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    lol. sorry about the all nighters, adharcric. I am hoping to pull off a few during the Indian tour of Windies. The stuff we have to give up to watch cricket, it's crazy, isn't it?
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    One could always tape and watch a convient time if possible...
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    And for anyone in England who cares about it.

    So that one bloke in the village of Weedon will be pleased...
    So if England won you will treat it like any other series or Natwest Series win?

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    What's an ODI series win?
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    I enjoyed the knock-out format. Short and sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marc71178
    What's an ODI series win?
    Are you being serious?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig
    One could always tape and watch a convient time if possible...
    Seriously, why would anyone with any sort of passion for cricket do that? Would you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craig
    Are you being serious?
    I'm trying to remember what it's like to win an ODI series, it's been that long.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xuhaib
    I enjoyed the knock-out format. Short and sweet.
    Me too, made it a different competition to the WC.
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    I hope SL rest Vaas and Murali for the Preliminary round and perhaps Sangakkara for some of the preliminary games.

    This would give Bandara and Lokuaaratchchi to be selected in the same 11 as well as more games along with Ruchira Perera, Zoysa in the preliminary games.

    So for the qualifying games, I would go with -

    Tharanga
    Jayasuriya
    Jayawardene
    Sangakkara/ (Prasanna J - If Prasanna then drops to No 9)
    Dilshan
    Kapugedera
    Arnold/Lokuaaratchi
    Bandara
    Zoysa
    Dilhara Fernando
    Ruchira Perera/ Malinga
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    Quote Originally Posted by James
    Group stage:
    Oct 16: New Zealand v South Africa, Mumbai
    I can see New Zealand not having a very long tournament.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm
    I can see New Zealand not having a very long tournament.
    Wouldn't Underestimate NZ at all especially in OD's. A very strong team.. i choose them ahead of South Africa for that match..

    Edit: Are you talking about the Mumbai thing, after the bombings or South Africa itself..
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    Well really it depends what team comes out to play and whether or not John Bracewell makes the right selections. In saying that, it wouldn't suprise me if NZ blew away South Africa.

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