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Thread: 11th June - Group B - India v South Africa

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    11th June - Group B - India v South Africa

    Sun Jun 11 (50 ovs) 10:30 local (09:30 GMT | 19:30 AEST | 19:00 ACST | 17:30 AWST)

    Group B - India v South Africa
    Kennington Oval, London

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    This will be so good. Rabada to run through the Indian line up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by harsh.ag View Post
    This will be so good. Rabada to run through the Indian line up.
    Agree, after QDK scores a double...
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    Australia should win this comfortably.
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    Amla to choke as usual..

    India will win it as it is an ICC tournament.

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    Going to this one
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    Got tickets for this one, very excited. Getting to see the likes of QDK, Rabada and ABDV is pretty special. Please don't rain.
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    Should be a fun game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burr View Post
    Got tickets for this one, very excited. Getting to see the likes of QDK, Rabada and ABDV is pretty special. Please don't rain.
    Not a fan of the Indian team, I suppose

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    Or maybe burr might have already seen them in action...
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    Quote Originally Posted by CricAddict View Post
    Not a fan of the Indian team, I suppose
    Yes, it's a strange one. They're a gun team India but they're not really packed with marquee players a neutral would pay to see (or me at least), except Kohli. They all just meld into each other. In the ODI arena that is.

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    SA haven't won in ICC tournaments against India since 2011 WC. Lost in 2012,13,14,15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burr View Post
    Yes, it's a strange one. They're a gun team India but they're not really packed with marquee players a neutral would pay to see (or me at least), except Kohli. They all just meld into each other. In the ODI arena that is.
    Rohit looks pretty good when he is on song (Number of times he is on song is of course a different thing)

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    Quote Originally Posted by burr View Post
    Yes, it's a strange one. They're a gun team India but they're not really packed with marquee players a neutral would pay to see (or me at least), except Kohli. They all just meld into each other. In the ODI arena that is.

    I won't say that.. Rohit already has records that no other ODI opener has. Yuvraj on song in a LO game is one of the sexiest sights in all of cricket. And MSD is amongst the greatest ODI batsmen of all time. And his faster than light stumpings can be awesome to watch too. I agree our bowling is not flash and our batting is not as packed with guns as it used to be, but I still think you are underselling this current lot a bit.

    Add Jadeja in the field to the list. He is just phenomenal. You have to be at the ground to appreciate how good his anticipation is and how quick he is across the turf and how powerful his arm is. He is almost a left hand version of Symonds in the field.
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    Not expecting much tomorrow. The weather is fine so just hoping it's a corker of a game.
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