View Poll Results: Who will win the trophy?

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  • Australia

    38 37.62%
  • New Zealand

    12 11.88%
  • USA

    4 3.96%
  • Bangladesh

    0 0%
  • South Africa

    3 2.97%
  • West Indies

    6 5.94%
  • India

    16 15.84%
  • Kenya

    1 0.99%
  • Pakistan

    10 9.90%
  • England

    9 8.91%
  • Zimbabwe

    0 0%
  • Sri Lanka

    2 1.98%
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig
    I think I voted for the USA on that one
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    My feeling is its gonna be NZ or India.

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    I cant go past my compatriots after that slaughtering they called the World Cup final, and the VB series finals since then. They seem to lift whenever a series is on the line.

    Having said that, if New Zealand finally get with it and use their niggling talent they seem to have at ruffling the Aussies, maybe they could take it out. Who knows.

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    aus v india finals with the obvious result


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raj123
    aus v india finals with the obvious result
    So India will be chasing 350+ again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Wright
    So India will be chasing 350+ again?
    or defending 120 odd

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    Australia..

    Whilst I would love SA to win, I feel they are a bit thin in the bowling department, bar Pollock of course... I don't think they will be able to match Aus/India on the depth in class front for a couple of years yet... They will like playing in English conditions though

    England neither will nor deserve to win so long as they keep picking such random bits and pieces players.. Still at least they have been a joy to watch at test level...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raj123
    or defending 120 odd
    surely india will put in a betta effort this time round...
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    pakistan have a strong chance since they beat india convincingly, but had a bad day against sri lanka, so if they play like they did against india they would probably win or get to the final against australia

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    I'm gonna put my neck on the line and say USA. Although, you can never write off teams like Australia, New Zealand, India, England, Sri Lanka and Kenya.

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    lol, Bangladesh, sri lanka, RSA, WI and kenya combined have as many votes as the USA at the current time
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden
    surely india will put in a betta effort this time round...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden
    surely india will put in a betta effort this time round...
    whats changed since they last played aus. if anything they seem to have got worse

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    I've voted for New Zealand, but after seeing the schedule, I've scrapped that. Australia will know how many runs they need to beat USA by, and then the last match is likely to be rained out. If, however, there is no rain, they might beat them (unlikely, but still possible), I think NZ're good enough to be favourites against any team out there apart from Australia - they're at least 60-40 favourites in any match-up apart from perhaps India on a flat wicket (Oval in the final, perhaps, if, and that's a big if, India get past Pakistan and South Africa), and they'll ease past England like this summer, or Sri Lanka, never renowned for being good tourists and relying on Murali, who probably will struggle unless Britain's hit by a three-week heatwave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Samuel_Vimes
    I've voted for New Zealand, but after seeing the schedule, I've scrapped that. Australia will know how many runs they need to beat USA by, and then the last match is likely to be rained out. If, however, there is no rain, they might beat them (unlikely, but still possible), I think NZ're good enough to be favourites against any team out there apart from Australia - they're at least 60-40 favourites in any match-up apart from perhaps India on a flat wicket (Oval in the final, perhaps, if, and that's a big if, India get past Pakistan and South Africa), and they'll ease past England like this summer, or Sri Lanka, never renowned for being good tourists and relying on Murali, who probably will struggle unless Britain's hit by a three-week heatwave.


    I dont understand, Australia wil clearly win against New Zealand and USA...
    Btw who is USA? I mean where do they are? Cant see them in the ICC ODI rankings....

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