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Who will win the T-20 world cup 2012: Predictions

Best Chances: George Bailey’s Australia, Mahela Jayawardena’s Sri Lanka and Mushfiqur Rahim’s Bangladesh Secondary Chances: MS Dhoni’s India, Darren Sammy’s West Indies, Muhammad Hafeez’s Pakistan Difficult Chances:, Ross Taylor’s New Zealand, Nowroz Mangal’s Afghanistan No Chance: AB DeVilliers’ South Africa, Brendan Taylor’s Zimbabwe Surprise of the tournament: Mushfiqur Rahim’s Bangladesh   Most likely semi finalists: Australia, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Pakistan Probable Semi Finalist: India: Although the super eight stage has not been given a schedule as yet, but if India drags it till the very last of super eight matches, India will bow out of the tournament. Most likely Finalists: Australia/Pakistan, Sri Lanka Most Likely Winner: Sri Lanka, a close contest between Sri Lanka and Austrlia is likely   Australia: Australia will have a start and stop tournament but will get to the semi finals, with a probable final spot. Pakistan: Pakistan will reach the semi finals, … Read entire article »

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Hafeez’s undoing: An analysis from a disgruntled fan

Watching the last T20 match between Australia and Pakistan, one felt that the series win might just have been a fortunate stroke of luck for Hafeez. Australians were taking their time in adapting to the spin laden attack. It wasn’t long before they found their footing and launched the assault and a murderous assault it was, straight hits, switch hits, reverse sweeps, you name it, everything they connected went over the boundary. Equally impressive was … Read entire article »

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Umpires’ Confidence Levels and the UDRS

Umpires’ Confidence Levels and the UDRS

Much has been going on about the inclusion of technology in the game of Cricket. For dummies the UDRS stands for Umpire Decision Review System, the procedure has been put in place to minimize human errors in decision making so that controversies arising from umpiring failures can be taken out of the game. Under the UDRS a batsman or the fielding captain has the option to challenge the verdict given by the umpire, however this … Read entire article »

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