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Results
Final
  • Johannesburg, 23 March
Semi-Finals
  • Australia v Sri Lanka
    Port Elizabeth, 18 March
  • India v Kenya
    Durban, 20 March
Super Six Phase
             P  W  L NR  CF  Pts
Australia    5  5  0  0   4   24
India        5  4  1  0   4   20
Kenya        5  3  2  0   2   14
Sri Lanka    5  2  3  0   3.5 11.5
New Zealand  5  1  4  0   4    8
Zimbabwe     5  0  5  0   3.5  3.5
  • Sri Lanka beat Zimbabwe by 74 runs
    East London, 15 March
    Sri Lanka 265-5 (60 overs, M Atapattu 103*, D Gunawardene 43)
    Zimbabwe 182 (41.5 overs, C Wishart 43, S Jayasuriya 3-30)
  • Australia beat Kenya by 5 wickets
    Durban, 15 March
    Kenya 174-8 (50 overs, S Tikolo 51, R Shah 46, B Lee 3-14)
    Australia 178-5 (31.2 overs, A Gilchrist 67, A Karim 3-7)
  • India beat New Zealand by 7 wickets
    Centurion, 14 March
    New Zealand 146 (45.1 overs, Z Khan 4-42)
    India 150-3 (40.4 overs, M Kaif 68*, R Dravid 53*)
  • Kenya beat Zimbabwe by 7 wickets
    Bloemfontein, 12 March
    Zimbabwe 133 (44.1 overs, A Flower 63, M Suji 3-19, C Obuya 3-32)
    Kenya 135-3 (26 overs, T Odoyo 43*)
  • Australia beat New Zealand by 96 runs
    Port Elizabeth, 11 March
    Australia 208-9 (50 overs, A Bichel 64, M Bevan 56, S Bond 6-23)
    New Zealand 112 (30.1 overs, S Fleming 48, B Lee 5-42, G McGrath 3-29)
  • India beat Sri Lanka by 183 runs
    Johannesburg, 10 March
    India 292-6 (50 overs, S Tendulkar 97, V Sehwag 66, S Ganguly 48, M Murilitharan 3-46)
    Sri Lanka 109 (23 overs, J Srinath 4-35, A Nehra 4-35)
  • New Zealand beat Zimbabwe by 6 wickets
    Bloemfontein, 8 March
    Zimbabwe 252-7 (50 overs, H Streak 72*, T Taibu 53)
    New Zealand 253-4 (47.2 overs, N Astle 102*, C Cairns 54, S Fleming 46)
  • Australia beat Sri Lanka by 96 runs
    Centurion, 7 March
    Australia 319-5 (50 overs, R Ponting 114, A Gilchrist 99, D Martyn 52, D Fernando 3-47)
    Sri Lanka 223 (47.4 overs, A da Silva 92, B Lee 3-52)
  • India beat Kenya by 6 wickets
    Cape Town, 7 March
    Kenya 225-6 (50 overs, K Otieno 79)
    India 226-4 (47.5 overs, S Ganguly 107*, Y Singh 58*)

Preliminary Round
Group A
             P  W  L T/NR  Pts
Australia    6  6  0  0    24
India        6  5  1  0    20
Zimbabwe     6  3  2  1    14
England      6  3  3  0    12
Pakistan     6  2  3  1    10
Netherlands  6  1  5  0     4
Namibia      6  0  6  0     0
  • Zimbabwe v Pakistan - no result
    Bulawayo, 4 March
    Pakistan 73-3 (14 overs, S Anwar 40*)
  • Netherlands beat Namibia by 64 runs
    Bloemfontein, 3 March
    Netherlands 314-4 (50 overs, K van Noortwijk 134*, F Kloppenberg 121
    Namibia 260 (46.5 overs, D Keulder 52, B Murgatroyd 52, A Burger 41, M Karg 41, F Kloppenberg 4-42, A Raja 4-42)
  • Australia beat England by 2 wickets
    Port Elizabeth, 2 March
    England 204-8 (50 overs, A Stewart 46, A Flintoff 45, A Bichel 7-20)
    Australia 208-8 (49.4 overs, M Bevan 74*, A Caddick 4-35)
  • India beat Pakistan by 6 wickets
    Centurion, 1 March
    Pakistan 273-7 (50 overs, S Anwar 101)
    India 276-4 (45.4 overs, S Tendulkar 98, Y Singh 50*, R Dravid 44*)
  • Zimbabwe beat Netherlands by 99 runs
    Bulawayo, 28 February
    Zimbabwe 301-8 (A Flower 71, A Blignaut 58, H Streak 44)
    Netherlands 202-9 (50 overs, B Murphy 3-44)
  • Australia beat Namibia by 256 runs
    Potchefstroom, 27 February
    Australia 301-6 (50 overs, M Hayden 88, A Symonds 59, D Lehmann 50*, L Burger 3-39)
    Namibia 45 (14 overs, G McGrath 7-15)
  • India beat England by 82 runs
    Durban, 26 February
    India 250-9 (50 overs, R Dravid 62, S Tendulkar 50, Y Singh 42, A Caddick 3-69)
    England 168 (45.3 overs, A Flintoff 64, A Nehra 6-23)
  • Pakistan beat Netherlands by 97 runs
    Paarl, 26 January
    Pakistan 253-9 (50 overs, Y Youhana 58, T Umar 48, A Razzaq 47)
    Netherlands 156 (39.3 overs, W Akram 3-24, S Akhtar 3-26)
  • Australia beat Zimbabwe by 7 wickets
    Bulawayo, 24 February
    Zimbabwe 246-9 (50 overs, A Flower 62, A Blignaut 54, B Hogg 3-46)
    Australia 248-3 (47.3 overs, A Gilchrist 61, D Lehmann 56*, D Martyn 50*)
  • India beat Namibia by 181 runs
    Pietermaritzburg, 23 February
    India 311-2 (50 overs, S Tendulkar 152, S Ganguly 112*)
    Namibia 130 (42.3 overs, Yuvraj Singh 4-6)
  • England beat Pakistan by 112 runs
    Cape Town, 22 February
    England 246-8 (50 overs, P Collingwood 66*, M Vaughan 52)
    Pakistan 134 (31 overs, S Akhtar 43, J Anderson 4-29, C White 3-33)
  • Australia beat Netherlands by 75 runs (DL)
    Potchefstroom, 20 February
    Australia 170-2 (36 overs, D Martyn 67*)
    Netherlands 122 (30.2 overs, A Bichel 3-13, I Harvey 3-25)
  • England beat Namibia by 55 runs
    Port Elizabeth, 19 February
  • India beat Zimbabwe by 84 runs
    Harare, 19 February
  • Pakistan beat Namibia by 171 runs
    Kimberley, 16 February
    Pakistan 255-9 (50 overs, S Elahi 63, Y Youhana 43)
    Namibia 84 (17.4 overs, W Akram 5-28, S Akhtar 4-46)
  • England beat Netherlands by 6 wickets
    East London, 16 February
    Netherlands 142-9 (50 overs, T de Leede 58*, J Anderson 4-25)
    England 144-4 (27.2 overs, N Knight 51, M Vaughan 51, D van Bunge 3-16)
  • Australia beat India by 9 wickets
    Centurion, 15 February
    India 125 (41.4 overs, J Gillespie 3-13, B Lee 3-36)
    Australia 128-1 (22.2 overs, A Gilchrist 48, M Hayden 54*)
  • Zimbabwe walkover v England
    Harare, 13 February
  • India beat Netherlands by 68 runs
    Paarl, 12 February
    India 204 (48.5 overs, S Tendulkar 52, D Mongia 42, T de Leede 4-35)
    Netherlands 136 (48.1 overs, D van Bunge 62, J Srinath 4-30, A Kumble 4-32)
  • Australia beat Pakistan by 88 runs
    Johannesburg, 11 February
    Australia 310-8 (50 overs, A Symonds 143*, R Ponting 53, Wasim Akram 3-64)
    Pakistan 222 (45 overs, I Harvey 4-58, B Hogg 3-54)
  • Zimbabwe beat Namibia by 86 runs (D/L)
    Harare, 10 February
    Zimbabwe 340-2 (50 overs, C Wishart 172*, G Flower 79*)
    Namibia 104-5 (25.1 overs)
Group B
             P  W  L T/NR  Pts
Sri Lanka    6  4  1  1    18
Kenya        6  4  2  0    16
New Zealand  6  4  2  0    16
West Indies  6  3  2  1    14
South Africa 6  3  2  1    14
Canada       6  1  5  0     4
Bangladesh   6  0  5  1     2
  • West Indies beat Kenya by 142 runs
    Kimberley, 4 March
    West Indies 246-7 (50 overs, C Gayle 119, S Chanderpaul 66)
    Kenya 104 (35.5 overs, V Drakes 5-33)
  • South Africa tied with Sri Lanka (DL)
    Durban, 3 March
    Sri Lanka 268-9 (50 overs, M Attapattu 124, A da Silva 73, J Kallis 3-41)
    South Africa 229-6 (45 overs, H Gibbs 73, M Boucher 45*)
  • New Zealand beat Canada by 5 wickets
    Benoni, 3 March
    Canada 196 (47 overs, J Davison 75)
    New Zealand 197-5 (23 overs, S Styris 54*, J Davison 3-61)
  • Kenya beat Bangladesh by 32 runs
    Johannesburg, 1 March
    Kenya 217-7 (50 overs, M Odumbe 52*, S Hossain 3-49)
    Bangladesh 185 (47.2 overs, T Imran 48, A Khan 44, M Odumbe 4-38, S Tikolo 3-14)
  • Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 6 runs
    Cape Town, February 28
    Sri Lanka 228-6 (50 overs, S Jayasuriya 66)
    West Indies 222-9 (50 overs, S Chanderpaul 65, C Gayle 55, R Sarwan 47*, C Vaas 4-22)
  • South Africa beat Canada by 119 runs
    East London, February 27
    South Africa 254-8 (50 overs, H Dippenaar 80, g Smith 63, A Patel 3-41)
    Canada 135-5 (50 overs, I Maraj 53*)
  • New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 7 wickets
    Kimberley, February 26
    Bangladesh 198-7 (50 overs, M Ashraful 56, M Raffique 41*, J Oram 3-32, S Bond 3-33)
    New Zealand 199-3 (33.3 overs, C McMillan 75*, K Mahmud 3-46)
  • Sri Lanka beat Kenya by 53 runs
    Nairobi, 24 February
    Kenya 210-9 (50 overs, K Otieno 60, M Murilitharan 4-28, C Vaas 3-41)
    Sri Lanka 157 (45 overs, A de Silva 41, C Obuya 5-24)
  • West Indies beat Canada by 7 wickets
    Centurion, 23 February
    Canada 202 (42.5 overs, J Davison 111, V Drakes 5-44)
    West Indies 206-3 (20.3 overs, B Lara 73, W Hinds 64, R Sarwan 42*)
  • South Africa beat Bangladesh by 10 wickets
    Bloemfontein, 22 February
    Bangladesh 109 (35.1 overs, M Ntini 4-24)
    South Africa 109-0 (G Kirsten 52*, H Gibbs 49*)
  • Kenya walkover v New Zealand
    Nairobi, 21 February
  • Sri Lanka beat Canada by 9 wickets
    Paarl, 19 February
    Canada 36 (18.4 overs, R Nissanka 4-12, C Vaas 3-15)
    Sri Lanka 37-1 (4.4 overs)
  • West Indies v Bangladesh - match abandoned
    Benoni, 18 February
    West Indies 244-9 (50 overs, R Powell 50, B Lara 46, C Hooper 45, M Islam 3-62)
    Bangladesh 32-2 (8.1 overs)
  • New Zealand beat South Africa by 9 wickets (DL)
    Johannesburg, 16 February
    South Africa 306-6 (50 overs, H Gibbs 143)
    New Zealand 229-1 (36.5 overs, S Fleming 134*, N Astle 54*)
  • Kenya beat Canada by 4 wickets
    Cape Town, 15 February
    Canada 197 (49 overs, I Bilcliff 71, T Odoyo 4-28)
    Kenya 198-6 (48.3 overs, R Shah 63, S Tikolo 42)
  • Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 10 wickets
    Pietermaritzburg, 14 February
    Bangladesh 124 (31.1 overs, C Vaas 6-25, M Muralitharan 3-25)
    Sri Lanka 126-0 (21.1 overs, M Attapattu 69*, S Jayasuriya 55*)
  • New Zealand beat West Indies by 20 runs
    Port Elizabeth, 13 February
    New Zealand 241-7 (50 overs, N Astle 46, W Hinds 3-35)
    West Indies 221 (49.4 overs, R Sarwan 75, A Adams 4-44)
  • South Africa beat Kenya by 10 wickets
    Potchefstroom, 12 February
    Kenya 140 (38 overs, R Shah 60, L Klusener 4-16)
    South Africa 142-0 (21.2 overs, H Gibbs 87*, G Kirsten 52*)
  • Canada beat Bangladesh by 60 runs
    Durban, 11 February
    Canada 180 (49.1 overs, I Bilcliff 42)
    Bangladesh 120 (28 overs, A Codrington 5-27)
  • Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by 47 runs
    Bloemfontein, 10 February
    Sri Lanka 272-7 (50.0 overs, S Jayasuriya 120, H Tillekeratne 81*, N Astle 3-34)
    New Zealand 225 (45.3 overs, S Styris 141, R Arnold 3-47)
  • West Indies beat South Africa by 3 runs
    Cape Town, 9 February
    West Indies 278-5 (50 overs, B Lara 116, R Powell 40*, C Hooper 40
    South Africa 275-9 (50 overs, G Kirsten 69, L Klusener 57, M Boucher 49)