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1. Where was the 1987 World Cup held?
2. Matches were played with how many overs for each side?
3. Which team won the competition?
4. Who were the beaten finalists?
5. Which West Indian made the highest score in the tournament?
6. In the opening match Australia beat which team by just one run?
7. One captain unexpectedly dismissed his opposite number in the final. Who were the two players?
8. What feat was achieved for the first time in World Cup history by Chetan Sharma?
9. Which Englishman was the leading run scorer in the tournament?
10. Mike Gatting was dismissed in the final playing which infamous shot?
11. Which team posted the highest score of the tournament, 360 for 4 against Sri Lanka?
12. Which Australian was the leading wicket taker in the competition?
13. England played 2 specialist spinners in the final. Who were they?
14. Who was Australia's wicket-keeper at the 1987 World Cup?
15. Which city hosted the final of the 1987 World Cup?
16. Which England all rounder was smashed for 83 runs from 10 wicketless overs against the West Indies?
17. Which Australian batsman won three man of the match awards?
18. Two West Indian born players played for England in the 1987 World Cup final, who were they?
19. Two Australians who played in the 1987 World Cup also went on to play in the 1999 event. Who were they?
20. What was the winning margin in the final?