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ODI record of Top 10 teams since ICC Cricket World Cup 2011


  • Almost 4 years have passed by since India won the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 against Sri Lanka in the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai. Now we have reached a point where all the teams will fight it out for the tag of a new champion. Since April 2, 2011 the final of the 2011 World Cup many matches have been played among all teams.

    In today’s stat we will take a look at stats of Top 10 teams since the 2011 Cricket World Cup in One Day Internationals. This stat gives us a glimpse of teams that have dominated the past 4 years and would place them as best contenders to win the 2015 World Cup as well, let’s take a look at stats of the team first:

    Team

    Matches

    Won

    Lost

    HS

    LS

    India

    99

    57

    34

    418

    105

    Sri Lanka

    118

    56

    55

    348

    43

    Australia

    83

    48

    28

    362

    74

    Pakistan

    88

    44

    41

    364

    102

    England

    82

    40

    38

    325

    99

    South Africa

    69

    39

    26

    439

    129

    West Indies

    77

    32

    42

    363

    61

    New Zealand

    62

    28

    28

    373

    156

    Bangladesh

    50

    18

    30

    326

    58

    Afghanistan

    29

    15

    14

    302

    63

    Stat from dates 3 April, 2011 – 6 February, 2015
    HS – Highest Score
    LS – Lowest Score

    If we go by the 4 year stats it is the Indian team that has dominated the ODI cricket in the past 4 years however the record of the team in the recently concluded tri series along with England and Australia. India played 99 ODI matches after the world cup and have won 57 of those, next in the list is Sri Lanka with 56 wins in 118 matches.

    Australia, who have looked in great form lately are on number 3 with 48 wins in 83 matches. South African and the New Zealand team have also shown great touch in the recent series but in this list they are on number 6 and 8 respectively, but still the top teams would be aware of what these two teams are capable of doing. Most experts also feel that the 4 teams that would make it to the semi-finals are India, AUstralia, New Zealand and South Africa.

    If we go by this list then it is definitely India and Australia that appear has favourites but recent form of all teams says something else. However, we will know how good each team is in their current form only in the 1st round of 2015 World Cup starting 14 February, 2015.

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