You have Sky and are they showing it on that?Originally Posted by Langeveldt
If so, why would it really matter (to you)?
You were expectng them to win :SOriginally Posted by Vande Mataram
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Gough's got rid of 2 Zimbabwean batsmen already. 23/2, and with Sibanda there with his ODI average of 10.5 you would expect that to go up to 3 soon.
But you never know, he may prove me wrong.
now its 26 for 4. Harmison 2wkts in 1 over
Sibanda still in amazingly enough, alongside the young captain!
top notch win from New Zealand.. unlucky i couldnt watch astles mighty fine innings cauz i was at a party.. watched the highlights though.. and macca and astle went nuts.. good to see both try and reaching out for some form..
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2* - 17-4-35-3 - Season Ends..
Batting - RHB: M:48 Inns:43 Runs:457 H/S:33* Ave:15.5 N.O:10
Bowling - Off Spin: O:280 M:40 Runs:975 Wickets:104 Ave:9.3 S.R:15.6
I hope that Astle and Mcmillan have got their groove back and they needed a good pick me up, even though it was against a 'beginner' team.This can only mean good things for the Black Caps, especially with their next match being against Australia.
Rainsford looks like a good prospect, that Prosper fellow looked like he could be hard to get away on pitches that are turning like this one. Not quite as good as Dharmasena and Kumble - yet - though.Originally Posted by superkingdave
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