[image=http://www.worldwideticketing.com/images/3545_320.jpg] Every four years, the cricketing world gathers together to compete for the holy grail - the Cricket World Cup. The culmination of years of preparation, the World cup necer fails to produce exciting matches, wonderful performances, upsets and controversy. This years World Cup is to be held in the West Indies. Previously, the Cup has been held all over the globe. World Cup History 1975 in England - Winner: West Indies 1979 in England - Winner: West Indies 1983 in England - Winner: India 1987 in the Subcontinent - Winner: Australia 1991/2 in Australia/New Zealand - Winner: Pakistan 1996 in the Subcontinent - Winner: Sri Lanka 1999 in England - Winner: Australia 2003 in Africa - Winner: Australia This cup promises to be an exciting one, with mny questions waiting to be answered - Will Australia, suffering a form slump and injuries, win an unprecedented fourth World cup and third in a row? - Will South Africa, now Number 1 in the world, finally realise their potential, or will they choke under pressure again? - Will the West Indies, after years of sub-par performances, reassert their power by winning in their own back yard? - Will England and New Zealand, on highs after excellent performances against Australia, continue their winning ways? - Will it be a team from the Sub continent, despite internal strife, who takes the trophy home? The World Cup begins on the 13th of March and will conclude with the final on April 28th in Barbados. Only time will tell who will be there on that last day.