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ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
World Cup Live: Help Dhoni in defeating Australia with your ball-by-ball expert tips
India versus Australia Cricket World Cup semi-final is in progress. After winning the crucial toss Australia has decided to bat first. Here we give you an opportunity to provide your 'ball-by-ball, over-by-over' expert tips to Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni and his 'Men in Blue' and help them in defeating Australia on their home ground.

Though Australia is having the advantage of home conditions, but with the deadly combination of a superb batting, balling and fielding 'Men in Blue' can disappoint Australians. This deadly combination can get more powerful with your expert tips to captain Dhoni.

Reach out to the 'Comment Box' and share your expert tips with 'Men in Blue'.

In this age of social media, online news sources people's point of view is taken very seriously in planning stage be it politics or governance. So why this can not be applicable to sports also where the playing teams can take expert advise of their fans while finalising their strategy against their opponents.

If India gets successful here at Sydney Cricket ground, they will get the ticket to travel to Melbourne where the New Zealand is waiting for an opponent to play in the final.

Once in the final with the help of your valuable tips here in the semi-final, Team India will surely look forward to you for your support in the final also.

So, don't wait, run your mind and help Dhoni in deciding his ball-by-ball, over-by-over strategy against Australians.

Reach out to the "Comment Box" below and share your expert tips with 'Men in Blue'.

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