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Well it doesn't matter who the Windies put out on the field they're gonna bottle it like they have been doing throughout this competition, I've never seen a side loss so many games that they were in the driving seat to win, them boys better not come back home
Posted 13:05 23rd March 2011
I com-pletely agree with Frankie. There are some great hitters of ball in West Indies, but when it comes to consistency and lead the team in dire situations Chanderpaul is as good as any in the world. Hope he retains his position tomorrow as he is the key man for the team. Hope the team wins tomorrow. Best wishes.
Posted 00:07 23rd March 2011
It.Is a shame that Chanderpaul was dropped in the last 2 games(knew of it only today) They need him to play tommorow since he is the most experienced one in the side and he can stay at the wicket while the other batsman slug the ball.The west Indies ran out of wickets,Shiv could have made the difference if he was there.He is slow but sure!LET HIM PLAY TOMMOROW(THATS THE CRY OF MOST WEST INDIANS IN lONDON),He can produce the goods when needed.
Posted 14:20 22nd March 2011