Two group 'B' teams, South Africa and Ireland will be playing the 34th match of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 at Kolkata's historical and the largest cricket stadium in India, Eden Gardens stadium on Tuesday, March 15.

South Africa will be beaming with confidence following their stunning win against India in the closely contested game when they take on Ireland at Kolkota on March 15th. Ireland on the other hand would like to go the distance this time around after their close finish against West Indies in the previous game.

Who will win this match?

This is the event horary chart cast for the date, time and place where the match was to be held:

After looking at the chart I left the following post on the Horary section of the Astrologyweekly Forum one day before the match.

The Ascendant ruler and Lord 10 represents one team; the Descendant ruler and Lord 4 (being the 10th house from the 7th) represents the other team. Who is signified by the ASC ruler and who is signified by the DSC ruler in this chart?

I use the colour method to assign rulers for teams. I attributed Su/yellow in Pi/green to South Africa. Ireland's sport's kit is represented by the ruler of the DSC, Sa/black in Li/green..

In cricket matches we use the same rules as in football matches except for one: we look for the Moon's aspects within 13 degrees (for a one day match) or until the end of the Moon's present sign if the Moon is at a later degree then 17 degrees .

So, what do we have here? We have only one aspect from the Moon: a trine with Lord 1! It is the Moon's only aspect and its final aspect so it is significant. Next, we have the Arabian part Point of Victory at 10Le31, on the cusp of the ASC! Both aspects favour the ASC team! So, my prediction was that the South Africa would win !


After the match on the http://www.dnaindia.com/ website I read the following text:

"World Cup: South Africa spank Ireland by 131 runs, qualify for quarter-finals!

Morne Morkel and Robin Peterson scalped three wickets apiece after JP Duminy struck a brilliant 99 to enable South Africa register a thumping 131-run win over Ireland and become the first team to qualify for the quarter-finals from Group B in Kolkata on Tuesday."