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Presented by Steve Rider from Trent Bridge. Cricket World Cup
India v New Zealand
Live coverage from Trent Bridge of the penultimate match in the Super Sixes. India emerged as strong contenders to lift the trophy later this month after a convincing victory over England in the group phase ended the host nation's interest in the tournament. Batsman
Rahul Dravid scored 53 in that match after already impressing with his centuries against Kenya and Sri Lanka.
Outsiders New Zealand created a stir when they qualified from Group B - a six-wicket victory over Scotland in their final game securing their Super Sixes place. New Zealand bowler Geoff Allott was Man of the Match that day and, with 15 victims, finished the group stage as the tournament's leading wicket-taker. Commentary is provided by Richie Benaud and Jonathan Agnew.
Executive producer Martin Hopkins ; Executive editor Dave Gordon * See Jonathan Agnew : page 41


Presented By: Steve Rider
Unknown: Rahul Dravid
Unknown: Geoff Allott
Provided By: Richie Benaud
Provided By: Jonathan Agnew.
Producer: Martin Hopkins
Editor: Dave Gordon
Unknown: Jonathan Agnew

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