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Old December 14, 2013, 09:55 AM
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Default Under-19 World Cup 2014 UAE News

Bangladesh face Australia, Afghanistan and Namibia in Group B.

  • Group A: India, Pakistan, Scotland, Papua New Guinea
  • Group B: Australia, Bangladesh, Afghanistan, Namibia
  • Group C: South Africa, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Canada
  • Group D: New Zealand, England, Sri Lanka, UAE

    The Under-19 World Cup will kick off in the UAE on February 14, with England, New Zealand, South Africa and West Indies scheduled for action on the opening day. Defending champions India will open their campaign against two-time winners Pakistan the next day.

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    Old December 14, 2013, 09:57 AM
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    Finally we're not in a group of death. Got a decent chance of reaching quarters, if we can beat Afghanistan.
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    It's still a pretty tough group but ya not the group of death. It shows how important that win was against SL last WC. Australia is obviously very good. Once again it depends on whether we beat Afghanistan or not. We should be able to advance to the 2nd round this time as well.
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    It's still a pretty tough group but ya not the group of death. It shows how important that win was against SL last WC. Australia is obviously very good. Once again it depends on whether we beat Afghanistan or not. We should be able to advance to the 2nd round this time as well.
    Our kids will beat the Afghans. I want them to be group champ and march into the 2nd round - the UAE pitch is spin friendly and we have a GOOD CHANCE TO BEAT THE AUSIES with our spinners' magic!

    I can see our kids in the semi-finals
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    We'll have to beat India or Pakistan in QF to reach semis & that will be very tough i think.

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    Up against PNG in the 1st warm-up match.
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    Australia Under-19s v
    Zimbabwe Under-19s at
    Abu Dhabi
    - Feb 10, 2014
    Australia Under-19s 195
    (46.1/50 ov); Zimbabwe
    Under-19s 196/7
    (48.3/50 ov)
    Zimbabwe Under-19s
    won by 3 wickets (with
    9 balls remaining)

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