ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Matches, Scores, ResultsDetails of All Matches played in India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
The 2011 ICC Cricket World Cup was the tenth Cricket World Cup, hosted by three South Asian Test cricket playing countries; India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. It took place during the months of February and March 2011, with the first match played on 19 February 2011.
29 matches out of 49 was played in India including one quarterfinal, semi-final and final, 12 matches in Sri Lanka including one quarterfinal and semifinal and eight matches in Bangladesh including two quarterfinals.
India vs Sri Lanka - ICC cricket world cup 2011 Final
ICC World Cup 2011 Final
IND vs SRL
Saturday, 2 April 2011 at Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai
ICC World Cup Final, India vs Sri Lanka - India power to World Cup triumph
India 277 for 4 (Gambhir 97, Dhoni 91*) beat Sri Lanka 274 for 6 (Jayawardene 103*, Sangakkara 48) by six wickets
- ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Group A Matches
- ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Group B Matches
- ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Quarter Finals
- ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Semi Finals
- ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Final
- ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 in India, Sri Lanka & Bangladesh
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ICC World Cup Final, India vs Sri Lanka
India were dealt a blow ahead of Saturday’s final with skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni saying that pacer Ashish Nehra is “most likely” out of the match due to a fractured right-hand finger. But opener Gautam Gambhir, who left the field during Pakistan’s innings due to a hamstring problem, is expected to be fit for the final.
Meanwhile, the World Cup final has created a thriving black market with tickets selling for as much as $10,000 each. The face value of the tickets in the Sachin Tendulkar Stand is 15,000 rupees while the cheapest seat for the match at the 33,442-seat stadium was listed at 1,100 rupees, in a country where the average monthly income is about 3,000 rupees.
Sri Lanka (probable) 1 Tillakaratne Dilshan, 2 Upul Tharanga, 3 Kumar Sangakkara (capt & wk), 4 Mahela Jayawardene, 5 Chamara Silva, 6 Thilan Samaraweera, 7 Thisara Perera, 8 Lasith Malinga, 9 Nuwan Kulasekara, 10 Muttiah Muralitharan, 11 Suraj Randiv/Rangana Herath.
India (probable): 1 Virender Sehwag, 2 Sachin Tendulkar, 3 Gautam Gambhir, 4 Virat Kohli, 5 Yuvraj Singh, 6 MS Dhoni (capt & wk), 7 Suresh Raina, 8 Harbhajan Singh, 9 Zaheer Khan, 10 Sreesanth/Ashwin, 11 Munaf Patel.
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ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011 Semi Finals
ICC World Cup 2nd Semi Final, India vs Pakistan - India beat Pakistan to make final
Mohammad Hafeez struck 43 and Misbah-ul-Haq made a defiant 56 but Pakistan were all out for 231 in the final over. Munaf Patel picked up two wickets and Yuvraj Singh made up for his first ball duck with a pair of wickets, but the most important breakthrough came when Harbhajan Singh bowled Umar Akmal for 29. Sachin Tendulkar was the man-of-the-match.
Pakistan XI: Mohammad Hafeez, K Akmal (W), Shafiq, Younus Khan, Misbah-ul-Haq, U Akmal, Shahid Afridi (C), Razzaq, Riaz, Gul, Saeed Ajmal
India XI: Sehwag, Tendulkar, Gambhir, Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, Dhoni (C/W), Raina, Harbhajan Singh, Z Khan, Nehra, Patel
Reported Earlier: India and Pakistan have played against each other in 119 One-Day Internationals since 1978, with India winning just 46, Pakistan winning 69, and 4 ending in No Result. In the first ever match, India won by 4 runs at Ayub National Stadium, Quetta, on Oct 01, 1978. The last match was during the 2010 Asia Cup, which India won by 3 wickets at Rangiri Dambulla International Stadium on Jun 19, 2010. Pakistan have never beaten India in four World Cup matches they met so far.
India 260 for 9 (Tendulkar 85, Riaz 5-46) beat Pakistan 231 (Misbah 56) by 29 runs
ICC World Cup 1st Semi Final, Sri Lanka vs New Zealand - Sri Lanka edge New Zealand to reach final
Reported earlier: Sri Lanka - the 1996 World Cup champions - will meet New Zealand in Tuesday’s semi-final in Colombo. They have won their previous four World Cup games against New Zealand. The overall head-to-head record is 35-33 in New Zealand’s favour but since 2000 it is 20-11 in Sri Lanka’s favour. In Sri Lanka, since 2000, the head-to-head record is 6-1 against New Zealand.
Sri Lanka Team: Tharanga, Dilshan, Sangakkara (C/W), M Jayawardene, Samaraweera, Silva, Mathews, Malinga, Herath, Muralitharan, Mendis
New Zealand Team: B McCullum (W), Guptill, Ryder, Taylor, Styris, Williamson, N McCullum, Vettori (C), Oram, Southee, McKay
Sri Lanka 220 for 5 (Dilshan 73, Sangakkara 54) beat New Zealand 217 (Styris 57, Mendis 3-35) by five wickets
ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 Semi-Final Line up
Semi Final 1 - Tuesday, 29 March 2011 at R. Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
Semi Final 2 - Wednesday, 30 March 2011 at Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali
|SRL vs NZL||IND vs PAK|
ICC CRICKET WORLD CUP 2011 Quarter Finals
ICC World Cup 4th Quarter Final, Sri Lanka v England (Match D) - Tharanga and Dilshan crush England
Sri Lanka 231 for 0 (Dilshan 108*, Tharanga 102*) beat England 229 for 6 (Trott 86, Morgan 50) by ten wickets
ICC World Cup 3rd Quarter Final, New Zealand v South Africa (Match F) - South Africa collapse sends New Zealand through
For New Zealand, Jesse Ryder was the top scorer with 83, while with the ball, Oram picked up 4 for 39 and McCullum 3 for 24.
New Zealand 221 for 8 (Ryder 83, Taylor 43, Morkel 3-46) beat South Africa 172 (Oram 4-39) by 49 runs
ICC World Cup 2nd Quarter Final, India v Australia (Match E) - India into the semis, to meet Pakistan in Mohali
The result ended an extraordinary run of success for the Aussies in the World Cup. Beaten finalists in 1996 when Ponting was a junior player, they won the next three tournaments, an imposing run that included a run of 34 matches without defeat.
India team: SR Tendulkar, V Sehwag, G Gambhir, V Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni, SK Raina, R Ashwin, Harbhajan Singh, Z Khan, MM Patel
India 261 for 5 (Yuvraj 57*, Tendulkar 53, Gambhir 50) beat Australia 260 (Ponting 104, Haddin 53, Ashwin 2-52, Yuvraj 2-44) by 5 wickets
ICC World Cup 1st Quarter Final, Pakistan v West Indies (Match C) - Pakistan storm into semi-final
Tomorrow is the big match as the two heavyweights of world cricket, India and Australia collide in the second Q/F at Ahmedabad.
Pakistan 113 for 0 (K Akmal 47*, Hafeez 61*) beat West Indies 112 (Chanderpaul 44*, Afridi 4-30) by 10 wickets
ICC World Cup 42nd Match, India v West Indies, Group B - India win sets up Aussie showdown
Yuvraj Singh, who was dropped twice, hit 113 and shared a third wicket stand of 122 with Virat Kohli (59) before India collapsed from 218-3 to 268. Devon Smith hit 81 but West Indies lost eight wickets for 34 to finish on 188.
India 268 (Yuvraj 113, Kohli 59, Rampaul 5-51) beat West Indies 188 (Smith 81, Sarwan 39, Zaheer 3-26) by 60 runs
ICC World Cup 41st Match, Kenya v Zimbabwe, Group A - Zimbabwe thrash hapless Kenyans
Zimbabwe 308 for 6 (Ervine 66, Sibanda 61, Taibu 53, Otieno 2-61) beat Kenya 147 (Odhiambo 44, Price 2-20, Lamb 2-21) by 161 runs
ICC World Cup 40th Match, Australia v Pakistan, Group A - Australia run ended by Pakistan
Pakistan 178 for 6 (Shafiq 46, Umar 44*, Lee 4-28) beat Australia 176 (Haddin 42, Gul 3-30)
ICC World Cup 39th Match, Bangladesh v South Africa, Group B - Abject Bangladesh surrender meekly
South Africa 284 for 8 (Kallis 69, du Plessis 52, Amla 51, Rubel 3-56) beat Bangladesh 78 (Shakib 30, Peterson 4-12, Tsotsobe 3-14) by 206 runs
ICC World Cup 38th Match, New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Mumbai, Group A - Sri Lanka thrash New Zealand
Sri Lanka 265 for 9 (Sangakkara 111, Jayawardene 66, Southee 3-63) beat New Zealand 153 (Taylor 33, Muralitharan 4-25) by 112 runs
ICC World Cup 37th Match, Ireland v Netherlands, Group B - Ireland bow out with stylish win
Ireland 307 for 4 (Stirling 101, Porterfield 68, Cooper 2-31) beat Netherlands 306 (ten Doeschate 106, Borren 84, Stirling 2-51) by six wickets
ICC World Cup 36th Match, England v West Indies, Group B - England win keeps Cup hopes alive
The Windies looked to be cruising to victory at 222-6 in the 42nd over, but amazingly collapsed to 225 all out.
England 243 (Trott 47, Russell 4-49) beat West Indies 225 (Russell 49, Tredwell 4-48) by 18 runs
ICC World Cup 35th Match, Australia v Canada, Group A - Australia openers crush Canada
Australia 212 for 3 (Watson 94, Haddin 88) beat Canada 211 (Patel 54, Lee 4-46) by seven wickets
ICC World Cup 34th Match, Ireland v South Africa, Group B - Ireland exit as S Africa progress
South Africa 272/7 (Duminy 99, Ingram 46, van Wyk 42) beat Ireland 141 (33.2 ov) by 131 runs
ICC World Cup 33rd Match, Pakistan v Zimbabwe, Group A - Pakistan book quarter-final berth
Pakistan 164 for 3 (Shafiq 78*, Hafeez 49, Price 2-21) beat Zimbabwe 151 for 7 (39.4 ov) (Ervine 52, Chigumbura 32*, Gul 3-36) by seven wickets (D/L method)
ICC World Cup 32nd Match, Bangladesh v Netherlands, Group B - Bangladesh cruise past Netherlands
Bangladesh 166 for 4 (Kayes 73*) beat Netherlands 160 (ten Doeschate 53*, Razzak 3-29) by six wickets
ICC World Cup 31st Match, Australia v Kenya, Group A - Kenya steal the show in Australia win
Australia 324 for 6 (Clarke 93, Hussey 54) beat Kenya 264 for 6 (C Obuya 98*, Mishra 72) by 60 runs
ICC World Cup 30th Match, Canada v New Zealand, Group A - New Zealand ease to 97-run victory
New Zealand 358 for 6 (McCullum 101, Taylor 74, Baidwan 3-84, Rao 2-62) beat Canada 261 for 9 (Bagai 84, Hansra 70*, Mills 2-2, Oram 3-47) by 97 runs
ICC World Cup 29th Match, India v South Africa, Group B - South Africa stun India in the battle of nerves
In a dramatic finale, tail-ender Robin Peterson struck 18 off seven balls to see the Proteas to a target of 297 with two balls to spare in Nagpur.
India team: Tendulkar, Sehwag, Gambhir, Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni, Y Pathan, Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan, Nehra, Munaf Patel
South Africa 300 for 7 (Kallis 69, Amla 61, de Villiers 52) beat India 296 all out (Tendulkar 111, Steyn 5-50) by three wickets
ICC World Cup 28th Match, Bangladesh v England, Group B - Bangladesh rally to shock England
Bangladesh 227 for 8 (Kayes 60, Shahzad 3-63) beat England 225 (Trott 67, Morgan 63) by two wickets
ICC World Cup 27th Match, Ireland v West Indies, Group B - Pollard and Smith power Windies to victory
West Indies 275 (Smith 107, Pollard 94, O'Brien 4-71) beat Ireland 231 (Joyce 84, Wilson 61, Sammy 3-31, Benn 4-53) by 44 runs
ICC World Cup 26th Match, Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe, Group A - Sri Lanka into the quarter-finals
Sri Lanka 327 for 6 (Dilshan 144, Tharanga 133) beat Zimbabwe 188 (Taylor 80, Dilshan 4-4) by 139 runs
ICC World Cup 25th Match, India v Netherlands, Group B - India beat Netherlands by 5 wickets to consolidate their Group B lead.
Chasing a modest target of 190 to win, India were given a flying start by openers Virender Sehwag (39 off 26 balls) and Sachin Tendulkar (27 off 22 balls) as they added 69 runs in just 7.3 overs. However, a triple strike by Pieter Seelaar and another wicket by Peter Borren had India struggling at 99/4 at one point of time. Yuvraj rescued the home team from this precarious position and guided them to a 5 wicket victory over Netherlands with 81 balls to spare and consolidated their top spot in the points table. India now have 7 points from 4 games with England, who have 5 points off as many games, at the second place. India is still Group B's only unbeaten team, with just a tie against England spoiling its 100 per cent record.
Sachin Tendulkar, today added another feather in his cap when he became the first batsman to score 2,000 runs in the World Cup. He achieved the feat during his 27-run knock in their group B match against the Netherlands at the Feroz Shah Kotla. Playing in his 40th World Cup match, the champion batsman reached the milestone in style, smashing Ryan ten Doeschate for three consecutive boundaries.
India 191/5 (36.3 ov) (Cooper 29, Borren 38, Zaheer Khan 6.4-0-20-3) beat Netherlands 189 (46.4 ov) (Sehwag 39, Tendulkar 27, Yuvraj Singh 51, Seelar 10-1-53-3) by 5 wickets
ICC World Cup 24th Match, New Zealand v Pakistan, Group A - Taylor blitz flattens Pakistan
Pakistan's chase was derailed after half the side were dismissed inside 15 overs, with paceman Tim Southee picking up 3-25. Pakistan were bowled out for 192 in a win that sees New Zealand leapfrog their opponents to the top of Group A.
New Zealand 302 for 7 (Taylor 131, Guptill 57) beat Pakistan 192 (Razzaq 62) by 110 runs
ICC World Cup 23rd Match, Canada v Kenya, Group A - Canada secure only their second-ever World Cup victory
Canada 199 for 5 (Hansra 70, Bagai 64*) beat Kenya 198 (Mishra 51, Odoyo 51, Osinde 4-26) by five wickets
ICC World Cup 22nd Match, India v Ireland, Group B - Yuvraj's five & 50 save India
India 210 for 5 (Yuvraj 50) beat Ireland 207 (Porterfield 75, Yuvraj 5-31) by 5 wickets
ICC World Cup 21th Match, England v South Africa, Group B - England stun S Africa in thriller
England 171 (Bopara 60, Trott 52, Tahir 4-38) beat South Africa 165 (Amla 42, Broad 4-15) by six runs
ICC World Cup 20th Match, Sri Lanka v Australia, Group A - Rain ruins match
With this no-result game, Australia's tally of winning 31 World Cup games in succession has ended.
Sri Lanka 146 for 3 (Sangakkara 73*, Samaraweera 34*) v Australia Match Abandoned after 32.5 overs
ICC World Cup 19th Match, Bangladesh v West Indies, Group B - West Indies team bus stoned in Dhaka following Bangladesh's lowest-ever ODI total of 58
Bangladesh were dismissed for 58, its lowest score in a World Cup. They were blown out inside 19 overs on a decent pitch to finish with the fourth lowest total in World Cup history. West Indies, led by Chris Gayle with 37 not out, took less than 13 overs to reach the winning target.
|LOWEST WORLD CUP TOTALS|
|36||Canada||vs. Sri Lanka||Paarl, 2003|
|45||Canada||vs. England||Manchester, 1979|
|45||Namibia||vs. Australia||Potchefstroom, 2003|
|58||Bangladesh||vs. West Indies||Dhaka, 2011|
|68||Scotland||vs. West Indies||Leicester, 1999|
West Indies 59 for 1 (Gayle 37*) beat Bangladesh 58 (Benn 4-18) by nine wickets
ICC World Cup 18th Match, New Zealand v Zimbabwe, Group A - Black Caps charge to 10-wicket win
The Kiwi openers Martin Guptill (86 n.o., 108b, 7x4, 2x6) and Brendon McCullum (76, 95b, 6x4, 2x6) showed enough restraint while facing Zimbabwe spinners in the beginning but still cantered home with 99 balls to spare. The duo's partnership was New Zealand's highest opening stand in World Cup matches and the highest of any team in this tournament.
New Zealand 166 for 0 (Guptill 86*, B McCullum 76*) beat Zimbabwe 162 (Taylor 44, Southee 3-29, Vettori 2-25) by 10 wickets
ICC World Cup 17th Match, Canada v Pakistan, Group A - Pakistan win despite being dismissed for 184
Pakistan 184 (Umar 48, Misbah 37, Baidwan 3-35) beat Canada 138 (Hansra 43, Afridi 5-23) by 46 runs
ICC World Cup 16th Match, Netherlands v South Africa, Group B - South Africa crush Dutch to top Group B
South Africa 351 for 5 (de Villiers 134, Amla 113) beat Netherlands 120 (Tahir 3-19, Kallis 2-19) by 231 runs
ICC World Cup 15th Match, England v Ireland, Group B - Brilliant Ireland shock England
O'Brien, a 26-year-old all-rounder who had never made a fifty in nine previous World Cup innings, turned the match on its head with a brutal display of hitting featuring 13 fours and six sixes.
|FASTEST WORLD CUP CENTURIES|
|50 balls||K O'Brien||v Eng 2011|
|66 balls||M Hayden||v SA, 2007|
|67 balls||J Davison||v WI, 2003|
|72 balls||Kapil Dev||v Zim, 1983|
|72 balls||A Gilchrist||v SL, 2007|
Ireland 329 for 7 (K O'Brien 113) beat England 327 for 8 by three wickets
ICC World Cup 14th Match, Sri Lanka v Kenya, Group A - Malinga hat-trick sets hosts up for easy win
Sri Lanka 146 for 1 (Tharanga 67*, Dilshan 44) beat Kenya 142 (C Obuya 52, D Obuya 51, Malinga 6-38) by nine wickets
ICC World Cup 13th Match, Netherlands v West Indies, Group B - Kemar Roach hat-trick destroys Dutch
West Indies 330 for 8 (Gayle 80, Pollard 60, Seelaar 3-45) beat Netherlands 115 (Cooper 55*, Roach 6-27) by 215 runs
ICC World Cup 12th Match, Canada v Zimbabwe, Group A - Zimbabwe thrash Canada
Zimbabwe 298 for 9 (Taibu 98, Ervine 85, Rao 4-57) beat Canada 123 (Surkari 26, Price 3-16, Cremer 3-31) by 175 runs
ICC World Cup 11th Match, India v England, Group B - England & India in thrilling tie
Earlier, India scored a mammoth 338 with the help of Tendulkar's 120-run knock which came off 115 balls (5 sixes and 10 fours). Tendulkar hit his 47th century off 103 balls as India crossed the 200-run mark in the 35th over. This is Tendulkar's fifth World Cup century - the most by any player in the world.
This was just the fourth tied game in World Cup history.
India 338 all out in 49.5 overs (Tendulkar 120, Gambhir 51, Yuvraj 58, Bresnan 5-48) tied with England 338/8 in 50 overs (Strauss 158, Bell 69, Zaheer 3-64)
ICC World Cup 11th Match, India v England, Group B - First big test for India
Both teams are likely to stick with the same starting XIs as in their first matches, with everyone available for the hosts apart from paceman Ashish Nehra. India captain Dhoni has warned his players they must forget about the emphatic nature of their victory over Bangladesh and not get carried away so early on in the tournament.
ICC World Cup 10th Match, Sri Lanka v Pakistan, Group A - Afridi, Misbah seal Pakistan victory
Pakistan 277 for 7 (Misbah 83*, Younis 72) beat Sri Lanka 266 for 9 (Silva 57, Afridi 4-34) by 11 runs
ICC World Cup 9th Match, Bangladesh v Ireland, Group B - First victory for Bangladesh
Andre Botha (3-32) was the pick of the Irish bowlers, but they were reduced to 110-5 in reply on a slow pitch. Niall O'Brien (38) and Kevin O'Brien (37) got the Irish close, but they were 178 all out.
Bangladesh 205 (Tamim 44, Botha 3-32, Johnston 3-40) beat Ireland 178 (Shafiul 4-21) by 27 runs
ICC World Cup 8th Match, Australia v New Zealand, Group A - Australia seal easy win
The match was given the status of the bilateral contest and dedicated it to the earthquake victims of Christchurch.
Australia 207 for 3 (Watson 62, Haddin 55) beat New Zealand 206 (Nathan 52, Vettori 44, Johnson 4-33, Tait 3-35) by 7 wickets
ICC World Cup 7th Match, South Africa v West Indies, Group B - South Africa begin campaign in style
AB de Villiers produced a man-of-the-match display, scoring his tenth ODI century with an unbeaten 107 off just 105 balls, which included eight fours and two sixes, while JP Duminy was unbeaten at the other end on 42.
South Africa 223 for 3 (de Villiers 107*, Smith 45, Pollard 1-37) beat West Indies 222 (Bravo 73, Tahir 4-41, Botha 2-48) by seven wickets
ICC World Cup 6th Match, Kenya v Pakistan, Group A - Kenya sink in massive chase
Captain Shahid Afridi took five wickets as Pakistan completed a resounding 205-run World Cup Group A win over Kenya. Afridi claimed 5-16 - the best figures in a World Cup by a Pakistan bowler - as his team dismissed their Group A opponents for 112 in Hambantota.
Earlier, Umar Akmal's 71 from 52 balls was complemented by Kamran Akmal (55), Younus Khan (50) and Misbah-ul-Haq (65), in a total of 317-7.
Pakistan 317 for 7 (Umar 71, Misbah 65, Kamran 55, Odoyo 3-41) beat Kenya 112 (Obuya 47, Afridi 5-16, Gul 2-12) by 205 runs
ICC World Cup 5th Match, England v Netherlands, Group B - England sneak past Dutch
Chasing 293, Collingwood (30 off 23 balls) and Bopara (30 off 20 balls) ensured the victorious total of 296 for four with just eight balls remaining.
England 296 for 4 (Strauss 88, Trott 62) beat Netherlands 292 for 6 (ten Doeschate 119*, Cooper 47) by six wickets
ICC World Cup 4th Match, Australia v Zimbabwe, Group A - Australia begin World Cup defence with convincing win over Zimbabwe
Left-armer Mitchell Johnson took 4-19 as the Aussies extended their winning run in the competition to 24 games.
Australia 262 for 6 (Watson 79, Clarke 58*, Mpofu 2-58) beat Zimbabwe 171 (Cremer 37, Johnson 4-19, Tait 2-34) by 91 runs
ICC World Cup Match 3, Sri Lanka v Canada, Group A - Sri Lanka beat Canada by 210 runs
Chasing 333, Canadian innings came to an end at 122 runs with Rizwan Cheema (37) remaining the top scorer.
Sri Lanka 332 for 7 (Jayawardene 100, Sangakkara 92) beat Canada 122 (Cheema 37, Kulasekara 3-16) by 210 runs
ICC World Cup Match 2, Kenya v New Zealand, Group A - NZ crush Kenya by 10 wickets
New Zealand needed only eight overs to knock off the runs, with Martin Guptill scoring 39 and fellow opener Brendon McCullum adding 26 in Chennai. Kenya's total was the fifth-lowest in the history of the tournament.
New Zealand 72 for 0 (Guptill 39*, McCullum 26*) beat Kenya 69 (Bennett 4-16, Oram 3-2, Southee 3-13) by 10 wickets
ICC World Cup Match 1, India v Bangladesh, Group B - Sehwag and Kohli set up massive win for India
Bangladesh made 283 for nine in 50 overs with opener Tamim Iqbal top scoring with 70 and captain Shakib-al-Hasan scoring 55. For India, pacer Munaf Patel picked up four for 48 from 10 overs. Earlier Bangladesh Captain Shakib won the toss and put India to bat.
Tamim Iqbal, Imrul Kayes, Junaid Siddique, Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan, Raqibul Hasan, Naeem Islam, Mahmudullah, Abdur Razzak, Shafiul Islam, Rubel Hossain
SR Tendulkar, V Sehwag, G Gambhir, V Kohli, Yuvraj Singh, MS Dhoni, YK Pathan, Harbhajan Singh, Z Khan, S Sreesanth, MM Patel.
India 370 for 4 (Sehwag 175, Kohli 100*) beat Bangladesh 283 for 9 (Tamim 70, Shakib 55, Munaf 4-48) by 87 runs
ICC World Cup Match 1, India v Bangladesh, Group B - Preview
India have enjoyed an impressive run over the last three years, which has taken Dhoni's men to the top of the Test rankings and made them number two behind Australia in the one-dayers. With Sehwag, Sachin, Gambhir and Yuvraj Singh adding to a top-heavy line-up and Dhoni and the explosive Yusuf Pathan coming down the order, Harbhajan Singh has been pushed to number eight despite two Test centuries to his credit.
ICC World Cup Warm-up Matches, India vs New Zealand at Chennai
India 360 for 5 (Dhoni 108*, Gambhir 89, Kohli 59, Raina 50) beat New Zealand 243 (B McCullum 58) by 117 runs
ICC World Cup Warm-up Matches, India v Australia at Bangalore
In order to ensure players are given maximum opportunity, teams are permitted to use any 11 batsmen from their 15-man squad, and any bowlers.
India's next warm-up game versus New Zealand at Chennai on Feb 16, 2011.