Would be nice if SA can win it......
i hope for SA vs WI final ...both teams have been good so far and they have not won a major trophy for a long time ...
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South Africa to this point have played the best cricket and would be the most deserving winners. Sri Lanka are who I would like to win it, partly because I like a lot their team and partly because of the trauma their country has/is been going through these last months and it would be nice if their supporters could get some small consolation by lifting the trophy.
I want South Africa to win and hope that they don't add to their list of chokes. Kallis has proven his point of being a quality T20 player like I knew he would and the team is really strong. The West Indies and Pakistan are dark horses. It will be good in way whichever team wins - South Africa winning would mean the best team has won the cup, Lanka and Pakistan winning will mean they have some thing to celebrate, Windies winning could give a new lease of life to cricket in the islands in their own small way. So I don't mind any of the teams winning, just looking forward to some good cricket.
one of them cheated in this very tournament and the other has two chuckers, malinga and murali.
by the way, i am glad that india is out of the tournament but really sad that england is out as well. perhaps they should have replaced shaw with napier and they should seriously look for a replacement for bopara. honestly, he is a liability with anchor players like pieterson and colly in the side. perhaps another big hitter would be good
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Malinga, however, is another matter. Do you not find it odd that no serious cricket commentator or writer has questioned his action?
Seriously, next time you're out in the garden, try emulating his action with a straight arm. You'll find that you're pinging the ball all over the place. Now try it with a bent/bending elbow. You'll have no chance -- that slingy action just does not lend itself to a bent arm, at any kind of pace.
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