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Cricket World Cup - 2007

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Group A

Australia

Ricky Ponting ©

Adam Gilchrist (W)

Nathan Bracken

Michael Clarke

Brad Haddin (W)

Matthew Hayden

Brad Hodge

Brad Hogg

Michael Hussey

Mitchell Johnson

Brett Lee

Glenn McGrath

Andrew Symonds

Shaun Tait

Shane Watson

South Africa

Graeme Smith ©

Loots Bosman

Mark Boucher

AB de Villiers

Herschelle Gibbs

Andrew Hall

Jacques Kallis

Justin Kemp

Charl Langeveldt

Andre Nel

Makhaya Ntini

Robin Peterson

Shaun Pollock

Ashwell Prince

Roger Telemachus

Scotland

Luuk van Troost ©

Peter Borren

Daan van Bunge

Ryan ten Doeschate

Mark Jonkman

Muhammad Kashif

Alexei Kervezee

Tim de Leede

Adeel Raja

Darron Reekers

Edgar Schiferli

Jeroen Smits

Billy Stelling

Eric Szwarczynski

Bas Zuiderent.

Netherlands

Luuk van Troost ©

Peter Borren

Dan van Bunge

Atse Buurman

Ryan ten Doeschate

Tom de Grooth

Mark Jonkman

Muhammad Kashif

Alexei Kervezee

Tim de Leede

Maurits van Nierop

Adeel Raja

Darron Reekers

Edgar Schiferli

Pieter Seelaar

Jeroen Smits

William Stelling

Eric Szwarzcynski

Bas Zuiderent

Group B

Sri Lanka

Mahela Jayawardene ©

Kumar Sangakkara

Sanath Jayasuriya

Upul Tharanga

Marvan Atapattu

Tillakaratne Dilshan

Russel Arnold

Chamara Silva

Chaminda Vaas

Farveez Maharoof

Lasith Malinga

Dilhara Fernando

Nuwan Kulasekara

Muttiah Muralidaran

Malinga Bandara

India

Rahul Dravid ©

Sachin Tendulkar (VC)

Sourav Ganguly

Robin Uthappa

Dinesh Karthik

MS Dhoni

Anil Kumble

Harbhajan Singh

Munaf Patel

S Sreesanth

Irfan Pathan

Yuvraj Singh

Virender Sehwag

Ajit Agarkar

Zaheer Khan

Bangladesh

Habibul Bashar ©

Shahriar Nafees

Tamim Iqbal

Aftab Ahmed

Saqibul Hasan

Mohammad Ashraful

Mushfiqur Rahim

Mohammad Rafique

Abdur Razzak

Mashrafe Mortaza

Shahadat Hossain

Tapash Baisya

Syed Rasel

Rajin Saleh

Javed Omar

Bermuda

Irving Romaine ©

Dean Minors (VC)

Delyone Borden

Lionel Cann

David Hemp

Kevin Hurdle

Malachi Jones

Stefan Kelly

Dwayne Leverock

Saleem Mukuddem

Stephen Outerbridge

Oliver Pitcher

Clay Smith

Janeiro Tucker

Kwame Tucker

Group C

New Zealand

Stephen Fleming ©

Shane Bond

James Franklin

Peter Fulton

Mark Gillespie

Michael Mason

Brendon McCullum (W)

Craig McMillan

Jacob Oram

Jeetan Patel

Scott Styris

Ross Taylor

Daryl Tuffey

Daniel Vettori

Lou Vincent

England

Michael Vaughan ©

Ed Joyce

Ian Bell

Andrew Strauss

Kevin Pietersen

Paul Collingwood

Andrew Flintoff

Paul Nixon (W)

Ravinder Bopara

Jamie Dalrymple

Monty Panesar

Jon Lewis

James Anderson

Liam Plunkett

Sajid Mahmood

Kenya

Steve Tikolo ©

Thomas Odoyo (VC)

Ravindu Shah

Tanmay Mishra

Collins Obuya

Peter Ongondo

Nehemiah Odhiambo

Morris Ouma

Malhar Patel

Hiren Varaiya

David Obuya

Rajesh Bhudia

Jimmy Kamande

Tony Suji

Lameck Onyango

Canada

John Davison ©

Qaiser Ali

Ashish Bagai

Geoff Barnett

Umar Bhatti

Ian Billcliff

Desmond Chumney

George Codrington

Austin Codrington

Anderson Cummins

Sunil Dhaniram

Ashif Mulla

Henry Osinde

Abdool Samad

Kevin Sandher

Group D

Pakistan

Inzamam ul-Haq ©

Younis Khan (VC)

Mohammad Hafeez

Imran Nazir

Mohammad Yousuf

Shoaib Malik

Abdul Razzaq

Shahid Afridi

Kamran Akmal

Shoaib Akhtar

Mohammad Asif

Umar Gul

Danish Kaneria

Rana Naved-ul-Hasan

Rao Iftikhar Anjum

West Indies

Brian Lara ©

Ramnaresh Sarwan

Chris Gayle

Dwayne Smith

Shivnarine Chanderpaul

Dwayne Bravo

Marlon Samuels

Ian Bradshaw

Corey Collymore

Jerome Taylor

Denesh Ramdin

Devon Smith

Lendl Simmons

Daren Powell

Kieron Pollard

Zimbabwe

Prosper Utseya ©

Gary Brent

Chamu Chibhabha

Elton Chigumbura

Keith Dabengwa

Terry Duffin

Anthony Ireland

Friday Kasteni

Stuart Matsikenyeri

Christopher Mpofu

Tawanda Mupariwa

Ed Rainsford

Vusi Sibanda

Brendan Taylor

Sean Williams

Ireland

Trent Johnston ©

Kyle McCallan

Andre Botha

Jeremy Bray

Ken Carroll

Peter Gillespie

David Langford-Smith

John Mooney

Paul Mooney

Eoin Morgan

Kevin O'Brien

Niall O'Brien

William Porterfield

Boyd Rankin

Andrew White

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This is who i think will get through to the next round. For the most part its not hard to guess.

Group A

Australia

South Africa

Group B

Sri Lanka

India

Group C

New Zealand

England

Group D

Pakistan

West Indies

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This is who i think will get through to the next round. For the most part its not hard to guess.

Group A

Australia

South Africa

Group B

Sri Lanka

India

Group C

New Zealand

England

Group D

Pakistan

West Indies

It is a walk over for all these teams. They should just start of with the super eight

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It is a walk over for all these teams. They should just start of with the super eight

Nah, there's nothing better than an unknown team beating a "super eight" team.

I remember when Bangladesh beat Australia , I was in shock for a week.

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Thank you, ykick.

All I can say is LONG LIVE PANESAR! Looking forward to this very much! :D

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I WILL SUPPORT SOUTH AFRICA FOR THE CUP , IT WILL BE GREAT BUT I AM A SPORTS SUPPORTER IT IS GOING TO BE GREAT YEAR WHITH THE WORLDCUP RUGBY ASWELL + F1

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Nice to see all those traditional Celtic names in the Scotland team..........

Luuk van Troost

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Nah, there's nothing better than an unknown team beating a "super eight" team.

I remember when Bangladesh beat Australia , I was in shock for a week.

see as long as the super eight teams get into the super eight it is all the same to me

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see as long as the super eight teams get into the super eight it is all the same to me

More than likely they will.

I also like watching the unknown teams playing each other , to see which team is improving the most.

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With Australia's 2nd loss against New Zealand and our 4th loss in a row Australia has slipped to number 2 in the ODI World Rankings. South Africa is now officially the best One Day team in the world.

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With Australia's 2nd loss against New Zealand and our 4th loss in a row Australia has slipped to number 2 in the ODI World Rankings. South Africa is now officially the best One Day team in the world.

THANK YOU I AM HAPPY YOU NOTICE :clap3:

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:lolyes::lolyes::lolyes::lolyes::lolyes::lolyes::lolyes::lolyes:

Indeed, oi, oi, oi...............not!

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If ever there was an example of someone being selected on past performances and his name, it has to be Strauss. I know Loye hasn't been much better, if better at all, but I think he is - or was - on the verge of string together a few good performances, like Joyce has done. Plus he offers more to our attack than Strauss does at this time, perhaps even when he's on form.

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THANK YOU I AM HAPPY YOU NOTICE :clap3:

Yes!!! Welcome to the Forum, good to have another South African here, Pity about the name :D

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Yes!!! Welcome to the Forum, good to have another South African here, Pity about the name :D

yes, go South Africa!!!!!...

I still don't like our captain and that buffon Nel, but Istill support my country for this big event!!!!

Hey Wez, nice super 14 results hey!!!!!!!

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Australia is a dangerous team when their pride has been broken. I don't think that happened until they lost the first one dayer in NZ....

I predict a Aust. whitewash....

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Australia is a dangerous team when their pride has been broken. I don't think that happened until they lost the first one dayer in NZ....

I predict a Aust. whitewash....

yes, but there must be a question mark over their* morale.... they've lost 4 games in a row, even with resting 3 star players, 7 of the team played....

I remember the 1998/99 World Cup....not in good form for most of the tournament but suddenly, when it mattered most, they bounced back and won empathically!!!!

EDIT: *

Edited by BradSpeedMan

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yes, go South Africa!!!!!...

I still don't like our captain and that buffon Nel, but Istill support my country for this big event!!!!

Hey Wez, nice super 14 results hey!!!!!!!

yes do you someone who like him "Smith" he is just "bek en geen binnegoed" Nel sometimes I like but only

sometimes. But I support our team.

GO CHEETAHS GO FOR SUPER 14

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yes, but there must be a question mark over their* morale.... they've lost 4 games in a row, even with resting 3 star players, 7 of the team played....

I remember the 1998/99 World Cup....not in good form for most of the tournament but suddenly, when it mattered most, they bounced back and won empathically!!!!

EDIT: *

Brad i think something after the astrik is needed.

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yes, but there must be a question mark over their* morale.... they've lost 4 games in a row, even with resting 3 star players, 7 of the team played....

I remember the 1998/99 World Cup....not in good form for most of the tournament but suddenly, when it mattered most, they bounced back and won empathically!!!!

EDIT: *

Brad i think something after the astrik is needed.

I think this is what the astrik means:

* the world class, super duper all conquering Australian Cricket team's

:P

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