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    Group A - Pakistan, Australia, Bangladesh

    Discussion around Group A involving Pakistan, Australia, Bangladesh

    Schedule

    Sat May 1
    Bangladesh v Pakistan
    Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia

    Sun May 2
    Australia v Pakistan
    Beausejour Stadium, Gros Islet, St Lucia

    Wed May 5
    Australia v Bangladesh
    Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados

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    Its a good start. B Tigers easy have it to beat current Pak team at any level.

    Are the WI pitches similar to that of Subcontinental pitches?
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    I'd like to see Australia do something at a world t20 competition for once, and it looks like this is the group to do it in. That being said, Bangers surely aren't slouching recently and having Afridi captaining Pakistan after seeing him work his magic first hand playing for the Redbacks, this will be fun to watch.

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    Certainly a very closely matched group this. Unless Pakistan does WC2007 Ireland game again...lol


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    Na in T20 you can be outmatched by the lesser teams if a player like Tamim hits a 70.
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    ^ Thats what i mean actually when i said closely matched. Anything is possible. And Bangladesh is probably just as capable as Pakistan or Australia in this format.

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    ^ Thats what i mean actually when i said closely matched. Anything is possible. And Bangladesh is probably just as capable as Pakistan or Australia in this format.
    Err no. Not even close.

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    Only if Rasel and Mortaza are Match Fit and are bowling i rhythem, than I'd be more than willing to believe in one of the top 6 getting lucky and making a big score

    Projected XI

    would be

    1. Tamim
    2. Ashraful
    3. Mahmudullah
    4. Shakib
    5. Musfiqur
    6. Aftab
    7 Naeem
    8 Mortaza
    9. Razzak
    10. Rasel
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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    Na in T20 you can be outmatched by the lesser teams if a player like Tamim hits a 70.
    Seeing less and less of this recently though, couple of top knocks on losing sides in the IPL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    Seeing less and less of this recently though, couple of top knocks on losing sides in the IPL.
    Yeah I suppose good support is becoming vital ala Tendulkar's knock with Harby's later cameo. Bangladesh still perfectly capable of having about 5 players stand up and do something special. All you need in this form of the game (as long as the other players don't all get 0(10) and 4-0-48-0 type figures)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    Yeah I suppose good support is becoming vital ala Tendulkar's knock with Harby's later cameo. Bangladesh still perfectly capable of having about 5 players stand up and do something special. All you need in this form of the game (as long as the other players don't all get 0(10) and 4-0-48-0 type figures)
    This.

    Regardless of what the case might be with the players, Bangladesh has every capability to do something special.

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    pakistan team for t20 2010.
    Shahid Afridi (C).
    Salman Butt.
    Mohammad Hafeez.
    Khalid Latif.
    Misbah-ul-Haq.
    Fawad Alam.
    Umar Akmal.
    Abdul Razzaq.
    Yasir Arafat.
    Hammad Azam.
    Kamran Akmal (WK).
    Umar Gul.
    Mohammad Asif.
    Mohammad Aamer.
    Saeed Ajmal.
    Reserves:

    Shahzaib Hasan.

    Mohammad Sami.

    Raza Hasan.

    Naveed Yasin.

    Sarfraz Ahmed (Wicket Keeper).

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    Gul is a big loss. Can't believe it. I didn't like Arafat anyways. He is just milking the cow now...

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    Brett Lee's apparently been injured in the warm up vs Zimbabwe and is on his way home.

    Thank God, surely Dougy will replace him. Dougeh.

    Now we just need an injury to Clarke.

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