Overview for The Penguin India 2003 World Cup Cricket Companion
The Penguin India 2003 World Cup Cricket Companion is the ultimate companion to the forthcoming World Cup cricket tournament to be held in South Africa. It contains an overview of the seven previous World Cups, with brief scorecards for each World Cup match ever played, write-ups on the highlights of each World Cup, and a statistical survey of the history of World Cup cricket. Looking ahead to the 2003 World Cup, it provides complete team profiles of all fourteen participating teams, individual career and World Cup statistics of each cricketer playing in the 2003 Cup, a full listing of venues, umpires and playing conditions, and the complete World Cup itinerary along with blank scorecards to be filled in as the tournament progresses. There is a special section on the composition and strengths of the Indian team, its bravura performance in the recently concluded ICC Champions Trophy and its chances in the World Cup. Comprehensive in scope, full of match- and player-related statistics, and augmented by interviews with several cricketing luminaries, this is the perfect companion to have by your side during the 2003 World Cup, and on your shelf thereafter as a volume of ready reference.
Qaiser Mohammed Ali (Author)
Qaiser Mohammad Ali is a Delhi-based sports editor and writer.