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    Australia regain top spot


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    Deservedly so.
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    the aussies deserve it for now...
    its great that the top 4 teams in the rankings will most likely be the teams playing in the semi finals of the world cup.

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    Always likely to happen IMO, was just a matter of time.
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    Really happy for Punter and his boys, the Aussies were a hurt pretty badly by all the criticism and they recent slide in form.


    They have made a solid comeback and silenced their critics in the best possible manner, who btw thought they were finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pup11 View Post
    who btw thought they were finished.
    I doubt that anyone actually though they were finished.
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    Was a joke in the first place

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    Quote Originally Posted by chopper6 View Post
    Was a joke in the first place
    Not really - it's just pointless at all, TBH.

    There's no sense in a big official ranking system other than to make a bit more money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chopper6 View Post
    Was a joke in the first place
    Hardly, South Africa had been going great in ODI's while Australia lost a few games to the lowly ranked England in the CB series and then went down 3-0 to New Zealand. Still, like Richard said the whole system is pretty useless.



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