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India has never won a match against South Africa in 50 overs ODI world cup event

Indian Cricket team has good ODI world cup stats against all teams. It has won all matches against rivals Pakistan in all formats of world cup events. But, India has played three times against South Africa and never registered a win against South Africa in ODI world cup event from 10 world cups (1975-2011). India has lost the match against South Africa in 2011 in which it lifted the world cup after 28 years. India has beaten South Africa of 2007 T20 world cup in which India won a world cup. India and South Africa are placed in same pool of Cricket World Cup 2015 and take on each other on February 22 of this month.

Team India Statistics at ODI World cup

India World Cup Statistics

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