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Thread: World Cup Predictions League - Round 2: New Zealand vs Kenya

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    Just in time -

    Toss: Kenya
    Result: New Zealand
    Top batsman: Mcculum
    Batsman S/R: 134
    Top bowler: Vettori
    Bowler E/R: 4.5
    Total runs: 460
    Total wickets: 17

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    Quote Originally Posted by alternative View Post
    NZ
    NZ
    Guptill
    161
    Utseya
    3.9
    410
    16
    What was i thinking??

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Toss: NZ
    Result: NZ
    Top batsman: B McCullum
    Batsman S/R: 120
    Top bowler: Vettori
    Bowler E/R: 4.3
    Total runs: 550
    Total wickets: 13
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    Quote Originally Posted by straw man View Post
    Toss - NZ
    Match result - NZ
    Batsman scoring at the highest strike rate in the match - Styris
    Strike rate of the quickest scoring batsman: spot on - 140
    Most economical bowler - Vettori
    Economy rate of the most economical bowler: 3.6
    Total runs in the match: 451
    Total wickets in the match: 17
    141 runs in the match. Don't think many predicted that. That's the problem with lopsided matches - need to correctly pick who is batting first to have half an idea of total runs in the match.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blaze 18 View Post
    Toss: Kenya
    Result: New Zealand
    Top batsman: Ryder
    Batsman S/R: 127
    Top bowler: Vettori
    Bowler E/R: 5.4
    Total runs: 491
    Total wickets: 17

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    Don't think people would've got close with an economy of 0.7 either

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    Wow, points for just the match result lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alternative View Post
    What was i thinking??

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    Lower scores due to Kenya's lack of ability.

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    Toss	Ken
    Result	NZ
    Batsman	B McCullum
    S/R	153
    Bowler	Oram
    E/R	0.7
    Runs	141
    Wickets	10
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    Pup Clarke	28
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    Should have stuck with 10 wickets.
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