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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    Who will win the trophy?

    I know a thread like this has already been created but not as a poll. This way we can get everyone's tips in short
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    Quote Originally Posted by Waughney
    I know a thread like this has already been created but not as a poll. This way we can get everyone's tips in short
    Even though I think It will be Australia, I'll vote India (just to be patriotic )
    India to be No.1 someday soon !! :)

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    Or check out the poll on Cricket Web's ICC Trophy page - http://www.cricketweb.net/icctrophy04/index.shtml

    524 votes so far.


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    haha but your poll is whacked james!! 35% India? I think people are voting more with their hearts than with their minds...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden
    haha but your poll is whacked james!! 35% India? I think people are voting more with their hearts than with their minds...
    well how do u think in this poll, 7 people didn't post for Aus

    However one thing is interesting: Mister Wright voting for Kenya !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by delkap
    well how do u think in this poll, 7 people didn't post for Aus

    However one thing is interesting: Mister Wright voting for Kenya !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nnanden
    haha but your poll is whacked james!! 35% India? I think people are voting more with their hearts than with their minds...
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    Windies to romp through the tournament, setting all-time high and low scores for a team effort, then losing by 1 wicket to the U.S. in the final.
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    Gone for Australia myself, although I'd love to see England do quite well
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    Hm, England has the advantage to have the crowd in the back so they will try everything to come in the final and to see what could be possible for them.
    Surely they have performed very well in the recent past, but it will not be enough to get the trophy in my opinion.

    My top teams for the Trophy are:
    Australia (they are always on the top position to get the cup in any tournament)
    South Africa (In my opinion the second best team in the world )
    Pakistan (with the new coach it will everything be possible, what you have seen in the Asia Cup..Rushing in the final or flying in the first round...everything is possible...For me the dangeroust team in this tournament and of the world)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RealPk
    Hm, England has the advantage to have the crowd in the back so they will try everything to come in the final and to see what could be possible for them.
    Surely they have performed very well in the recent past, but it will not be enough to get the trophy in my opinion.
    England have performed quite superbly in the longer version of the game, but not really in the one-dayers over the last year. The problem is, they still have this mentality about 'bits and pieces' players instead of trying to decide who the best cricketers are.

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    South Africa... here's hoping, anyway.
    England certainly don't deserve to win it and if they were to it would do far more harm than good for the long-term IMO, because it would not merely paper over cracks but board them up.
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    England's chances of winning disappeared when the squad they named meant that they will have to play at least one of Solanki, Ali, McGrath and Batty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by James
    Or check out the poll on Cricket Web's ICC Trophy page - http://www.cricketweb.net/icctrophy04/index.shtml

    524 votes so far.
    I think I voted for the USA on that one
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