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    GROUP A -South Africa, West Indies, Bangladesh

    Group A - South Africa, West Indies, Bangladesh

    Schedule -

    Tue 11 September 1st Match, Group A - South Africa v West Indies
    New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

    Thu 13 September 5th Match, Group A - Bangladesh v West Indies
    New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

    Sat 15 September 12th Match, Group A - South Africa v Bangladesh
    Newlands, Cape Town


    Wonder if Bangladesh will make it to next round , since only top 2 go to next stage ?
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    WI most underrated team going into this IMO, SA favourites but I wouldn't be surprised if either team take the pool.

    Bangers just don't have the batting IMO, but maybe if they can manage to chase a lowish total? 100-130 anything bigger and I would back the big sides.
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    IMO thios group has upset scribbled all over it with a red ball point pen
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    Quote Originally Posted by andruid View Post
    IMO thios group has upset scribbled all over it with a red ball point pen
    I agree Bangers have a real chance of getting thru over the Windies...


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    Quote Originally Posted by JASON View Post
    I agree Bangers have a real chance of getting thru over the Windies...
    And with SA carrying that all to famous tendency to ch*** who knows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athlai View Post
    WI most underrated team going into this IMO, SA favourites but I wouldn't be surprised if either team take the pool.

    Bangers just don't have the batting IMO, but maybe if they can manage to chase a lowish total? 100-130 anything bigger and I would back the big sides.
    I think Wasim Akram said it best, A batsmen's mindset should be were gonna get 1 or 2 boundaries and singles for every over and you can build a challenging total in 20 overs. I don't know if the Bangladeshi Batsmen have that mindset but if they do I like their chances. Missing Rafique since he'd be most effective in this format taking advantage of anxious batsmen and he can hit a cricket ball too.

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    Bangladesh could get absolutely mullered here, especially by South Africa. Not confident at all.

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    20/20 is inpredictable, anything could happen. There is less of a gap between the good teams and the weak ones.

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    There isn't less of a gap, there's just less time so teams can sustain a very high or low level over that period of time.

    Things like fielding - whether you hit or miss - become a lot more important as well. I think WI and SA should do relatively well.

    I don't think spin bowling will be as effective as in domestic games.
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    Gayle and Bravo in doubt for the Windies...

    http://news.bbc.co.uk/sport1/hi/cric...es/6984124.stm

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    I hope Gayle plays because imo, he could take the most wickets in the tournament. I think him, Afridi, Smith and Hogg will take a lot of wickets.

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