Australia's success rate was 74% from June 21, 1999 to February 8, 2003, becoming champion in 2003.
Australia's success rate was 70% from March 24, 2003 to March 12, 2007, becoming champion in 2007.
Australia's success rate was 65% from 29 April 2007 to 18 February 2011, in the quarter-finals in 2011
Australia's success rate was 70% from 03 April 2011 to 13 February 2015, becoming the champion in 2015
Sports desk There are 75 days left to start the ODI World Cup. The Indian cricket team is yet to play any match till the World Cup. Captain Virat Kohli has already cleared that the play-off of the World Cup team India is almost certain, only one change can be seen. Team India has twice won the World Cup in 1983 and 2011 and this time is also the claimant to be the champion. The figures are also in his favor. It was the 8th ODI World Cup from 14 May to 20 June 1999. Then Australia made the champion. Since then, there have been four World Cups. Three times, the same team became the champion, which has the highest success rate before the tournament. That team was Australia. In 2011, he could not become a champion Team India had stopped the campaign of that World Cup Australia and it was the same champion.
From 2015 to February 14, the World Cup was held in March 2015. Since then Team India has played 86 ODIs so far. Of these, she has won 56, while in 27 she had to face defeat. Two matches were tied and the result of one did not come out. England is at number two. He won 53 out of 82 ODIs and lost 23 Have a match tie and five bentages.
World Cup 2003: Australia make champions for the third time
Talking about the last four World Cup, Australia's success rate was the highest since June 21, 1999 to February 8, 2003. He played 88 ODIs this time. Of these 65 won and 19 lost Tie two matches. Do two bentages The World Cup was held from 9 February to 23 March. He became the Australian Team Champion.
World Cup 2007: Australia for third consecutive champions
After that, the success rate of Australia was the highest since March 24, 2003 to March 12, 2007. He played 114 ODIs and won 80. He lost to 28, a match remained, while five matches remained unchanged. From 13 March 2007 to 28 April, the World Cup went on and Australia won the title for the fourth time.
World Cup 2011: Team India beat Australia in quarterfinals, become champion
Australia's success rate was also the highest during the period from 29 April 2007 to 18 February 2011. He won 64 out of 99 ODIs. Lost 29 matches, while the result of 6 did not come out. The World Cup was played from February 19 to April 2. However, this time his journey ended in the quarter-finals. India beat them by 5 wickets in the quarter-finals. Team India became the champion in the finals held on 2 April in Mumbai.
World Cup 2015: Michael Clarke's first Australian Champions team captain
After the 10th World Cup and before the 11th World Cup i.e., from 3rd April 2011 to 13 February 2015, Australia's success rate was the highest. He won 48 out of 83 ODIs. She had to face defeat in 28 years. A match was tied and 6 matches remained unchanged. The World Cup was played from February 14 to March 29 and Australia once again became the champion. At that time the team's command was in the hands of Michael Clarke.