Barbados has given the world some of the finest cricketers ever but now it is time to see some cricket, writes Atreyo Mukhopadhyay.
This World Cup will be remembered for too many reasons other than cricket, says Barry Richards.
Like Lanka, the Kiwis have a balanced team that is well suited to the Caribbean conditions, says Tom Moody.
In the shadowy, subterranean world of Indian cricket, plot and counter plot have traditionally been the order of the day, writes Kadambari Murali.
The Champion of Champions needs to pen an inspiring Calypso for the Boys in Blue, writes Aasheesh Sharma.
The Kiwis suddenly find themselves in trouble and even the Windies may stand a chance, writes Atul Sondhi.
Lara’s absence will have a telling effect on WI cricket lovers for he is synonymous with West Indian cricket, writes Javagal Srinath.
The numerous serious controversies haven’t camouflaged the PR disaster that is the 2007 World Cup, writes Ian Chappell.
One-day cricket is believed to be a batsman’s game, and this edition of the World Cup reiterated that belief, writes Aakash Chopra.
Right now, only Jaffer looks the sure bet for Tests with Gambhir, Chopra and Uthappa looking for a break in, writes Atul Sondhi.
Venkatesh Prasad's appointment as the team's bowling coach is a welcome recognition of his abilities, writes Javagal Srinath.
For all practical purposes, the Oz tie at St Lucia will be their final, writes Barry Richards.
It is necessary to instill cohesion, professionalism and discipline in the West Indies team to get better results, writes Viv Richards.
The last few games of the Super Eights have lost their fizz as the line-up for the semifinals is confirmed, writes Javagal Srinath.
In the meantime, comes the news that Chappell is going to head the Australian Cricket Academy. If true, then it could be the best thing that has happened for world cricket. Now even Ireland has a chance of beating Australia sooner than later, writes Sunil Gavaskar.