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**Official** South Africa in Australia 2014

Stapel

International Regular
world cups pretty 50/50 for me, anything could happen
If the Subcontinent teams are going to be poor, for playing in Australia, and if Aus will be poor, for having a crap team, and if SA will choke, and if the WI won't send their best players, it's gonna be England!

Yup, England are clearly massive favourites for this WC!
 

Spikey

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world cups pretty 50/50 for me, anything could happen
im almost certain these two are gonna get within 16 runs with 3 overs left and block it out and then last ball dale steyn will bop mohammad shami over long on for six
 

Daemon

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im almost certain these two are gonna get within 16 runs with 3 overs left and block it out and then last ball dale steyn will bop mohammad shami over long on for six
Sweet, two WC wins in a row for India
 

Dan

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If the Subcontinent teams are going to be poor, for playing in Australia, and if Aus will be poor, for having a crap team, and if SA will choke, and if the WI won't send their best players, it's gonna be England!

Yup, England are clearly massive favourites for this WC!
Nah, NZ.
 

Daemon

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Yeah NZ have a great chance. Even WI have a decent shot if they shield Narine until the start of their 2nd game in the WC or something.
 

Prince EWS

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Yeah I'd be pretty surprised if the selectors really saw this series as anything other than a revenue-raiser and some good World Cup preparation. The results of bilateral ODI series haven't been significant from a selection standpoint for years now.
 

dermo

International Vice-Captain
have noticed there's been a clear shift to the use of the term "party atmosphere" as opposed to the classic "carnival atmosphere", need to hear bill lawry's opinion on the matter
 

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