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Sun 18 Nov 2012
Highlights of the Momentum One Day Cup match between Cape Cobras and Knights from Boland Park.

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Sports Poll

Zimbabwe trail by 291 runs overnight in their second innings, having already lost five wickets. How will the match against New Zealand end?
NZ will win by an innings and 200+ runs
NZ will win by an innings and 100-199 runs
NZ will win by an innings and 1-99 runs
Zimbabwe will avoid an innings defeat
Any other result