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    'MON DA WINDIES!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy View Post
    Only players who can realistically be rested are Steyn and Morne due to the injuries to AB and Tahir. Yet even then South Africa would have an attack of Lopsy, Parnell, Kallis, Robbie P and Botha which should still account for Bangladesh. Also, there is a chance they could get lumped with a tie away in Sri Lanka against Sri Lanka, so they will be hoping to stay in India and avoid travelling and avoid that big banana skin.
    I don't think its gonna be that easy. Lopsy has never bowled in this tournament although he is an excellent bowler. Don't think Parnell is going to be any way near effective. And Bangladesh plays spin better. I would not be surprised if there is an upset if SA are not playing Steyn and Morkel. And Bangers got decent spinners who can stifle the SA'can batsman.

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    Wait, what are we talking about again?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TT Boy View Post
    Yet even then South Africa would have an attack of Lopsy, Parnell, Kallis, Robbie P and Botha which should still account for Bangladesh.
    After your last prediction regarding Bangladesh vs. England, surely this is an example of you not learning your lesson
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    Such a huge game. Telecast will start right after the Shield aswell. Come on the Windies!
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    Predicted at the start of the tournament that this match might turn out to be very significant and so it has.

    England have been stepping up for the big matches so I'm thinking they'll be up for this as well.

    But I root for Bangladesh so I'll be supporting the Indies. :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jono View Post
    After your last prediction regarding Bangladesh vs. England, surely this is an example of you not learning your lesson


    WI FTW!!

    I've made a "hedge bet" on England winning just in case, obviously I want them to lose but if the worst does happen and they get lucky and win, I'll do the same and bet all the winning on SA beating Bangladesh. At Least that way, worst case scenario I'll have a little cash to drown my sorrows in, although I don't it'll make a difference as I'll be absolutely gutted if Bangladesh don't qualify for the Quarters.

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    If England lose, the quarterfinalists from this group are confirmed, right... SA, India, WI and Bangladesh in no particular order?

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    Haha I do that all the time. Bet against the result I want to happen so it's win/win

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    Massive game
    This match should have been shifted to Bangladesh, full stadium and full home support to the West Indies You can bet millions will be watching this game

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    Does Tredwell gets a go purely cos its Chennai ?

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    Want a thrilling climax to this group's games. England victory and odds will turn again. Go England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Somerset Chops View Post
    Does Tredwell gets a go purely cos its Chennai ?

    Doubt it, but this really is desperation stuff, could see them opening with Swann, then wanting a better lower-order, so Jimmeh makes way for Tredwell, Yardy or Wright comes in. I list them in the order of craptitude, it's horrid stuff.
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    Can't wait for this. Not exactly a must win for WI, but there'll be more support for them tomorrow than they've had in years.
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    I will be really sad if England loses.
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