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World Cup History 1999

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World Cup Place (England)

Australia won by 8 wickets

Super Six

Match 15 of 15

Played

Won

Lost

NR

Tied

Points

Net RR

PCF

Pakistan

5

3

2

-

-

6

0.65  

(4)

Australia

5

3

2

-

-

6

0.36  

(0)

South Africa

5

3

2

-

-

6

0.17  

(2)

New Zealand

5

2

2

1

-

5

-0.52  

(2)

Zimbabwe

5

2

2

1

-

5

-0.79  

(4)

India

5

1

4

-

-

2

-0.15  

(0)

Group A

Match 15 of 15

Played

Won

Lost

NR

Tied

Points

Net RR

PCF

South Africa

5

4

1

-

-

8

0.86  

2

India

5

3

2

-

-

6

1.28  

0

Zimbabwe

5

3

2

-

-

6

0.02  

4

England

5

3

2

-

-

6

-0.33  

 

Sri Lanka

5

2

3

-

-

4

-0.81  

 

Kenya

5

-

5

-

-

0

-1.20  

 

Group B

Match 15 of 15

Played

Won

Lost

NR

Tied

Points

Net RR

PCF

Pakistan

5

4

1

-

-

8

0.51  

4

Australia

5

3

2

-

-

6

0.73  

0

New Zealand

5

3

2

-

-

6

0.58  

2

West Indies

5

3

2

-

-

6

0.50  

 

Bangladesh

5

2

3

-

-

4

-0.52  

 

Scotland

5

-

5

-

-

0

-1.93  

 

  • Points: 2 - Win, 1 - Tie, 1 - No result
  • PCF: Points Carried Forward - the number of points the top three teams in each group carry through to the Super 6 stage, from matches against the other top two sides.
  • Note: as defined in the Playing Conditions, Net Run Rate only comes into play if positions cannot be decided by head-to-head results.
  • Note: the Net Run Rate calculations for India and Zimbabwe reflect the decision of the organizing committee that in the case of a penalty being applied for slow bowling of overs, the run rates be calculated on the revised over allocation. In the Group A match between India and Zimbabwe, India were penalised 4 overs, and thus their run rate is calculated using 46 overs rather than 50

Group A: England v Sri Lanka at Lord's - May 14, 1999
England won by 8 wickets. Sri Lanka 204 (48.4 ov); England 207-2 (46.5 ov).

Group A: India v South Africa at Hove - May 15, 1999
South Africa won by 4 wickets. India 253-5 (50 ov); South Africa 254-6 (47.2 ov).

Group A: Kenya v Zimbabwe at Taunton - May 15, 1999
Zimbabwe won by 5 wickets. Kenya 229-7 (50 ov); Zimbabwe 231-5 (41 ov).

Group B: Australia v Scotland at Worcester - May 16, 1999
Australia won by 6 wickets. Scotland 181-7 (50 ov); Australia 182-4 (44.5 ov).

Group B: Pakistan v West Indies at Bristol - May 16, 1999
Pakistan won by 27 runs. Pakistan 229-8 (50 ov); West Indies 202 (48.5 ov).

Group B: Bangladesh v New Zealand at Chelmsford - May 17, 1999
New Zealand won by 6 wickets. Bangladesh 116 (37.4 ov); New Zealand 117-4 (33 ov).

Group A: England v Kenya at Canterbury - May 18, 1999
England won by 9 wickets. Kenya 203 (49.4 ov); England 204-1 (39 ov).

Group A: India v Zimbabwe at Leicester - May 19, 1999
Zimbabwe won by 3 runs. Zimbabwe 252-9 (50 ov); India 249 (45 ov).

Group A: South Africa v Sri Lanka at Northampton - May 19, 1999
South Africa won by 89 runs. South Africa 199-9 (50 ov); Sri Lanka 110 (35.2 ov).

Group B: Australia v New Zealand at Cardiff - May 20, 1999
New Zealand won by 5 wickets. Australia 213-8 (50 ov); New Zealand 214-5 (45.2 ov).

Group B: Pakistan v Scotland at Chester-le-Street - May 20, 1999
Pakistan won by 94 runs. Pakistan 261-6 (50 ov); Scotland 167 (38.5 ov).

Group B: Bangladesh v West Indies at Dublin - May 21, 1999
West Indies won by 7 wickets. Bangladesh 182 (49.2 ov); West Indies 183-3 (46.3 ov).

Group A: England v South Africa at The Oval - May 22, 1999
South Africa won by 122 runs. South Africa 225-7 (50 ov); England 103 (41 ov).

Group A: Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at Worcester - May 22, 1999
Sri Lanka won by 4 wickets. Zimbabwe 197-9 (50 ov); Sri Lanka 198-6 (46 ov).

Group A: India v Kenya at Bristol - May 23, 1999
India won by 94 runs. India 329-2 (50 ov); Kenya 235-7 (50 ov).

Group B: Australia v Pakistan at Leeds - May 23, 1999
Pakistan won by 10 runs. Pakistan 275-8 (50 ov); Australia 265 (49.5 ov).

Group B: New Zealand v West Indies at Southampton - May 24, 1999
West Indies won by 7 wickets. New Zealand 156 (48.1 ov); West Indies 158-3 (44.2 ov).

Group B: Scotland v Bangladesh at Edinburgh - May 24, 1999
Bangladesh won by 22 runs. Bangladesh 185-9 (50 ov); Scotland 163 (46.2 ov).

Group A: England v Zimbabwe at Nottingham - May 25, 1999
England won by 7 wickets. Zimbabwe 167-8 (50 ov); England 168-3 (38.3 ov).

Group A: India v Sri Lanka at Taunton - May 26, 1999
India won by 157 runs. India 373-6 (50 ov); Sri Lanka 216 (42.3 ov).

Group A: Kenya v South Africa at Amstelveen - May 26, 1999
South Africa won by 7 wickets. Kenya 152 (44.3 ov); South Africa 153-3 (41 ov).

Group B: Australia v Bangladesh at Chester-le-Street - May 27, 1999
Australia won by 7 wickets. Bangladesh 178-7 (50 ov); Australia 181-3 (19.5 ov).

Group B: Scotland v West Indies at Leicester - May 27, 1999
West Indies won by 8 wickets. Scotland 68 (31.3 ov); West Indies 70-2 (10.1 ov).

Group B: New Zealand v Pakistan at Derby - May 28, 1999
Pakistan won by 62 runs. Pakistan 269-8 (50 ov); New Zealand 207-8 (50 ov).

Group A: England v India at Birmingham - May 29, 1999
India won by 63 runs. India 232-8 (50 ov); England 169 (45.2 ov).

Group A: South Africa v Zimbabwe at Chelmsford - May 29, 1999
Zimbabwe won by 48 runs. Zimbabwe 233-6 (50 ov); South Africa 185 (47.2 ov).

Group A: Kenya v Sri Lanka at Southampton - May 30, 1999
Sri Lanka won by 45 runs. Sri Lanka 275-8 (50 ov); Kenya 230-6 (50 ov).

Group B: Australia v West Indies at Manchester - May 30, 1999
Australia won by 6 wickets. West Indies 110 (46.4 ov); Australia 111-4 (40.4 ov).

Group B: Bangladesh v Pakistan at Northampton - May 31, 1999
Bangladesh won by 62 runs. Bangladesh 223-9 (50 ov); Pakistan 161 (44.3 ov).

Group B: Scotland v New Zealand at Edinburgh - May 31, 1999
New Zealand won by 6 wickets. Scotland 121 (42.1 ov); New Zealand 123-4 (17.5 ov).

Super Six: Australia v India at The Oval - June 4, 1999
Australia won by 77 runs. Australia 282-6 (50 ov); India 205 (48.2 ov).

Super Six: Pakistan v South Africa at Nottingham - June 5, 1999
South Africa won by 3 wickets. Pakistan 220-7 (50 ov); South Africa 221-7 (49 ov).

Super Six: New Zealand v Zimbabwe at Leeds - June 6, 1999
No result. Zimbabwe 175 (49.3 ov); New Zealand 70-3 (15 ov).

Super Six: India v Pakistan at Manchester - June 8, 1999
India won by 47 runs. India 227-6 (50 ov); Pakistan 180 (45.3 ov).

Super Six: Australia v Zimbabwe at Lord's - June 9, 1999
Australia won by 44 runs. Australia 303-4 (50 ov); Zimbabwe 259-6 (50 ov).

Super Six: New Zealand v South Africa at Birmingham - June 10, 1999
South Africa won by 74 runs. South Africa 287-5 (50 ov); New Zealand 213-8 (50 ov).

Super Six: Pakistan v Zimbabwe at The Oval - June 11, 1999
Pakistan won by 148 runs. Pakistan 271-9 (50 ov); Zimbabwe 123 (40.3 ov).

Super Six: India v New Zealand at Nottingham - June 12, 1999
New Zealand won by 5 wickets. India 251-6 (50 ov); New Zealand 253-5 (48.2 ov).

Super Six: Australia v South Africa at Leeds - June 13, 1999
Australia won by 5 wickets. South Africa 271-7 (50 ov); Australia 272-5 (49.4 ov).

Semi-Final: New Zealand v Pakistan at Manchester - June 16, 1999
Pakistan won by 9 wickets. New Zealand 241-7 (50 ov); Pakistan 242-1 (47.3 ov).

Semi-Final: Australia v South Africa at Birmingham - June 17, 1999
Match tied. Australia 213 (49.2 ov); South Africa 213 (49.4 ov).

Final: Australia v Pakistan at Lord's - June 20, 1999
Australia won by 8 wickets. Pakistan 132 (39 ov); Australia 133-2 (20.1 ov).

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