Squads - 2007 Cricket World Cup, 2007 Cricket World Cup
Squads - 2007 Cricket World Cup
South Africa Squad (15-Feb-2007)
South Africa named their 15 man squad on 15 February 2007.
West Indies Squad (15-Feb-2007)
West Indies named their squad on 15 February 2007.
Canada Squad (14-Feb-2007)
Canada named their 15-man squad on 14 February 2007.
England Squad (14-Feb-2007)
England announced their final 15-man squad at The Oval on 14 February 2007. Jon Lewis was replaced by Stuart Broad on 4 April 2007 to enable him to attend to a personal situation.
Zimbabwe Squad (14-Feb-2007)
Zimbabwe's 15 man squad was announced on 14 February, only one player remains from the 2003 squad.
Australia Squad (13-Feb-2007)
Australia named their 15-man squad on 13 February 2007. On 23 February 2007, Brett Lee was removed from the squad due to injury and was replaced by Stuart Clark.
Netherlands Squad (13-Feb-2007)
The Netherlands named their 15-man squad on 13 February 2007. The squad was unchanged from that which was named for the World Cricket League Division One event in January 2007.
Bangladesh Squad (13-Feb-2007)
Bangladesh named their 15-man squad on 13 February 2007. Farhad Reza brought in for Tapash Baisya, 7 April.
Bermuda Squad (13-Feb-2007)
Bermuda announced their 15-man squad on 13 February 2007.
Kenya Squad (13-Feb-2007)
Kenya named their 15-man squad on 13 February 2007.
New Zealand Squad (13-Feb-2007)
New Zealand announced their 15-man squad on 13 February 2007. Daryl Tuffey was injured during the tournament; he was replaced by Chris Martin on 25 March. Lou Vincent was replaced by Hamish Marshall on 26 March.
Pakistan Squad (13-Feb-2007)
Pakistan announced final 15-man squad on 13 February 2007. Both Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Asif were included, doping case, replaced by Mohammad Sami and Yasir Arafat.
Bob Woolmer (died during WC) and Mushtaq Ahmed (acting coach)
India Squad (12-Feb-2007)
India announced their final 15-man squad on 12 February 2007.
Sri Lanka Squad (12-Feb-2007)
Sri Lanka announced their 15-man squad on 12 February 2007.
Scotland Squad (30-Aug-2006)
Scotland named their squad in August 2006, to assist the players in arranging work and training schedules. However, Glenn Rogers later came in for Omer Hussain.
Ireland Squad (24-Aug-2006)
Ireland named their squad in 24 August 2006, the first country to do so, in order to assist the players in arranging work and training schedules.