Campaign India Team
Mar 07, 2011

Campaign India Adland Predictions: ICC World Cup 2011 - Canada vs Kenya

Campaign India brings you Adland's Predictions for each of the ICC World Cup matches daily

Campaign India Adland Predictions: ICC World Cup 2011 - Canada vs Kenya

 

Continuing our series of Campaign India ICC World Cup Predictions, we bring you the predictions for Monday’s match between Canada and Kenya. For the first time since we began this series, each of our ‘predictors’ have chosen to side with Kenya.
 
Agree or disagree? Send us your take on any of the matches that are set to take place over the coming week at radhika@haymarket.co.in
 
Canada vs Kenya
 
Prashant Singh
 
Kenya is the more experienced of the two. Having given Pakistan a scare in Colombo, Canada would feel they are slightly ahead going in to this one. But Kenya has the pedigree. Both teams are evenly matched. At Kotla, expect turn and low. The spinners will like the surface. I’d go with Kenya.
 
 
Anant Rangaswami
 
Kenya is, without the magical win that Ireland had, the most underrated of the 'minnows'. Canada has been low energy. Kenya will win this one.
 
 
 
Hiren Pandit
 
There's not much to choose between these two teams, but I'll go for Kenya as they've got plenty of World Cup experience.

 

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