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Thread: 1st June - Group A - England v Bangladesh

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    1st June - Group A - England v Bangladesh

    Thu Jun 1 (50 ovs) 10:30 local (09:30 GMT | 19:30 AEST | 19:00 ACST | 17:30 AWST)

    Group A - England v Bangladesh
    Kennington Oval, London

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    Which idiot voted for Bangladesh?
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    Oh you're going to last here.

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    His name is zorax
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    Quote Originally Posted by Firebreaker View Post
    Which idiot voted for Bangladesh?
    You can listen to him on the CW Podcast.
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    I take Bangladesh for this match..The rivalry is intense. BD have had the better of the English over the past 6-7 matches. I expect to see a commanding win by BD.

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    It will definitely be a great start to the tournament if Bangladesh wins this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyCowCorner1 View Post
    I take Bangladesh for this match..The rivalry is intense. BD have had the better of the English over the past 6-7 matches. I expect to see a commanding win by BD.
    Both parties need to be interested for there to be an intense rivalry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Both parties need to be interested for there to be an intense rivalry.
    What makes you think that Bangladesh isn't interested?

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    What makes you think England is?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    What makes you think England is?
    Yeah going by the World Cup record, I hope they aren't
    "This is a clash of strategy. And of methods, culture and politics. This is a new-era rivalry. Not as ancient as the Ashes, or as passionate as India-Pakistan. Two countries that are so different, yet share rampant egotism, high self-opinion and a belief that being born in their country is superior to other births. This brings together a belligerent bunch of brats, bullies and braggers."- Jarrod Kimber

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    You need more than an upset win along the way to create a rivalry. Otherwise you'd say Australia has a big ODI rivalry with Bangladesh and has since 2005. But it doesn't.

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    Agreed. Let England at least win a World Cup game against Bangladesh instead of meaningless bilateral ODIs and then we can talk about a rivalry

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillyCowCorner1 View Post
    I take Bangladesh for this match..The rivalry is intense. BD have had the better of the English over the past 6-7 matches. I expect to see a commanding win by BD.
    Not in England they haven't.

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    I'd like to see Bangladesh become a huge draw card across the cricketing world, but going by average life expectancy in this country I only have bout 38 years left, so I can't see it happening.

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