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    Zimbabwes line up vs australia

    Will be interesting,thats our next outing in september.
    We can afford to rest players and send a weakened team and still hugely win.
    Interested in zimbabwe's line up then no sibanda no ireland.

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    September is still a while away, that is if Australia do actually go.
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    Well I'd expect that the team would be forced to go, considering they went last time. Actually I'd probably see any attempt to back out at this time as an excuse for not wasting one's time with a team so dire.
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    I certainly hope they dont go, DFAT is looking at ways that they will be able to get out of it apparently.
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    Zimbabwe ruin the cricket schedule.

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    Is this just an ODI tour, or have tests been scheduled too? What a pointless farce the latter would be. Mind you, the former is hardly less so.

    Time for the ICC to grow a spine & exclude Zimbabwe until there's less political interference in cricket. Probably only happen when mad Uncle Bob pops his clogs tho.
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    No tests just 3 one dayers.
    Still i am sure we will get coverage on fox,and a zimbabwe team will assemble for the one dayers,probably missing a few from the world cup side who have left.

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    The Club i play for, our overseas player from last season has been offered a place in the Zim team for this summer, was gonna go WC but was injured.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Time for the ICC to grow a spine & exclude Zimbabwe until there's less political interference in cricket. Probably only happen when mad Uncle Bob pops his clogs tho.
    No point hoping for it now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brockley View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoppy1987 View Post
    The Club i play for, our overseas player from last season has been offered a place in the Zim team for this summer, was gonna go WC but was injured.
    Out of interest who was/is that?

    Hopefully they won't go, I can't say I'll bother to watch too much.
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    *Bump* in the hope you get your question answered.

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