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Old 17th November 2008, 15:54   #4636
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England 168/3; needs 125 to win in 14 overs.

Flintoff playing a cameo, and for once India is under pressure. From here on my money is on England, where is yours?

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Flintoff out. Bopara & Pietersen seem to be the last pair who can do it for England. What a match for Yuvi. Hats off to him

Edit : Just realised Collingwood is left.

Edit 2 : Pietersen Out. hehe

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For once India is under pressure. From here on my money is on England, where is yours?

Now the equation is 110 needed off 13 overs. My money is firmly on England. India blew it big-time.
Glad to see your money is firmly on England , Yuvraj took both of them out.
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hehe yuvraj what a comeback, i bet even in his dreams he would not have thought of such a comeback, india should win from here.
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Yuvraj finished with 4 for 28 in his 10 overs.

Collin & Bopara to go.

Can Bhajji strike.? Or maybe Viru or Tendlya.

Good game, this one.
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Yuvraaj zindabad. !!!!!
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English falling like nine pins now. 187/6 off 40 overs. Bhajji gets him.
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Glad to see your money is firmly on England , Yuvraj took both of them out.
Hmm.... BTW why are you glad to see me lose ;-)

I was hoping for some contest, but looks like England is intent on losing. Bhajji takes out Collingwood, first wicket that hasn't gone to Yuvi.

Bopara and Broad remain and both can bat, but from here on it'll be well-nigh impossible for England to win.

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Can Bhajji strike.? Or maybe Viru or Tendlya.
Tendlya!!!!

Wakey, wakey Shrikanth. Sachin isn't playing in the first three ODIs ;-)

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Wakey, wakey Shrikanth. Sachin isn't playing in the first three ODIs ;-)

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Wishful thinkin. Oops, my bad.

But your right in a way this could have been a contest of sorts.

If only KP & Freddie stayed on.

7 down & sinkin now.
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Why is Dhoni not bowling Yousuf Pathan. If he has no faith in his bowling capabilities then it makes no sense to play him. Play a specialist batsman instead.

P.S. As I wrote this, Dhoni gives bowling to Pathan and he takes out Bopara first ball :-)

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Looks like England are hell bent on getting out before 200. 191/7. They have all but kissed this game goodbye.
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England 238 (47.0 ov)
Who can stop someone to lose when they love losing!
Will we see any close match this series - really doubt that.
Yuvi is rocking!
P.S - Dont create a poll as we all know India will win the series comfortably
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Poor English team aint got a clue on whats happening! I just hope they have some answers ready after getting whitewashed..
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Australia 150 for 7 against NZ.

But NZ have a hopeless batting line up though Aussies have selected a very batting oriented side.
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Poor English team aint got a clue on whats happening! I just hope they have some answers ready after getting whitewashed..
Certainly not today. They had a good start and as usual screwed it up and ended up scoring only 240 on a good batting track.

Should be a cakewalk for the Indian batsmen as long as they are not in the same mood as the English
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Certainly not today. They had a good start and as usual screwed it up and ended up scoring only 240 on a good batting track.

Should be a cakewalk for the Indian batsmen as long as they are not in the same mood as the English
Looks like the Indian batsmen heard you!
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