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Friday, January 28, 2011

World cup: Vaughan puts money on India, Pakistan

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan says his money is on India or Pakistan to win the upcoming cricket World Cup.
The former captain said he was sure that one of the four teams from the subcontinent would win the World Cup. He says that Bangladesh was not good enough yet, and the current crop of Sri Lankan players are not up to the mark. He termed India as the clear favourite, however he said that Pakistan was another team to watch out for.
In an online ODI preview, Vaughan praised India’s Virender Sehwag as a match winner:
People talk about him as one of the great entertainers but that only tells half the story. Those big sixes at the top of the order are great to watch but dispatching the opening bowlers to every part of the ground also puts the opposition under huge pressure from very early on. He scores plenty of runs and he scores them very quickly and is probably the player in world cricket who is most capable of winning a match on his own.
On Pakistan, Vaughan said that the team may be missing three crucial players but even without them there is enough talent to make a win possible. According to him, Pakistan will go with Misbahul Haq as their captain.
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