This is a list of squads named for the seventh edition of Cricket World Cup, held in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya between 9 February and 23 March 2003. The tournament saw 14 teams selected and placed in two groups. Each country was required to submit a final list of 15 players by 31 December 2002. An injured player could be replaced at any time up until the end of the tournament. Replacement players who were not in the original 15-man squad are indicated in italics.
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Fourteen teams played in the 2003 World Cup, the largest number of teams to play in a Cricket World Cup at the time. The 10 Test playing nations automatically qualified for the tournament including the recently appointed member Bangladesh, while Kenya also qualified automatically due to their full One Day International status.
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The eight ICC Cricket World Cup was played in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya in 2003. Total 14 teams played 54-match from February 09 to March 23, 2003. Pool A India, Australia, England, Pakistan, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Netherlands Pool B South Africa, West Indies, New Zealand, Bangladesh, Canada, Sri Lanka, Kenya Result: Australia won the 2002/03 ICC World Cup
The 2003 Cricket World Cup Final was a One Day International match played on 23 March 2003 at the Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg, South Africa. It marked the culmination of the 2003 Cricket World Cup, the eighth edition of the tournament. It was the first time these two teams had met at this stage of a World Cup. For defending champions Australia it was their fifth World Cup final, while for India it was the second after their 1983 victory. Australia won the match by 125 runs to claim the tit
2004 Cricket World Cup statistics lists all the major statistics and records for the 2003 Cricket World Cup held in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya from 9 February to 24 March 2003. Talha Jubair became the youngest player to participate in Cricket World Cup. Sri Lanka's clinical demolition of Canada for 36 runs created a new World Cup record for the lowest innings score, a dubious distinction that was, at the time, the lowest score in ODI history. Records tumbled when defending champions Austra