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Cricket Predictions

cricket PredictionIn general Prediction refers to a statement about the way things will happen in the future, often but not always based on past experience or knowledge. Prediction is not just a guess work but it is telling the future results with the help of experience. In the context of Cricket, prediction plays a vital role. If you follow some experienced Predictor then the chances of winning increses.

In fact anyone can predict but the outcome of a novice and that of an experienced foreteller differs. you will find lots of cricket predictors on the internet who can predict the winning team. I myself predict in cricket matches which you can find on this page:

Chennai 3.90
Chennai, the most successful side in IPL, topped the group and then reached the final in IPL6. But they were pipped by 23 runs by Mumbai. They are popular because their record in tournaments is second to none. They won the Champions League in 2010. Crucially, Dwayne Bravo has chosen to play for them instead of Trinidad & Tobago. MS Dhoni will lead while Ravi Ashwin's spin could tie the 'touring' teams in knots.

Key man: Mike Hussey top scored in IPL6 with 733 runs. He is involved again and is likely to be among the favourites for top tournament runscorer.

Mumbai 4.40
Despite retirement from IPL, Sachin Tendulkar will play. He will do as he is told by Rohit Sharma, who will lead the IPL champs and winners in 2011. Lasith Malinga, who took 20 wickets in IPL, is out but Mitchell Johnson and Harbhajan Singh both outbowled him so his loss may not be too great. Indeed, the Sri Lankan is the only one from the XI which defeated Chennai who is unavailable.

Key man: Sharma was sixth on the top runscorer lists in IPL and he needs to perform again. There is a concern surrounding the Indians' batting particularly as Tendulkar averaged just 22 in IPL.

Rajasthan 5.70
The Royals, who make their Champions League debut, will be well-fancied although it is likely that punters will feel aggrieved about early prices being no bigger than 6.00. There is a lot to like about this squad, astutely led by Rahul Dravid. Perhaps their greatest quality is a togetherness which often allows them to overcome sides with bigger talents. With 47 wickets between them in IPL, James Faulkner and Kevon Cooper are a potent pace threat.

Key man: Shane Watson has to fire with the bat if the Royals are to go close. He has had a disappointing tour of England, however, and it is probable that fatigue will get the better of him.

Hyderabad (Q) 8.20
The Sunrisers lost out in the IPL eliminator this year and as a result have gone a little unnoticed. They could make the headlines, however, as they have one of the best squads in the tournament. Dale Steyn, who bowled more dots than anyone else, is their gun man with the ball. Then there is Shikhar Dhawan, Cameron White, JP Duminy and Thisara Perera. They have lost Kumar Sangakkara, though.

Key man: Dhawan is the new star of India. He blitzed the bowlers in the Champions Trophy and had he not missed a chunk of the IPL through injury, Sunrisers might have qualified before they did. One to follow for top runscorer.

Titans 8.40
The Titans have three times won the domestic South African T20 so they come with a pedigree which has to be respected. Indeed, there may be some surprise that they are shorter in the betting than the Lions, who won the Ram Slam T20 last season. That they are skinnier is down to the presence of AB De Villiers and Morne Morkel in their squad. Both have IPL experience. The Titans made the semi-finals in 2012 in their first appearance.

Key man: We know about AB and Morne but a bit of extra star dust is required for Titans to throw their weight around. So skipper Jacques Rudolph - their leading scorer in T20 in 2012-13 - has to step up.

Brisbane 9.00
The Big Bash winners have lost the services of Darren Lehmann. His experience of coaching champions in India - he did it with Deccan - will be sorely missed. Stuart Law, the former Lancashire batsman, is his replacement. James Hopes will captain the side but there appears to be a dearth of batting prowess for Indian conditions. They may struggle on slow wickets

Key man: Kemar Roach adds much-needed quality. His pace is a weapon but he can prove too expensive. Each of his 22 wickets have cost 41 runs. He needs to find his radar.

Perth 11.50
If Brisbane find the wickets too slow then Perth have no chance. Used to playing on one of the quickest strips in the world they could find conditions alien. Last year they found it too much and failed to get out of the group stage. Their preparation has been hampered by the loss of all-rounder Mitchell Marsh to a hamstring injury. Marsh's place goes to Hilton Cartwright, who played three times for Perth in the Big Bash last time.

Key man: A toss up between Shaun Marsh and Adam Voges, both of whom have impressed on Australia's tour of England. The former must give fast starts and the latter needs to work the magic at the death.

Lions 11.50
The Lions have a decent record in this competition. They were runners-up in 2010 and they have six wins from ten matches played. That suggests they shouldn't find the conditions too tricky. They can boast IPL winner Sohail Tanvir while Lonwabo Tsotsobe is another class performer with the ball. Alviro Petersen is the skipper and much depends on him, Neil McKenzie and Quinton De Kock, the wicketkeeper, for runs.

Key man: No South Africa scored more T20 runs than De Kock last term. It earned him international recognition but he failed to impress a level above. However, he has been working incredibly hard on his game since and he is capable of some spectacular innings.

Trinidad & Tobago 12.00
If Dwayne Bravo had pinned his colours to the T&T mast then we'd all be rushing to back them. But then again, they wouldn't be as big. No matter. They have a solid spine to this team. Denesh Ramdin, leads well, Darren Bravo, Lendl Simmons and Adrian Barath score the runs while Ravi Rampaul is canny with the ball. They also have Sunil Narine, one of the top T20 bowlers in the world.

Key man: Narine's brand of mystery spin gives T&T the one unique performer in the tournament. In 2012 he bowled Kolkata to IPL glory - finishing as the second -highest wicket-taker - and this year he grabbed 22 victims at 15 each.

Kandurata (Q) 17.00
Wayamba's performance in this tournament in 2009 and 2010 will put off most getting involved again with a Sri Lankan outfit. But we must judge them separately. For a start, Kumar Sangakkara has ditched a $140,000 pay day from the Sunrisers to play for this lot. It is easy to see why. They are star-studded as far as Sri Lanka domestic teams go. Ajantha Mendis, Chamara Silva, Upul Tharanga and Suraj Randiv are all available.

Key man: Nuwan Kulasekera is vital to a squad which lacks pace. He has 62 T20 wickets at 23 and if he stays in good shape then so will Kandurata.

Otago (Q) 26.00
The Kiwi franchise have one appearance in the Champions League behind them and it is one they would rather forget. They didn't win a game. The McCullum brothers will catch the eye but otherwise there is precious little else to get excited about. They may well be the most united squad in the tournament but it would be a surprise if they qualified from the group stage.

Key man: it has to be Brendon McCullum. He can win them a couple of games on their own.

Faisalabad (Q) 30.00
The rags. But at least they're involved. The Pakistan champions were fortunate to be allowed to compete. Their success is helping to thaw Indo-Pak tensions. Otherwise preparation has not been easy. They only found out they could compete this week. Misbah-ul-Haq, the captain, Saeed Ajmal and Ehsan Adil will join up with the squad as soon as the Zim-Pak series is over.

Key man: Ajmal does not have as many tricks as Narine but he rivals the West Indian for top spinner. He will need to perform out of his skin, though, to get Faisalabad out of the group section. That is if they qualify.

You can even follow Shaan Khan on FB, he is one of the best tipper on Facebook. He has been continioulsy providing the tip since the IPL 2013, he has given good amount of Winning predictions in that the IPL series. After that has given unbeatable tip in the Champions Trophy 2013.

He is also going to to provide the Tip for the upcoming tournament "Freinds Life T20" which is going to start on 26th of June 2013. His current charges per match is just Rs. 1,000/- which can be transferd to his bank account before getting the tip.

Below is his Link where you can follow him: Follow Shaan Khan.