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    Group A - Australia, South Africa, Scotland, Holland

    For discussion around Group A which consists of Australia, South Africa, Scotland and Holland.

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    SA and Aus to qualify.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
    SA and Aus to qualify.
    Thankyou, Nostradamus.

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    If this is the bowling attack that Hohn's puts out

    South Africa and Hamelton/Blain to go through!
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    Hamilton and Blain's time has gone.

    The keys to Scotland's success now are Watson, Wright and Dougie Brown.

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    Neither Hamilton or Blain are yet 30 IIRR...
    Hamilton isn't the player he once was (obviously, otherwise he'd still be at Yorks...) but he's still got the talent IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
    Neither Hamilton or Blain are yet 30 IIRR...
    Hamilton isn't the player he once was (obviously, otherwise he'd still be at Yorks...) but he's still got the talent IMO.
    They are still young and do still have talent, but they aren't the heart of the team who are our only hopes any more.

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    Well... they seem a pretty integral part to me.

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    In the 2005 ICC Trophy, Hamilton batted 5, 6 and 7 for the most part and averaged less than 23. Not what I'd call integral. Blain was more so. I admit I was wrong to bracket Blain with Hamilton.

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    Do all teams in the group play each other? I know in some sports the top two seeds dont meet but I ssume they all play each other here right?

    If so then Aus v SA is something to look forward to and I like watching the "lesser" teams compete so Scotland v Holland will be a nice game to watch

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    Yeah. Each team plays the other 3 once.


    Looking forwards to 1,000 runs inan ODI being broken in Aus vs. SA

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    I'd think it more likely in Pakistan vs Ireland, TBH.
    With Pakistan doing most of the scoring, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
    I'd think it more likely in Pakistan vs Ireland, TBH.
    With Pakistan doing most of the scoring, of course.
    I don't know. The thought of Saf and Aus vs Hol and Sco does bode well for some horrifically huge scores.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sirjeremy11
    I don't know. The thought of Saf and Aus vs Hol and Sco does bode well for some horrifically huge scores.
    It all depends on the toss doesnt it. If Aus bat first against Scotland you could see them racking up a huge total but if Scotland bat first Aussies wont have chance to get a huge score

    Speaking of Scotland I am seeing them play in a few weeks time when they take on Durham in a pre-season friendly at the Riverside.

    Ill probably make a thread about the team in here once Ive seen the match

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    Quote Originally Posted by DanielFullard
    It all depends on the toss doesnt it. If Aus bat first against Scotland you could see them racking up a huge total but if Scotland bat first Aussies wont have chance to get a huge score

    Speaking of Scotland I am seeing them play in a few weeks time when they take on Durham in a pre-season friendly at the Riverside.

    Ill probably make a thread about the team in here once Ive seen the match
    There are four matches Aus v Sco, Aus v Hol, SA vs Sco, SA vs Hol. You would expect that in at least one, SA or Aus will bat first. Four bites of the cherry my friend.

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