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Thread: 14th Match - Australia v Pakistan (25th March)

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    14th Match - Australia v Pakistan (25th March)

    Discussion surrounding the 14th Match of the World Cup between Australia and Pakistan (Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali, Chandigarh).

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    Never thought I'd say this but get Finch in

    Cant/wont drop Smith so it's either MM or the Finisher for the chop

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    Smith vs Amir.

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    In Nagpur, the only way Pakistan can beat Australia is through a trial by spin. At the moment, Afridi isn't really giving enough overs to spinners. Afridi+Imad+Shoaib need to bowl 10 overs. Amir and co. can surely trouble the Aussies but they can't win the match by themselves because Australians are good players of pace and Nagpur will probably present a crumbling pitch.
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    Loser here is out, I think.
    What if all the switches get stuck on 'destroy'?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    Loser here is out, I think.
    Pakistan could still go through with a win
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    Aggressive top order followed by the two best players of spin followed by two hard hitters. Best line up they can conjure from that squad
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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    Loser here is out, I think.
    Pakistan are out if they lose. Australia could lose and still have a chance against India.
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    Quote Originally Posted by weldone View Post
    In Nagpur, the only way Pakistan can beat Australia is through a trial by spin. At the moment, Afridi isn't really giving enough overs to spinners. Afridi+Imad+Shoaib need to bowl 10 overs. Amir and co. can surely trouble the Aussies but they can't win the match by themselves because Australians are good players of pace and Nagpur will probably present a crumbling pitch.
    Yeah but this game is in Mohali, the same ground as the NZ game.
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    Ah right SA vs WI is in Nagpur. Mohali will give more advantage to Australia.

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    both teams not that great at T20

    Australia the obvious favorites thanks to having a tiny brain and some spine which pakistan completely lack
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    Come on Pak...lose and let Aus have a better chance over India.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weldone View Post
    Ah right SA vs WI is in Nagpur. Mohali will give more advantage to Australia.
    I obviously didn't follow this tournament very closely so what were the games played over there?Flatter pitch would definitely help Aust who has much stronger batting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gob View Post
    I obviously didn't follow this tournament very closely so what were the games played over there?Flatter pitch would definitely help Aust who has much stronger batting
    Pakistan's last match was in Mohali. That pitch is flatter than Nagpur. First 3-4 overs from Amir and Sami may pose some threat but that's about it.

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    its in Mohali not Nagpur

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