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    ***Official*** Womens World Cup Final Post

    They deserve an official post, don't they?

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    ahan name some indian players from the back of ur mind hehe jus kiddin ,course they deserve one
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    Quote Originally Posted by vvk
    They deserve an official post, don't they?
    There already is one for the Tournament, and now 2 more for the final!
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    geeeez do these australians have this game covered or what, the women are just following the men in the dominace in the world cricket

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    I hope at least the indian women's team will win a world cup. I've heard a lot abt the captain, her name's Mithali, averages 70 in test matches--NOT BAD

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie
    geeeez do these australians have this game covered or what, the women are just following the men in the dominace in the world cricket
    hold on there dude..india might be the ones who end up winning this tournament so u cant say they're the best as of now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by shoot_me
    hold on there dude..india might be the ones who end up winning this tournament so u cant say they're the best as of now...
    well on my recent memory australia's women beat india quite convincingly in an ODI series last november & they have looked quite invincible so if india are going to win they have got to play extremely well

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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie
    well on my recent memory australia's women beat india quite convincingly in an ODI series last november & they have looked quite invincible so if india are going to win they have got to play extremely well
    It was 4-3 last time I checked...
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    although the last 2 were dead rubbers.

    interestingly given the proliferation of short overs in the womens world cup, in the 5th ODI (which was coincidentally the 500th womens ODI) N David bowled 11 overs, thats a future quiz question i ever saw one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    It was 4-3 last time I checked...
    it was similar to australia's men in the caribbean in 2003 when australia had already won the series then WI won the last 3 games & the series result looked close but didn't reflect how convincingly australia had won. Similarly with AUS women in IND last november

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    Australia by 14 runs
    Australia by 3 wickets (0.4 overs left)
    India by 6 wickets (5.5 overs)
    Australia by 8 wickets (5.1 overs)
    Australia by 32 runs
    India by 5 wickets (1.4 overs)
    India by 88 runs

    So convincing (!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    Australia by 14 runs
    Australia by 3 wickets (0.4 overs left)
    India by 6 wickets (5.5 overs)
    Australia by 8 wickets (5.1 overs)
    Australia by 32 runs
    India by 5 wickets (1.4 overs)
    India by 88 runs

    So convincing (!)
    well not has much has the men but pretty much, the series was won by australia but then the indian women won the last 2 dead rubber games, and neil its womens cricket you dont see much one sided especially between the two major sides IND & AUS maybe convincing wasn't the correct term i would say australia won well enough then

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    That sentence doesn't make any sense... India and Australia are by no means the two major sides, it has been NZ and Australia recently, with India fast-improving. Even so, if you don't see much one-sided, then it's nothing like invincible.

    Australia 65-35 India for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup
    That sentence doesn't make any sense... India and Australia are by no means the two major sides, it has been NZ and Australia recently, with India fast-improving. Even so, if you don't see much one-sided, then it's nothing like invincible.

    Australia 65-35 India for me.

    And thats about the ratio between Aus and NZ for the last final and NZ won

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