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Should non-Test-playing countries, like Kenya, Canada, The Netherlands and Ireland, have been included in the ongoing World Cup? Why?

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Asked by Cricket Poll, 21 Feb '11 03:49 pm
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Yes True U KNOW THE MEANING OF WORLD CUP ? ALL COUNTRIES SHOULD PLAY AND THE BEST TEAM WINS. OTHERWISE DONT MENTION AS WORLD CUP....SAY ITS 14 or -10 COUNTRIES JUST A WINNERS CUP. (DONT USE THE WORD WORLD CUP.
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Answered by Pudupakam Vijaya Kumar Ravi Kumar, 21 Feb '11 08:52 pm

 
  
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Yes. otherwise India would have nobody to beat in this tournament.
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Answered by Deepu Nalamparth, 21 Feb '11 08:36 pm

 
  
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Who will win world cup ?
Answered by devisingh, 24 Feb '11 01:51 pm

 
  
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No
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Answered by Manoj Pandya, 22 Feb '11 08:24 pm

 
  
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World cup fever
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Answered by Vasant Wedu Bagul, 22 Feb '11 06:04 pm

 
  
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The formats for World Cup and Tests are different. So, there may not be any objection. This is despite the fact that countries like Canada and Kenya have the capacity of elevating some countries unfairly.
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Answered by Kompella Harinarayana, 22 Feb '11 05:55 pm

 
  
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No
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Answered by sunita balayan, 22 Feb '11 05:48 pm

 
  
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Yes surely & should give more opportunities to play against test playing nations. What ICC is going to achieve from this? For promoting the cricket in those nations it is must. each & every thing should not be looked for money only.
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Answered by sitaram sharnangat, 22 Feb '11 05:21 pm

 
  
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Once upon a time India,Pakisthan,Srilanka,Bangla are also non-Test Playing Countries now they become legends...same like that we need to encourage the small teams..and we need to give them experience to play more cricket as well as onedays test Matched and T20s .. so that they will get good experience and in future this teams also rules like australlia and south africe. small teams will get experience by playing with legend cricket teams,, and upcoming cricketers will get good experience by plaing with Tendulkar,Sehwag Gambhir Dhoni Yousuf pathan,Sahid afride bravo peterson and other legends like ricky ponting.... they will get good experince as well as money for their carreres so we need to encourage new cricketrs and make them legends if we take teams like India Bangladesh South Africe England Westindies in that group Ireland and Netherlands teams are there in last world cup this teams are created history by beating big teams and in big Series like world cup more enjoyement and crick ...more
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Answered by Pratap.Singari, 22 Feb '11 05:01 pm

 
  
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Yes,

because, its a world cup.... !
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Answered by Amit Chaurasia, 22 Feb '11 05:01 pm

 
  
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