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    October 27, 2006

    Pakistan turning it on!

    South Africa are right now 42/5 against Pakistan at Mohali in a must-win game for both teams. Pakistan are thus on track to fulfill my earlier prediction.

    Update: South Africa are turning it on. Pakistan are 27/6, chasing 214! Ntini's analysis reads 5-2-8-5! Pakistan's batting scorecard is on its way to looking like a complete phone number: 3 4 7 5 0 1 4 0 3.


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    haha - any bets on who will be axed now in pakistan after this display?

    i hope its afridi and younis....

    did you read my post on those two?

    By Anonymous Anonymous (27-Oct-2006, 8:41:00 PM)  

    I don't think you'll see any heads roll, given that the team has the excuse of being unstable [Inzy, Shoaib, Asif et al]. I don't quite agree with dropping Afridi and Younis. I don't understand why Afridi's gone from opener to #5 in a span of a year or so. As for Younis, I don't think he's entirely comfortable with one-day cricket. Possibly Inzamam's absence makes him feel far too conscious about being the #2 batsman [behind Mohd. Yousuf].

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