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Monday, January 31, 2011

Watching cricket from pavilion is punishment in Indian sub-continent....

Can see iron wires behind cheer girls
ICC Cricket World Cup, the greatest festival of cricket is around the corner and this time it will be celebrated in sub-continent as India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh are going to host it jointly. If we talk about cricket then cricket is religion in the Indian sub-continent. It is life-line for the people of Indian sub-continent. people love and worship this game beyond anything. It is the biggest passion in Indian sub-continent. No other thing unites people better than cricket in Indian sub-continent. 70% of the cricket economy is funded  from Indian sub-continent.  In short Indian sub-continent is super-power of World Cricket but question arise here is that cricket lovers and passionate fans like us treated well at the cricket venues?  Do we get the facilities which we deserve? I must say that people like us who drives the cricket, who watch cricket on TVs and on the grounds and help the respective cricket boards and ICC to make huge amount of money are often treated shabbily and poorly by the authorities and security men. When we go to the ground to watch the match we feel like we are prisoners and watching the match from the jail such is the view of the ground from the pavilion as there is big iron  barrier between ground and the pavilion and if we move just one step towards the boundary wall then security men shout at us like that we are criminals and going to commit some crime.

Streaker hurting Andrew Symonds in Australia
If we see  in countries like Australia, South Africa, England, West Indies, New Zealand, Zimbabwe,etc.  spectators enjoy cricket without any barriers and experience watching cricket in these countries is far more pleasure then watching cricket in sub-continent. Spectators can easily chat with and take autographs from the players on the ground and there is constant interaction goes on between crowds and the players. Facilities at all the grounds in above mentioned countries are top-class and spectators are treated as a spectators and not like prisoners. In Indian sub-continent spectators are not allowed to take along their cameras, mobile phones, water bottles or food items in the pavilion sighting security reasons and each spectator is scrutinise like terrorist. In the mane of security cricket administrators force spectators to buy food and water from the contracted vendors who sell them at high price compare to the market price so spectators is cheated inside the ground as well and have to buy sub-standard food at high price. 

Streaker interrupting test match in England
Now I believe few people can give excuses that  the people of sub-continent don't have manners and also not civilised enough to get the freedom of watching cricket without any barriers but I must say spectators are  same everywhere and poor incidents happens on every ground in the world. Few people can also argue that if spectators in sub-continent get the freedom then they will run on the ground and interrupt the game and also harm the player and incident of such nature also happened in the past but to counter that argument I must draw attention towards the streaker and hooting problems in Australia, South Africa, England and New Zealand. Many times games have been interrupted in the past and players were also hurt by few streakers and mischievous spectators but authorities of these countries always controlled the situation and never tried to make the experience horrible for spectators by building iron barriers between cricket field and pavilion. So few mischievous spectators exist everywhere in the world but this does not mean that we should punish all the spectators but this happens in Indian sub-continent.


Security personnel watching match

Now we talk about security personnel. In countries like Australia, South Africa, England, West Indies, New Zealand, Zimbabwe,etc. security personnel always watch the crowd and keep sharp eye on spectators while security men in Asia just watch cricket rather than watching spectators and unfortunately no action is taken against them if any incident happens on the ground instead spectators pay the price of bad incident.





Spectator cheering his team from behind the bars
I must say  cricket administrators in Indian sub-continent have made the experience of watching cricket horrible for the spectators. Many cricket venues in India don't even have proper sitting and sanitation facilities also. When cricket matches organised on these venues then plastic chairs are taken on rent and in few grounds spectators have to sit on concrete staircase and that too without any roof on the head which makes experience of watching cricket even more horrible. I must say people in other parts of the world are lucky that they watch cricket without any barrier but in Indian sub-continent watching cricket is big punishment. I hope situation improves in the future and watching cricket from the pavilion will be pleasure rather than a punishment  for the spectators of the sub-continent.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Few World Cup Cricket facts from 1975 to 2007

Following Are The Details Of Previous Cricket World Cup Champion Countries, Runner-Ups, Captains, Man Of The Match And Man Of The Tournament From 1975 To 2007.

 

  • First Edition:  Prudential Cricket World Cup 1975 "West Indies"

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Date :

21st June, 1975

Winning Captain : Clive Lloyd

Losing Captain :

Ian Chappell

Venue :

Lords, London,  England 

Result :

West Indies beat Australia. 

Man of the Match :

Clive Lloyd

Man of the Tournament :

There was no Man of the Tournament 

Victory Margin :

West Indies won by 17 runs. Scored 291 runs in 60 overs for 8 wickets.

Losing Team Score :

Australia scored 274 in 58.4 overs all out.

1975 Cricket World Cup winning Team West Indies in Picture

WC1975


  • Second Edition:  Prudential Cricket World Cup 1979"West Indies"
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Date :

23rd June, 1979

Winning Captain : Clive Lloyd

Losing Captain :

Mike Brearley

Venue :

Lords, London,  England

Result :

West Indies beat England

Man of the Match :

Vivian Richards

Man of the Tournament :

There was no Man of the Tournament 

Victory Margin :

West Indies won by 92 Runs & scored 286 runs in 60 overs for 9 Wickets

Losing Team Score :

England scored 191 in 50 overs all out

1979 Cricket World Cup winning Team West Indies in Picture

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  • Third Edition: Prudential Cricket World Cup 1983 "India "

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Date :

25th June, 1983

Winning Captain : Kapil Dev

Losing Captain :

Clive Lloyd

Venue :

Lords, London, England

Result :

India beat West Indies. 

Man of the Match :

Mohinder Amarnath

Man of the Tournament :

There was no Man of the Tournament 

Victory Margin :

India beat West Indies by 43 runs & scored 183 in 54.4 overs all out.

Losing Team Score :

West Indies scored 140 in 52 overs all out.

1983 Cricket World Cup winning Team India in Picture

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  •  Fourth Edition: Reliance Cricket World Cup 1987 "Australia "

Australia-Cricket

Date :

08th November, 1987

Winning Captain : Allan Border

Losing Captain :

Mike Gatting

Venue :

Eden Gardens, Calcutta, India.

Result :

Australia beat England.

Man of the Match :

David Boon

Man of the Tournament :

There was no Man of the Tournament 

Victory Margin :

Australia won by 7 runs & scored 253 in 50 overs for 5 Wickets.

Losing Team Score :

England scored 246 in 50 overs for 8 wickets.

1987 Cricket World Cup winning Team Australia in Picture

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  • Fifth Edition : Benson & Hedges Cricket World Cup 1992 "Pakistan "
Pakistan Cricket
Date :

25th March, 1992

Winning Captain : Imran Khan

Losing Captain :

Graham Gooch

Venue :

MCG, Melbourne, Australia.

Result :

Pakistan beat England.

Man of the Match :

Wasim Akram

Man of the Tournament :

Martin Crowe(New Zealand)

Victory Margin :

Pakistan won by 22 runs & scored 249 in 50 overs for 6 wickets

Losing Team Score :

England scored 227 runs for 49.2 overs all out.

1992 Cricket World Cup winning Team Pakistan in Picture

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  • Sixth Edition: Wills Cricket World Cup 1996 "Sri Lanka "

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Date :

17th March, 1996

Winning Captain : Arjuna Ranatunga

Losing Captain :

Mark Taylor

Venue :

Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore, Pakistan

Result :

Sri Lanka beat Australia.

Man of the Match :

Aravinda DeSilva

Man of the Tournament :

Sanath Jayasuriya(Sri Lanka)

Victory Margin :

Sri Lanka won by 7 wickets & scored 245 in 46.2 overs for 3 wickets.

Losing Team Australia scored 241 in 50 overs for 7 wickets.

1996 Cricket World Cup winning Team Sri Lanka in Picture

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  • Seventh Edition: ICC Cricket World Cup 1999 "Australia "
Australia-Cricket
Date :

20th June, 1999

Winning Captain : Steve Waugh

Losing Captain :

Wasim Akram

Venue :

Lords, London,  England

Result :

Australia beat Pakistan.

Man of the Match :

Shane Warne

Man of the Tournament :

Lance Klusener(South Africa)

Victory Margin :

Australia won by 8 wickets & scored 133 in 20.1 for 2 wickets

Losing Team Pakistan scored 132 in 39 overs all out.

1999 Cricket World Cup winning Team Australia in Picture

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  • Eight Edition: ICC Cricket World Cup 2003 " Australia "
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Date :

23rd March, 2003

Winning Captain : Ricky Ponting

Losing Captain :

Sourav Ganguly

Venue :

The Wanderers, Johannesburg, South Africa.

Result :

Australia beat India

Man of the Match :

Ricky Ponting

Man of the Tournament :

Sachin Tendulkar(India)

Victory Margin :

Australia  won by 125 runs & Scored 359 for 2 wickets in 50 overs.

Losing Team India scored 234 in 39.2 overs all out.

2003 Cricket World Cup winning Team Australia in Picture

WC2003


  • Ninth Edition: ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 " Australia "
Australia-Cricket
Date :

28th April, 2007

Winning Captain : Ricky Ponting

Losing Captain :

Mahela Jayawardene

Venue :

Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados.

Result :

Australia beat Sri Lanka

Man of the Match :

Adam Gilchrist

Man of the Tournament :

Glenn McGrath(Australia)

Victory Margin :

Australia won by 53 runs on D/L method & Scored 281 for 4 wickets.

Losing Team

Sri Lanka  scored 215 in 36 overs for the loss 8 wickets

2007 Cricket World Cup winning Team Australia in Picture

WC2007


  • Australia is the Defending Champion in ICC Cricket World Cup 2011.
  • Australia is the only team which created hat-trick of winning Cricket World Cup by winning it thrice from 1999 to 2007.
  • Australia also holds the record of winning Cricket World Cup 4 times. They won in 1987, 1999, 2003 & 2007.
  • West Indies is team second team which won Cricket World Cup twice in 1975 and 1979.
  • Clive Lloyd and Ricky Ponting are the only two lucky  captains in the World  who won the Cricket World Cup twice.
  • England ended  as runners-up 3 times in World Cup in 1979, 1987 and 1992.
  • Australia is unbeaten in Cricket World Cup finals since 1999.

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Teamwise ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Schedule

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Group A

Australia-Cricket

Matches To Be Played by Australia in ICC Cricket WC 2011

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

21 Feb, 2011

Zimbabwe

Ahmedabad, India (D/N)

14.30

25 Feb, 2011

New Zealand

Nagpur, India (D/N)

14.30

05 Mar, 2011

Sri Lanka

Colombo, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

13 Mar,2011

Kenya

Bengaluru, India(D/N)

14.30

16 Mar,2011

Canada

Bengaluru, India (D/N)

14.30

19 Mar,2011

Pakistan

Colombo, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30


Pakistan Cricket

Matches To Be Played by  Pakistan in ICC Cricket WC 2011
 

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

23 Feb, 2011

Kenya

Hambantota, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

26 Feb, 2011

Sri Lanka

Colombo, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

03 Mar, 2011

Canada

Colombo, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

08 Mar,2011

New Zealand

Kandy, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

14 Mar,2011

Zimbabwe

Kandy, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

19 Mar,2011

Australia

Colombo, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30


Sri Lanka Cricket

Matches To Be Played by  Sri Lanka in ICC Cricket WC 2011
 

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

20 Feb, 2011

Canada

Hambantota, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

26 Feb, 2011

Pakistan

Colombo, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

01 Mar, 2011

Kenya

Colombo, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

05 Mar,2011

Australia

Colombo, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

10 Mar,2011

Zimbabwe

Kandy, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

18 Mar,2011

New Zealand

Mumbai, India (D/N)

14.30


New Zealand Cricket

Matches To Be Played by  New Zealand in ICC Cricket WC 2011
 

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

20 Feb, 2011

Kenya

Chennai, India (Day)

09.30

25 Feb, 2011

Australia

Nagpur, India (D/N)

14.30

04 Mar, 2011

Zimbabwe

Ahmedabad, India (Day)

09.30

08 Mar,2011

Pakistan

Kandy, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

13 Mar,2011

Canada

Mumbai, India (Day)

09.30

18 Mar,2011

Sri Lanka

Mumbai, India (D/N)

14.30


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Matches To Be Played by  Zimbabwe in ICC Cricket WC 2011
 

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

21 Feb, 2011

Australia

Ahmedabad, India(D/N)

14.30

28 Feb, 2011

Canada

Nagpur, India (Day)

09.30

04 Mar, 2011

New Zealand

Ahmedabad, India (Day)

09.30

10 Mar,2011

Sri Lanka

Kandy, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

14 Mar,2011

Pakistan

Kandy, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

20 Mar,2011

Kenya

Kolkata, India (Day)

09.30


Cricket-Canada

Matches To Be Played by  Canada in ICC Cricket WC 2011
 

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

20 Feb, 2011

Sri Lanka

Hambantota, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

28 Feb, 2011

Zimbabwe

Nagpur, India (Day)

09.30

03 Mar, 2011

Pakistan

Colombo, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

07 Mar,2011

Kenya

New Delhi, India (D/N)

14.30

13 Mar,2011

New Zealand

Mumbai, India (Day)

09.30

16 Mar,2011

Australia

Bengaluru, India (D/N)

14.30


Cricket Kenya
 
Matches To Be Played by  Kenya in ICC Cricket WC 2011
 

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

20 Feb, 2011

New Zealand

Chennai, India (Day)

09.30

23 Feb, 2011

Pakistan

Hambantota, Sri Lanka (D/N

14.30

01 Mar, 2011

Sri Lanka

Colombo, Sri Lanka (D/N)

14.30

07 Mar,2011

Canada

New Delhi, India (D/N)

14.30

13 Mar,2011

Australia

Bengaluru, India (D/N)

14.30

20 Mar,2011

Zimbabwe

Kolkata, India (Day)

09.30


Group B
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Matches To Be Played by  India in ICC Cricket WC 2011
 

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

19 Feb, 2011

Bangladesh

Mirpur, Bangladesh (D/N)

14.30

27 Feb, 2011

England

Kolkata, India (D/N)

14.30

06 Mar, 2011

Ireland

Bengaluru, India (D/N)

14.30

09 Mar,2011

Netherlands

New Delhi, India (D/N)

14.30

12 Mar,2011

South Africa

Nagpur, India (D/N)

14.30

20 Mar,2011

West Indies

Chennai, India (D/N)

14.30
 

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Matches To Be Played by South Africa in ICC  Cricket WC 2011

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

24 Feb, 2011

West Indies

New Delhi, India (D/N)

14.30

03 Mar, 2011

Netherlands

Mohali, India (Day)

09.30

06 Mar, 2011

England

Chennai, India (Day)

09.30

12 Mar,2011

India

Nagpur, India (D/N)

14.30

15 Mar,2011

Ireland

Kolkata, India (D/N)

14.30

19 Mar,2011

Bangladesh

Mirpur, Bangladesh (Day)

09.30


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Matches To Be Played by England in ICC  Cricket WC 2011

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

22 Feb, 2011

Netherlands

Nagpur, India (D/N)

14.30

27 Feb, 2011

India

Kolkata, India (D/N)

14.30

02 Mar, 2011

Ireland

Bengaluru, India (D/N)

14.30

06 Mar,2011

South Africa

Chennai, India (Day)

09.30

11 Mar,2011

Bangladesh

Chittagong, Bangladesh  (D/N)

14.30

17 Mar,2011

West Indies

Chennai, India (D/N)

14.30


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Matches To Be Played by West Indies in ICC  Cricket WC 2011

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

24 Feb, 2011

South Africa

New Delhi, India (D/N)

14.30

28 Feb, 2011

Netherlands

New Delhi, India (D/N)

14.30

04 Mar, 2011

Bangladesh

Mirpur, Bangladesh (D/N)

14.30

011 Mar,2011

Ireland

Mohali, India (Day)

09.30

17 Mar,2011

England

Chennai, India (D/N)

14.30

20 Mar,2011

India

Chennai, India (D/N)

14.30


Bangladesh Logo

Matches To Be Played by Bangladesh in ICC  Cricket WC 2011

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

19 Feb, 2011

India

Mirpur, Bangladesh (D/N)

14.30

25 Feb, 2011

Ireland

Mirpur, Bangladesh (Day)

09.30

04 Mar, 2011

West Indies

Mirpur, Bangladesh (D/N)

14.30

11 Mar,2011

England

Chittagong, Bangladesh  (D/N)

14.30

14 Mar,2011

Netherlands

Chittagong, Bangladesh  (Day)

09.30

19 Mar,2011

South Africa

Mirpur, Bangladesh (Day)

09.30


Ireland_Cricket_Logo

Matches To Be Played by Ireland in ICC  Cricket WC 2011

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

25 Feb, 2011

Bangladesh

Mirpur, Bangladesh (Day)

09.30

02 Mar, 2011

England

Bengaluru, India (D/N)

14.30

06 Mar, 2011

India

Bengaluru, India (D/N)

14.30

11 Mar,2011

West Indies

Mohali, India  (Day)

09.30

15 Mar,2011

South Africa

Kolkata, India  (D/N)

14.30

18 Mar,2011

Netherlands

Kolkata, India  (Day)

09.30


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Matches To Be Played by Netherlands in ICC  Cricket WC 2011

Match Date

Playing V/S

Venue

Timings

22 Feb, 2011

England

Nagpur, India(D/N)

14.30

28 Feb, 2011

West Indies

New Delhi, India(D/N)

14.30

03 Mar, 2011

South Africa

Mohali, India (Day)

09.30

09 Mar,2011

India

New Delhi, India  (D/N)

14.30

14 Mar,2011

Bangladesh

Chittagong, Bangladesh (Day)

09.30

18 Mar,2011

Ireland

Kolkata, India  (Day)

09.30


Tuesday, January 25, 2011

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Teams Groups and Squads


Groups and Teams:

Group AGroup B
AustraliaAustralia IndiaIndia
PakistanPakistanSouth AfricaSouth Africa
New ZealandNew ZealandEnglandEngland
Sri LankaSri lankaWest IndiesWest Indies
ZimbabweZimbabweBangladeshBangladesh
CanadaCanadaIrelandIreland
KenyaKenyaNetherlandsNetherlands
Squads:
Group A
Ricky Ponting(Captain), Michael Clarke(Vice-Captain), Shane Watson, Steve Smith, David Hussey, Michael Hussey, Cameroon White, Brad Haddin(WK), Tim Paine(WK), Nathan Hauritz, Mitchell Johnson, Doug Bollinger, Brett Lee, Shaun Tait, John Hastings. Tim Nielsen(Coach)
B.Haddin(WK),  B.Lee, T.Nielsen(Coach), C.White, D.Bollinger, D.Hussey.J.Hastings, M.Clarke(VC), Mitchell Johnson, M.Hussey, N.Hauritz, R.Ponting(C), S.Smith, S.Tait, S.Watson, T.Paine(WK)

 Misbah Ul Haq(Captain), Shahid Afridi, Younis Khan, Umar Akmal, Kamran Akmal(WK), Mohammad Hafeez, Asad Shafiq, Abdul Razzaq,  Abdur Rehman, Shoaib Akhtar, Sohail Tanvir, Umar Gul, Wahab Riaz, Saeed Ajmal, Ahmed Shehzad. Waqar Younis(Coach)
A.Razzaq,  A.Rehman, A.Shehjad, A.Shafiq, K.Akmal(WK), M.Haq(C), M.Hafeez, S.Ajmal, S.Afridi, S.Akhtar, S.Tanvir, U.Akmal, U.Gul, W.Younis(Coach), W.Riaz, Y.Khan

Daniel Vettori(Captain), Hamish Bennett, James Franklin, Martin Guptill, Jamie How, Brendon McCullum(WK), Nathan McCullum, Jacob Oram, Jesse Ryder, Tim Southee, Scott Styris, Ross Taylor, Kane Williamson, Luke Woodcock, Kyle Mills. John Wright(Coach)
B.McCullum(WK), D.Vettori(C), H.Bennett, J.Oram, J.Franklin, J.How, J.Ryder, J.Wright(Coach), K.Williamson, K.Mills, L.Woodcock, M.Guptill, N.McCullum, R.Taylor, S.Styris, T.Southee.

Kumar Sangakkara(Captain/WK), Upul Tharanga, Chamara Silva, Lasith Malinga, Dilhara Fernando, Mahela Jayawardene(Vice-Captain), Thilan Samaraweera, Angelo Mathews, Nuwan Kulasekara, Chamara Kapugedara, Muttiah Muralitharan, Thisara Perera, Rangana Herath, Ajantha Mendis, Tillakratane Dilshan. Trevor Bayliss(Coach)
A.Mendis, A.Mathews, C.Kapugedara, C.Silva, D.Fernando, K.Sangakkara(C/WK), L.Malinga, M.Jayawardene(VC), M.Muralitharan, N.Kulasekara, R.Herath, T.Perera, T.Samaraweera, T.Dilshan, T.Bayliss(Coach), U.Tharanga

Elton Chigumbara(Captain), Regis Chakabva, Charles Coventry, Greame Cremer, Chris Mpofu, Ray Price, Ed Rainsford, Tatenda Taibu(WK), Craig Ervine, Sean Ervine, Greg Lamb, Shingirai Masakadza, Brendon Taylor, Prosper Utseya, Sean Williams. Alan Butcher(Coach)
A.Butcher(Coach), B.Taylor, C.Coventry, C.Mpofu, C.Ervine, E.Rainsford, E.Chigumbara(C), G.Cremer, G.Lamb, P.Utseya, R.Price, R.Chakabva, S.Ervine, S.Williams, S.Masakadza, T.Taibu(WK)

Ashish Bagai(Captain/WK), Rizwan Cheema(Vice-Captain), Jimmy Hansra, Khurram Chohan, Harvir Baidwan, Balaji Rao, Nitish Kumar, John Davison, Henry Osinde, Parth Desai, Hiral Patel, Tyson Gordon, Zubin Surkari, Ruvindu Gunasekara, Karl Whatham, Hamza Tariq. Pubudu Dassanayake(Coach)
A.Bagai(C/WK), B.Rao, H.Tariq, H.Baidwan, H.Osinde, H.Patel, J.Hansra, J.Davison, K.Whatham, K.Chohan, N.Kumar, P.Desai, P.Dassanayake(Coach), R.Cheema(VC), R.Gunasekara, T.Gordon, Z.Surkari

Jimmy Kamande(Captain), Thomas Odoyo, Tanmay Mishra, Peter Ongondo, James Ngoche, Elijah Otieno, Shem Ngoche, Maurice Ouma(WK), Rakep Patel, Steve Tikolo, Seren Waters, Alex Obanda, Collins Obuya, David Obuya(WK), Nehemiah Odhiambo. Eldin Baptiste(Coach)
A.Obanda, C.Obuya, D.Obuya(WK), E.Baptiste(Coach), E.Otieno, J.Ngoche,  J.Kamande(C), M.Ouma(WK), N.Odhiambo, P.Ongondo, R.Patel, S.Water, S.Ngoche, S.Tikolo, T.Mishra, T.Odoyo


Group B
Mahendra Singh Dhoni(Captain/WK), Virender Sehwag(Vice-Captain), Sachin Tendulkar, Gautam Gambhir, Virat Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina, Yusuf Pathan, Harbhajan Singh, Ravichandran Ashwin, Piyush Chawla, Zaheer Khan, Praveen Kumar, Ashish Nehra, Munaf Patel. Gary Kirsten(Coach)
A.Nehra, G.Gambhir, G.Kirsten(Coach), H.Singh, M.Dhoni(C/WK),M.Patel, P.Chawla, P.Kumar, R.Ashwin. S.Raina, S.Tendulkar, V.Kohli, V.Sehwag, Y.Pathan, Y.,Singh, Z.Khan
Greame Smith(Captain), Hashim Amla, Jacque Kallis, AB DeVilliers(WK), Morne Van Wyk(WK), Jean-Paul Duminy, Collin Ingram, Faf DuPlessis, Johan Botha, Robin Peterson, Imran Tahir, Dale Steyn, Lonwabo Tsotsobe, Morne Morkel, Wayne Parnell. Corrie Van Zyl(Coach)
A.DeVilliers(WK), C.Ingram, C.Van Zyl(Coach), D.Steyn,F.DuPlessis, G.Smith(C), H.Amla, I.Tahir, J.Botha, J.Kallis, J.Duminy, L.Tsotsobe, M.VanWyk(WK), M.Morkel, R.Peterson, W.Parnell
Andrew Strauss(Captain), Matt Prior(WK), Kevin Pietersen, Ian Bell, Paul Collingwood, Eoin Morgan, Luke Wright, Greame Swann, Jonathon Trott, James Anderson, Tim Bresnan, James Tredwell, Stuart Broad, Ajmal Shahjad, Michael Yardy. Andy Flower(Coach)
A.Shahzad, A.Strauss(C), A.Flower(Coach), E.Morgan, G.Swann, I.Bell, J.Anderson,  J.Tredwell, J.Trott,  K.Pietersen, L.Wright, M.Prior(WK), M.Yardy, P.Collingwood, S.Broad, T.Bresnan
Darren Sammy(Captain), Carlton Baugh(WK), Adrian Barath, Chris Gayle, Ramnaresh Sarwan, Dwayne Bravo, Darren Bravo,  Keiron Pollard, Shivnarine Chanderpaul, Ravi Rampaul, Nikita Miller, Kemar Roach, Andre Russell, Sulieman Benn, Devon Smith. Ottis Gibson(Coach)
A.Barath, A.Russell, C.Baugh(WK), C.Gayle, D.Sammy(C), D.Smith, DJ.Bravo, DM. Bravo, K.Pollard, K.Roach, N.Miller, O.Gibson(Coach), R.Rampaul, R.Sarwan, S.Benn, S.Chanderpaul
Shakib Al Hasan(Captain), Tamim Iqbal(Vice-Captain), Mushfiqur Rahim(WK), Abdur Razzak, Naeem Islam, Nazmul Hossain, Imrul Kayes, Raqibul Hasan, Rubel Hossain, Junaid Siddique, Mahmuddulah, Mohammad Ashraful, Shafiul Islam, Shahriar Nafees, Suhrawadi Shuvo. Jamie Siddons(Coach)
A.Razzak, I.Kayes, J.Siddique, J.Siddons(Coach), M.Ashraful, M.Rahim(WK), Mahmudullah, N.Hossain, N.Islam, R.Hasan, R.Hossain, S.Hasan(C), S.Islam, S.Nafees, S.Shuvo, T.Iqbal
William Porterfield(Captain), Niall O'Brien(WK), Gary Wilson(WK), Kevin O'Brien John Mooney, Ed Joyce, Nigel Jones, Andrew White, Albert Van Der Merwe, Trent Johnston, George Dockrell, Paul Stirling, Alex Cusack, Boyd Rankin, Andre Botha. Phil Simmons(Coach)
A.Botha, A.Cusack, A.Van Der Merwe, A.White, B.Rankin, Ed Joyce, G.Dockrell, G.Wilson(WK), J.Mooney,  K.O'Brien, N.Jones, N.O'Brien, P.Simmons(Coach), P.Stirling, T.Johnston, W.Porterfield(C)
Peter Borren(Captain), Wesley Barresi(WK), Atse Buurman(WK), Bradley Kruger, Adeel Raja, Bernard Loots, Pieter Seelar, Mudassar Bukhari, Eric Szwarczynski, Ryan Ten Doeschate, Tom Cooper, Berend Westdijk, Tom De Grooth, Bas Zuiderent, Alexel Kervezee. Peter Drinnen(Coach)
A.Buurman(WK), A.Kervezee, A.Raja, B.Kruger, B.Loots, B.Westdijk, B.Zuiderent, E.Szwarcynski, M.Bukhari, P.Borren(C), P.Drinnen(Coach), P.Seelar, R.Doeschate, T.Cooper, T.DeGrooth, W.Barresi(WK)

All the above teams will feature in ICC Cricket World Cup2011. Details Includes Players , Captains and Coaches