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Road to 2015 World Cup: Unbeaten Streaks in World Cup History 

The Ten Cricket World Cups have witnessed quite a few stats so far. The top run-scorers, wicket-takers are the most common ones in that. But there is one stat that actually catches the eye in which one team have been found wanting against a particular opposition. Hence, we take a look at the unbeaten streaks in World Cup history:

– India 6, Pakistan 0

The Men in Blue have always had an upper hand against their arch-rivals in the World Cup history starting from 1992. Here is a detailed list of them:

1. 1992 World Cup (Sydney) : won by 43 runs

2. 1996 World Cup (Bangalore) : won by 39 runs

3. 1999 World Cup (Manchester) : won by 47 runs

4. 2003 World Cup (Centurion) : won by 6 wickets

5. 2011 World Cup (Mohali): won by 29 runs

6. 2015 World Cup (Adelaide) : won by 76 runs

– Pakistan 7, Sri Lanka 0

Pakistan, who have been on the losing side against India and South Africa, have been on the winning side against their sub-continent rivals Sri Lanka. 

1. 1975 World Cup (Nottingham) : won by 192 runs

2. 1983 World Cup (Swansea) : won by 50 runs

3. 1983 World Cup (Swansea) : won by 11 runs 

4. 1987 World Cup (Sind) : won by 15 runs

5. 1992 World Cup (Perth): won by 4 wickets

6. 1996 World Cup (Faisalabad) : won by 113 runs

7. 2011 World Cup (Colombo): won by 11 runs

– South Africa 3, Ireland 0

The Proteas have always had the better off Ireland in World Cup starting from 2007. Here is a detailed list of them:

1. 2007 World Cup (Providence): won by 7 wickets

2. 2011 World Cup (Kolkata): won by 131 runs

3. 2015 World Cup (Canberra): won by 201 runs 

 

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