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    Predictions for W.I v N.Z ODI Series

    I think NZ will win considering that the West Indies just lost to a pretty shocking Indian side.

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    4-1 to NZ

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    2-1 to New Zealand. With all the rain around at the moment I can't see 5 one-dayers being played

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    Tim

    posted on 3/6/2002 at 07:02 AM
    I think NZ will win considering that the West Indies just lost to a pretty shocking Indian side.



    hey
    what are you trying to get at ? the New Zealand team isint the "worlds Greatest" at the moment

    The indian O.D.I team is strong

    The test side needs some mental checkups

    Anyway i see a 3-2 Loss for NZ in Test
    but a win in the Odi Series
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    The test series is only a 2 test series, and I think it will be drawn.

    I think India have serious problems in their bowling department with the retirement of Srinath in tests anyway. And if Tendulkar doesn't fire, then the other players seem to lose confidence.

    I know NZ aren't the World Champions, but they seem to have more mental toughness than India does in pressure situations.

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    West Indies will win the ODI series easily. New Zealand are an extremely weak side without Parore, Cairns, Nash. WI have a talented batting side and a decent bowling attack. Don't discount Hooper and Lara.
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    Yup

    The west Indian batsmen are in good form right now

    Hooper and Chanderpaul did really well in the tests . Odis is where Nz'ers can take some glory

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    Bah, I seriously doubt the West Indies will win the ODI series. I think the test series will be the closest of the two & usually a 2 match series is drawn because no team can be bothered.

    The West Indies attack is tired & not that great, Vettori & Bond have been showing good form along with Tuffey.
    + NZ is far more disciplined in the field and will save 20-30 more runs with Vincent, Harris & co.

    Fleming has made some statements which lead to suggest that NZ is very focussed about winning & I think it will show in the results.

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    If NZ target Hooper, im afraid that with Lara in bad form, the chances of the West Indies winning are not great.

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    Chris Gayle's in quite good form. He hit a great 84 in that 25 overs each ODI in the West Indies.
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    3-2 to New Zealand in ODIs

    1-1 in Tests.
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    Hmm a draw in test im not too sure about that

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    Well, that's one game rained out...

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    hey
    i reckon 2-2 with influence on weather which does not look good at the moment. The West indies have some older players back. And i suspect that Brian Lara will get back into form.
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