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Pakistan's spot of bother

With the spot-fixing scandal rumbling on, can Shahid Afridi refocus his team to challenge England in the ODIs? Plus a look at how England might line up in the World Cup (30:09)

September 9, 2010

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Posted by VIJAYASEKARAN on (September 13, 2010, 14:17 GMT)

WINNING FORMULA

IF AFRIDI OPENS THE INNINGS WITH KAMRAN AND THEN IF ASAD SHAFIQ & UMAR AKMAL FOLLOWS THEM THEN IN ANY MATCH THEY CAN EASILY GIVE SOUND SCORING RATE.

THEN WHENEVER AFIDI MAKES FIFTY ALREADY THE GAME OVER & WIN IS SURE.

THE ABOVE FOUR CAN SCORE MORE THAN 200 RUNS IN 30 OVERS.

IF YOUSUF, FAWAD ALAM,AZAR ALI BATS FURTHER 20 OVERS WITH GUL,AJMAL,AHTAR & RAZZAQ THEN 325 CAN BE REACHED.

IF AFIDI FIRES ON THE TOP OF THE ORDER THEN OPPOSITE BOWLERS WILL LOOSE THEIR CONTROL AND VERY EASY FOR OTHERS TO HIT.

MANY MATCH PAKISTAN OWN WITH AFIDI AS OPENER.

ITS VERY CLEAR WITH SOHAIL & ANWAR PARTNERSHIP WITH GOOD SCORING RATE GAVE BIG ADVANTAGE FOR PAKISTAN.

IF HAFEEZ PLAYS LIKE TEST MATCH THEN ASKING RATE WILL CLIMB UP AND WICKETS WILL FALL AUTOMATICALLY.

EVERYTHING IN AFIDIS HAND.

Posted by hnurbhai on (September 13, 2010, 13:54 GMT)

good stuff! pak need to win...

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