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Thread: India against Zimbabwe

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    India against Zimbabwe

    Should be a good match.

    Its about to start. I really dont know who will win because Zimbabwe have only played 1 match really and India play good sometimes and bad others. I just hope its a good one.

    I dont really mind who wins.

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    zimbabwe will win, id say the winner of this game will end up going through.

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    well i hope zimbabwe do. i also hope flower has a good game. either way should be good. india have got off to a flyer though.
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    Good start by India, I think they'll win.


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    1/108, tendulkar smashing them to all parts, could be a long 50 overs in the field for zimbabwe

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    just checked the international weather forecast - 70% likelihood of a thunderstorm later in the day.
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    After there flying start they have now lost 4 more wickets. The score now is 5/189 after 39 overs. Tendulkar went out for about 90. Umm.. another collapse by the Indians. I think they shoud be trying yo get to 250. It will be interesting to see how they bowl against a pretty good Zimbabwe line up.

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    Well done Zimbabwe, India looked odds on to get 290-300 but some terriffic fielding & bowling has restricted India to 255.

    It looks as though the pitch will still be good to bat on so Zimbabwe have a chance especially with Andy Flowers good record against India.

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    Another poor batting effort by india apart from Tendulkar.

    Zimbabwe will get these runs if they make a good start.

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    Anybody seeing this match.Nehra is bowling at 147.5 kmph constantly:wow: . Very very good bowling by the fast bowlers. Andy was lucky he was out and not given caught by dravid of sri and Harbhajan dropped andy of sri and he would have been run out 3 times.

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    I think leaving out Olonga for a match against India was a mistake He always does the right thing vs India

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    Good recovery by India after their aussie encounter ! Still the middle order looks brittle. Maybe Ganguly coming down the order untill he gets his confidence back is a good idea. Special mention has to be made of the Indian pacers for their nagging line and length which contributed to Zimbabwe's downfall

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    Originally posted by krkode
    I think leaving out Olonga for a match against India was a mistake He always does the right thing vs India
    Disciplinary I guess.
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    Well, the selectors sprung a surprise to me by dropping Kumble, but retaining Harbajan - haven't they seen the CWFWC points?

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