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Old 02-27-2007, 05:16 PM   #1
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**The Official World Cup Cricket Thread **

Umm, I was attempting to merge the the two threads we had about this and somehow managed to delete them.
My apologies. I really should have paid more attention in mod school.
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Re: **The Official World Cup Cricket Thread **

Here's the official site: http://cricketworldcup.indya.com/event/groups.htm


And here are the groups:

Group A: Australia, South Africa, Scotland, The Netherlands

Group B: Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, Bermuda

Group C: New Zealand, England, Kenya, Canada

Group D: Pakistan, West Indies, Zimbabwe, Ireland
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Umm, I was attempting to merge the the two threads we had about this and somehow managed to delete them.
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Rubbish.
Mod rating 1/10.

But look, I made this an Official thread. With *** and everything. It's much nicer than those old threads.
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Re: **The Official World Cup Cricket Thread **

What about all the valuable information I posed in the other thread?
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Re: **The Official World Cup Cricket Thread **

I'm sorry, but I don't think a recipe for toasted cheese sandwiches and a To Do List with nothing on it constitutes valuable information.
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That was an outstanding recipe and you know out, and the To Do List did have something on it: Make Toasted Cheese Sandwich.
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That was an outstanding recipe and you know out, and the To Do List did have something on it: Make Toasted Cheese Sandwich.

You're right. I can only apologise again and possibly slap myself around the head several times as punishment.
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You do that.
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Re: **The Official World Cup Cricket Thread **

I'll add something worthwhile.

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Skipper Michael Vaughan has begun batting and fielding indoors, aiming to recover from hamstring trouble in time to lead England at the World Cup.

The 15-man squad leave Gatwick Airport on Friday and England have warm-up games on 5 and 9 March in St Vincent.

"Hamstrings are vulnerable and before you get out on grass and have a couple of games you don't know," he said.

"But so far so good. I'm confident it should be fine for our first World Cup match against New Zealand on 16 March."

Vaughan said he is unlikely to play in the whole of the opening warm-up match against Bermuda but looks likely to use a rematch with Australia as a final fitness test.

If he does not pull through, Mal Loye is expected to replace him, with Andrew Flintoff most likely to lead the side.

England have also had fitness concerns over bowlers James Anderson (back) and Jon Lewis (Achilles) but Vaughan insisted both are ready to travel.

He added: "The only question mark has been Jon Lewis because he has not had any cricket but he will be looking to bowl his 10 overs in the warm-up games."

Vaughan told BBC Sport any of the eight leading nations could win the tournament.

He went on: "We were the worst team ever to go to Australia and one week later we had turned it around and won the one-day trophy - that's how fast you can turn it around.

"We've got some fantastic players in our team. If we can beat New Zealand it will give us a huge boost.

"In the Super Eights, if you get a bit of luck, work out the conditions then you can win the game and it's the first time in a number of years you can't predict the winner."

Considered a world-class Test batsman, Vaughan has been less comfortable in 50-over internationals, where he averages 27.70 after 77 appearances.

But he said: "In the last few World Cups a player has gone from nowhere to play very well.

"In the last World Cup, it was [Australia's] Andrew Symonds, let's hope it's Michael Vaughan this time.

"I have had good one-day innings, it's not like I've completely folded in one-day cricket. It's just that I haven't been consistent.

"Being back at the top of the order may be an opportunity to be consistent."

Vaughan was speaking at the launch of Michael Vaughan Cricket, an initiative to encourage children to play the game, at the English Institute of Sport in Sheffield.
In other news, Dazza looks set to come back to Yorkshire after playing for Essex for the last few seasons.
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Re: **The Official World Cup Cricket Thread **

So should I, before I accidentially delete this thread again.,....It will be interesting to see whether these guys end up playing or not.


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THE World Cup is facing its first major controversy, with Pakistani pacemen Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Asif scheduled to submit to official drug tests today for the first time since testing positive to banned steroid nandrolone last year. Should they fail those Pakistan Cricket Board-sanctioned tests, as many in Pakistan are predicting, the fast bowlers would miss the World Cup, and in the case of the 31-year-old Shoaib, it would potentially mark the end of his career.

Shoaib and Asif have been under a cloud of suspicion since their respective two- and one-year bans were controversially overturned by an internal PCB appellate committee last year. The duo returned to action in South Africa last year, having initially been stood down from the Champions Trophy, but both have since picked up injuries.

Officially, the pair have spent the past few days in London to have knee and elbow ailments assessed. But, according to sources in Pakistan, the main purpose of their trip was to submit to private drug tests in a bid to learn whether traces of nandrolone could still be detected in their systems before an official examination. If either was to test positive at the World Cup, he would face a lifetime ban.

"If that was their intention, they have not told us - they have gone to London at their own expense," PCB director of cricket operations Saleem Altaf told the Herald. "At this moment, I don't know what will happen. There are rumours that they have been privately [drug] tested and that the trip is a camouflage. Let's wait and see what happens."

Altaf confirmed that Shoaib had not been "exonerated of taking a banned substance," but had rather "got off on a technicality". He also said that Shoaib and Asif would be the last of 20 senior Pakistani cricketers - including the World Cup squad - to submit to internal drug tests.

Some reports out of Pakistan suggest Shoaib has already received the results of the private tests in London, and that the level of nandrolone in his system is double the WADA-approved limit.

At the time of their positive test, Shoaib and Asif denied knowingly taking a banned substance and attributed the high concentration of nandrolone to nutritional supplements and high-protein diets.

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Ponting bring his good luck charms.
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He'll never fit them into his carry-on luggage.
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Re: **The Official World Cup Cricket Thread **

Roy!

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AUSTRALIA'S World Cup prospects have been significantly boosted with the news that injured all-rounder Andrew Symonds, named in Australia's all-time best one-day side this week, is well ahead of schedule in his rehabilitation program and could be available prior to the pool match against South Africa.

That game, on March 24, was initially considered an optimistic return date for Symonds, after he ruptured his biceps tendon in a one-day match against England last month. But an assessment by a Brisbane specialist last Friday has given Symonds hope that he could ease his way back into the side for the preceding match, against the Netherlands, on March 18.

"I've been trying to get a bit of strength and bulk back into the muscle and I'm ahead of schedule," Symonds said. "I'm allowed to have a bat at the end of this week. I'm allowed to hit some tennis balls. It will be like being in the backyard again. I'm not lifting weights, but it nearly feels normal. I'm really happy with how it feels and every day I can feel it improving a bit.

"I reckon hopefully I'll take part in that [match on March 24]. If not South Africa, then a bit before that. But we just have to wait and see how it progresses."
Looks like Hayden's toe will be mended by the Scotland game as well.
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Re: **The Official World Cup Cricket Thread **

oh man Roy back in for the African game, that is a dream come true! Because everything will need to go the Aussies way that game, I am prediciting Clark will be atleast 4-something that game
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I know, it's great news and hopefully it happens. I think the Saffers could be a real threat in this World Cup - not just in our group, but in the entire competition. We'll need everyone to play their very best.
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Akhtar and Asif are out of the World Cup.
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Re: **The Official World Cup Cricket Thread **

After the debacle that was the Ashes I'm actually starting to get quite enthusiastic about the World Cup...Go England!
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I am anxious for the WC, because it could really go either way, we have about 31/2 bowlers I am confident in (bracken, clark, mcgrath, mitchell only gets 1/2) the lack of a solid spinner like stuie is also disheartening. and to see what kind of shape hayden, ponting and clarke are in with their respective injuries
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The English need to employ kamikaze pilots with a better sense of direction.






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KINGSTOWN, St Vincent: Australia's official World Cup campaign was only 30 minutes old before its first dramatic incident, when a light plane crashed 200m from where the world champions were having their first training session.

The Arnos Vale ground was a scene of frenzied activity as the pilot and two passengers emerged from the wreckage of the plane, according to eyewitnesses.

"Two men and one woman were rescued," one eyewitness said. "Everyone is alive and that is the most important thing."

A spokesman for the nearby Joshua Airport confirmed three people had been on board and no one was killed.

"They were all taken to hospital. The plane was landing. I think it was coming from Barbados," the spokesman said. "We're not sure exactly what caused the crash."

A crowd of about 100 people were kept away from the bridge overlooking the creek where the single-propeller aircraft lay upside down in knee-deep water.

A security guard attached to the Australian team was among the first on the scene at the crash, which occurred about 9.30am.

A convoy of emergency vehicles with sirens blaring rushed to and from the crash scene neighbouring the cricket ground, as the Australians continued to train on the main oval at the 12,000-seat venue.

Australia's Mike Hussey was batting in the nets at the far side of the ground when the accident happened. The national airport and another runway for light aircraft are near the cricket ground.

"I've only just heard about it," Hussey said. "I believe there were a couple of injuries. Fingers crossed they are not too bad. I'm sure they'll be looked after well and hopefully they can recover as quickly as possible."

Australia play their first warm-up game at Arnos Vale on Tuesday against Zimbabwe.
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My initial enthusiasm has already been damaged:

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are freddie and peiterson considered your two best batsman?
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looks like South Africa has their hands full with Ireland right now
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