After the Ashes debacle, three consecutive winner of World Cup trophy, Australia will once again eye for the fourth feather in their cap.

They have won four trophies of 1987, 1999, 2003, and 2007 respectively.

They have won 51 matches against just 17 losses in the tournament history.

Ricky Ponting, the charioteer of the Kangroo force will aim to maintain the same journey.

After a long lay-off due to injuries, strike bowler Brett Lee is back. They also have players like Cameron White, Mike Hussey and Shaun Tait who can change the course of a match any time.

Australia are in Group A along with Pakistan, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, Canada and Kenya. Critics might say that the Aussies look weaker this time but you cannot discount them, at least their record in the Cup.