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World Cup results, standings, fixtures

Results, standings and fixtures in the 2011 World Cup (times in GMT; top four in each group qualify for quarter-finals):

Sunday
Group A
At Mumbai
New Zealand 358-6 (Brendon McCullum 101, Ross Taylor 74) v Canada 261-9 (Ashish Bagai 84, Jimmy Hansra 70 not out)
New Zealand won by 97 runs

Playing later
At Bangalore (0900GMT)
Australia v Kenya

Standings (played, won, lost, tied, no result, points, net run rate)
Group A
New Zealand    5 4 1 0 0 8 +1.957 - qualified
Sri Lanka      5 3 1 0 1 7 +2.705 - qualified
Pakistan       4 3 1 0 0 6 +0.760
Australia      3 2 0 0 1 5 +1.813
Zimbabwe       4 1 3 0 0 2 -0.690
Canada         5 1 4 0 0 2 -2.046
Kenya          4 0 4 0 0 0 -3.403

Group B
India          5 3 1 1 0 7 +0.768
West Indies    4 3 1 0 0 6 +2.206
South Africa   4 3 1 0 0 6 +1.352
England        5 2 2 1 0 5 +0.013
Bangladesh     4 2 2 0 0 4 -1.241
Ireland        4 1 3 0 0 2 -0.444
Netherlands    4 0 4 0 0 0 -2.728

Previous results
Feb 19
Group B
At Dhaka
India 370-4 (Virender Sehwag 175, Virat Kohli 100 not out) v Bangladesh 283-9 (Tamim Iqbal 70, Shakib Al Hasan 55; Munaf Patel 4-48).
India won by 87 runs

Feb 20
Group A
At Chennai
Kenya 69 (Hamish Bennett 4-16) v New Zealand 72-0
New Zealand won by 10 wickets

Group A
At Hambantota
Sri Lanka 332-7 (Mahela Jayawardene 100, Kumar Sangakkara 92, Tillakaratne Dilshan 50) v Canada 122
Sri Lanka won by 210 runs

Feb 21
Group A
At Ahmedabad
Australia 262-6 (Shane Watson 79, Michael Clarke 58 not out) v Zimbabwe 171 (Mitchell Johnson 4-19)
Australia won by 91 runs

Feb 22
Group B
At Nagpur
Netherlands 292-6 (Ryan ten Doeschate 119) v England 296-4 (Andrew Strauss 88, Jonathan Trott 62)
England won by six wickets

Feb 23
Group A
At Hambantota
Pakistan 317-7 (Umar Akmal 71, Misbah-ul-Haq 65, Kamran Akmal 55, Younis Khan 50,) v Kenya 112 (Collins Obuya 47; Shahid Afridi 5-16)
Pakistan won by 205 runs

Feb 24
Group B
At New Delhi
West Indies 222 (Darren Bravo 73; Imran Tahir 4-41) v South Africa 223-3 (AB de Villiers 107 not out, Graeme Smith 45)
South Africa won by seven wickets

Feb 25
Group A
At Nagpur
New Zealand 206 (Nathan McCullum 52, Daniel Vettori 44; Mitchell Johnson 4-33) v Australia 207-3 (Shane Watson 62, Brad Haddin 55)
Australia won by seven wickets

Group B
At Dhaka  
Bangladesh 205 (Tamim Iqbal 44; Andre Botha 3-32) v Ireland 178 (Niall O'Brien 38; Shafiul Islam 4-21)
Bangladesh won by 27 runs

Feb 26
Group A
At Colombo
Pakistan 277-7 (Misbah-ul-Haq 83 not out, Younis Khan c Jayawardene b Herath 72) v Sri Lanka 266-9 (Chamara Silva 57, Kumar Sangakkara 49, Tillakaratne Dilshan 41; Shahid Afridi 4-34)
Pakistan won by 11 runs

Feb 27
Group B
At Bangalore  
India 338 (Sachin Tendulkar 120, Yuvraj Singh 58, Gautam Gambhir 51; Tim Bresnan 5-48) v England 338-8 (Andrew Strauss 158, Ian Bell 69)
Match tied

Feb 28
Group A
At Nagpur
Zimbabwe 298-9 (Tatendu Taibu 98, Craig Ervine 85; Balaji Rao 4-57) v Canada 123 all out in 42.1 overs
Zimbabwe won by 175 runs

Group B
At New Delhi
West Indies 330-8 (Chris Gayle 80, Kieron Pollard 60, Devon Smith 53) v Netherlands 115 (Tom Cooper 55; Kemar Roach 6-27)
West Indies won by 215 runs

March 1 
Group A
At Colombo
Kenya 142 (Collins Obuya 52, David Obuya 51; Lasith Malinga 6-38) v Sri Lanka 146-1 (Upal Tharanga 67 not out, Tillakaratne Dilshan 44)
Sri Lanka won by nine wickets

March 2
Group B
At Bangalore
England 327-8 (Jonathan Trott 92, Ian Bell 81, Kevin Pietersen 59) v Ireland 329-7 (Kevin O'Brien 113, Alex Cusack 47)
Ireland won by three wickets

March 3
Group B
At Mohali
South Africa 351-5 (AB de Villiers 134, Hashim Amla 113) v Netherlands 120
South Africa won by 231 runs

Group A
At Colombo
Pakistan 184 (Umar Akmal 48) v Canada 138 (Shahid Afridi 5-23)
Pakistan won by 46 runs

March 4
Group A
At Ahmedabad
Zimbabwe 162 v New Zealand 166-0 (Martin Guptill 86 not out, Brendon McCullum 76 not out)
New Zealand won by 10 wickets

Group B
At Dhaka
Bangladesh 58 (Sulieman Benn 4-18) v West Indies 59-1
West Indies won by nine wickets

March 5
Group A
At Colombo
Sri Lanka 146-3 (Kumar Sangakkara 73 not out) v Australia
Match abandoned due to rain. No result - one point each

March 6
Group B
At Chennai
England 171 (Ravi Bopara 60, Jonathan Trott 52; Imran Tahir 4-38) v South Africa 165 (Hashim Amla 42; Stuart Broad 4-15)
England won by six runs

Group B
At Bangalore
Ireland 207 (William Porterfield 75; Yuvraj Singh 5-31) v India 210-5 (Yuvraj Singh 50 not out)
India won by five wickets

March 7
Group A
At New Delhi
Kenya 198 (Tanmay Mishra 51, Thomas Odoyo 51; Henry Osinde 4-26) v Canada 199-5 (Jimmy Hansra 70, Asish Bagai 64 not out)
Canada won by five wickets

March 8
Group A
At Pallekele
New Zealand 302-7 (Ross Taylor 131 not out, Martin Guptill 57) v Pakistan 192 (Abdul Razzaq 62)
New Zealand won by 110 runs

March 9  
Group B
At New Delhi
Netherlands 189 v India 191-5 (Yuvraj Singh 51 not out)
India won by five wickets

March 10
Group A
At Pallekele
Sri Lanka 327-6 (Tillakaratne Dilshan 144, Upul Tharanga 133; Chris Mpofu 4-62) v Zimbabwe 188 (Brendan Taylor 80; Tillakaratne Dilshan 4-4)
Sri Lanka won by 139 runs

March 11
Group B
At Mohali
West Indies 275 (Devon Smith 107, Kieron Pollard 94) v Ireland 231 (Ed Joyce 84, Gary Wilson 61)
West Indies won by 44 runs

Group B
At Chittagong
England 225 (Jonathan Trott 67, Eoin Morgan 63) v Bangladesh 227-8 in 49 overs (Imrul Kayes 60)
Bangladesh won by two wickets

March 12
Group B
At Nagpur
India 296 (Sachin Tendulkar 111, Virender Sehwag 73, Gautam Gambhir 69; Dale Steyn 5-50) v South Africa 300-7 (Jacques Kallis 69, Hashim Amla 61, AB de Villiers 52)
South Africa won by three wickets

Still to play:  
Mar 14: Bangladesh v Netherlands, Chittagong (0330)
Mar 14: Pakistan v Zimbabwe, Pallekele (0900)
Mar 15: South Africa v Ireland, Kolkata (0900)
Mar 16: Australia v Canada, Bangalore (0900)
Mar 17: England v West Indies, Chennai (0900)
Mar 18: Ireland v Netherlands, Kolkata (0400)
Mar 18: Sri Lanka v New Zealand, Mumbai (0900)
Mar 19: Bangladesh v South Africa, Dhaka (0330)
Mar 19: Australia v Pakistan, Colombo (0900)
Mar 20: Zimbabwe v Kenya, Kolkata (0400)
Mar 20: India v West Indies, Chennai (0900)

Mar 23: First quarter-final, A1 v B4, Dhaka (0830)
Mar 24: Second quarter-final, A2 v B3, Ahmedabad (0900)
Mar 25: Third quarter-final, A3 v B2, Dhaka (0830)
Mar 26: Fourth quarter-final, A4 v B1, Colombo (0900)

Mar 29: First semi-final, Colombo (0900)
Mar 30: Second semi-final, Mohali (0900)

Apr 2 : Final, Mumbai (0900)

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