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World Cup Fever is in the air – It is not just contagious, but also highly infectious. Our community too has been showing symptoms of this viral fever off late. Here we shall share some of the side effects in the form of posts/opinions shared by our contributor DS

India seek to continue the Winning Momentum against South Africa in Melbourne 

India and South Africa will both play their second games tomorrow i.e. 22nd February. The team who wins this Pool B match might decide who will top this Pool. In addition, get even the right to play either England or Bangladesh (who knows they might just sneak in if their match against the Australians is washed out today due to cyclone Marcia). Read the complete match preview before India takes South Africa in Melbourne Tomorrow.

A Look Back at Tim Southee’s 7-33 against England at Wellington

Tim Southee put on a high class exhibition of swing bowling as he had the ball talking and none of the English batsmen were able to decipher what was being thrown at them. Let us look back at how he got those 7 wickets one by one. From Wicket number 1 to wicket number 7 here is a complete description of how Tim Southee took 7 wickets against England. 

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Tim Southee Rips Apart England in a Crushing Kiwi Win

In the ongoing Cricket World Cup, Team New Zealand is looking not just powerful, but unbeatable, they are going stronger and stronger with each match. Read here to know all about their latest win against ENGLAND where Tim Southee with his swing show destroyed England with a career best figures of 7-33 at Westpac, Wellington.

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