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    Wonder which England will turn up. Both did on Sunday.
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    BDers know the way.
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    England will pulverize Bangladesh. Even without Broad, they'll have way too much quality. Bangladesh unlucky they weren't seeded in group A.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bahnz View Post
    England will pulverize Bangladesh. Even without Broad, they'll have way too much quality. Bangladesh unlucky they weren't seeded in group A.
    They'd have still been slaughtered by all the test nations.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaze 18 View Post
    They'd have still been slaughtered by all the test nations.
    You never know what might've happened if they'd caught Pakistan on a bad day. I agree though, they were never a realistic quarter chance no matter where they were placed.

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    Bob Willis's XI

    Strauss
    Trott
    Bell
    Bopara
    Morgan
    Prior
    Yardy
    Bresnan
    Swann
    Shazhad
    Anderson

    Inclined to agree if the pitch is taking spin given there's no Pietersen, although Colly can do a job with the ball whatever the pitch is doing so I'd probably stick him in for Yardy and bump him ahead of Prior

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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Bob Willis's XI

    Strauss
    Trott
    Bell
    Bopara
    Morgan
    Prior
    Yardy
    Bresnan
    Swann
    Shazhad
    Anderson

    Inclined to agree if the pitch is taking spin given there's no Pietersen, although Colly can do a job with the ball whatever the pitch is doing so I'd probably stick him in for Yardy and bump him ahead of Prior
    Yes wouldn't disagree with that side, although I agree with you mate, would prefer Colly ahead of Yardy regardless of what the pitch is anticipated to do, and then above Prior in the batting order.

    As for the opening vacancy going to Trott, I don't think it'll disrupt him too much, I hoped he would get that spot from the start of the tournament but the KP option was chosen. I wouldn't be too concerned should they opt for Bell either at this stage with Trott looking at home at three.

    I like Bopara at four, chance to build an innings and get set before an onslaught towards the end, ideally.

    I suppose Shahzad would be the obvious one to replace Broad, though I am a fan of Tremlett and wonder how the Bangladeshis would deal with the extra bounce he would offer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Wonder which England will turn up. Both did on Sunday.
    Lol. I like that.

    With Broad out, will Shazhad walk back in?
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    I had a dream that BD score 158 a/o and Eng chased it down, scoring 160/2, basically breezing through victory.

    I also dream Ireland beat England the night before it actually happened.

    So yea. Not optimistic here at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaze 18 View Post
    England should win this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    Lol. I like that.

    With Broad out, will Shazhad walk back in?
    I think so as Shahzad is supposed to be good at bowling at left-handers. He got Tamin out last time in Bangladesh.

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    Can't see any problems for England here. Bangladesh have been a complete joke so far and unlike Ireland, they don't even have a county standard batting line-up, merely two players of quality, the rest are complete nonentities. Only way I could see Bangladesh getting home is for those aforementioned two players to fire and their spinners then to choke England but if England bat first, then that should be game.

    Feel free to dig this up when Bangladesh win.

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    Bangladesh to win this.
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    The first time in the tourney that England do it the easy way , Swann to take a bagfull.

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    THis will be a close one too.

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