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    Sibanda brings out a big, expansive drive to a full one.

    & misses. Morkel cleans him up. 2/1. Taylor to the crease.
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    They can't get bat on ball atm, pretty embarrassing.

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    Yeah, really stinking out the joint here, Zimbabwe.

    Good, disciplined stuff from Morne & Steyn tho.

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    Hardly a bumper crowd, is it? Almost more people on the field than in the stands from the shots I've seen.


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    Oh great. No upsets in the first round of games, so far. That means the early upset will be Bangladesh beating NZ.
    I blame Afghanistan.

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    Huh. Kallis suddenly on a hat-trick. Plumbest LBW ever, quite possibly.

    EDIT: Not the worst hat-trick ball you'll see either; 85mph and tailing in, but Cremer good enough to keep it out.
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    My word, Heath Streak's got into his pies in a big way since he hung his bowling spikes up, hasn't he?

    Ervine holding this together.

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    A fourth for Kallis. Perfectly directed bouncer that cramps Ervine for room as he tried to lob it over de Villiers.

    4/8 from three overs now. Might just make a cricketer, the boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    4/8 from three overs now. Might just make a cricketer, the boy.
    He's got potential. Could do with losing a few pounds, though.

    Very disappointing from Zim.

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    Ha, Sibanda shells Hamish at backward point with 6 needed.

    Fitting, somehow. Worst game ever.

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    They never had a prayer of going through from this group or even of causing an upset, but it was important for the Zim boys to compete and give a good account of themselves. Failing to make 100 in either game, it's hard to say that they have - and they'll be out before England, Bangladesh, Pakistan and New Zealand have played a match.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Mpofu out for Price (and quite right too) and yer Saffers prefer some random (Farhaan Behardien, ftr; never seen the boy play) to Ontong & du Plessis.
    For now, he will have to remain mysterious. 50 to Levi, scores level.

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    Fireworks scarcely justified tbh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scaly piscine View Post
    Kallis loves playing against minnows doesn't he?
    Sure does

    Would've bet good money on him scoring a ton against the Poms this year but no-one would take my cash

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