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    November 03, 2006

    Can West Indies beat Australia twice in a row?

    Australia seldom loses to the same team twice in a row. If at all that does happen, it doesn't tend to have happened recently too often.

    England: 2004 ICC Champions Trophy and 2005 NatWest Series
    India: Those two games in the Coca Cola Cup in 1998.
    New Zealand: Two games in the VB Series in 2002.
    Pakistan: Two games in 2002.
    South Africa: Two games earlier this year.
    Sri Lanka: 1999 and the 2002 ICC Champions Trophy.
    West Indies: Two consolation wins in 2003.

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    Australia won the "sand storm" match!!! So it didnt lose to India twice in a row!

    By Anonymous Anonymous (05-Nov-2006, 4:39:00 AM)  

    Also, Aus lost three in a row to WI in 2003 - Ajith

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    By Anonymous Zishan (05-Nov-2006, 10:35:00 PM)  

    ajith/anonymous - True. That was stupid of me :)
    zishan: Thanks.

    By Blogger Jagadish (06-Nov-2006, 10:33:00 AM)  

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