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Most Consecutive Wins In ODI World Cup

Here, we are going through the most consecutive wins in ODI World Cup history.  Australia holds the record for most consecutive wins in Cricket World Cup history. Between 1999 and 2011, Australia won 27 consecutive ODI World Cup matches.

Sandipan Ghosh
Last updated: 19.11.2023
Most Consecutive Wins In ODI World Cup

To win a big and prestigious tournament like the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, consistent performance is crucial for the team. 

Here, we are going through the most consecutive wins in ODI World Cup history.  

NOTE: All the stats updated as of November 16, 2023


Q. Who has the longest winning streak in the ODI World Cup?

A. Australia strongly holds the record for most consecutive wins in the Cricket World Cup history. Between 1999 and 2011, Australia won 27 consecutive ODI World Cup matches, where they also won three World Cup trophies (1999, 2003 and 2007).

ODI World Cup: Most consecutive wins


Team

Matches won

Timeline

Australia

27*1

1999-2011

India

11

2011-2015

India

10

2023-Present

West Indies

9

1975-1979

(*1 This series includes wins after a no result against Sri Lanka in 2011)

Q. Who has the longest winning streak in a single edition of the ODI World Cup?

A. Australia have the longest winning streak in a single edition of the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup, as they won 11 matches twice in the 2003 and 2007 editions.

ODI World Cup: Most consecutive wins in a single edition


Year

Team

Matches won

2003

Australia

11

2007

Australia

11

2023

India

10

1992

New Zealand

8

2003

India

8

2015

India

8

2015

New Zealand

8

2023

Australia

8

 

Q. Has any team won the Cricket World Cup unbeaten?

A. In the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup (ODI World Cup) history, five champions were unbeaten. While West Indies recorded it twice in 1975 and 1979, Sri Lanka were the next in 1996, and Australia also celebrated it twice in 2003 and 2007.

ODI World Cup: Unbeaten Champions


Year

Champions

Matches won

1975

West Indies

5

1979

West Indies

4

1996

Sri Lanka

6*2

2003

Australia

11

2007

Australia

11

(*2 Excluding Sri Lanka’s group stage points from two forfeited games against Australia and West Indies)


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