My guess is that it won't Australia, and my other guess is that nobody will care
OK group, may have both Shoaib and Rana back and fit, good record on Indian pitches. Sri Lanka isn't a bad bet either, but they need to beat India to get out of their group. (Unless they make a tactical decision and lose to the WI in qualifiers. )
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I love the way you posted this three times, nine hours ago and no one's cared enough to point out the two duplicates.
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top 4 for me are Australia, South Africa, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
India for me, but i would love to see NZ do good in this series..
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If Bond is fit, I reckon our chances are good.
All apologies for the duplicates
I'm thinking that India will win
Saffies for mine, with individual brilliance getting them through.
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NZ or India IMO . Australia another possibility. SL have an outside chance , but they have India to contend with.
Sri Lanka are my pick to win this. They have been in good form lately in the test matches and i think they can challenge Australia and any other team in one dayers.
Sri Lanka don't forget were beaten 5-0 by NZ not so long ago...although one of those ODI's was played a year before the other 4.
I think now that people have gotten used to them not winning it, Australia will win. Really though, it could be anyone. ODI cricket is so even right now, Australia are still the best, but only fractionally ahead of about 5 other sides, and any of them could win on the day.
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australia,india or sri lanka i voted for sri lanka
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