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Ainslie (above) said: "Is he still beatable? Oh yes.
We think this Indian team is beatable and it's just for us to string together good performances to show people that,"
Hafeez, speaking before Australia suffered a 36-run loss to India at the Oval on Sunday, added: "But all teams are beatable ...
Harambee Stars midfielder Francis Kahata is hyping up Kenya's chances of progressing to the knockout stages of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations set for Egypt from June 21, by declaring that each of the 24-teams in this tournament is 'beatable'.As was the case during Kenya's qualification campaign for this tournament, Kahata is - alongside Sweden based Eric Johanna - expected to feature prominently in the team's creative department during the group 'C' matches against Algeria, Senegal, and Tanzania.
That sickening sight of Manny Pacquiao slamming into Juan Manuel Marquez's crushing counter right before lying motionless on the floor reaffirms the belief in Adrien Broner that the Filipino legend is beatable.
While the figures suggest Trump is beatable in 2020, Democrats will have their own challenges.
I think Madrid are beatable over two legs (as Juve almost showed) and Anfield could be a real weapon in defeating them.
"We know they are beatable, definitely, but this is a different game.
Burnley, Everton and Watford all appear beatable but the statistics suggest United will take little to nothing from the other six games.
I have always argued that, while the problem is serious, it is beatable - The Duke of Cambridge on the illegal wildlife trade.
SWANSEA City are beatable. I said at the start of the season, if we could rack up points from these earlier games, that would be great.
But no matter how formidable Aoki appears, Sangiao sees the Japanese legend as beatable especially against Folayang.