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    February 20, 2007

    Australia do it again

    Australia have just been beaten 3-0 in the final game of this year's Chappell-Hadlee trophy. New Zealand have chased down 347, which would mean that the top four run-chases in one-day international history, including the 438-thingie game, have been against Australia. This is also Australia's fifth consecutive one-day loss.

    All this makes our poll more relevant than ever! So go ahead and vote!

    Update: I do need to rub it in. Here's a comparison of two Australian national cricket teams. One of them has lost 5 in a row. The other has has won 9 in a row!

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    Thus spake Jagadish @ 7:36 PM |
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    What a match !!!!!

    It has been so refreshing for criket - I thoroughly enjoyed the game.

    By Blogger Ranjeet (20-Feb-2007, 2:58:00 PM)  

    all fixed!

    By Blogger Ganesh (20-Feb-2007, 3:23:00 PM)  

    What makes you sure that it was indeed fixed?

    By Blogger Ranjeet (20-Feb-2007, 5:38:00 PM)  

    See what I mean? England's wins over Australia were never as exciting as this.

    By Blogger Geoff (20-Feb-2007, 11:34:00 PM)  

    Given that Gilly has publicly said that Australia's cricketers haven't been in favour of this series being scheduled between the CB Series and the World Cup, it may not be too far fetched to think that they tanked the games ...

    Geoff, that's because even in a devil v/s deep sea situation, watching New Zealand play is more interesting than watching England play. Now, the tough part is when you ask me to pick between watching South Africa or England :)

    By Blogger Jagadish (21-Feb-2007, 1:17:00 AM)  

    Who would have tought that the Australians would have nose dived so low......that to just prior to the world cup!!!


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