2019 ICC Cricket World Cup

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  1. Frank McWilliams

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    It is certainly getting interesting.
     
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    rhugh89 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus Staff Member Admin

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    TABLE AND REMAINING FIXTURES

    July 1: Sri Lanka vs West Indies - Chester-le-Street
    July 2: India vs Bangladesh - Birmingham
    July 3: England vs New Zealand - Chester-le-Street
    July 4: West Indies vs Afghanistan - Leeds
    July 5: Pakistan vs Bangladesh - Lord's
    July 6: Sri Lanka vs India - Leeds
    July 6: Australia vs South Africa - Manchester (day/night)

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    The Poms look a different team with Roy back opening the batting.

    It will be very interesting to see how they go against the Kiws.
     
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    Feel a bit sorry for Sri Lanka, 2 washouts robbing them of potential points against not so strong sides, yes they got 2 but could have had 4. Going ok against Windies but early in game.
     
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    The chokers played another shocker last night. Fortunately their positive run rate may keep them in front of Pakistan.
     
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    TABLE AND REMAINING FIXTURES

    July 4: West Indies vs Afghanistan - Leeds
    July 5: Pakistan vs Bangladesh - Lord's
    July 6: Sri Lanka vs India - Leeds
    July 6: Australia vs South Africa - Manchester (day/night)

    July 9: Semi Final 1 - Team 1 vs Team 4
    July 11: Semi Final 2 - Team 2 vs England

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    TABLE AND REMAINING FIXTURES

    July 5: Pakistan vs Bangladesh - Lord's
    July 6: Sri Lanka vs India - Leeds
    July 6: Australia vs South Africa - Manchester (day/night)

    July 9: Semi Final 1 - Team 1 vs Team 4
    July 11: Semi Final 2 - Team 2 vs England

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    rhugh89 Danny 'Bedsy' Buderus Staff Member Admin

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    Even if Pakistan win they can not make the top 4 now

    After they scored 315 they would've had to bowl Bangladesh out for 7 or less

    NZ are guaranteed to finish 4th and England 3rd, 1st and 2nd still to be decided

    REMAINING FIXTURES

    July 6: Sri Lanka vs India - Leeds
    July 6: Australia vs South Africa - Manchester (day/night)

    July 9: Semi Final 1 - Team 1 vs New Zealand
    July 11: Semi Final 2 - Team 2 vs England
     
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    Next game decides who plays NZ or Poms so it is still important.
     
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    The loss gives us the crow v England who have hit a hot streak of form.
     
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    Black Caps are through. India were a failure after they lost 3-5 early. Riots in the streets for sure.
     
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    My cricket tipping is a bit like the footie, many ups and downs, had India beating NZ and going on to win it so for Aussie sake I will tip tip the Poms.
     
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    If the Poms win Frank you better hide for this weekend.
     
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    Looks like you'll at least split the semis. Terrible start from Australia, although it must be said that England have bowled well.
     
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    Woeful performance by Australia in a big match, very disappointing.
     
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    Well said we got the crow after that loss to South Africa. Poor Finch faced the one ball and back to that style where he simply cannot get the bat around the front leg. Of course Warner does not have the brains to be conservative with the loss of a wicket early.
     
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    Having plodders like Maxwell and especially Stoinis in the middle order cost us. Finch and Warner can’t score runs all the time.

    Very disappointing but hopefully it’s last we see of the above mentioned flogs. They can stick to the 20/20 rubbish.
     
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    We need to get rid of the dead wood such as Maxwell.

    Not a good lead in to the Ashes.
     
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    Can’t understand why they picked Stoinis, form has been poor and injured, showed pain in nets, didn’t score many and bowled only a over or two. I thought he might be our answer to the all rounder spot but it don’t look like it.
     
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    Said it before Frank. Stoinis' thickest muscle is between his ears!
     

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