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Match predictions for March 17

Don’t take Bangladesh lightly. This time the stars for Bangladesh are much brighter in comparisons to India, predicts Anita Nigam.

cricket Updated: Mar 17, 2007 23:10 IST
Anita Nigam
Anita Nigam

Match 1

India Vs Bangladesh

Don’t take Bangladesh lightly. This time the stars for Bangladesh are much brighter in comparisons to India. Team India should be very careful and attentive. They should not take opponents lightly and they should be very alert. A single mistake and carelessness will be harmful for Indians.

In this match, some silly mistakes will take heavy toll on some of our senior players. Baring two yungsters, the performance of young players will not be up to the mark. If Indians remain over confident in this match, they will have to face adverse results or may be they find themselves in a shameful position. Run rate will be slow for team India.

There are the chances of Duckworth Lewis method to decide this match. The Indian spectators should worship Lord Hanumanji to protect their prestige and keep the finger crossed during the match time. The planetary positions are favourable for Bangladesh.

Rahul Dravid, Sourav Ganguly and Yuvraj Singh will perform well as a batsman. In bowling, Munaf Patel, Zaheer Khan, and Harbhajan Singh will show good performance.


India 30%
Bangladesh 40%
Duckworth Lewis 30%

Match 2

Pakistan vs Ireland

Ireland will be in high spirit after a tie with Zimbabwe. But this time situation will be entirely different. This will be a one-sided match. Pakistan will show their best play and make Ireland struggle in batting as well as in bowling.

Stars of Ireland are not in their favoring this time as it was during Zimbabwe encounter. After a powerful performance by Pakistan, match will be in their hands.


Pakistan 85%
Ireland 15%

First Published: Mar 17, 2007 23:08 IST

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