Are you a cricket enthusiasts? This news might shock you that ICC World Cup 2015 is fixed. Is Cricket World Cup 2015 fixed? This is the question that is being raised by every cricket fan across the world, but the reason behind this question is also perfect because of some authentic proofs that are in favor of this sort of questions.
In the recent days, a message at Whatsapp goes viral, but this message is much perfect and the reality in this message proves that the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is fixed. A message on Whatsapp claims that Cricket World Cup 2015 is fixed that is being played in Australia and New Zealand.
Stats and figures that are shown in the message have come true and results of the matches have matched the stats as well. The main part of this message is about defending champion that India will not be able to defend their title and moreover they will be beaten by Zimbabwe in their upcoming meeting.
The spot of India in the semi final is for sure, but they will be defeated by Australia and before semi final India will beat New Zealand in the quarter final match too. Sri Lanka is also there to register their pioneer victory against Pakistan in the World Cup 2015.
On the counter side, the South African team is going to become the champion of World Cup after they beat Australia in the final match.
It says India will reach the semi-final but lose to Australia while South Africa will beat Sri Lanka in the other last-four game. The predicted 8 quarter-finalists are – New Zealand, India, Australia, Zimbabwe, England, South Africa, Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
About tomorrow’s (February 22) India-South Africa clash, it is “victory” for the Proteas at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG). Till Friday (February 20), all 9 winners from the message are right, including the shock victory of Ireland over West Indies.
This could just be a coincidence. Whether the rest of the predictions come true are not, we have to wait and watch.
The right results from the message so far (till February 20)
Match 1: New Zealand beat Sri Lanka
Match 2: Australia beat England
Match 3: South Africa beat Zimbabwe
Match 4: India won against Pakistan
Match 5: Ireland beat West Indies
Match 6: New Zealand beat Scotland
Match 7: Bangladesh beat Afghanistan
Match 8: Zimbabwe beat United Arab Emirates
Match 9: New Zealand beat England
Wrong result (February 21)
Match 10: West Indies beat Pakistan by 150 runs