Monday, 3 May 2010

SL vs. Zimbabwe.... Game On !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

A "Banana skinner" for SL




Murali has been ruled out of the ICC T20WC 2010, a big blow for Sri Lanka obviously as he needs no explanation why, he is a legendary performer. In an hour or two Lankans take on Zimbabwe in a do or die situation. Ultimately and realistically, Lankans should win this considering their seeding, resources of world class players and the bounty of experienced heads to come to the fold when it matters on days like today. However, the Zimbabwe team have had a resounding and highly successful preparation campaign with wins over Australia and Pakistan, yes this is not a typo, its Australia and Pakistan okay, two leading forces! They aren't to be underestimated! Moreover, in T20 cricket "impossible is nothing!" So we may be in for an upset here, I enthusiastically say as I want some "drama" on the field today! We have called the upset here first at BBK ;-)

http://www.cricinfo.com/world-twenty20-2010/engine/current/match/412686.html

4 comments:

greyblazer said...

Zimb have 6 slow bowling options and the Guyana pitch can be slow. Price and Utseya can really bowl well on that pitch.

Chigumbura and Blignaut are big hitters coming in at 6 and 7. So they can't be taken lightly.

Maz said...

The Lankans won by 14 runs on the D/L method in a rain affected match!

Mahela Jayawardene scored a ton, the 4th in int T20 cricket and the second of the tournament, the first coming fro Suresh Raina yesterday off just 60 balls in a match India won againt RSA by 14 runs as well incidentally!

Anyhows, Zimbabwe will have another chance to make a name for themselves tomorrow when they take on NZ!

achettup said...

Sorry, this is off-topic. just a quick note to thank you for linking to Short of a Length and letting you know I've linked back... please take a look at my blogroll and see if its okay or let me know if you'd like it changed.

Cheers,

Achettup

Maaaaz @ BBK (Maza786) said...

Thanks Ach, it is fine as it is ;-)

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