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When the gods smiled on Mike Veletta

Jan 19, 2012: The Western Australian opener picked a fine time to bring out his A game in internationals - in the first World Cup Australia won

Sidharth Monga

Greatest Teams

One-day giants

Dec 1, 2011: Five one-day international sides that have left a lasting mark on the game

George Dobell

No. 32

The 1983 and 1987 World Cups

Oct 10, 2010: They marked a significant shift in cricket's balance of power from England to India

Great Moments

The gracious Mr Walsh

Mar 26, 2007: When West Indies' strike bowler would rather lose a match than run a batsman out for backing up too far

Top Performances

King Viv flays the Lankans

Mar 11, 2007: Once Richards got going, Ratnayeke and Co had nowhere to hide

Dileep Premachandran

Top Performances

India's hat-trick hero

Mar 5, 2007: Chetan Sharma was known for producing the odd peach. Here he trotted out three in a row

S Rajesh

Top Performances

Billy the Kid in Lahore

Mar 5, 2007: Craig McDermott ruins Imran's dream of a home triumph

Dileep Premachandran

Top Performances

Gavaskar's last opus

Feb 28, 2007: The latter-day Gavaskar was a different batsman, having shed some of the orthodoxy for an approach laced with a measure of calculated risk

Dileep Premachandran

Great Moments

One false shot, and a World Cup lost

Feb 26, 2007: Mike Gatting's impetuous reverse-sweep cost England more than a wicket in the 1987 final

Jayaditya Gupta

The 1987 World Cup in India and Pakistan

Australia win tight tournament

Oct 25, 2006: A summary of the 1987 World Cup in India and Pakistan

An odds-defying English victory

Jan 28, 2002: When India faced off against England in the Reliance Cup semifinal at Bombay in November 1987, rarely could they have taken the field in a one-day international with so many factors in their favour

Partab Ramchand

The Reliance World Cup, 1987-88

ENGLAND v PAKISTAN 1987-88

1989: At Rawalpindi, October 12, 13

Winners: Australia

Reliance World Cup, 1987-88

1989: The fourth World Cup was more widely watched, more closely fought, and more colourful than any of its three predecessors held in England

Scyld Berry

1987-88 World Cup - Final

†AUSTRALIA v ENGLAND

1988: Toss: Australia

1987-88 World Cup - Semi-Final

†ENGLAND v INDIA

1988: Toss India

1987-88 World Cup - Semi-Final

†AUSTRALIA v PAKISTAN

1988: At Lahore, November 4

1987-88 World Cup - Group B

†PAKISTAN v WEST INDIES

1988: At Karachi, October 30

1987-88 World Cup - Group B

†ENGLAND v SRI LANKA

1988: At Pune, October 30

1987-88 World Cup - Group B

†ENGLAND v WEST INDIES

1988: At Jaipur, October 26

1987-88 World Cup - Group B

†PAKISTAN v SRI LANKA

1988: At Faisalabad, October 25

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Tournament Results
Australia v England at Kolkata - Nov 8, 1987
Australia won by 7 runs
India v England at Mumbai - Nov 5, 1987
England won by 35 runs
Pakistan v Australia at Lahore - Nov 4, 1987
Australia won by 18 runs
India v New Zealand at Nagpur - Oct 31, 1987
India won by 9 wickets (with 107 balls remaining)
Pakistan v West Indies at Karachi - Oct 30, 1987
West Indies won by 28 runs
Australia v Zimbabwe at Cuttack - Oct 30, 1987
Australia won by 70 runs
England v Sri Lanka at Pune - Oct 30, 1987
England won by 8 wickets (with 52 balls remaining)
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