The World Cup leaves England
The 1987 edition marked the first steps towards altering international cricket's power dynamics, and gave birth to the rotation system for hosting World Cups
The fourth World Cup saw the beginning of Australian dominance
Men of the finals: Boon plays anchor
No. 7: Walsh gives Jaffar a warning
'Everyone wanted us to win and nothing else'
In 1987, the India wicketkeeper understood what it felt like to be favourites for the World Cup
Lamb's Gujranwala jailbreak
England needed a daunting 91 off the last ten overs against West Indies. One batsman braved dehydration to cut the total down to size
'We were rank outsiders in 1987'
In his first World Cup, Waugh played a vital role with the ball, especially in the final
Of ghosting Imran and other tales
Being at the 1987 and 1992 World Cups - one as a journalist, another as a member of the BCCI - was a study in contrasts
Houghton takes on New Zealand
He fought excruciating humidity to score a heroic 142, bringing his side within touching distance of upsetting New Zealand
Who hit the most sixes in an innings in the 1987 World Cup?
How much do you know about the fourth World Cup?
The rise of Australia
The fourth World Cup in pictures
Most runs, most wickets, and a lot more