View Poll Results: Which 4 countries do you think will make the cut?

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  • Afghanistan

    18 25.35%
  • Bermuda

    8 11.27%
  • Canada

    25 35.21%
  • Denmark

    5 7.04%
  • Ireland

    62 87.32%
  • Kenya

    53 74.65%
  • Namibia

    18 25.35%
  • Netherlands

    47 66.20%
  • Oman

    4 5.63%
  • Scotland

    32 45.07%
  • U.A.E

    5 7.04%
  • Uganda

    5 7.04%
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    S Dhaniram c Smits b Schiferli 33 (61 balls, 1x4, 1x6) SR: 54.10
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    come on boys make it 180 all out!

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    N O'Brien c Ngoche b Tikolo 59 (71 balls, 6x4, 0x6) SR: 83.10
    Partnership of 61 in 73 balls

    About time.

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    199/6 after 49

    dire if you ask me.


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    11:28 AM And beaten all ends up by the wrong 'un
    A White lbw b Viraiya 25 (45 balls, 0x4, 0x6) SR: 55.56
    Partnership of 11 in 20 balls


    Since when does an off spinner bowl a wrong un? I thought it was a leg spinners ball.

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    None of Canada, Ireland B or Afghanistan look to have enough on the board. So long as Kenya apply themselves, 157/5 after 40 kept down to 210-220 should be very gettable. 205/8 ought to be within Holland's range on a pitch that seems to be flattening out. Namibia's strength is very much with the bat, and 240 or so isn't likely to be enough to keep the Afghans in the game... unless, of course, they strike early.

    Scotland, on the other hand, finally look like they're going to make a total that ought to be beyond the UAE.

    So... Ireland 10, Canada 8, Kenya 8, Holland 8, UAE 6, Namibia 6, Scotland 6, Afghanistan 4.

    It'll require the Dutch, Kenyans or Scots to blow this in order for us to need the calculators.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup View Post
    None of Canada, Ireland B or Afghanistan look to have enough on the board. So long as Kenya apply themselves, 157/5 after 40 kept down to 210-220 should be very gettable. 205/8 ought to be within Holland's range on a pitch that seems to be flattening out. Namibia's strength is very much with the bat, and 240 or so isn't likely to be enough to keep the Afghans in the game... unless, of course, they strike early.

    Scotland, on the other hand, finally look like they're going to make a total that ought to be beyond the UAE.

    So... Ireland 10, Canada 8, Kenya 8, Holland 8, UAE 6, Namibia 6, Scotland 6, Afghanistan 4.

    It'll require the Dutch, Kenyans or Scots to blow this in order for us to need the calculators.

    Kenya, application?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil Pickup View Post
    None of Canada, Ireland B or Afghanistan look to have enough on the board. So long as Kenya apply themselves, 157/5 after 40 kept down to 210-220 should be very gettable. 205/8 ought to be within Holland's range on a pitch that seems to be flattening out. Namibia's strength is very much with the bat, and 240 or so isn't likely to be enough to keep the Afghans in the game... unless, of course, they strike early.

    Scotland, on the other hand, finally look like they're going to make a total that ought to be beyond the UAE.

    So... Ireland 10, Canada 8, Kenya 8, Holland 8, UAE 6, Namibia 6, Scotland 6, Afghanistan 4.

    It'll require the Dutch, Kenyans or Scots to blow this in order for us to need the calculators.
    I'm not too sure about that - if you look at some of Namibia's first round results, particularly their game against Uganda and the fact that Afghanistan's relative strength is their bowling, that game could potentially go down to the wire.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starkcontrast View Post
    I'm not too sure about that - if you look at some of Namibia's first round results, particularly their game against Uganda and the fact that Afghanistan's relative strength is their bowling, that game could potentially go down to the wire.
    I think we'll know after the first 10... I can see it being one extreme or another.

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    Tikolo picking up some easy wickets here.

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    Dutch starting the chase well, having to bat six overs before lunch due to their over rate .

    Agree with Neil: Dutch, Kenya and Scotland should win their matches from this position. Afghan/Namibian game really irrelevant for WC qualification as it stands.
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    Net run rates after 1st innings

    Ireland +0,721 (10pts)
    Canada +0,702 (8pts)
    Netherlands +0,081 (6pts)
    Kenya -0,006 (6pts)
    UAE -0,979 (6pts)
    Namibia -0,033 (4pts)
    Afghanistan -0,285 (4pts)
    Scotland -0,298 (4pts)

    Due to UAE conceding so many runs, Canada are officially qualified. (Well, if you exclude the possibility of 150-odd no-balls)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes View Post
    Net run rates after 1st innings

    Ireland +0,721 (10pts)
    Canada +0,702 (8pts)
    Netherlands +0,081 (6pts)
    Kenya -0,006 (6pts)
    UAE -0,979 (6pts)
    Namibia -0,033 (4pts)
    Afghanistan -0,285 (4pts)
    Scotland -0,298 (4pts)

    Due to UAE conceding so many runs, Canada are officially qualified. (Well, if you exclude the possibility of 150-odd no-balls)
    And if the predictions come true that:

    Ned beat Can
    Ken beat Ire
    Sco beat UAE
    Afg beat Nam or v.v.

    it will be

    Ireland, Canada, Kenya, Netherlands to the WC
    Scotland and the winner of Afg vs. Nam will get ODI status (their NRR will always be better than that of UAE)

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    Yup, no need for calculators in that case.

    In case of some surprises in Kenya/Ireland or Netherlands/Canada, though:

    Namibia will finish ahead of Netherlands if they win
    Namibia need to chase in 48.4 overs to beat Kenya if Kenya lose by 1 run
    Kenya have a 94-run lead on Afghanistan (so, for example, if Afghanistan win by 94 runs and Kenya lose by 1, Afghanistan are ahead on NRR)
    Netherlands have an 87-run lead on Afghanistan
    Kenya have a 171-run lead on Scotland
    Netherlands have a 164-run lead on Scotland

    from which it can be deduced that Kenya have 7 runs on the Netherlands.

    Edit: Namibia lost a Burger first up.

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    What a tense finish this is going to be. About time Scotland did something.



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