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    GROUP B - Australia, England, Zimbabwe

    Group B -Australia, England , Zimbabwe

    Schedule -

    Wed 12 September 4th Match, Group B - Australia v Zimbabwe
    Newlands, Cape Town

    Thu 13 September 6th Match, Group B - England v Zimbabwe
    Newlands, Cape Town

    Fri 14 September 9th Match, Group B - Australia v England
    Newlands, Cape Town


    Will Zimbabwe stop Aussies or England getting to next stage ? Doubtful but neighbours to SA , might help . Discuss.
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    Being Neighbours doesn't win you cricket matches IMO.

    England and Australia will outplay Zimbabwe I'm fairly certain of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NUFAN View Post
    Being Neighbours doesn't win you cricket matches IMO.

    England and Australia will outplay Zimbabwe I'm fairly certain of that.
    It helps in that there will be lot of local support . But I agree that may not change the outcome.


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    No chance in hell of beating either team.

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    Its obvious who's going to win,

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    Asstralians r so unlucky .. 2 b in d Group with England.They will be kicked out ov da first Round by England.Otherwise,they wud lost 2 England .. in d Final..LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by pietersenrocks View Post
    Asstralians r so unlucky .. 2 b in d Group with England.They will be kicked out ov da first Round by England.Otherwise,they wud lost 2 England .. in d Final..LOL
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    that group will just be like warm up games for england and australia as thr both gunna qualify its just who is first n who is 2nd

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    I'd be weary of Zimbabwe in a 20/20 game, and i'd never underestimate them.

    Most of the players in the top order are big hitters so if they get a bit lucky they could put a worthy score on the board and the added pressure on the other team knowing they are favourites could throw a spanner in the works.

    Thats not a bias prediction, just a possibility.
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    Zimbabwe's bowling will get annihilated however.
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    Hmm England might put up more of a fight against the aussies then one would think. I like the look of this Broad kid and as long as Tremlett and Plunkett don't play they have a resonable line up.

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    My tip of the cup is for Matsikenyeri to have a blinder. His dinky and up tempo starts and energy are what 20/20 is all about imo. Plus, he shouldn't have to face the likes of Lee batting at 5 or 6. I could see him, Taibu and Sibanda doing some damage, especially against some of England's bowlers.

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    Australa & England best XI should be:

    AUSTRALIA:

    Gilchrist
    Hayden
    Ponting
    Symonds
    Hussey
    Watson
    Clarke
    Lee
    Hogg
    Bracken
    Hilfenhaus - could be Australia's surpise package with the word that conditions in SA ATM would assist his type of bowling.


    ENGLAND:

    Maddy
    Prior
    KP
    Freddie
    Collingwood
    Shah
    Wright
    Mascarenhas
    Snape
    Broad
    Anderson/Kirtley - regardless of his superb superb Anderson bowling in the slog over is still bad, Kirtley they say is a death specialist these days so hopefully if picked he lives up to that rep..

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