Vettori out of Black Caps must-win game

Vettori out of Black Caps must-win game

Auckland : New Zealand | Oct 01, 2012 at 2:46 AM PDT
Source: New Zealand Infotech Weekly
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New Zealand's premier bowler, Daniel Vettori, is out of tonight's final Super 8s match, due to an Achilles tendon strain. The Black Caps have to beat the West Indies to have any chance of qualifying for the Twenty20 World Cup semifinals. Provided they beat the Windies, then they have to sit and... FULL ARTICLE AT New Zealand Infotech Weekly
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