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    Group D - New Zealand, South Africa, Scotland

    New Zealand - D1
    South Africa - D2
    Scotland

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    Sat, June 6th
    New Zealand vs Scotland - The Oval

    Sun, June 7th
    RSA vs Scotland - The Oval

    Tue, June 9th
    New Zealand vs RSA - Lord's, D/N

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    Well SA vs. NZ should be interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    Well SA vs. NZ should be interesting.
    I will be at that game, actually. Really looking forward to that one.
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    1.South Africa
    2. Newzealand

    not discounting newzealand off
    but i think south Africa 'll beat newzealand


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    South Africa should win with New Zealand playing very well also. Scotland will probably die.
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    I'm picking the Kiwi's to make the final for this years 20/20 world cup, they have a very good team.

    Players like McCullum, Taylor, Ryder, Guptill, and Oram are all very good limited overs batsmen. The bowlers aren't too bad either, with the likes of Vettori, Mills who is very underrated and also Iain O'Brien.

    Can't see South Africa beating them.

    Or Scotland

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    Yeah rite but newzealand has always been an unfortunate team, loosing so many semi's
    same is with south africa also
    but it'll be hard for newzealand to reach final

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    We havent been unfortuante, we've just been **** when it matters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nz0003 View Post
    We havent been unfortuante, we've just been **** when it matters.
    Agreed, though Jayawardene played a blinder in the 07 ODI WC. Can't really see SA losing a match against either side unless Mcullum goes ballistic (possible but unlikely). Scotland to prove that they're a waste of a slot, would rather have seen Kenya in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oitoitoi View Post
    Agreed, though Jayawardene played a blinder in the 07 ODI WC. Can't really see SA losing a match against either side unless Mcullum goes ballistic (possible but unlikely). Scotland to prove that they're a waste of a slot, would rather have seen Kenya in it.

    Kenya hev been setting new lows in T20 rather than being much good at it.













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    Quote Originally Posted by oitoitoi View Post
    Agreed, though Jayawardene played a blinder in the 07 ODI WC. Can't really see SA losing a match against either side unless Mcullum goes ballistic (possible but unlikely). Scotland to prove that they're a waste of a slot, would rather have seen Kenya in it.
    not sure if Gavin Hamilton goes mad against NZ....I have seen him play some good innings.. If one such good innings come against NZ or SAF .. then Scotland will never be discounted
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    Considering how appalling they were at the recent qualifiers for the next world cup, I doubt Scotland will do too much. Gavin Hamilton seems an ulikely candidate to go beserk, he's not John Davidson.

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    The Hamilton of today is possibly the most ill-suited player to the format that has ever existed. Neil McCallum's the one to watch out for, although their bowling is miles better than their batting.

    Kenya lost to all three successful Associates in qualifying so as andruid says, it would be unlikely that they'd put up as good a fight as Scotland will.
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    The Filth have comfortably the better bowling. But the Gash have the batting. Might be quite good to watch.

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    I'm gonna go against the norm and say New Zealand to win both matches, South Africa to pwn Scotland and buck their ideas up in the Super 8's to get to the final.

    I like NZ and hope Ryder and Taylor especially have good tournaments.
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    NZ wins against India,.... great start for NZ in to this tournament

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