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Food World Cup - the final showdown!
Around the Academy:

Will fish and chips get Nasser's men far?
Whose national dish will fuel them to victory?
The Food World Cup has reached its climax, with the semi-finals completed and just two teams left to battle it out for victory!

We've taken eight of the world's top cricket teams and taken a closer look at a typical dish from their countries.

They'll earn runs if their cuisine is healthy and tasty, but their wickets are in danger of tumbling if they serve up fatty, unpleasant or downright disgusting grub.

The Aussies go mad for their tucker
Will Australia be celebrating again?

There are all kind of foods on display, with colours and flavours from across the globe.

Teams score runs in three categories: taste, appearance and nutritional value. If it's brilliant it scores a six, but if it's a dud it could go for a duck.

With such a huge variety on offer, who knows what the outcome will be - and the results of our very unscientific survey may surprise you!

Australia were too good for South Africa in the first semi-final, while India saw off the West Indies in the second.

But which of these cricketing giants has won the ultimate culinary prize?


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