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Figure out the Previous World Cups

Last updated on: February 09, 2011 17:53 IST

The tenth edition of the ICC World Cup kicks-off on February 19 with former champions India taking on Bangladesh in Dhaka.

The tournament, jointly staged by India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh, will see 14 teams battle it out for one-day cricket's biggest prize.

Here's a statistical look of the previous tournaments:

Summary of World Cup results:

Tournament results Match results
Country Years W RU LSF Mts Won Lost NR Tied
Australia 1975 to 2007 4 2 0 69 51 17 0 1
Bangladesh 1999 to 2007 0 0 0 20 5 14 1 0
Bermuda 2007 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0
Canada 1975,2003 & 2007 0 0 0 12 1 11 0 0
East Africa 1975 0 0 0 3 0 3 0 0
England 1975 to 2007 0 3 2 59 36 22 1 0
India 1975 to 2007 1 1 2 58 32 25 1 0
Ireland 2007 0 0 0 9 2 6 1 0
Kenya 1996 to 2007 0 0 1 23 6 16 1 0
Namibia 2003 0 0 0 6 0 6 0 0
Netherlands 1996,2003 & 2007 0 0 0 14 2 12 0 0
New Zealand 1975 to 2007 0 0 5 62 35 26 1 0
Pakistan 1975 to 2007 1 1 3 56 30 24 2 0
Scotland 1999 & 2007 0 0 0 8 0 8 0 0
South Africa 1992 to 2007 0 0 3 40 25 13 0 2
Sri Lanka 1975 to 2007 1 1 1 57 25 30 1 1
UAE 1996 0 0 0 5 1 4 0 0
West Indies 1975 to 2007 2 1 1 57 35 21 1 0
Zimbabwe 1983 to 2007 0 0 0 45 8 33 3 1
  TOTAL 9 9 18           

(W=Won, RU=Runner-up, LSF=Losing Semifinalist)

Result of finals:

1975 WEST INDIES (291-8) beat Australia (274) by 17 runs - Lord's
1979 WEST INDIES (286-9) beat England (194) by 92 runs - Lord's
1983 INDIA (183) beat West Indies (140) by 43 runs - Lord's
1987 AUSTRALIA (253-5) beat England (246-8) by 7 runs - Calcutta
1992 PAKISTAN (249-6) beat England (227) by 22 runs - Melbourne
1996 SRI LANKA (245-3) beat Australia (241-7) by 7 wickets - Lahore
1999 AUSTRALIA (133-2) beat Pakistan (132) by 8 wickets - Lord's
2003 AUSTRALIA (359-2) beat India (234) by 125 runs - Johannesburg
2007 AUSTRALIA (281-4) beat Sri Lanka (215-8) by 53 runs (D/L method) - Bridgetown

HIGHEST INNINGS TOTALS
413-5 (50 overs) India v Bermuda- Port-of-Spain 2007
398-5 (50 overs) Sri Lanka v Kenya - Kandy1996
377-6 (50 overs) Australia v South Africa - Basseterre2007
373-6 (50 overs) India v Sri Lanka - Taunton1999
363-5 (50 overs) New Zealand v Canada - Gros Islet 2007
360-4 (50 overs) West Indies v Sri Lanka - Karachi 1987
359-2 (50 overs) Australia v India - Johannesburg 2003
358-5 (50 overs) Australia v Netherlands - Basseterre 2007
356-4 (50 overs) South Africa v West Indies - St.George's 2007
353-3 (40 overs) South Africa v Netherlands - Basseterre 2007

HIGHEST TOTALS BY A TEAM BATTING SECOND
313-7 (49.2 overs)Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe New Plymouth 1992 +
301-9 (49.5 overs)England v West Indies Bridgetown 2007 +
294 (48 overs)South Africa v Australia Basseterre 2007
289-4 (47.4 overs)Australia v New Zealand Madras 1996 +
289-9 (50 overs)West Indies v South Africa St.George's 2007
288-9 (60 overs)Sri Lanka v Pakistan Swansea 1983
286 (58 overs)Sri Lanka v England Taunton 1983
276-4 (60 overs)Sri Lanka v Australia The Oval 1975
276-3 (57.5 overs)West Indies v Australia Lord's 1983 +
276-4 (45.4 overs)India v PakistanCenturion 2003 +
275-9 (49 overs)South Africa v West Indies Cape Town 2003
(+ winning totals)

HIGHEST MATCH AGGREGATES
671-16 (98 overs) Australia v South Africa Basseterre 2007
652-12 (100 overs) Sri Lanka v Kenya Kandy 1996
645-13 (100 overs) South Africa v West Indies St.George's 2007
626-14 (120 overs) Pakistan v Sri Lanka Swansea 1983
625-11 ( 99.2 overs) Zimbabwe v Sri Lanka New Plymouth 1992

LOWEST INNINGS TOTALS
(Completed Innings only)
36 (18.4 overs) Canada v Sri Lanka Paarl 2003
45 (40.3 overs) Canada v England Manchester 1979
45 (14 overs) Namibia v Australia Potchefstroom 2003
68 (31.3 overs) Scotland v West Indies Leicester 1999
74 (40.2 overs) Pakistan v England Adelaide 1992
77 (27.4 overs) Ireland v Sri Lanka St.George's 2007
78 (24.4 overs) Bermuda v Sri Lanka Port-of-Spain 2007
84 (17.4 overs) Namibia v Pakistan Kimberley 2003
86 (37.2 overs) Sri Lanka v West Indies Manchester 1975

LOWEST MATCH AGGREGATES
(in result-oriented games)
73-11 (23.2 overs) Canada v Sri Lanka Paarl2003
91-12 (54.2 overs) England v Canada Manchester 1979
138-12 (41.4 overs) Scotland v West Indies Leicester 1999
158-12 (37.4 overs) Ireland v Sri Lanka St.George's 2007
173-11 (58 overs) Sri Lanka v West Indies Manchester 1975
183-11 (42.2 overs) Ireland v Australia Bridgetown 2007
187-16 (65 overs) England v Australia Leeds 1975
190-12 (38.3 overs) Bermuda v Bangladesh Port-of-Spain 2007

HIGHEST RUN RATE IN AN INNINGS
10.05 West Indies 206-3 (20.3) v Canada Centurion 2003
9.12 Australia 181-3 (19.5) v Bangladesh Chester-le-Street 1999
9.08 South Africa 109-0 (12) v Bangladesh Bloemfontein 2003
8.82 South Africa 353-3 (40)v Netherlands Basseterre 2007
8.57 New Zealand 197-5 (23) v Canada Benoni 2003

LOWEST RUN RATE IN AN INNINGS
1.11 Canada 45 (40.3) v England Manchester 1979
1.79 East Africa 94 (52.3) v England Birmingham 1975
1.83 Pakistan74 (40.2) v England Adelaide 1992
1.93 Canada 36 (18.4) v Sri Lanka Paarl 2003

LARGEST MARGINS OF VICTORY
10 wickets India beat East Africa Leeds1975
10 wickets West Indies beat Zimbabwe Birmingham 1983
10 wickets West Indies beat Pakistan Melbourne 1992
10 wickets South Africa beat Kenya Potchefstroom 2003
10 wickets Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh Pietermaritzburg 2003
10 wickets South Africa beat Bangladesh Bloemfontein 2003
10 wickets Australia beat Bangladesh North Sound 2007
257 runs India beat Bermuda Port-of-Spain 2007
256 runs Australia beat Namibia Potchefstroom 2003
243 runs Sri Lanka beat Bermuda Port-of-Spain 2007
229 runs Australia beat Netherlands Basseterre 2007
221 runs South Africa beat Netherlands Basseterre 2007
215 runs Australia beat New Zealand St.George's 2007
203 runs Australia beat Scotland Basseterre 2007
202 runs England beat India Lord's1975

NARROWEST MARGINS OF VICTORY
1 wicket West Indies beat Pakistan Birmingham 1975 (with two balls to spare)
1 wicket Pakistan beat West Indies Lahore 1987 (off the last ball)
1 wicket South Africa beat Sri Lanka Providence 2007 (with 10 balls to spare)
1 wicket England beat West Indies Bridgetown 2007 (with one ball to spare)
2 wickets New Zealand beat England Birmingham 1983 (with one ball to spare)
2 wickets England beat West Indies Gujranwala 1987 (with three balls to spare)
2 wickets Australia beat England Port Elizabeth 2003 (with two balls to spare)
1 run Australia beat India Madras1987 (with two balls to spare)
1 run Australia beat India Brisbane 1992 (off the last ball)
2 runs Sri Lanka beat England North Sound 2007 (off the last ball)
3 runs New Zealand beat Zimbabwe Hyderabad (India) 1987 (with two balls to spare)
3 runs Australia beat New Zealand Indore 1987 (off the last ball)
3 runs Zimbabwe beat India Leicester 1999 (with six balls to spare)
3 runs West Indies beat South Africa Cape Town 2003 (off the last ball)
5 runs Australia beat West Indies Mohali 1996 (off the last ball)

TIED MATCHES
Austalia (213) v South Africa (213) Birmingham 1999
Sri Lanka (268-9) v South Africa (229-6) Durban 2003
Ireland (221-9) v Zimbabwe (221) Kingston 2007

QUICKEST VICTORIES (batting second)
Overs - Score
4.4 | 37-1 Sri Lanka v Canada, Paarl 2003
10.0 | 81-2 Sri Lanka v Ireland, St.George's 2007
10.1 | 70-2 West Indies v Scotland, Leicester1999
12.0 | 109-0 South Africa v Bangladesh, Bloemfontein 2003
12.2 | 92-1 Australia v Ireland, Bridgetown 2007
13.5 | 46-2 England v Canada, Manchester 1979
13.5 | 106-0 Australia v Bangladesh, North Sound 2007

MOST CONSECUTIVE WINS
23 for Australia from Lord's v Pakistan 20-06-1999 to Bridgetown v Sri Lanka 28-04-2007
9 for West Indies from Manchester v Sri Lanka 07-06-1975 to Lord's v England 23-06-1979
8 for India from Harare v Zimbabwe 19-02-2003 to Durban v Kenya 20-03-2003
7 for New Zealand from Auckland v Australia 22-02-1992 to Wellington v England 15-03-1992
7 for Pakistan from Perth v Sri Lanka 15-03-1992 to Lahore v Netherlands 26-02-1996

MOST CONSECUTIVE LOSSES
18 for Zimbabwe from Leicester v India 11-06-1983 to Hobart v Australia 14-03-1992
10 for Netherlands from Baroda v New Zealand 17-02-1996 to Bulawayo v Zimbabwe 28-02-2003
8 for Scotland from Worcester v Australia 16-05-1999 to Basseterre v Netherlands 22-03-2007
8 for Canada from Cape Town v Kenya 15-02-2003 to Gros Islet v New Zealand 22-03-2007

Rajneesh Gupta