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capslock
March 12, 2007, 01:36 PM
AstroCricket
India's WC prospects

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My predictions on the fortunes of Team India are based on Prasana , and it has nothing to do with the individual horoscopes of the team members or coach. In the immediate past, India has performed well in the warm-up matches. But, I am skeptical about the overall performance of India in West Indies. India holds only a 50:50 chance for the final. Indiscipline, confrontation with the management, lack of confidence and politics may squeeze the spirit of the team. However, a few members hold the key and their good intentions may lead the team till semi-finals.


By Pt. Suresh Kumar


India’s prospects for winning the World Cup are very complex. Though India is going to perform well at warm-up level, its fate will depend on super eight. If they perform well in that, they can reach finals also, but winning the cup is under clouds. Captain Rahul Dravid’s current year number matches with this year’s number, but his name does not suggest victory. For the Captain, second half of the year is going to be a better time.



Other teams like New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka, India, West Indies and of course Australia will do fairly well. This time New Zealand is going to perform exceptionally well. Sri Lanka will also emerge as a strong contender. So far as Australia’s performance is concerned this might be an ‘Image Saving’ performance. This World Cup is not going to be the bed of roses for them. Aussies are going to face a tough competition.


By Astrologer Dr Richa Shukla


The World Cup match to be played between India and the Netherlands on March 6 will be won by India. Though the chances may look bleak in beginning of the match, some sudden change may finally make India win the match.



The match between India and West Indies, to be played on March 9, may be won by the host team. Their team and the game seem to be much stronger.



India may get a surprise against Bangladesh. In their match on March 17, the team that is likely to win is Bangladesh.




In the match to be played between India and Bermuda on March 19, India is likely to play in a much stable manner. Although Team India will be emotionally at very low ebb, it is likely to win this game.




Although the Indian cricket team will face a tough competition in the match against Sri Lanka on March 23, India is expected to win the match against the islanders.


By Tarot card reader Ritu Kapoor

Well he got the first one wrong....

sadi
March 12, 2007, 01:46 PM
Though India is going to perform well at warm-up level, its fate will depend on super eight.

Genius.

If they perform well in that, they can reach finals also

Duh!!!

winning the cup is under clouds.

I guess he checked India's record in the finals.

India may get a surprise against Bangladesh. In their match on March 17, the team that is likely to win is Bangladesh.

Apnar mukhe fulchondon poruk. For once, I hope this astrologer is right. :)

layperson
March 12, 2007, 01:51 PM
He got his predictions right for March 17th and thats all that matters to me. I dont care if India go on to win the WC after that.

pagol-chagol
March 12, 2007, 01:59 PM
He got his predictions right for March 17th and thats all that matters to me. I dont care if India go on to win the WC after that.

Even better if its a NZ-India final after that.

Tigers_eye
March 12, 2007, 02:47 PM
This guy is an astrologist who predicts match results not by star alignments but judging by the recent scorecards.

1. NZ going to have an excellent tour (cause the thrashed AUS????)
2. Aus will have a hard time (see above, lol)
3. SL will formidable (they have a balanced team)
4. No mention of Pakis (cause the aces are not here)
Finally,
5. Tipping BD for a win (cause we are that strong).

The match between India and West Indies, to be played on March 9, may be won by the host team. Their team and the game seem to be much stronger.



India may get a surprise against Bangladesh. In their match on March 17, the team that is likely to win is Bangladesh.

There is a difference between his two predictions and I have underlined them. The latter one is a definite statement. Whereas, the first one is not so sure. I like this guy, he is no ordinary astrologer.

AsifTheManRahman
March 12, 2007, 02:58 PM
There is a difference between his two predictions and I have underlined them. The latter one is a definite statement. Whereas, the first one is not so sure.

you forgot to underline "is likely to win" in his second prediction :)

sar2005
March 12, 2007, 02:59 PM
All vogus boo.....
All I know, BD has a good chance to win on 17th (if we can win the toss and send India into bat).

BangladeshCricket
March 12, 2007, 03:51 PM
There is no chance of winning against Ind at this point, they have more practice than ever and they were busy with playing different test nations, whereas we didn't play anyone. Even Bd should have played with EnglandA or SrilankaA, what our A team is doing now. Ind has four pacers who are doing extremely well and also Bajji and Kumble. Their batting is also far better than us. So, in reality we are just paper tigers.

Protic
March 12, 2007, 06:18 PM
:| I dont believe it.. an indian astrologer actually said Bangladesh is gonna win? WOW..
I mean atm Indian media is just trying to ERASE a country called bangladesh..in a local indian sports show they show UTSEYA ,TIKOLO and all other 8 captains..but not Bashar..thats friggin racism.
Anyway ..whatever they say..doesnt mean anything.. bangladesh should just concentrate and try to do their best in all of the matches.

capslock
March 12, 2007, 06:54 PM
:| I dont believe it.. an indian astrologer actually said Bangladesh is gonna win? WOW..
I mean atm Indian media is just trying to ERASE a country called bangladesh..in a local indian sports show they show UTSEYA ,TIKOLO and all other 8 captains..but not Bashar..thats friggin racism.
Anyway ..whatever they say..doesnt mean anything.. bangladesh should just concentrate and try to do their best in all of the matches.

Do you even know what racism means? If you do, then you probably know that your post qualifies.

amethyst
March 12, 2007, 10:09 PM
you know Hindus are sooooooooooo dependent on astrology and the so-called predictions that they literally do everything as their astrologers ask them do (or suggest them to do). They take it that seriously. So if the Indian team read this prediction, I'm sure it will definitely weaken their confidence a little. :D which is allllllllll good! :D

Rabz
March 13, 2007, 04:45 AM
you know Hindus are sooooooooooo dependent on astrology and the so-called predictions that they literally do everything as their astrologers ask them do (or suggest them to do). They take it that seriously. So if the Indian team read this prediction, I'm sure it will definitely weaken their confidence a little. :D which is allllllllll good! :D

Plz bro..keep the Hindu-Muslim thing out of it..
race and religion should not be a part of this debate...
its a match between two countries...simple as that..
and for your info.. India has more Muslims than probably any other country in the world.. more so even probably than Indonesia.

Be optimist and excited...but dont bring that kinda stuff into it.

sumanrc
March 13, 2007, 08:51 AM
Plz bro..keep the Hindu-Muslim thing out of it..
race and religion should not be a part of this debate...
its a match between two countries...simple as that..
and for your info.. India has more Muslims than probably any other country in the world.. more so even probably than Indonesia.

Be optimist and excited...but dont bring that kinda stuff into it.

Completely agree with Sydney. This kind of comments should not be posted.

Sumon77
March 13, 2007, 11:01 AM
Plz bro..keep the Hindu-Muslim thing out of it..
race and religion should not be a part of this debate...
its a match between two countries...simple as that..
and for your info.. India has more Muslims than probably any other country in the world.. more so even probably than Indonesia.

Be optimist and excited...but dont bring that kinda stuff into it.
you got it wrong sydney. I think what he meant is nothing against Hindu or Hinduism, its simply just they are more faithful on astrology and astrologist have strong influence on them. thereby may be it will weaken their moral strength.
And Indonesia has biggest muslim population than any other country. As far as I know, Bangladesh is the 2nd one.

Rabz
March 14, 2007, 07:34 AM
you got it wrong sydney. I think what he meant is nothing against Hindu or Hinduism, its simply just they are more faithful on astrology and astrologist have strong influence on them. thereby may be it will weaken their moral strength.
And Indonesia has biggest muslim population than any other country. As far as I know, Bangladesh is the 2nd one.

May be i did, may be i didnt..but still it doesnt call for a poking on a faith for a different religion. May be the Hindus rely on the astrologer by per their beliefs, but its their call.

Dont we say "Inshallah" a lot when it comes to an event happening in the future.
How about some non-Muslim says ..."geez, this Muslim people have to use that word so many times as if they are relying totally on God's wish rather than going out there and doing something..."

Someone outside our faith wont get it,...
neither would we about thiers...

so how about we leave it out...

and for your information, we are NOT the second largest ...

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</TD><TD style="BORDER-RIGHT: #aaaaaa 1pt solid; PADDING-RIGHT: 2.4pt; BORDER-TOP: #ece9d8; PADDING-LEFT: 2.4pt; BACKGROUND: aliceblue; PADDING-BOTTOM: 2.4pt; BORDER-LEFT: #ece9d8; PADDING-TOP: 2.4pt; BORDER-BOTTOM: #aaaaaa 1pt solid; mso-border-alt: solid #AAAAAA .75pt; mso-border-left-alt: solid #AAAAAA .75pt; mso-border-top-alt: solid #AAAAAA .75pt">64,385,994




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</TD><TD style="BORDER-RIGHT: #aaaaaa 1pt solid; PADDING-RIGHT: 2.4pt; BORDER-TOP: #ece9d8; PADDING-LEFT: 2.4pt; BACKGROUND: aliceblue; PADDING-BOTTOM: 2.4pt; BORDER-LEFT: #ece9d8; PADDING-TOP: 2.4pt; BORDER-BOTTOM: #aaaaaa 1pt solid; mso-border-alt: solid #AAAAAA .75pt; mso-border-left-alt: solid #AAAAAA .75pt; mso-border-top-alt: solid #AAAAAA .75pt">Ethiopia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ethiopia)



</TD><TD style="BORDER-RIGHT: #aaaaaa 1pt solid; PADDING-RIGHT: 2.4pt; BORDER-TOP: #ece9d8; PADDING-LEFT: 2.4pt; BACKGROUND: aliceblue; PADDING-BOTTOM: 2.4pt; BORDER-LEFT: #ece9d8; PADDING-TOP: 2.4pt; BORDER-BOTTOM: #aaaaaa 1pt solid; mso-border-alt: solid #AAAAAA .75pt; mso-border-left-alt: solid #AAAAAA .75pt; mso-border-top-alt: solid #AAAAAA .75pt">37,533,500




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Source: Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Islam_by_country#Top_sixty)

India still ranks second in terms of Muslim population, by who knows..by the way they are multiplying..they might as well rank 1st in 2050..

Sumon77
March 14, 2007, 07:46 AM
India still ranks second in terms of Muslim population, by who knows..by the way they are multiplying..they might as well rank 1st in 2050..
thanks for the info... cheers..

6alltheway
March 14, 2007, 07:51 AM
Plz bro..keep the Hindu-Muslim thing out of it..
race and religion should not be a part of this debate...
its a match between two countries...simple as that..
and for your info.. India has more Muslims than probably any other country in the world.. more so even probably than Indonesia.

Be optimist and excited...but dont bring that kinda stuff into it.

i know what your saying but dont give out incorrect facts, india does NOT have the largest muslim population in the world. its indonesia.

p.s i posted this before i saw any of ur graphs.

chinaman
March 14, 2007, 11:11 AM
Will the Kiwis beat the English on Friday at the 2007 Cricket World Cup in the Caribbean? Will Australia return to form against South Africa next week?

Seven Indians may know late Wednesday — that's when a computer model formulated especially for the World Cup will begin spewing out results.

During it's first try Tuesday, the computer model developed by Mumbai's Fractal Analytics Ltd. certainly earned its billing as cricket's crystal ball. It not only predicted the West Indies would beat Pakistan in the World Cup's inaugural match, but it also forecast the exact scores of West Indies captain Brian Lara and Pakistan skipper Inzamam-ul-Haq.

Read More >> (http://www.iht.com/articles/ap/2007/03/14/sports/AS-SPT-India-Crickets-Crystal-Ball.php)

Tigers_eye
March 14, 2007, 11:21 AM
There will be new holiday in India. People will bow down to this computer software. This company's stock will rise so high that MS would be crushing down to earth.

Tendulkar_Mcgrath
March 14, 2007, 12:38 PM
huh, astrology tey hinduism.........huh...bd rey niye kotha bolen,hindu muslim na, sydney bro is right

BangladeshCricket
March 14, 2007, 01:13 PM
So, their computer software is predicting result or their bookies determining the result!!

rickshaman
March 19, 2007, 03:26 AM
Do you even know what racism means? If you do, then you probably know that your post qualifies.

wot u meant was discrimination....!!!

Outswinger
March 19, 2007, 03:32 AM
So , India is going to super 8 , it means we do have to win the match at any cost against Srilanka .......

Ofcourse , we can do it . Guys please play like the real tiger once again .

afrina
March 19, 2007, 03:38 AM
Who cares what those astrologer told? BD win coz they deserve that, thats all. Only weak ppl beleive on astrology....................strongs depends on their work and we the BD ppl are strong.

Tahsin Chowdhury
March 19, 2007, 07:16 AM
are shob astrolger bhuaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa,,emni bolsilo ar BD won