ICC Cricket World Cup in India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh

Unofficial Warm-Up Matches: Dubai

Ireland v Zimbabwe
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, 6 February 2011

Ireland 204 (48.1 overs; Porterfield 66, Lamb 3/30)
Zimbabwe 208/4 (43.5 overs; Taylor 84*, Cusack 2/29)
Zimbabwe win by 6 wickets (Match report & scorecard)

Netherlands v Zimbabwe
Dubai International Cricket Stadium, 8 February 2011

Zimbabwe 249/8 (50 overs; Taylor 56, Mudassar Bukhari 3/42)
Netherlands 134 (33.2 overs; Kervezee 33, Mpofu 3/31)
Zimbabwe win by 115 runs (Match report & scorecard)

Official Warm-Up Matches

South Africa v Zimbabwe
MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai, 12 February 2011

Zimbabwe 152 (41.5 overs; Taylor 40, Morkel 3/16)
South Africa 153/2 (23.3 overs; Kallis 49*, Price 1/19)
South Africa win by 8 wickets (Match report & scorecard)

Ireland v Zimbabwe
Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Jamtha, Nagpur, 15 February 2011

Zimbabwe 244/8 (50 overs; Chigumbura 103*, Johnston 2/9)
Ireland 245/6 (49.3 overs; Botha 79, Price 2/37)
Ireland win by 4 wickets (Match report & scorecard)

Group A Matches

Kenya v New Zealand: MA Chidambaram Stadium, Chepauk, Chennai, 20 February 2011
Kenya 69 (23.5 overs; Waters 16, Patel 16, Oram 3/2), New Zealand 72/0 (8 overs; Guptill 39*, Odhiambo 0/5)
New Zealand win by 10 wickets

Sri Lanka v Canada: Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Sooriyawewa, Hambantota, 20 February 2011
Sri Lanka 332/7 (50 overs; Jayawardene 100, Davison 2/56), Canada 122 (36.5 overs; Rizwan Cheema 37, Kulasekara 3/16)
Sri Lanka win by 210 runs

Australia v Zimbabwe
Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad, 21 February 2011

Australia 262/6 (50 overs; Watson 79, Mpofu 2/58)
Zimbabwe 171 (46.2 overs; Cremer 37, Johnson 4/19)
Australia win by 91 runs (Match report & scorecard)

Kenya v Pakistan: Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Sooriyawewa, Hambantota, 23 February 2011
Pakistan 317/7 (50 overs; Umar Akmal 71, Odoyo 3/41), Kenya 112 (33.1 overs; Obuya 47, Shahid Afridi 5/16)
Pakistan win by 205 runs

Australia v New Zealand: Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Jamtha, Nagpur, 25 February 2011
New Zealand 206 (45.1 overs; McCullum 52, Johnson 4/33), Australia 207/3 (34 overs; Watson 62, Bennett 2/63)
Australia win by 7 wickets

Pakistan v Sri Lanka: R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, 26 February 2011
Pakistan 277/7 (50 overs; Misbah-ul-Haq 83*, Herath 2/46), Sri Lanka 266/9 (50 overs; Silva 57, Shahid Afridi 4/34)
Pakistan win by 11 runs

Canada v Zimbabwe
Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Jamtha, Nagpur, 28 February 2011

Zimbabwe 298/9 (50 overs; Taibu 98, Balaji Rao 4/57)
Canada 123 (42.1 overs; Surkari 26, Price 3/16)
Zimbabwe win by 175 runs (Match report & scorecard)

Kenya v Sri Lanka: R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, 1 March 2011
Kenya 142 (43.3 overs; C Obuya 52, Malinga 6/38), Sri Lanka 146/1 (18.4 overs; Tharanga 67*, Otieno 1/26)
Sri Lanka win by 9 wickets

Canada v Pakistan: R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, 3 March 2011
Pakistan 184 (43 overs; Umar Akmal 48, Baidwan 3/35), Canada 138 (42.5 overs; Hansra 43, Shahid Afridi 5/23)
Pakistan win by 46 runs

New Zealand v Zimbabwe
Sardar Patel Stadium, Motera, Ahmedabad, 4 March 2011

Zimbabwe 162 (46.2 overs; Taylor 44, Southee 3/29)
New Zealand 166/0 (33.3 overs; Guptill 86*, B McCullum 76*)
New Zealand win by 10 wickets (Match report & scorecard)

Australia v Sri Lanka: R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, 5 March 2011
Sri Lanka 146/3 (32.5 overs; Sangakkara 73*, Tait 1/23), Australia did not bat
Match abandoned - rain

Canada v Kenya: Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi, 7 March 2011
Kenya 198 (50 overs; Mishra 51, Odoyo 51, Osinde 4/26), Canada 199/5 (45.3 overs; Hansra 70, Odhiambo 2/45)
Canada win by 5 wickets

New Zealand v Pakistan: Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, 8 March 2011
New Zealand 302/7 (50 overs; Taylor 131*, Umar Gul 3/32), Pakistan 192 (41.4 overs; Abdul Razzaq 62, Southee 3/25)
New Zealand win by 110 runs

Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe
Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, 10 March 2011

Sri Lanka 327/6 (50 overs; Dilshan 144, Mpofu 4/62)
Zimbabwe 188 (39 overs; Taylor 80, Dilshan 4/4)
Sri Lanka win by 139 runs (Match report & scorecard)

Canada v New Zealand: Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, 13 March 2011
New Zealand 358/6 (50 overs; McCullum 101, Baidwan 3/84), Canada 261/9 (50 overs; Bagai 84, Oram 3/47)
New Zealand win by 97 runs

Australia v Kenya: M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, 13 March 2011
Australia 324/6 (50 overs; Clarke 93, Odhiambo 3/57), Kenya 264/6 (50 overs; C Obuya 98*, Tait 2/49)
Australia win by 60 runs

Pakistan v Zimbabwe
Pallekele International Cricket Stadium, 14 March 2011

Zimbabwe 151/7 (39.4/50 overs; Ervine 52, Umar Gul 3/36)
Pakistan 164/3 (34.1/38 overs; Asad Shafiq 78*, Price 2/21)
Pakistan win by 7 wickets (D/L method) (Match report & scorecard)

Australia v Canada: M Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore, 16 March 2011
Canada 211 (45.4 overs; Patel 54, Lee 4/46), Australia 212/3 (34.5 overs; Watson 94, Davison 1/29)
Australia win by 7 wickets

New Zealand v Sri Lanka: Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai, 18 March 2011
Sri Lanka 265/9 (50 overs; Sangakkara 111, Southee 3/63), New Zealand 153 (35 overs; Taylor 33, Muralitharan 4/25)
Sri Lanka win by 112 runs

Australia v Pakistan: R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo, 19 March 2011
Australia 176 (46.4 overs; Haddin 42, Umar Gul 3/30), Pakistan 178/6 (41 overs; Asad Shafiq 46, Lee 4/28)
Pakistan win by 4 wickets

Kenya v Zimbabwe
Eden Gardens, Kolkata, 20 March 2011

Zimbabwe 308/6 (50 overs; Ervine 66, Otieno 2/61)
Kenya 147 (36 overs; Odhiambo 44, Price 2/20)
Zimbabwe win by 161 runs (Match report & scorecard)

Group A Table (Final)

                Pl  W L T NR Pt   NRR
1  Pakistan      6  5 1 0 0  10   +0.758
2  Sri Lanka     6  4 1 0 1   9   +2.582
3  Australia     6  4 1 0 1   9   +1.123
4  New Zealand   6  4 2 0 0   8   +1.135
5  Zimbabwe      6  2 4 0 0   4   +0.030
6  Canada        6  1 5 0 0   2   -1.987
7  Kenya         6  0 6 0 0   0   -3.042