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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    . Vaas hasn't been in the best of form
    From what I've seen Vaas has bowled well in most games I've watched him.I'd say he's in pretty good form.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pup Clarke View Post
    From what I've seen Vaas has bowled well in most games I've watched him.I'd say he's in pretty good form.
    After looking at the stats, he has actually been better than I have given him credit for. My mistake, he hasn't looked that flash on the odd glimpse I've gotten of him bowling.
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    Well thats it, its all over we are gone. *sigh* and just as we were going on a good run. Quite possibly our best death bowler and most unpredictable bowler is injuired thats it Game Over.

    We will lose against Nz and AUs (how badly remains to be seen) and either lose against Ireland or win by the narrowest of margins get through to the next round and get thumped by SA.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    Could see one of them getting belted around pretty easily, without the 'x' factor that Malinga posseses the Sri Lankan attack looks much to weak.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey View Post
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    Haha, love the pessimism from Davey and JASON. You aren't English for chrissakes!

    And the absence of Malinga hasn't seemed to affect SL yet. SlL is a solid team, and their success is definitely built around more than one player.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpitched713 View Post
    Haha, love the pessimism from Davey and JASON. You aren't English for chrissakes!

    And the absence of Malinga hasn't seemed to affect SL yet. SlL is a solid team, and their success is definitely built around more than one player.
    yep...and they have proved it today...good bowling performance!

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    I think Malinga's injury is seriously gonna hamper his bowling, because from what i have heard he has got a grade 2 ankle strain (injury) and i can't see a fast-bowler(who has an ankle problem) being back to his best in just 2 weeks.



    Ankle injury is the worst injury any fast-bowler can have because its takes the longest recovery time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pup11 View Post
    I think Malinga's injury is seriously gonna hamper his bowling, because from what i have heard he has got a grade 2 ankle strain (injury) and i can't see a fast-bowler(who has an ankle problem) being back to his best in just 2 weeks.



    Ankle injury is the worst injury any fast-bowler can have because its takes the longest recovery time.
    Bad news for SL, then...i mean they might not have missed him today, but malinga can prevent runs at the end...and NZ could easily have got 30 less if malinga was in full form and fitness!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nishant View Post
    Bad news for SL, then...i mean they might not have missed him today, but malinga can prevent runs at the end...and NZ could easily have got 30 less if malinga was in full form and fitness!
    Actually, chances are that they would've got 30 more runs but been bowled out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shortpitched713 View Post
    Haha, love the pessimism from Davey and JASON. You aren't English for chrissakes!

    And the absence of Malinga hasn't seemed to affect SL yet. SlL is a solid team, and their success is definitely built around more than one player.
    Well how can you blame me?

    Malinga is our leading wicket taker, IMO he even looked more dangerous than Murali with the way he was bowling.

    Yea okay we won today, i am suprised as hell at how Vaas has suddenly gained fantastic form , i guess if he stays in this form its all good, but Malinga would've been very handy against the Australians who eat slow bowling for breakfast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey View Post
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    Well thats it, its all over we are gone. *sigh* and just as we were going on a good run. Quite possibly our best death bowler and most unpredictable bowler is injuired thats it Game Over.

    We will lose against Nz and AUs (how badly remains to be seen) and either lose against Ireland or win by the narrowest of margins get through to the next round and get thumped by SA.


    its all over
    This sucks, im going to bed. its 4:50PM but i dont care
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    someone has serious problems....

    btw I'm surprised it wasn't his back, Sri Lanka are guns with or without him tho

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davey View Post
    Yea okay we won today, i am suprised as hell at how Vaas has suddenly gained fantastic form
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    Malinga IMO, should be rested till the Semi Final. I am sure Sri Lanka can beat Ireland without him.

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