Cricket World Cup 2015

Proteas will win - fans

2015-03-17 13:17
Hashim Amla (Gallo Images)

Cape Town - The Proteas will beat Sri Lanka in their Cricket World Cup quarter-final clash - if Sport24 readers are to be believed.

The Proteas will take on Sri Lanka at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Wednesday at 05:30 SA time.

Sport24 posed the question: "The Proteas will play Sri Lanka in the Cricket World Cup quarter-finals. How do you see the match panning out?"

Some 58% of the respondents opted for the "Victory for SA! Into the semi-finals we go..." option, while 22% believe Wednesday's match will be the "End of the road for AB de Villiers' men".

Some 20% felt the match was "Too close to call...".

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