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As I say - before anyone gets too excited, let's wait and see the Super Eights. You'd imagine they'll beat Ireland, as they did Scotland in 1999, but if they get thrashed by everyone else (the game against England is especially key) it'll be hard to take the India win too seriously.
As I say - we'll wait and see.
Bangladesh needs the pace of this guy to change their fortunes. If not in next match (as South Africa are good in dealing with pace and pitches in Guyana are slow and low), he should be picked for the last three matches in Barbados.
Can the Bangladesh Team get some credit now? How many of you can say the India game was a fluke now?
India game was a fluke.....
But todays game wasn't!
rave down, hit the ground
Ahh, but you do realise that Ashraful should of been out early, so on the golden rules of first-chance average, South Africa won today. Proving Richard was not wrong about either Bangladesh or Ashraful.
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