Perth, March 6: India bowled out their opposition for less than 200 runs in three consecutive matches in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. While they got South Africa all out for 177 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in their second match and won by 130 runs, they skittled out the United Arab Emirates for 102 at the WACA Ground in Perth in their third match. The Indians then bowled out the West Indies for 182, again at the WACA, on Friday.
The last time a team had scored over 200 runs against India in a World Cup match was on February 15 when Pakistan scored 224 and lost by 76 runs. India have won all their three matches played at the World Cup so far and a win over the Caribbeans will secure a place for them in the quarter finals.