Numerological Prediction for England vs SriLanka Quarterfinal Cricket World Cup 2011 Match

Here are my predictions for the England  Versus Srilanka Quarterfinal Match in the 2011 World Cup

Match Predictions

  • Toss Prediction: 55% chance England will win the toss due to the blessing of planet “Jupiter” (symbol of success).
  • First Batting: 70% chance England as winning the toss England would like to bat 1st.
  • Match Winner: Sri-Lanka: 54% and England: 46%

Performing Players Predictions

Sri-Lankan Players

  • Kumar Sangakkara: 75% chance of a good score by the blessing of planet “Jupiter” (symbol for highest success).
  • Mahela Jayawardene: 60% chance of a big score by the virtue of planet “Jupiter” (symbol of achievement/success).
  • Dilshan: 65%  chance of a good score  by the good will of “Jupiter”
  • Murali: 80% chance of a 3+wicket haul by the blessing of “Neptune”.

England Players

  • Andrew Strauss:  60% chance of a leading role in the match by the blessing of most vulnerable Star “Mars “ (Symbol of fight to end).
  • J Trott: 70 % chance of a key role by the virtue of “Neptune “, give energy to fight enemy
  • Ian Bell: 55% chance of a key role by the blessing of “Sun-God “ (symbol of fame and success).
  • Collingwood: 50% chance of a good match, by the virtue of great “Saturn” ( give energy to dismantle opponents)
  • Swann: 75% chance of a 3+ wkt haul by the blessing of the dangerous “Saturn “ (power to damage opposite side).
  • James Tredwell: 60%, by the blessing of great “Jupiter”, always stands for success.
  • Bresnan: 55% chance for a 2 wkt haul by the blessing of “Sun-God” (always stands for grand success).
  • Ravi Bopara: 50% chance of a 2-wkt haul  by the virtue of great “Uranus” source of secret energy.

Stars are standing solidly for both teams, but Sri Lanka  may win by 54:46. England will give stiff fight.

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