England keeps chances alive with clinical win
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England keeps chances alive with clinical win

Auckland : New Zealand | Sep 29, 2012 at 11:03 PM PDT
Source: The Hindu
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England's top order worries are not over yet, but New Zealand's jittery batsmen did not put enough on the board to seriously test the surprisingly unchanged batting line-up of the defending champion. Needing 149 for a win in its second Super Eights game of the ICC World T20 tournament here, England chased... FULL ARTICLE AT The Hindu
 
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