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2007 Cricket World Cup squads

The captains of the 2007 Cricket World Cup.

This is a list of the squads picked for the 2007 Cricket World Cup. This was the eighth Cricket World Cup tournament and was held between 14 March and 28 April 2007. The sixteen teams were asked to announce their final squads by 13 February 2007. Changes were allowed after this deadline at the discretion of the ICCs Technical Committee in necessary cases, such as due to player injury. In order to aid the teams to select the final fifteen, teams were given the option to announce a thirty man squad by mid-January, with the understanding that the final squad would be picked from within these thirty players.[1] However this was not strictly adhered to—several of England's final fifteen came from outside the initial thirty, for example.

Contents

  • Group A 1
    • Australia 1.1
    • Netherlands 1.2
    • Scotland 1.3
    • South Africa 1.4
  • Group B 2
    • Bangladesh 2.1
    • Bermuda 2.2
    • India 2.3
    • Sri Lanka 2.4
  • Group C 3
    • Canada 3.1
    • England 3.2
    • Kenya 3.3
    • New Zealand 3.4
  • Group D 4
    • Ireland 4.1
    • Pakistan 4.2
    • West Indies 4.3
    • Zimbabwe 4.4
  • References 5

Group A

Australia

Australia named their 15-man squad on 13 February 2007.[2] On 23 February 2007, Brett Lee was removed from the squad due to injury and was replaced by Stuart Clark.[3]

Coach: John Buchanan
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style First-class team
14 Ricky Ponting (c) 19 December 1974 268 Right Right arm medium Tasmanian Tigers
59 Nathan Bracken 12 September 1977 57 Right Left arm fast medium New South Wales Blues
8 Stuart Clark 28 September 1975 24 Right Right arm fast medium New South Wales Blues
23 Michael Clarke 2 April 1981 101 Right Slow left arm orthodox New South Wales Blues
18 Adam Gilchrist 14 November 1971 256 Left Wicket-keeper Western Warriors
57 Brad Haddin 23 October 1977 21 Right Wicket-keeper New South Wales Blues
28 Matthew Hayden 29 October 1971 133 Left Right arm medium Queensland Bulls
17 Brad Hodge 29 December 1974 13 Right Right arm off break Victorian Bushrangers
31 Brad Hogg 6 February 1971 95 Left Slow left arm chinaman Western Warriors
48 Michael Hussey 27 May 1975 61 Left Right arm medium Western Warriors
25 Mitchell Johnson 2 November 1981 18 Left Left arm fast Queensland Bulls
11 Glenn McGrath 9 February 1970 238 Right Right arm fast medium New South Wales Blues
63 Andrew Symonds 9 June 1975 161 Right Right arm medium/off break Queensland Bulls
32 Shaun Tait 22 February 1983 4 Right Right arm fast Southern Redbacks
33 Shane Watson 17 June 1981 57 Right Right arm fast medium Queensland Bulls

Netherlands

The KNCB named their 15-man squad on 13 February 2007.[5] The squad was unchanged from that which was named for the World Cricket League Division One event in January 2007.[6]

Coach: Peter Cantrell
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style Domestic team
69 Luuk van Troost (c) 28 December 1969 21 Left Left arm medium Excelsior'20
17 Peter Borren 21 August 1983 10 Right Right arm medium VRA Amsterdam
19 Daan van Bunge 19 October 1982 21 Right Right arm leg break Excelsior'20
22 Ryan ten Doeschate 30 June 1980 11 Right Right arm medium fast Essex Eagles
20 Mark Jonkman 20 March 1986 4 Right Right arm medium fast HCC Den Haag
74 Mohammad Kashif 3 December 1984 6 Right Slow left arm orthodox VOC Rotterdam
85 Alexei Kervezee 11 September 1989 10 Right Right arm medium Worcestershire Royals
5 Tim de Leede 25 January 1968 26 Right Right arm medium Voorburg CC
4 Adeel Raja 15 August 1980 7 Right Right arm off break VRA Amsterdam
16 Darron Reekers 26 May 1973 9 Right Right arm medium Quick Den Haag
9 Edgar Schiferli 17 May 1976 13 Right Right arm medium fast Quick Den Haag
10 Jeroen Smits 21 June 1972 19 Right Wicket-keeper HCC Den Haag
59 Billy Stelling 30 June 1969 9 Right Right arm fast medium HBS Craeyenhout
13 Eric Szwarczynski 13 February 1983 4 Right Right arm medium VRA Amsterdam
33 Bas Zuiderent 3 March 1977 26 Right Right arm medium VOC Rotterdam

Scotland

Scotland named their squad in August 2006, to assist the players in arranging work and training schedules.[7] However, Glenn Rogers later came in for Omer Hussain.[8] Of the Scotland 15, Gavin Hamilton and John Blain have previous World Cup experience.

Coach: Peter Drinnen
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style Domestic team
99 Craig Wright (c) 28 April 1974 13 Right Right arm medium Greenock
4 John Blain 4 January 1979 18 Left Right arm fast medium Yorkshire Phoenix
23 Dougie Brown 29 October 1969 13[9] Right Right arm fast medium Warwickshire Bears
37 Gavin Hamilton 16 September 1974 18 Left Right arm medium fast / Scottish Saltires
10 Majid Haq 11 February 1983 10 Left Right arm off break Ferguslie
34 Paul Hoffmann 14 January 1970 12 Right Right arm medium fast Uddingston
21 Dougie Lockhart 19 January 1976 4 Right Right arm medium West of Scotland
8 Ross Lyons 8 December 1984 13 Left Slow left arm orthodox Clydesdale
25 Neil McCallum 22 November 1977 14 Right Grange
17 Dewald Nel 6 June 1980 5 Right Right arm medium fast Greenock
28 Navdeep Poonia 11 May 1986 8 Right Right arm medium fast Warwickshire Bears
18 Glenn Rogers 12 April 1977 4 Right Slow left arm orthodox Stenhousemuir
55 Colin Smith 27 September 1972 11 Right Wicket-keeper Aberdeenshire
27 Ryan Watson 12 November 1976 14 Right Right arm medium fast Forfarshire
12 Fraser Watts 5 June 1979 12 Right Greenock

South Africa

South Africa named their 15 man squad on 15 February.[10]

Coach: Mickey Arthur
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style First-class team
15 Graeme Smith (c) 1 February 1981 103 Left Right arm off break Cape Cobras
14 Loots Bosman 14 April 1977 8 Right Right arm medium Eagles
9 Mark Boucher 3 December 1976 231 Right Wicket-keeper Warriors
17 AB de Villiers 17 February 1984 29 Right Right arm medium
Wicket-keeper
Titans
07 Herschelle Gibbs 23 February 1974 198 Right Right arm medium Cape Cobras
99 Andrew Hall 31 July 1975 76 Right Right arm fast medium Dolphins
Kent Spitfires
3 Jacques Kallis 16 October 1975 242 Right Right arm fast medium Cape Cobras
6 Justin Kemp 2 October 1977 66 Right Right arm fast medium Titans
Kent Spitfires
67 Charl Langeveldt 17 December 1974 38 Right Right arm fast medium Lions
89 André Nel 15 July 1977 56 Right Right arm fast medium Titans
16 Makhaya Ntini 6 July 1977 143 Right Right arm fast Warriors
13 Robin Peterson 4 August 1979 33 Left Slow left arm orthodox Warriors
7 Shaun Pollock 16 July 1973 268 Right Right arm fast medium Dolphins
50[11] Ashwell Prince 28 May 1977 40 Left Left arm slow Cape Cobras
37 Roger Telemachus 27 March 1973 37 Right Right arm fast medium Eagles

Group B

Bangladesh

Bangladesh named their 15-man squad on 13 February.[12] Farhad Reza brought in for Tapash Baisya, 7 April.[13]

Coach: Dav Whatmore
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style First-class team
7 Habibul Bashar (c) 17 August 1972 100 Right Right arm off break Khulna
41 Abdur Razzak 15 June 1982 38 Right Slow left arm orthodox Khulna
97 Aftab Ahmed 10 November 1985 55 Right Right arm medium Chittagong
76 Farhad Reza 16 June 1986 12 Right Right arm fast medium Rajshahi
5 Javed Omar 25 November 1976 53 Right Right arm leg break Dhaka
2 Mashrafe Mortaza 5 October 1983 56 Right Right arm fast medium Khulna
98 Mohammad Ashraful 9 September 1984 88 Right Right arm leg break Dhaka
77 Mohammad Rafique 5 September 1970 112 Left Slow left arm orthodox Dhaka
15 Mushfiqur Rahim 1 September 1988 11 Right Wicket-keeper Rajshahi
35 Rajin Saleh 20 November 1983 43 Right Right arm off break Sylhet
75 Shakib Al Hasan 24 March 1987 20 Left Slow left arm Khulna
59 Shahadat Hossain 7 August 1986 20 Right Right arm fast medium Dhaka
42 Shahriar Nafees 25 January 1986 41 Left Barisal
47 Syed Rasel 3 July 1984 19 Left Left arm medium fast Khulna
29 Tamim Iqbal 20 March 1989 4 Left Chittagong
19 Tapash Baisya 25 December 1982 55 Right Right arm fast medium Sylhet

Bermuda

Bermuda announced their 15-man squad on 13 February 2007.[14]

Coach: Gus Logie
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style Domestic team
21 Irving Romaine (c) 8 August 1972 19 Right Right arm off break Baileys Bay
29 Delyone Borden 4 March 1985 7 Right Right arm off break St. David's
32 Lionel Cann 3 October 1972 14 Right Right arm medium Southampton Rangers
4 David Hemp 8 November 1970 14 Left Right arm medium Glamorgan Dragons
26 Kevin Hurdle 30 December 1976 14 Right Right arm fast Young Men's Social Club
28 Malachi Jones 26 June 1989 8 Right Right arm medium fast Southampton Rangers
35 Stefan Kelly 24 August 1988 6 Right Right arm fast medium St. David's
99 Dwayne Leverock 14 July 1971 17 Right Slow left arm orthodox Southampton Rangers
30 Dean Minors 6 January 1970 17 Left Wicket-keeper Flatts Victoria
20 Saleem Mukuddem 20 January 1972 18 Right Right arm medium Western Stars
31 Steven Outerbridge 20 May 1983 8 Right Right arm off break Baileys Bay
33 Oliver Pitcher 27 May 1983 2 Right Right arm medium St. David's
11 Clay Smith 15 January 1971 11 Right Right arm off break Cleveland County
22 Janeiro Tucker 15 March 1975 18 Right Right arm medium Southampton Rangers
23 Kwame Tucker 28 September 1976 12 Right Wicket-keeper Southampton Rangers

India

India announced their final 15-man squad on 12 February 2007.[15]

Coach: Greg Chappell
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style First-class team
19 Rahul Dravid (c) 11 January 1973 306 Right Right arm off break Karnataka
12 Yuvraj Singh (vc) 12 December 1981 163 Left Slow left arm orthodox Punjab
68 Ajit Agarkar 4 September 1977 180 Right Right arm fast medium Mumbai
7 Mahendra Singh Dhoni (wk) 7 July 1981 66 Right wicket-keeper Jharkhand
21 Sourav Ganguly 8 July 1972 285 Left Right arm medium Bengal
3 Harbhajan Singh 3 July 1980 147 Right Right arm off break Punjab
99 Dinesh Karthik 1 June 1985 13 Right Wicket-keeper Tamil Nadu
34 Zaheer Khan 7 October 1978 113 Right Left arm fast medium Mumbai
37 Anil Kumble 17 October 1970 268 Right Right arm leg break Karnataka
13 Munaf Patel 12 July 1983 17 Right Right arm medium fast Maharashtra
56 Irfan Pathan 27 October 1984 73 Left Left arm medium fast Baroda
2 Virender Sehwag 20 October 1978 160 Right Right arm off break Delhi
36 Sreesanth 6 February 1983 27 Right Right arm fast medium Kerala
10 Sachin Tendulkar 24 April 1973 381 Right Right arm leg break Mumbai
17 Robin Uthappa 11 November 1985 8 Right Right arm medium Karnataka

Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka announced their 15-man squad on 12 February 2007.[16]

Coach: Tom Moody
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style First-class team
27 Mahela Jayawardene (c) 27 May 1977 234 Right Right arm medium Sinhalese SC
69 Russel Arnold 25 October 1973 169 Left Right arm off break Nondescripts CC
46 Marvan Atapattu 22 November 1970 268 Right Right arm leg break Sinhalese SC
72 Malinga Bandara 31 December 1979 23 Right Right arm leg break Ragama CC
18 Tillakaratne Dilshan 14 October 1976 109 Right Right arm off break Bloomfield C&AC
26 Dilhara Fernando 19 July 1979 105 Right Right arm fast medium Sinhalese SC
07 Sanath Jayasuriya 30 June 1969 378 Left Slow left arm orthodox Bloomfield C&AC
02 Nuwan Kulasekara 22 July 1982 17 Right Right arm fast medium Colts CC
28 Farveez Maharoof 7 September 1984 60 Right Right arm fast medium Bloomfield C&AC
99 Lasith Malinga 4 September 1983 28 Right Right arm fast Nondescripts CC
08 Muttiah Muralitharan 17 April 1972 280 Right Right arm off break Tamil Union C&AC
11 Kumar Sangakkara 27 October 1977 182 Left Wicket-keeper Nondescripts CC
05 Chamara Silva 14 December 1979 14 Right Right arm leg break Sebastianites C&AC
14 Upul Tharanga 2 February 1985 43 Left Nondescripts CC
22 Chaminda Vaas 27 January 1974 289 Left Left arm fast medium Colts CC

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Group C

Canada

Canada named their 15-man squad on 14 February 2007.[17]

Coach: Andy Pick
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style Domestic team(s)
9 John Davison (c) 9 May 1970 22 Right Right arm off break Mosman
77 Qaiser Ali 20 December 1978 11 Right Right arm off break Adastrians
10 Ashish Bagai 26 January 1982 26 Right Wicket-keeper Toronto
84 Geoff Barnett 3 February 1984 6 Left Right arm medium Central Districts Stags
Meraloma
4 Umar Bhatti 4 January 1984 13 Left Left arm medium Victoria Park
3 Ian Billcliff 26 October 1972 10 Right Right arm medium University/Ellerslie
6 Desmond Chumney 8 January 1968 20 Right Right arm off break Victoria Park
15 Austin Codrington 22 August 1975 9 Right Right arm medium fast Victoria Park
7 George Codrington 26 November 1966 16 Right Right arm medium fast Victoria Park
99 Anderson Cummins 7 May 1966 10[18] Right Right arm fast medium Cavaliers
23 Sunil Dhaniram 17 October 1968 18 Left Slow left arm orthodox Cavaliers
80 Asif Mulla 5 May 1980 12 Right Wicket-keeper Yorkshire
17 Henry Osinde 17 October 1978 17 Right Right arm medium fast WICC
21 Abdool Samad 3 May 1979 16 Right Right arm off break Cavaliers
25 Kevin Sandher 16 July 1980 13 Right Slow left arm orthodox Meraloma

England

England announced their final 15-man squad at The Oval on 14 February 2007.[19] Jon Lewis was replaced by Stuart Broad on 4 April 2007 to enable him to attend to a personal situation (return home to his wife as she was experiencing complications in the latter stages of her pregnancy).[20]

Coach: Duncan Fletcher
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style County team
99 Michael Vaughan (c) 29 October 1974 77 Right Right arm off break Yorkshire Phoenix
9 James Anderson 30 July 1982 57 Left Right arm fast medium Lancashire Lightning
7 Ian Bell 11 April 1982 36 Right Right arm medium Warwickshire Bears
42 Ravi Bopara 4 May 1985 1 Right Right arm medium Essex Eagles
5 Paul Collingwood 26 May 1976 112 Right Right arm medium fast Durham Dynamos
34 Jamie Dalrymple 21 January 1981 24 Right Right arm off break Middlesex Crusaders
11 Andrew Flintoff 6 December 1977 112 Right Right arm fast Lancashire Lightning
36 Ed Joyce 22 September 1978 12 Left Right arm medium Middlesex Crusaders
18 Jon Lewis 26 August 1975 12 Right Right arm medium fast Gloucestershire Gladiators
19 Sajid Mahmood 21 December 1981 19 Right Right arm fast Lancashire Lightning
47 Paul Nixon 21 October 1970 10 Left Wicket-keeper Leicestershire Foxes
46 Monty Panesar 25 April 1982 9 Left Slow left arm orthodox Northamptonshire Steelbacks
24 Kevin Pietersen 27 June 1980 40 Right Right arm off break Hampshire Hawks
17 Liam Plunkett 6 April 1985 22 Right Right arm fast medium Durham Dynamos
14 Andrew Strauss 2 March 1977 74 Left Left arm medium Middlesex Crusaders
Replacement players
39 Stuart Broad 24 June 1986 5 Left Right arm fast medium Leicestershire Foxes

Kenya

Kenya named their 15-man squad on 13 February 2007.[21]

Coach: Roger Harper
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style Domestic team
5 Steve Tikolo (c) 25 June 1971 89 Right Right arm medium Swamibapa
07 Rajesh Bhudia 22 November 1984 0 Right Right arm medium Kanbis
11 Jimmy Kamande 12 December 1978 39 Right Right arm off break Parklands
89 Tanmay Mishra 22 December 1986 25 Right Right arm fast medium Aga Khan
13 Collins Obuya 27 July 1981 49 Right Right arm leg break Stray Lions
21 David Obuya 14 August 1979 41 Right Wicket-keeper Stray Lions
35 Nehemiah Odhiambo 7 August 1983 16 Right Right arm medium fast Swamibapa
00 Thomas Odoyo 12 May 1978 87 Right Right arm medium fast Kanbis
77 Peter Ongondo 10 February 1977 47 Right Right arm medium Swamibapa
75 Lameck Onyango 22 September 1973 9 Right Right arm medium Swamibapa
17 Morris Ouma 8 November 1982 23 Right Wicket-keeper Swamibapa
18 Malhar Patel 27 November 1983 3 Right Right arm medium Kanbis
4 Ravindu Shah 28 August 1972 53 Right Right arm medium Nairobi Gymkhana
09 Tony Suji 5 February 1976 53 Right Right arm medium Swamibapa
84 Hiren Varaiya 9 April 1984 15 Right Slow left arm orthodox Nairobi Gymkhana

New Zealand

New Zealand announced a preliminary squad on 14 January 2007,[22] and announced their 15-man squad on 13 February 2007.[23]

Daryl Tuffey was injured during the tournament; he was replaced by Chris Martin on 25 March.[24]

Lou Vincent was injured during the tournament; he was replaced by Hamish Marshall on 26 March.[25]

Coach: John Bracewell
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style First-class team
7 Stephen Fleming (c) 1 April 1973 269 Left Right arm medium Wellington Firebirds
27 Shane Bond 7 June 1975 59 Right Right arm fast Canterbury Wizards
70 James Franklin 7 November 1980 56 Left Left arm fast medium Wellington Firebirds
50 Peter Fulton 1 February 1979 28 Right Right arm medium Canterbury Wizards
17 Mark Gillespie 17 October 1979 15 Right Right arm fast medium Wellington Firebirds
45 Michael Mason 27 August 1974 14 Right Right arm fast medium Central Districts Stags
42 Brendon McCullum 27 September 1981 104 Right medium fast Canterbury Wizards
10 Craig McMillan 13 September 1976 187 Right Right arm medium Canterbury Wizards
24 Jacob Oram 28 July 1978 93 Left Right arm medium Central Districts Stags
39 Jeetan Patel 7 May 1980 17 Right Right arm off break Wellington Firebirds
56 Scott Styris 10 July 1975 123 Right Right arm fast medium Auckland Aces
3 Ross Taylor 8 March 1984 18 Right Right arm off break Central Districts Stags
14 Daryl Tuffey 11 June 1978 79 Right Right arm fast medium Northern Districts Knights
11 Daniel Vettori 27 January 1979 187 Left Slow left arm orthodox Northern Districts Knights
40 Lou Vincent 11 November 1978 94 Right Right arm medium Auckland Aces
Replacement players
32 Chris Martin 10 December 1979 9 Right Right arm fast medium Auckland Aces
34 Hamish Marshall 15 February 1979 63 Right Right arm medium Northern Districts Knights

Group D

Ireland

Ireland named their squad in August 2006, the first country to do so, in order to assist the players in arranging work and training schedules.[26] Irish player Ed Joyce, who turned out for Ireland in qualifying matches, was in England's squad.

Coach: Adrian Birrell
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style Domestic team
23 Trent Johnston (c) 29 April 1974 7 Right Right arm fast medium Clontarf
21 Andre Botha 12 September 1975 8 Left Right arm medium North County
03 Jeremy Bray 30 November 1973 6 Left Eglinton
26 Kenny Carroll 22 March 1983 2 Right Slow left arm chinaman Railway Union
05 Peter Gillespie 11 May 1974 4 Right Right arm medium Strabane
76 Dave Langford-Smith 7 December 1976 7 Right Right arm fast medium Phoenix
07 Kyle McCallan 27 August 1975 8 Right Right arm off break Waringstown
10 John Mooney 10 February 1982 6 Left Right arm medium North County
32 Paul Mooney 15 October 1976 3 Right Right arm medium North County
50 Eoin Morgan 10 September 1986 6 Left Right arm fast medium Middlesex Crusaders
22 Kevin O'Brien 4 March 1984 7 Right Right arm medium fast Railway Union
00 Niall O'Brien 8 November 1981 7 Right Wicket-keeper Northamptonshire Steelbacks
34 William Porterfield 6 September 1984 7 Left Rush
30 Boyd Rankin 5 July 1984 1 Right Right arm medium fast Derbyshire Phantoms
12 Andrew White 3 July 1980 8 Right Right arm off break Northamptonshire Steelbacks

Pakistan

Pakistan announced a preliminary squad on 10 January 2007,[27] and the final 15-man squad on 13 February 2007.[28] Both Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Asif were included, despite their ongoing doping case, where the Pakistan Cricket Board had first banned them before a tribunal reprieved the two. In a twist of fate, both players were replaced by Mohammad Sami and Yasir Arafat on 1 March due to knee and elbow injuries respectively.[29]

Pakistan had already made one change due to injury: Azhar Mahmood joined the squad in place of Abdul Razzaq, who suffered a knee injury during a practice session on 26 February.[30]

Coach: Bob Woolmer (died during tournament) and Mushtaq Ahmed (acting coach)[31]

No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style First-class team(s)
8 Inzamam-ul-Haq (c) 3 March 1970 372 Right Slow left arm orthodox WAPDA/Multan
11 Azhar Mahmood 28 February 1975 142 Right Right arm fast medium HBL/Islamabad
Surrey Lions
99 Danish Kaneria 16 December 1980 16 Right Right arm leg break HBL/Karachi Harbour
16 Imran Nazir 31 December 1981 65 Right Right arm leg break NBP/Sialkot
23 Kamran Akmal 13 January 1982 62 Right Wicket-keeper NBP/Lahore Ravi
88 Mohammad Hafeez 17 October 1980 44 Right Right arm off break SNGPL/Faisalabad
7 Mohammad Sami 24 February 1981 79 Left Right arm fast NBP/Karachi
13 Mohammad Yousuf 27 August 1974 229 Right Right arm slow WAPDA/Lahore Ravi
24 Rana Naved-ul-Hasan 28 February 1978 61 Right Right arm medium fast WAPDA/Sialkot
Sussex Sharks
21 Rao Iftikhar 1 December 1980 26 Right Right arm medium ZTBL/Islamabad
10 Shahid Afridi 1 March 1980 232 Right Right arm leg break HBL/Karachi Harbour
18 Shoaib Malik 1 February 1982 134 Right Right arm off break PIA/Sialkot
55 Umar Gul 14 April 1984 25 Right Right arm fast medium HBL/Peshawar
27 Yasir Arafat 12 March 1982 7 Right Right arm medium KRL/Rawalpindi
Sussex Sharks
75 Younis Khan 29 November 1977 148 Right Right arm leg break HBL/Peshawar

West Indies

West Indies named their squad on 15 February 2007.[32]

Coach: Bennett King
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style First-class team
9 Brian Lara (c) 2 May 1969 286 Left Right arm leg break googly Trinidad and Tobago
46 Ian Bradshaw 9 July 1974 59 Left Left arm fast medium Barbados
47 Dwayne Bravo 7 October 1983 59 Right Right arm medium fast Trinidad and Tobago
Kent Spitfires
6 Shivnarine Chanderpaul 18 August 1974 208 Left Right arm leg break Guyana
32 Corey Collymore 21 December 1977 77 Right Right arm fast medium Barbados
45 Chris Gayle 21 September 1979 156 Left Right arm off break Jamaica
55 Kieron Pollard 12 May 1987 0 Right Right arm medium Trinidad and Tobago
39 Daren Powell 15 April 1978 15 Right Right arm fast medium Jamaica
80 Denesh Ramdin 13 March 1985 22 Right Wicket-keeper Trinidad and Tobago
52 Marlon Samuels 5 February 1981 83 Right Right arm off break Jamaica
53 Ramnaresh Sarwan 23 June 1980 115 Right Right arm leg break Guyana
54 Lendl Simmons 25 January 1985 6 Right Right arm medium fast Trinidad and Tobago
28 Devon Smith 21 October 1981 10 Left Right arm off break Windward Islands
50 Dwayne Smith 12 April 1983 59 Right Right arm medium Barbados
75 Jerome Taylor 22 June 1984 28 Right Right arm fast Jamaica

Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe's 15 man squad was announced on 14 February; only one player remains from the 2003 squad.[33]

Coach: Kevin Curran
No. Player Date of Birth ODIs[4] Batting Bowling style First-class team
52 Prosper Utseya (c) 26 March 1985 59 Right Right arm off break Manicaland
12 Gary Brent 13 January 1976 57 Right Right arm medium fast Manicaland
33 Justice Chibhabha 6 September 1986 22 Right Right arm medium Mashonaland
47 Elton Chigumbura 14 March 1986 53 Right Right arm medium Manicaland
17 Keith Dabengwa 17 August 1980 12 Left Slow left arm orthodox Matabeleland
72 Terry Duffin 20 March 1982 22 Left Right arm medium Matabeleland
88 Anthony Ireland 30 August 1984 25 Right Right arm medium Midlands
10 Friday Kasteni 25 March 1988 1 Left Wicket-keeper Midlands
45 Stuart Matsikenyeri 3 May 1983 60 Right Right arm off break Manicaland
28 Christopher Mpofu 27 November 1985 18 Right Right arm medium Matabeleland
53 Tawanda Mupariwa 16 April 1985 19 Right Right arm fast medium Matabeleland
23 Ed Rainsford 14 December 1984 23 Right Right arm fast medium Midlands
26 Vusi Sibanda 10 October 1983 46 Right Right arm medium Midlands
1 Brendan Taylor 6 February 1983 60 Right Wicket-keeper Mashonaland
14 Sean Williams 26 September 1986 13 Left Slow left arm orthodox Matabeleland

References

  1. ^ New Zealand's preliminary squad, from Cricinfo, 14 January 2007
  2. ^ Tait and Haddin in World Cup squad, from Cricinfo, 13 February 2007
  3. ^ Lee out of World Cup, from Cricinfo, 23 February 2007
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p Number of ODIs played up until the start of the World Cup on 13 March 2007. Numbers only include appearances for the player's national side. Appearances for ACA African XI, ACC Asian XI, ICC World XI or for a previous national team are not counted here.
  5. ^ "Netherlands named unchanged squad". Cricinfo. 13 February 2007. Retrieved 14 February 2006. 
  6. ^ Dutch name squad for Nairobi, Rod Lyall, CricketEurope, 19 December 2006
  7. ^ Scotland name experienced World Cup squad, from Cricinfo, 30 August 2006
  8. ^ Scotland stick with winning squad, from Cricinfo, 13 February 2007
  9. ^ Brown also played 9 ODIs for England.
  10. ^ South Africa stick with winning 15 15 February 2007
  11. ^ Prince's number is actually printed on his back as "5+0". The number "5" shirt is not used as it previously belonged to Hansie Cronje [1].
  12. ^ Mashud left out of Bangladesh squad, from Cricinfo. Retrieved 13 February 2007
  13. ^ Baisya ruled out of World Cup, from Cricinfo
  14. ^ Few surprises in Bermuda squad, from Cricinfo, 13 February 2007
  15. ^ Sehwag and Pathan included in squad from Cricinfo, 12 February 2007
  16. ^ Vaas and Murali return for World Cup from Cricinfo, 12 February 2007
  17. ^ Canada call up Billcliff and Barnett, from Cricinfo, 14 February 2007
  18. ^ Cummins also played 63 ODIs for the West Indies.
  19. ^ Vaughan captains World Cup squad, from BBC Sport, 14 February 2007
  20. ^ "Broad called up for Lewis". Cricinfo. 4 April 2007. Retrieved 7 June 2007. 
  21. ^ Kenya stick with winning side, from Cricinfo, 13 February 2007
  22. ^ BLACKCAPS squad named for World Cup, from the official NZ Cricket site
  23. ^ Tuffey seals spot as World Cup bolter, from Cricinfo, 13 February 2007
  24. ^ ICC approve Martin as Tuffey's replacement, from Cricinfo, 25 March 2007
  25. ^ Vincent to miss rest of World Cup, from Cricinfo, 26 March 2007
  26. ^ Ireland name World Cup squad, from Cricinfo, 25 August 2006
  27. ^ Pakistan include Shoaib and Asif, from Cricinfo. Retrieved 11 January 2007
  28. ^ Shoaib, Asif and Gul in World Cup squad, from Cricinfo, 13 February 2007
  29. ^ Shoaib and Asif to miss World Cup, from BBC sport online, 1 March 2007
  30. ^ Knee injury forces Razzaq out of World Cup, from Cricinfo, 27 February 2007
  31. ^ Woolmer: Inzamam and Mushtaq grilled, CNN. Retrieved 4 April 2007
  32. ^ Samuels makes West Indies squad Cricinfo 15 February 2007
  33. ^ Kasteni included by Zimbabwe, Cricinfo. Retrieved 13 January 2007
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