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    ODI Round 150

    Eng v Ire at Providence on 30th March.

    Deadline 11.30am UK time on 30th.
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    Oops Natman20, mate i think you forgot to mention the number of wickets that would fall.

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    Toss - Ireland
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    Batsman scoring at the highest strike rate - Pietersen
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    Toss - England
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    Batsman scoring at the highest strike rate - Flintoff
    Strike rate of the quickest scoring batsman - 135
    Most econmical bowler - Flintoff
    Economy rate of the most economical bowler - 1.8
    Total runs scored in the match - 410
    Total wickets in the match - 15
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    Toss - England
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    Batsman scoring at the highest strike rate - Flintoff
    Strike rate of the quickest scoring batsman - 200
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    Quote Originally Posted by Natman20 View Post
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    14 wickets

    ps. Thanks

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