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    ***Official*** ICC Tri-Series

    Canada v Zimbabwe Trinidad - 16 May
    Bermuda v Canada Trinidad - 17 May
    Bermuda v Zimbabwe Trinidad - 18 May
    Final - Trinidad - 20 May

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    I'm actually looking forward to this.
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    I'll be hoping for a Bermuda win, to be honest
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    Oh Canada!

    John Davison is playing, that should make Dizzy happy - the others:

    George Codrington
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    Don Maxwell
    Haninder Dhillon
    Stewart Heaney
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    Umar Bhatti
    Kevin Sandher
    Henry Osinde

    Bermuda:

    Janeiro Tucker
    Irvine Romaine
    Saleem Mukuddem
    Dean Minors
    Lionel Cann
    Dwayne Leverock
    Hasan Durham
    Kevin Hurdle
    Ryan Steede
    Kwame Tucker
    George O'Brien
    Oliver Pitcher
    Daniel Morgan

    Personally, I find it extremely odd that Bermuda isn't part of West Indies - all right, they're far away from everyone else, but so is Jamaica, and in these days of flight travel it shouldn't be a problem. A country with population 66,000 is never going to be much cop in international eleven-man team sport anyway, regardless of popularity of the game.
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    Gather zimbabwe will be tired after the series 6 one dayers + 3 warm ups.
    Ed rainsford has gone to england so zimbabwe will be 1 bowler down,gather to play league cricket.
    Heaney,barnett,davo could build a decent score for canada,of the 2 i reckon canada will pull the upset against zimbabwe.
    Zimbabwe are either modest in defeat or absolutely awful changes from game to game no consistency and there was none against kenya either.

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    I think Canada might win this quite easierly, i heard a while back that more then just Ed Rainsford, have decided to play in England, rather then play in this tourny.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chaminda_00
    I think Canada might win this quite easierly, i heard a while back that more then just Ed Rainsford, have decided to play in England, rather then play in this tourny.
    Which would be bad thinking by the Zimbabweans. If they don't win this Tri-Series, their last shred of credibility as a first tier cricketing nation will have disappeared; forever, one fears.
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    Davison probably makes the Canadians favourites. I can genuinely see a Can-Ber final, unless the Zimbabwean hitters manage to get over their hideous form against the Windies.

    Bermuda's far, far further from the WI than Jamaica is, Hakon, get an atlas man...
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    Does this tournament have any significance apart from possibly showing how bad Zimbabwe are - or is it just a tri nation tournament?

    Either way, it looks interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pratyush
    Does this tournament have any significance apart from possibly showing how bad Zimbabwe are - or is it just a tri nation tournament?

    Either way, it looks interesting.
    It is granted official ODI status. And it's good preparation for the minnows.

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    Is there a sense of irony that it would probably be easier to guess the Bermuda or Canada sides than the Zimbabwean outfit?

    Davison to make at least one ton - Canada all the way.

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    Is this series gonna be broadcast then? Sky have the rights to games in the windies in the uk so are they gonna show this?

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    I am really looking forward to this. In fact Im often more interested in these type of games than a lot of the Test nations playing ODIs.

    This is far more about the sport than superstars.

    Zim will win this tournament but I do not think it will be easy. The others should benefit from all this.
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