World Cup Most Runs
Virat Kohli leads the charts as the highest run-getter of the 2023 World Cup having scored a record 711 runs at a mind-boggling average of 101.57 including three centuries. And with one more game to go, trust the former India captain to breach the 800-run mark. Kohli already holds the record for most runs in a single edition of the World Cup, going past Sachin Tendulkar's tally of 673 which the Master Blaster conjured way back in the 2003 edition. Kohli achieved this distinction and that of completing 50 ODI centuries during his knock of 117 against New Zealand in the semi-final on Wednesday. Quinton de Kock currently sits second in the list with 594 runs, followed by the New Zealand duo of Rachin Ravindra and Daryl Mitchell, but all three of their positions are under threat due to Rohit Sharma's marauding form. The India captain has set the World Cup ablaze with 550 runs and another exciting knock against Australia in the final will propel him to the second position, a rung below Kohli. David Warner and Shreyas Iyer are in contention too at No. 6 and 7 with 528 and 526 runs respectively.
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- Which team has won most World Cup matches?
Australia have played 85 World Cup matches, out of which they have won 61 and lost 21 (one match tied and 2 abandoned). In fact, they were unbeaten during the 2003 and 2007 editions.
- Should Virat Kohli open at the World Cup?
Although the option of opening with Virat Kohli at the World Cup sounds exciting, it is unlikely to happen given how the Indian team management has shaped him up for the middle order. Also, in Rohit Sharma and Shubman Gill, India's opening combination looks sorted with Ishan Kishan being another contender
- Will Jio TV telecast the World Cup?
No, the World Cup broadcasting rights are expected to be with Disney+ HotStar
- Who are the best teams at the World Cup?
India, Pakistan, Australia, England and New Zealand are some of the most well-rounded and well-oiled teams who can beat any opposition at this year's World Cup.
- When and where is India's first match in the World Cup?
India's first World Cup match is against Australia on October 8 in Chennai
- Which teams have won the World Cup
Australia have won the World Cup five times, followed by India and West Indies, twice each. England, Pakistan and Sri Lanka are the other winners who have lifted the big ICC silverware once.
- What are some unknown facts about the ICC World Cup?
The first three editions of the World Cups were played in 60-overs per-side contests. The World Cup of 1975, 1979, 1983 and 1987 were played in whites. England has hosted the most number of World Cups – 8.
- Who are the 10 cricketers with most runs at the World Cup?
The 10 top run scorers at the World Cup are Sachin Tendulkar (2278), Ricky Ponting (1743), Kumar Sangakkara (1532), Brian Lara (1225), AB de Villiers (1207), Chris Gayle (1186), Sanath Jayasuriya (1165), Jacques Kallis (1148), Shakib Al Hasan (1146) and Tillakaratne Dilshan (1112)
- Can Virat Kohli's batting be trusted in the World Cup 2023?
Virat Kohli has been in fine form lately, and with the World Cup 2023 taking place in India, expect the former captain to burn up the charts
- Who will win the Cricket world cup this year?
India, England and Australia are the joint hot favourites to win the World Cup for different reasons. India will be the pick of many as they are set to compete for the ultimate prize in cricket on their home soil. Meanwhile, England are the defending champions and are riding on the high of winning last year's T20 World Cup as well. Lastly, Australia are the most successful World Cup team of all time having lifted the trophy a record five times. Hence, no reason why they can’t do it again.
- What is the overall review of the World Cup?
The World Cup has been an extremely successful tournament and lived up to its hype as the biggest cricket series in the world. What makes the tournament even more exciting is that unlike T20 World Cups, this one is a rare event, taking place once every four years. Despite there being questions raised about the future of the 50-over World Cup given some of the rules of one-day internationals, the 2023 World Cup could just be the magic potion ODIs require to survive.