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 Pragyan Ojha has done relatively well in all three seasons of IPL, same is the case with Amit Mishra who has done really well, but you have to see in this format of t20 cricket, if you have somebody like Harbhajan Singh or Yusuf Pathan, Ravinder Jadeja, who have been doing this job of bowling with batting, in this equation Piyush Chawla gets an edge and he is the best fielder among the lot. We need somebody who can do a bit of batting at the same time. Captains get greedy by saying that you don't need a batsman at number 8 but there is no harm. 
— Mahendra Singh Dhoni is happy with the inclusion of Piyush Chawla in the squad / April 28, 2010
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 I respect his decision, whatever he says because he has done well, given his services to Indian cricket for the last 20 years, if he decides something than we should just respect it. 
— Mahendra Singh Dhoni respects Sachin's decision not to play in the T20 World Cup in the Carribean / April 28, 2010
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 This tournament is about making sure we fulfil that potential we have. It's a huge tournament. It's a form of the game that Australia hasn't been as successful at as we'd like. Our form over the last 12 months has certainly improved and is much better. It's a tournament that we haven't won yet. We want to make sure we play to our potential. We've got a really strong squad for these conditions. 
— Michael Clarke leading the country for the first time in a Global tournament / April 27, 2010
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 That's the one thing we haven't done in our previous world championships for Twenty20, we've had the talent but we haven't played as well as we'd would like, 
— Michael Clarke leading the country for the first time in a Global tournament / April 27, 2010
 I was happy with the way the pace was coming through, late 140s. Unfortunately I broke my thumb which put me out for about eight days. I'm back now. I'm playing with it broken and I'm fine. I put my body on the line and try to go flat out. That's just the way I'll always play cricket. 
— Brett Lee / April 27, 2010
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 I'm not here to carry the drinks, I'm here to play cricket. We've got four guys who can bowl over 150 clicks which is a bit like the 1980s West Indies set-up. 
— Brett Lee / April 27, 2010
 He's a proven Twenty20 performer. He probably needs to step up a little on the international form of the game but he knows what he's doing. To have him back in the team will make a huge difference. But McCullum at the top of the order is the real key. If he has a good tournament I think the team will fire. 
— Daniel Vettori on Ross Taylor / April 27, 2010
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 It's important to improve, we've got Bond and McCullum to come back in and Taylor, they're three pretty crucial players for us. Getting those guys back in the team will be important. West Indies look like a really good team and I think they'd be one of the favourites on their home grounds, so if we can perform against them then we know we're in good shape. 
— Daniel Vettori is satisfied with their warm-up match win against Ireland / April 27, 2010
 We're satisfied with the win and satisfied with some individual performances, Jesse was outstanding at top and Guptill finished it off pretty well, and Nathan McCullum was outstanding with the ball. On a wicket like that you've got to be inch perfect because it's so slow. 
— Daniel Vettori is satisfied with their warm-up match win against Ireland / April 27, 2010
 Winning the tournament is our target - it's as simple as that. We have a more aggressive batting line- up than in any competition in the past. We could really hurt the opposition. 
— Andy Flower on England's chances in the Twenty20 World Cup / April 24, 2010
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