WORLD CUP 2011

S.KAMAL HAYDER KAZMI,
(feedback@pgeconomist.com)
Research Analyst
, PAGE
Feb 21 - 27, 2011

WORLD CUP 2011 (Schedule)

MATCH DATE TEAMS VENUE MATCH DATE TEAMS VENUE
1 19-Feb India vs Bangladesh Dhaka 26 10-Mar Sri Lanka vs Zimbabwe Pallekelle
2 20-Feb New Zealand vs Kenya Chennai 27 11-Mar West Indies vs Ireland Mohali
3 20-Feb Sri Lanka vs Canada Hambantota 28 11-Mar Bangladesh vs England Chittagong
4 21-Feb Australia vs Zimbabwe Ahmedabad 29 12-Mar India vs South Africa Nagpur
5 22-Feb England vs Netherlands Nagpur 30 13-Mar New Zealand vs Canada Mumbai
6 23-Feb Pakistan vs Kenya Hambantota 31 13-Mar Australia vs Kenya Bangalore
7 24-Feb South Africa vs West Indies New Delhi 32 14-Mar Pakistan vs Zimbabwe Pallekelle
8 25-Feb Australia vs New Zealand Nagpur 33 14-Mar Bangladesh vs Netherlands Chittagong
9 25-Feb Bangladesh vs Ireland Dhaka 34 15-Mar South Africa vs Ireland Kolkata
10 26-Feb Sri Lanka vs Pakistan Colombo 35 16-Mar Australia vs Canada Bangalore
11 27-Feb India vs England Kolkata* 36 17-Mar England vs West Indies Chennai
12 28-Feb West Indies vs Netherlands New Delhi 37 18-Mar Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Mumbai
13 28-Feb Zimbabwe vs Canada Nagpur 38 18-Mar Ireland vs Netherlands Kolkata
14 1-Mar Sri Lanka vs Kenya Colombo 39 19-Mar Australia vs Pakistan Colombo
15 2-Mar England vs Ireland Bangalore 40 19-Mar Bangladesh vs South Africa Dhaka
16 3-Mar South Africa vs Netherlands Mohali 41 20-Mar Zimbabwe vs Kenya Kolkata
17 3-Mar Pakistan vs Canada Colombo 42 20-Mar India vs West Indies Chennai
18 4-Mar New Zealand vs Zimbabwe Ahmedabad 43 23-Mar First Quarterfinal Dhaka
19 4-Mar Bangladesh vs West Indies Dhaka 44 24-Mar Second Quarterfinal Colombo
20 5-Mar Sri Lanka vs Australia Colombo 45 25-Mar Third Quarterfinal Dhaka
21 6-Mar India vs Ireland Bangalore 46 26-Mar Fourth Quarterfinal Ahmedabad
22 6-Mar England vs South Africa Chennai 47 29-Mar First Semifinal Colombo
23 7-Mar Kenya vs Canada New Delhi 48 30-Mar Second Semifinal Mohali
24 8-Mar Pakistan vs New Zealand Pallekelle 49 2-Apr FINAL Mumbai
*To be confirmed. Most probably it would be played in M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore.


ICC TROPHY SUMMARY

YEAR HOST NATION FINAL VENUE RESULT
1979 England Worcester Sri Lanka won by 60 runs
1982 England Leicester Zimbabwe won by five wickets
1986 England Lord's, London Zimbabwe won by 25 runs
1990 Netherlands The Hague Zimbabwe won by six wickets
1994 Kenya Nairobi UAE won by two wickets
1997 Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Bangladesh won by two wickets
(Duckworth-Lewis method)
2001 Canada Toronto Netherlands won by two wickets
2005 Ireland Clontarf Scotland won by 47 runs
2009 South Africa SuperSport Park, Centurion Ireland won by 9 wickets


WORLD CUP RESULT

YEAR

WINNER

RUNNER-UP

1975

West Indies

Australia

1979

West Indies

Australia

1983

India

West Indies

1987

Australia

England

1992

Pakistan

England

1996

Sri Lanka

Australia

1999

Australia

Pakistan

2003

Australia

India

2007

Australia

Sri Lanka

2011

Coming soon


PAKISTAN: INTERNATIONAL GROUNDS

STADIUM CITY TEST ODI STADIUM CITY TEST ODI
National Stadium Karachi 40 44 Sheikhupura Stadium Sheikhupura 2 2
Gaddafi Stadium Lahore 39 57 Jinnah Stadium Gujranwala 1 11
Iqbal Stadium Faisalabad 24 16 Ibn-e-Qasim Bagh Stadium Multan 1 6
Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium Rawalpindi 8 21 Pindi Club Ground Rawalpindi 1 2
Arbab Niaz Stadium Peshawar 6 15 DHA Stadium Karachi 1 0
Multan Cricket Stadium Multan 5 7 Bahawal Stadium Bahawalpur 1 0
Niaz Stadium Hyderabad 5 7 Zafar Ali Stadium Sahiwal 0 2
Jinnah Stadium (Sialkot) Sialkot 4 9 Ayub National Stadium Quetta 0 2
Bagh-e-Jinnah (Lahore) Lahore 3 0 Sargodha Stadium Sargodha 0 1
Sheikhupura Stadium Sheikhupura 2 2 Bugti Stadium Quetta 0 1
ODI matches, Test matches


MAN OF THE MATCH

YEAR PLAYER PERFORMANCE DETAILS
1975 Clive Lloyd 102 runs
1979 Viv Richards 138
1983 Mohinder Amarnath 3/12 and 26
1987 David Boon 75 runs
1992 Wasim Akram 33 and 3/49
1996 Aravinda de Silva 107 and 3/42
1999 Shane Warne Apr-33
2003 Ricky Ponting 140
2007 Adam Gilchrist 149


PAKISTAN'S CRICKET TEAM RECORD

COACHING STAFF
Head & Bowling Coach: Waqar Younis Team Manager: Intikhab Alam
Assistant & Bowling Coach: Aaqib Javed Batting & Fielding Coach: Javed Miandad
BATSMEN
Hanif Mohammad Mushtaq Moh Mohsin Khan Saleem Malik
Saeed Ahmed Majid Khan Shoaib Mohammad Ijaz Ahmed
Asif Iqbal Zaheer Abbas Saeed Anwar Aamer Sohail
Javed Miandad Mudassar Nazar Inzamam-ul-Haq Shahid Afridi
Mohammad Yousuf Younus Khan . .
BOWLERS
Fazal Mahmood Sarfraz Nawaz Wasim Akram Aaqib Javed
Imran Khan Intikhab Alam Waqar Younis Shoaib Akhtar
Iqbal Qasim Abdul Qadir Mushtaq Ahmed Saqlain Mushtaq
WICKET KEEPERS
Wasim Bari Rashid Latif Moin Khan Kamran Akmal
ALL-ROUNDERS
Asif Iqbal Imran Khan Wasim Akram Shahid Afridi


WINNERS: PRUDENTIAL CUP AND OTHER TROPHIES

West Indies

1975, 1979

India

1983

Australia

1987

Pakistan

1992

Sri Lanka

1996

ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP TROPHY

Australia - 1

999, 2003, 2007


PAKISTAN SQUAD FOR WORLD CUP 2011

Shahid Afridi (c)

Misbah-ul-Haq (vc)

Abdul Razzaq

Abdur Rehman

Ahmed Shehzad

Asad Shafiq

Junaid Khan

Kamran Akmal (wk)

Mohammad Hafeez

Saeed Ajmal

Shoaib Akhtar

Umar Akmal (wk)

Umar Gul

Wahab Riaz

Younis Khan

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MAN OF THE TOURNAMENT

YEAR PLAYER PERFORMANCE DETAILS
1992 Martin Crowe 456 runs
1996 Sanath Jayasuriya 221 runs and 7 wickets
1999 Lance Klusener 281 runs and 17 wickets
2003 Sachin Tendulkar 673 runs and 2 wickets
2007 Glenn McGrath 26 wickets