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    Quote Originally Posted by JASON
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    Only want to talk of things that go your way and not the ones that should have gone the other way, then...
    Ponting didnt think he caught it so stood his ground

    Umpires didnt think he caught it so gave it not out

    Jayawardene, on seeing the replay, admitted it wasnt out and apologised to Ponting

    All of this helps you in what way exactly?

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    Interesting that fireworks are on here as well, just coming from India visit to Pakistan sticky.

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    As long as Pak and India keep playing matches with each other, there will be plenty of fireworks!!

    I juts hope India win this match too, winning a WC must be dreams for our teen players, beating pakistan is a dream for WHOLE OF INDIA

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    Before it was much more of a deal, now with India playing Pakistan much more frequently, I reallly dont think its as important as your making it out to be. Especially with the Under-19 side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vic_orthdox
    We were outclassed, no doubt.

    Whoever wins the toss will probably win the final.

    Not sure if the commentators picked it up, but Finch smashed his LBW. Once we lost him and Warner so quickly, 'twas game over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by need4speed
    Pakistan batting is too weak to chase anything more than 200 against Aussie bowling attack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sheerindianspeed
    Pakistan have a weak batting lineup and India's opening pair of pacers are simply awesome, as such i don't think it will be a close contest.

    Though i sincerely hopes that the Pak juniors does better than their seniors!
    Riiiiight, and you completely ignored the fact that Pakistan's pacers are among the best in the tournament.
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    As for the Plates, Nepal have won the plate championship this time making chaminda_00 the winners in the avartar challenge.

    Nepal, beat New Zealand by 1 wicket with 2 balls to spare in a match which was yet another thriller involving a non-test team and a test team, but this time with a different result.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vic_orthdox
    We were outclassed, no doubt.

    Whoever wins the toss will probably win the final.

    Not sure if the commentators picked it up, but Finch smashed his LBW. Once we lost him and Warner so quickly, 'twas game over.

    Just want to thank the CW community for their support, even in the face of my catching ability. It's been fun. Thanks guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vic_orthdox
    We were outclassed, no doubt.

    Whoever wins the toss will probably win the final.

    Not sure if the commentators picked it up, but Finch smashed his LBW. Once we lost him and Warner so quickly, 'twas game over.

    Just want to thank the CW community for their support, even in the face of my catching ability. It's been fun. Thanks guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by danish
    Riiiiight, and you completely ignored the fact that Pakistan's pacers are among the best in the tournament.
    Or maybe Indians were the best, the pair or Ahmad and Yom are suppose to be the fastest in the tour, i think they will rock Pakistan batting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vandemataram
    Or maybe Indians were the best, the pair or Ahmad and Yom are suppose to be the fastest in the tour, i think they will rock Pakistan batting.
    Do you have difficulty reading? Did I not say Pakistan's pacers are among the top bowlers in the tournament? And just because a team has fast bowlers, it does not mean that they are the best in the in world as you well know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danish
    Do you have difficulty reading? Did I not say Pakistan's pacers are among the top bowlers in the tournament? And just because a team has fast bowlers, it does not mean that they are the best in the in world as you well know.
    The so called mighty Pak attack will be tested tomorrow.

    If Pak lose the toss they lose the match right away.

    If India lose the toss then they will have 60 percent chances of winning the title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vandemataram
    The so called mighty Pak attack will be tested tomorrow.

    If Pak lose the toss they lose the match right away.

    If India lose the toss then they will have 60 percent chances of winning the title.
    And why is that? Both teams go into the final with an equal chance and Pakistan are not the underdogs as you make them out to be. May I remind you that they are the current U-19 champions.
    This is a world cup final and both teams deserve to be in it, as they both comprehensively beat their opponents in the semis.

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