Warriors have got this.
Don't pay much attention to these games myself, but yeah, 64 off the last three overs. Gives us some idea of what we can expect next week.
Pakistan might have done South Africa a favour for Tuesday by laying into Mendis again.
South Africa got 12 balls to get the 27 they need for 400.
Last edited by TT Boy; 18-09-2009 at 11:23 AM.
Let's go South Africa. Should make the 400.
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If Floyd Reifer wins the toss in any of the group games, he can't bowl first under any circumstances.
Settled for 388 in the end - they would have got there if Boucher had stayed though. Scored mainly in singles after he was out.
Pak 306/8 from 50 overs
Kamran Akmal 82 from 78 balls, 11 4's & 2 6's
Misbah ul haq 72 from 85 balls, 3 4's & 2 6's
Umer Akmal 67 from 51 balls, 8 4's
Afridi 36* from 24 balls, 6 4's
KMDN Kulasekara 8 0 46 3 5.75
SL Malinga 8 0 55 1 6.87
KTGD Prasad 10 2 46 1 4.60
AD Mathews 4 0 13 1 3.25
M Muralitharan 8 0 43 2 5.37
BAW Mendis 7 0 54 0 7.71
T Thushara 5 0 39 0 7.80
Don't know if it's a competitive total cuz didn't see the match cuz there's no tv coverage, & don't even know the pitch conditions
Its very confusing even cricinfo is messed up, they have stated that Mohammad Asif was also playing.....and after Aamer's first over ...Misbah bowled the second one...????? no clue why....but as a latest......SL will lose struggling at 133/5 ...........Ajmal keeping it nice and tight.....
Be VERY AFRIDI!!
Some serious concersn for SL. They keep under estimating Umar Akmal every time. FFS get Murali, Malinga and Thushara on him and bowl ultra-aggressively and see what happens. Same with Afridi as well. Don't pitch up unless it's a yorker and let him smell some leather as well. Lankan bowlers certainly has pace to do that on this SAF pitches.
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JP Duminy must have buffed out a bit in the off-season. Hit five sixes in his 49-ball 80. He's only hit ten sixes in his ODI career.
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