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India has the World Cup final it longed for, but Mike Atherton is siding with Sri Lanka in mesmerised Mumbai.
Bumble expects a fantastic World Cup Final if the players don't get carried away in the hysteria.
Bumble blogs on bad Sri Lankan TV, Pakistan's semi with India and a case of mistaken identity.
Jamie Hunt blogs on how England's defunct World Cup kit is helping to put smiles on Sri Lankan faces.
England's plans are in place for Saturday, says Mike Atherton, but can they solve their inconsistency?
Bob Willis is ready for some titanic tussles as he previews the long-awaited World Cup quarter-finals.
James Tredwell and Luke Wright have shown why England should be willing to adapt, says Bumble.
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