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cricket World Cup finals

cricket World Cup finals

Year

Venue

Winners

Runners-up

Margin

1983

Lord's

India

West Indies

43 runs

1987

Calcutta

Australia

England

7 runs

1992

Melbourne

Pakistan

England

22 runs

1996

Lahore

Sri Lanka

Australia

7 wkts

1999

Lord's

Australia

Pakistan

8 wkts

2003

Jo'berg

Australia

India

125 runs


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