Campaign India Team
Mar 04, 2011

Campaign India Adland Predictions: ICC World Cup 2011

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

Campaign India Adland Predictions: ICC World Cup 2011

 

Starting today, Campaign India brings you Adland's Predictions for each of the ICC World Cup matches taking place every day. GroupM's Hiren Pandit, Octogon's Prashant Singh and Campaign India's Anant Rangaswami will each predict the results of the next ICC World Cup match.

Agree or disagree with what each of these cricket fans has to say? Send us your own take on the daily matches by emailing Radhika at radhika@haymarket.co.in

New Zealand vs Zimbabwe

 

Prashant Singh

My money is on NZ, but this one will be a closely fought match. If ZIM can score 275 plus, they could give NZ a run for the money or if ZIM can restrict NZ to fewer than 240, they could spring a surprise. Both teams are looking to really kickstart their tournament, and this could provide the right ingredients. But my money is on NZ.

 

 

Anant Rangaswami

I'm going to put my neck out on this one. The match will be one-sided, with New Zealand winning easily.

 

 

 

Hiren Pandit

I am going to be with New Zealand on this one.  They are playing against a weaker team.

 

 

Bangladesh vs West Indies

 

Prashant Singh

Bangladesh gets my vote. Bangla spinners will do the trick, Windies does not have the bowling to defend a score it will make, Bangla on home ground is very dangerous. They recently beat NZ 5 nil.

 

 

Anant Rangaswami

Despite the home advantage and an impressive home record, I'll say West Indies will just nick this one.

 

 

 

Hiren Pandit

Even though Bangladesh has a home team advantage, I am going to go with West Indies on this one. They are in good nick.

 

 

Stay tuned for more predictions everyday. 

Source:
Campaign India

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