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The 2007 World Cup in West Indies

Australia triumph in a tournament to forget

Oct 1, 2007: A summary of the 2007 World Cup in the Caribbean

Martin Williamson

An awful reminder of awfulness

Sep 23, 2007: A review of The Official 2007 ICC Cricket World Cup Review DVD

Andrew Miller

Coverage diary

Bob Woolmer investigation round-up

Jun 13, 2007: A daily diary of developments in the Bob Woolmer murder investigation

What West Indies cricket needs

An open door - Part Two

May 8, 2007: Vaneisa Baksh considers the problems of West Indies cricket

Vaneisa Baksh

Top Performances

Gilly goes ballistic

May 5, 2007: After the 2007 final, there was no doubt what the greatest innings played in such a match was

Umpire criticises length of the tournament

Aleem Dar questions World Cup duration

May 5, 2007: Aleem Dar criticises the duration of the World Cup

ESPNcricinfo staff

Squashing glory

May 5, 2007: How a humble little squash ball played its part in one of the great batting efforts of our times

Dileep Premachandran

'At the moment I am looking for new challenges'

India coaching role rejected by Buchanan

May 4, 2007: John Buchanan will pursue a career as a "mentor coach" after turning down an indirect offer to replace Greg Chappell in India

ESPNcricinfo staff

Ponting says fast men can appear in same attack

Batsmen beware - Lee and Tait may open

May 4, 2007: Shaun Tait and Brett Lee could form an intimidating new-ball partnership after Ricky Ponting said they could both fit into the same side

ESPNcricinfo staff

The Friday Column

The best opening acts in ODIs, and Gilchrist in finals

May 4, 2007: Matthew Hayden and Adam Gilchrist have all the numbers to suggest they're one of the best opening pairs ever in ODIs

S Rajesh

Cricinfo XI

The Departed

May 3, 2007: Cricinfo puts together a retirement XI after the 2007 World Cup

Faras Ghani

'We celebrated as we should' - Ponting

Partying Australians return with the World Cup

May 3, 2007: The World Cup has returned to Australia, landing in Sydney on Thursday morning with most of the side that won the trophy in Barbados on Saturday

ESPNcricinfo staff

Barbados taxpayers foot bill for finale

Closing ceremony cost US$750,000

May 2, 2007: The closing ceremony of the World Cup cost taxpayers in Barbados more than US$750,000

World Cup Milestones

Australia's hot streak and Hayden's run-glut

May 2, 2007: There were plenty of records and milestones over the 47 days of the World Cup. Cricinfo looks at some of the more prominent ones

HR Gopalakrishna

Coaching move to Western Australia blocked by Moody

Charlesworth says no to South Australia post

May 2, 2007: Ric Charlesworth has rejected an approach to coach South Australia

ESPNcricinfo staff

'It would be devastating'

Jenner warns of using Bailey as next Warne

May 2, 2007: Terry Jenner says it could be "devastating" for the development of Cullen Bailey if he is thrust into the national side straight after Shane Warne

ESPNcricinfo staff

Opener makes it home before third child's birth

Hayden has big plans for Australia

May 2, 2007: Matthew Hayden landed back in Australia on Tuesday and immediately set his sights on building the next stage of the team's success

ESPNcricinfo staff

Top Performer - Adam Gilchrist

Brighter than the bright lights

May 2, 2007: Jenny Thompson on Adam Gilchrist's smashing World Cup final

Jenny Thompson

Top Performances

Pidge takes the cream

May 1, 2007: McGrath produces a masterclass in a high-pressure match, accounting for South Africa's top order

World Cup review

A farce, a fiasco, a debacle or a shambles?

May 1, 2007: Tim de Lisle looks back the World Cup and concludes that as an event, it committed the crime that sports administrators are apt to accuse players of: it brought the game into disrepute

Tim de Lisle
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Tournament Results
Australia v Sri Lanka at Bridgetown - Apr 28, 2007
Australia won by 53 runs (D/L method)
Australia v South Africa at Gros Islet - Apr 25, 2007
Australia won by 7 wickets (with 111 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Kingston - Apr 24, 2007
Sri Lanka won by 81 runs
West Indies v England at Bridgetown - Apr 21, 2007
England won by 1 wicket (with 1 ball remaining)
Australia v New Zealand at St George's - Apr 20, 2007
Australia won by 215 runs
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