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    It's more of a blow for Queensland than it is for Australia. I don't think Kasprowicz would have been playing in the first test, but it does lower his chances of playing in the Ashes if he can't get on the paddock to take wickets a press his case.
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    Article in today's SMH says Tait is ready to rock & roll. Stuart Clark's reported 6 week injury is apparently a 2 week injury, so he's likely to be fit as well.

    Actually, if Clark, Tait, Gillespie & Johnson are all fit, the stocks don't look too bad, especially if watson plays at 6. Whether these guys are good enough long-term is another question.

    Anyway, there are as many question marks over England's bak-up bowling a there is Australia's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey

    Anyway, there are as many question marks over England's bak-up bowling a there is Australia's.
    As far as i'm concerned the more problems with England's back-upbowling the better! Gives them a better chance of them picking a decent team




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