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Old January 12, 2007, 05:58 AM
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Default Commonwealth Bank One Day Series

Participating Teams: Australia, England & New Zealand.

Squads:
Australia:
1.RT Ponting (captain)
2.NW Bracken
3.SR Clark
4.MJ Clarke
5.AC Gilchrist (wicketkeeper)
6.ML Hayden
7.GB Hogg
8.MEK Hussey
9.MG Johnson
10.B Lee
11.GD McGrath
12.A Symonds
13.CL White


England:
1.MP Vaughan (captain)
2.JM Anderson
3.IR Bell
4.PD Collingwood
5.JWM Dalrymple
6.A Flintoff
7.EC Joyce
8.J Lewis
9.SI Mahmood
10.PA Nixon (wicketkeeper)
11.MS Panesar
12.KP Pietersen
13.LE Plunkett
14.CMW Read (wicketkeeper)
15.AJ Strauss
16.CT Tremlett

New Zealand:
1.SP Fleming (captain)
2.AR Adams
3.NJ Astle
4.SE Bond
5.JEC Franklin
6.PG Fulton
7.MR Gillespie
8.BB McCullum (wicketkeeper)
9.CD McMillan
10.HJH Marshall
11.MJ Mason
12.JS Patel
13.RL Taylor
14.DL Vettori


Fixtures:
January 2007
Fri 12 1st Match - Australia v England
Melbourne Cricket Ground


Sun 14 2nd Match - Australia v New Zealand
Bellerive Oval, Hobart


Tue 16 3rd Match - England v New Zealand
Bellerive Oval, Hobart


Fri 19 4th Match - Australia v England
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane


Sun 21 5th Match - Australia v New Zealand
Sydney Cricket Ground


Tue 23 6th Match - England v New Zealand
Adelaide Oval


Fri 26 7th Match - Australia v England
Adelaide Oval


Sun 28 8th Match - Australia v New Zealand
W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth


Tue 30 9th Match - England v New Zealand
W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth


February 2007
Fri 2 10th Match - Australia v England
Sydney Cricket Ground


Sun 4 11th Match - Australia v New Zealand
Melbourne Cricket Ground


Tue 6 12th Match - England v New Zealand
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane


Fri 9 1st Final - TBC v TBC
Melbourne Cricket Ground


Sun 11 2nd Final - TBC v TBC
Sydney Cricket Ground


Tue 13 3rd Final - TBC v TBC
Adelaide Oval


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Old January 12, 2007, 06:13 AM
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Default Australia keeps unbeaten run intact

Australia once again beat England convincingly by 8 wickets. K. Pieterson's 80+ innings gave England a mere respectable 242 runs to to defend but their bowlers failed to stand up against aussie batting line up. Quick fire 60 of Gilchrist and then Ponting's 82 gave aussie a easy win by 8 wickets at the end.
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Old January 12, 2007, 06:24 AM
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Default KP is out of the CB series with rib injury

A rib injury rulled Kevien Peterson out of the whole CB series.
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After thrashing England in the opener, Aussies have won the toss in the 2nd match against NZ and batting.

Australia 20/0 in 3.2 overs.
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Australia cruising well. 92/1 after 15.4 overs
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australia will score 300+ today. scoring rate is slowing down but they have hussey, symonds and white to pick up the rate
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Old January 13, 2007, 09:36 PM
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49.4 Bond to Bracken, OUT, YES he can! Bond! Short of a lentth on off stump, slower too, and it beats Bracken all ends up, cannoning into off stump, and Bond's ecstatic! Superb stuff

NW Bracken b Bond 0 (1b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00
Bond on a hat-trick..can he do it?
49.3 Bond to Symonds, OUT, and he gets one more! Bond bowls one on a good length outside off stump, Symonds steps to leg and looks to uppercut, but ends up nibbling it through to McCullum, thats two in two for Bond

A Symonds c McCullum b Bond 69 (70b 6x4 0x6) SR: 98.57
49.2 Bond to White, OUT, gone! Bond fires it in full on the stumps and White makes room outside leg stump, looking to slog it away, but can only find McMillan at a deepish midwicket

CL White c McMillan b Bond 45 (32b 2x4 3x6) SR: 140.62
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Australia is the Favourite, but It will be Great if England or Newzealand can win the Trophy.

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that's it. it's clear who will win the world cup from the first two games of the commonwealth bank series. why do other teams even participate?
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This is the first all-anglophone series in how many years?
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that's it. it's clear who will win the world cup from the first two games of the commonwealth bank series. why do other teams even participate?
If other Team Doesn't Participate than There is no question about Win or Lose. One Team Must Loose, If Other Team wants to Win.
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Old January 14, 2007, 03:26 AM
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that's it. it's clear who will win the world cup from the first two games of the commonwealth bank series. why do other teams even participate?
Personally, my interest in WC is only on group B for now...and after that, who cares who takes the cup? It's not gonna be ours anyway
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Old January 14, 2007, 05:21 AM
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australia won without mcgrath and brett lee. and all the new guys are doing better. and cameron white will be a great asset for australia
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This is the first all-anglophone series in how many years?
17 years.
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17 years.
May I Know What does Anglophone Series Mean?
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Old January 15, 2007, 12:17 AM
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May I Know What does Anglophone Series Mean?
anglophone - someone who speaks english as a native language.
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Old January 15, 2007, 12:51 AM
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anglophone - someone who speaks english as a native language.
Thank You Mr. AsifTheManRahman Brother.

In 1997-98 this Tournament was Held (Carlton & United Series), where Australia, Newzealand and South Africa Participated. You can Search out for The Tournament History by Click on The Site.

http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/cbs/...ry/267697.html

So, I don't think It is all-anglophone seriesafter 17 years.

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Old January 15, 2007, 06:07 AM
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Thank You Mr. AsifTheManRahman Brother.

In 1997-98 this Tournament was Held (Carlton & United Series), where Australia, Newzealand and South Africa Participated. You can Search out for The Tournament History by Click on The Site.

http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/cbs/...ry/267697.html

So, I don't think It is all-anglophone seriesafter 17 years.

Have a Nice Time.

South Africa is not anglophone.

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South Africa is not anglophone.

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South Africa Contain Eleven Official Language (Including English) and Eight Non-Official languages.

Anyway, Thanks for Your Valuable Information. I am sorry If I did any Mistake.

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Shane Bond's hattrick (if anyone's interested):
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Another useless tournament. Just give the Champion's trophy to Australia and let England and New Zealand fight it out for the runner-up spot.
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Another useless tournament. Just give the Champion's trophy to Australia and let England and New Zealand fight it out for the runner-up spot.
Why waste all that time? Just ship out the Pommies on the first boat and hand the runners up trophy to the Kiwis.
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Well England has finally got their first win of 2007. I wish I watched that match, it must have exciting winning the match in the final over.
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Old January 16, 2007, 05:31 AM
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Flintof Played Very Well.................What Happened to Newzealand? They Couldn't Win this Close Match. Should We Wait and Talk for Next Two Match? Next two will be Played by Australia. So, Do You Think The Result is already Known or There can be Something Else?

I Think We Should Concentrate on Next England-Newzealand Match. Because The Probability of Winning for Australia is 95%. Any Chance for Rest of 5%? Don't Think So.
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