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    Depends how many posters decide to do this:

    They wont get close i would put my life on it, Australia have all the momentum they will win by 150 runs minnimum..

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    Probably Stephen Flemming and maybe Scott Styris. There are a few backup players mainly batsman about.

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    Chris Harris, but I'm sad to say we probably won't see him at the WC.
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    We already had a thread along these lines in the World Cup forum...
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    I'd be surprised if Warne didn't retire after the 2007 Ashes. IMO, Ponting has been overworking him, hence his struggles of late.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohtani's jacket
    I'd be surprised if Warne didn't retire after the 2007 Ashes. IMO, Ponting has been overworking him, hence his struggles of late.
    With the bat?

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    'His struggles of late' - the same Warne who recently took the most wickets ever in a calendar year?
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    As Warne doesn't play ODI's, I don't see the WC being a factor - maybe after the 2006/7 Ashes, although he could go on for ages if he wanted to.

    Elsewhere, I can see Vaughan retiring from oneday cricket after the WC though.

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    No with the ball. If this is the worst South African side Warne's ever played he sure hasn't cashed in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ohtani's jacket
    No with the ball. If this is the worst South African side Warne's ever played he sure hasn't cashed in.
    One test match mate, these still two to come.

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    Yeah Warne was pretty shocking by his standards at some points during the recent Test - but hw he's out of form after recently breaking the record is beyond me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy
    One test match mate, these still two to come.
    In the last four Tests against South Africa he's taken 17 wickets at 34.12. In 2006, he's taken 5 wickets at 53.80. For Warne I'd say that's somewhat off.

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    Warne took his best figures for his state in Australia a few weeks ago I read. 7-100. He dismissed Hayden twice as well... or so it goes.

    I do think he's been overbowled, and he looked aweful in South Africa, but his time in England will straighten him up... I can't see him playing Bangaladesh.

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