50 to win still needed when the Naenae Express arrived at the crease as (probable) last man. Although I suspect Lance would've sucked it up had need be.
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UPDATE: Dundein 4, Melbourne 1, Karachi 1.
Poor turnout, but looks like Dundein has the advantage.
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Dunedin for me as well
Karachi for the hattrick
Lower turnout here, but Dundein wins.
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Colombo I guess.
Nothing was beyond Botham those days. One of his more ridiculous matchwinning efforts
Last edited by Satyanash89; 05-01-2013 at 02:19 AM.
The denoument at Edgbaston was amazing but looked at in the round it wasn't a good game - very close with the other two, but will go for Colombo
For Brearley top scoring in the first knock, if nothing else.
Almost as remarkable an escape as Headingley, in its way tho.
Madras, for me.
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Colombo, Mahela knock is an underrated gem.
Changing my vote to Chennai
Last edited by ankitj; 05-01-2013 at 09:52 PM.
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