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    Thought KP was a goner but it sailed over.

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    Gone now.

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    Lukey in about four or five overs earlier than I'd like really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by four_or_six View Post
    Typical KP - a DLF and then out next ball.
    Ugh DLF, makes me want to stop watching.

    Well this is going a bit rubbish.

    Ugh Luke Wright


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    Seeing as some of you missed it first time round:

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    Keep discussion to the match, any posts about foreigners or South Africans will be deleted.

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    These South Africans. where are they flooding from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pothas View Post
    Ugh DLF, makes me want to stop watching.

    Well this is going a bit rubbish.

    Ugh Luke Wright
    Just messing.

    Luke Wright = awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pothas View Post
    These South Africans. where are they flooding from?
    Brilliant.

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    I was delighted that we decided to field first because i think England are stronger in the batting department and they made a very good start but boy our lads have responded well, getting KP was crucial and Sammy is on fire right now, if we can keep this below 160 then we've got a chance i think, but of course it all depends on whether Gayle and Pollard are in the mood.
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    dammit Wright stop stealing the strike
    Dave Mohammed >>>> You

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingerfurball View Post
    seeing as some of you missed it first time round:

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    Super spell from Sammy. If The Windies get over the line (and I'm backing them to from here) they owe him a big debt of gratitude.

    Morgan & Wright getting bogged down here. Can see a big heave and a crash of timber v soon.
    - As featured in The Independent.

    "Predictably, the ending of his international career did not end the argument about Pietersen's merits, as an army of informed commentators and Piers Morgan weighed in to defend or attack him."
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    Wright's trying to hit it hard and find the boundary, but just can't seem to pick the gaps atm. The medium pace does seem to be working for the Windies atm. Colly + Wright could have a job to do with the ball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Pietersen View Post
    Wright's trying to hit it hard and find the boundary, but just can't seem to pick the gaps atm. The medium pace does seem to be working for the Windies atm. Colly + Wright could have a job to do with the ball.
    Maybe Colly more so than Wright. But we're looking well short for mine.

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    One thing for sure is Gibson has really improved our bowling attack since he arrived, it took out Ireland without breaking a sweat and now it's doing well against England.

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