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Thread: 15th Match - South Africa v West Indies (25th March)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stapel View Post
    Though it seems applaudable by De Kock to still be out there, consuming a third of all balls available at a run-a-ball, is never ever a good thing in T20.
    Tough to be hard on him. Guess the next5 overs will define his innings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LightningStrike View Post
    As England showed against Afghanistan. You only need 12 balls to completely change the game.

    Plenty of time yet.
    As you said, that was against Afghanistan. I can't see that happening here, when, for instance, Badree is given the ball again.
    Madness. Exhilarating. Magical. Netherlands have crossed the line in an unbelievable 13.5 overs.
    It's like watching a Gayle from each end. And when one Gayle gets out.. Another Gayle comes in...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    True, a Duffer "heh" is like 50 likes.

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    Huge wicket, good knock from De Kock given the circumstances. Run a ball when rest of top 6 scored 21 combined can't be criticised.


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    Big moment. De Kock capable of fireworks if he was still there to the end.

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    Credit to de kock for at least carrying this to the twentieth over. We should realistically art least bat this out.

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    130 should be target, and that whilst below par is at least defendable

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    Windies pulling this off would be perfect for England. They could get through even if they lose.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 91Jmay View Post
    130 should be target, and that whilst below par is at least defendable
    NZ defending 130 by a distance against India comes to mind. Not sure we've seen much danger in the wicket but so many getting out bowled to spinners says it can't be easy

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    Catch that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    NZ defending 130 by a distance against India comes to mind. Not sure we've seen much danger in the wicket but so many getting out bowled to spinners says it can't be easy
    Yeah, the groundsman has clearly left some more grass on this one though. Less demons in pitch and ball coming onto bat as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    Windies pulling this off would be perfect for England. They could get through even if they lose.
    Very hard to see that given net run rates as far as I can see. Would require SA to beat SL. But SA would surely have a better nrr than England in that case and go through.

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    Rabada is better with the bat then Phangiso isn't he?

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    These slower balls were pretty much perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by theegyptian View Post
    Very hard to see that given net run rates as far as I can see. Would require SA to beat SL. But SA would surely have a better nrr than England in that case and go through.
    A Gayle storm would ruin SA's nrr, not?

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