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    ODI round 36 - Australia vs West Indies

    Aus vs WI at Mumbai on 5th November:

    Deadline 7.30am UK time on Sunday 5th.
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    Quote Originally Posted by grecian
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    I have assumed that you mean 3.1 eco and 111 s/r - don't think the other is possible is it?!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    I have assumed that you mean 3.1 eco and 111 s/r - don't think the other is possible is it?!!!
    You can assume rightly, thanks. Hey I've only done about 36 of these, I'll get the hang of it soon

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    Batsman scoring at the highest strike rate - Gilchrist
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    Batsman scoring at the highest strike rate - Hussey
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