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Teams As Per ICC Ranking Order:
Rank 17: UAE
Rank 18: Namibia
Rank 19: Denmark
Rank 20: Oman
Rank 21: Uganda
Rank 22: Argentina
24th November: Namibia v Denmark, Wanderers
24th November: UAE v Uganda, United
24th November: Argentina v Oman, CCD
25th November: Argentina v Namibia, United
25th November: Denmark v UAE, CCD
25th November: Uganda v Oman, Wanderers
27th November: Denmark v Uganda, United
27th November: Namibia v Oman, CCD
27th November: UAE v Argentina, Wanderers
28th November: Oman v Denmark, United
28th November: UAE v Namibia, Wanderers
28th November: Uganda v Argentina, CCD
30th November: Denmark v Argentina, Wanderers
30th November: Namibia v Uganda, CCD
30th November: Oman v UAE, United
1st December: 5th place play-off
1st December: 3rd place play-off
1st December: Final
To be held in Windhoek, Namibia, 23 November - 3 December 2007
1st - 4th qualify for the 2009 ICC World Cup Qualifier, UAE
5th & 6th relegated to 2009 Global Division Three.
Who do u think will qualify?
Last edited by laksh_01; 22-10-2007 at 08:43 AM.
I reckon Denmark, Namibia and Uganda are good shouts with either UAE or Argentina with good shouts.
By the way Uganda came within 7 runs of beating Bermuda on Sunday, they are in a rich vein of form
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Namibia should have no problem coming through that one. UAE to qualify as well. I'd say Uganda and Denmark to be 3rd and 4th.
What's the point of giving Bermuda games when they're going to field a team with an average age is about 30? These guys aren't going to be around if/when Bermuda get anywhere near international standard.
Malachi Jones and Kyle Hodsoll are each 18 and the openers are 24, but everyone else is over 30 and there are five of them over 34. The ICC is just wasting money by investing in such teams.
Sreesanth said, "Next ball he was beaten and I said, 'is this the King Charles Lara? Who is this impostor, moving around nervously? I should have kept my mouth shut for the next ball - mind you, it was a length ball - Lara just pulled it over the church beyond the boundary! He is a true legend."
Well at least there is the ICC trophy in 2009 to set things straight as far as ODI status is concerned and if Bermuda don't shape up they will have to ship out and be replaced by whoever plays well enough to finish in the top 6 of tha tourney. Too bad there isn't anything similar to keep 'Test' nations on their toes while giving Non-test teams a real target to aim for.
BTW apparently Bermuda took 5 u19 players on the Africa tour
So predictions for the 2nd One Day between Bermuda & Uganda tomorrow? Here I Hail For Uganda!!! Come on Uganda U can beat them quite easily... Am sorry Bermuda not against U, but there are teams who deserve a better place then wat U do... Hope to see ya back with a perfect squad & mission!!!!
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USA have always been that sort of team.
Hope that the drafting of a new constitution will bring some real change, because things are looking pretty dire right now.
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