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    **Official** Chappell-Hadlee Series

    16 Feb 2007 New Zealand Australia Westpac Stadium
    18 Feb 2007 New Zealand Australia Eden Park
    20 Feb 2007 New Zealand Australia Seddon Park

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    I see that Ponting and Gilchrist are being rested rather than crossing the ditch... Hussey to captain with Clarke as VC.
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    how come aussies play so many ODIS?


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    we don't, probably comparable to most teams and less than India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, I'd have said off the top of my head. We've just got a stack run together at the moment, which probably makes sense running into the world cup.

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    Don't know why we keep persisting with Brad Hodge. Fair enough, the guy got 99 the other day, but he averages 22 after 9 games. I really hope Haddin makes big runs in this series and we see the end of Hodge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Wright View Post
    Don't know why we keep persisting with Brad Hodge. Fair enough, the guy got 99 the other day, but he averages 22 after 9 games. I really hope Haddin makes big runs in this series and we see the end of Hodge.
    To be fair, he was out to an absolute shocker today. So far this series he's failed twice, was brilliant last Sunday and he wasn't looking too shabby for the short time he was out there this afternoon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Wright View Post
    Don't know why we keep persisting with Brad Hodge. Fair enough, the guy got 99 the other day, but he averages 22 after 9 games. I really hope Haddin makes big runs in this series and we see the end of Hodge.
    The WC squad is picked before this series is played, so the performances in it will be inconsequential. Quite stupid really - I can just imagine Voges getting man of the series and then not going to the World Cup.
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    I'm not sure I understand why a sore back is keeping Ponting out of this series when he's fine to make 75 in the first final of the CB Series today.

    Oh well, not complaining at all.

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    NZ to Beat Australia 3-0 in Chappell Hadlee .

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    Quote Originally Posted by JASON View Post
    NZ to Beat Australia 3-0 in Chappell Hadlee .
    Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_ View Post
    I'm not sure I understand why a sore back is keeping Ponting out of this series when he's fine to make 75 in the first final of the CB Series today.

    Oh well, not complaining at all.
    The guy probably deserves a break anyway and with regards to said "sore back" is the same thing that happens with the England football (soccer) team with a friendly. How a player drops out with a injury but will start for his club the next weekend and play the whole 90 minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JASON View Post
    NZ to Beat Australia 3-0 in Chappell Hadlee .
    Actually not as ridiculous as it sounds. The media reaction here to our being knocked out of the CB Series has been brutal and I expect (or maybe desperately hope might be a better description) that it will fire up the team and particularly Stephen Fleming, who has copped the worst of it, and inspire them to silence some of the critics against an Australian team that will probably consider the series slightly less important than the NZers will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_ View Post
    Actually not as ridiculous as it sounds. The media reaction here to our being knocked out of the CB Series has been brutal and I expect (or maybe desperately hope might be a better description) that it will fire up the team and particularly Stephen Fleming, who has copped the worst of it, and inspire them to silence some of the critics against an Australian team that will probably consider the series slightly less important than the NZers will.
    Isn't that typical of the New Zealand media (sorry if I am wrong Voltman since this is your living), I mean I remember when the All Blacks lost five Tests in a row in 1998 and IIRC the economy might have been going down but the AB's losing seemed like a national crisis and how all older players were instantly useless and any players who overseas was only interested in money etc etc. Well that's their livelihood so they have to earn as much as possible for their families so things will be a lot easier latter on in life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _Ed_ View Post
    Actually not as ridiculous as it sounds. The media reaction here to our being knocked out of the CB Series has been brutal and I expect (or maybe desperately hope might be a better description) that it will fire up the team and particularly Stephen Fleming, who has copped the worst of it, and inspire them to silence some of the critics against an Australian team that will probably consider the series slightly less important than the NZers will.
    If New Zealand could beat Australia 3-0 just by firing up, don't you think they'd do it more often?

    I'm expecting 2-1 to Australia. 2-1 to NZ wouldn't shock me in the slightest, but 3-0 certainly would.

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