Here is a small post looking ahead to the Quarter Finals and my predictions for the Semi Finals.Read the post to know the predictions for the Semi Finals!

ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Quarter Final Line Ups and Semi Final Predictions

So all the group matches of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 are done and dusted and the Points Table’s of Pool A and Pool B are finalised. Here is a small post looking ahead to the Quarter Finals and my predictions for the Semi Finals.Read the post to know the predictions for the Semi Finals!

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