yeah I think so too, but I'm really not all that convinced by Pakistan either.Probably win, seeing as our team is a fair bit stronger and SL weaker than in 2011.
you're kidding yourself. They're yet to get up to the standards of Ishant Sharma, ffs.Eranga and Lakmal have improved quite a lot from their Australian / England tours, Prasad is in good form too. Eranga, Lakmal, Prasad and Nuwan Pradeep would be seamers to be rotated wit Mathews to support. On English conditions these guys will bowl that wicket taking ball more often. None of them are trundlers and all can generate some good pace.
The fact that you want me to substantiate the elementary speaks of your refusal to accept reallity. The figures on how many people watched the T20 finals broadcast is easily available. So are the numbers for how many watched last years Ashes series. So are the numbers for how many watched last years BG series.The arrogance and condescension in these two lines is only matched by its refusal to actually substantiate its claims.
Stop trying to enforce your, at best highly controversial, opinions on the rest of the forum as stated fact without substantiation, and stop with the arrogant dismissal of anyone who has the temerity to actually hold a different opinion to yours. At best it's tedious - a more honest assessment would be that it's deeply detrimental to forum atmosphere and it's wearing my and the other mods' patience down rather rapidly. General warning.
sonny, if you ever get the chance to play some cricket with cricketers who do it professionally, your opinion may be worth something. till then, go talk to yourself on how steve waugh played the ball late.Waiting for Muloghonto to reply that because he once pushed the heavy roller in close proximity to Jayawardene at the SSC, he's well qualified to comment and disagree.