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    ODI Round 64 - New Zealand vs Sri Lanka

    NZ vs SL at Christchurch starting on 1st January (UK)

    Deadline 8.00pm UK time on Monday 1st.
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    Toss - Sri Lanka
    Match - New Zealand
    Batsman scoring at the highest strike rate - Sangakarra
    Strike rate of the quickest scoring batsman - 113
    Most economical bowler - Murali
    Economy rate of the most economical bowler - 3.80
    Total runs scored in the match - 501
    Total wickets in the match - 12
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    Toss - New Zealand
    Match - Sri Lanka
    Batsman scoring at the highest strike rate - Jayasuriya
    Strike rate of the quickest scoring batsman - 108
    Most econmical bowler - Murli
    Economy rate of the most economical bowler - 3.20
    Total runs scored in the match - 460
    Total wickets in the match - 17
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    Toss - Sri Lanka
    Match - New Zealand
    Batsman scoring at the highest strike rate - Jayasurya
    Strike rate of the quickest scoring batsman - 110
    Most economical bowler - Murali
    Economy rate of the most economical bowler - 3.40
    Total runs scored in the match - 573
    Total wickets in the match - 17
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    Well I do apologise - sometimes I take a day or 2 to catch up on scores - if anything it'll only get worse in the next couple of months.

    Toss - NZ (5 out of 10 correct)
    Result - NZ (5 out of 10 correct)
    Fastest batsman - McCullum (The Baconator got him)
    Batsman S/R - 138 (marc71178 closest with 138)
    Most economical bowler - Vettori (nobody got him)
    Bowler E/R - 1.31 (no points, our closest was 2.4)
    Total runs - 222 (no points, our closest was 361)
    Total wickets - 16 (oz_fan spot on)

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    The Baconator	27
    oz_fan		20
    pasag		18
    silentstriker	17
    BoyBrumby	10
    marc71178	10
    godofcricket	 8
    James90		 8
    Samuel_Vimes	 7
    tadeusz		 3



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