED
5. AUS 229 vs. NED
  • Largest Victory Margin (Wts.)
1. IND 10 vs. EA
2. WI 10 vs. ZIM
3. WI 10 vs. PAK
4. SA 10 vs. KEN
5. SL 10 vs. BAN



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