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    Couple of short ones to keep Cosgrove honest there. Fred looking in very good nick already, I concur.
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    This has been a quality spell from Flintoff. Anderson looked pretty pedestrian though, no swing at all with the new ball. Might be a tough tour for he and Hoggard in that regard.
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    This is a proper match, right?


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    D'oh. Keeper swingometer heading back towards Read after that one. Routine.


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    Jimmy bowls a decent over from the other end, then that
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    Saj far too full here. Jacques good enough to capitalise.

    It would be nice to see a bowler who isn't Sir Fred put down a bit of a marker here. No sign of it so far.

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    What did I say about not giving Cosgrove width? That was rank from Jimmy there. Nice looking cut from the little tubby fella tho.

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    Good to see Saj & Jimmy are playing Jaques back into some form he'd been a bit ordinary in his last few Domestic games.

    For those who are watching, how well was the Fredmeister bowling??? His figures certainly look impressive?
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    Bit of turn from the Python first up. The comparison between him & Gilo is gonna be very interesting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clapo
    For those who are watching, how well was the Fredmeister bowling??? His figures certainly look impressive?
    Flintoff bowled very well, no question. On the mark with just about every delivery, bowled at pretty good pace and got that uncomfortable seam movement he does so well. Looked particularly good to the lefties, as usual.

    It'd be nice if England had another bowler, of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clapo
    For those who are watching, how well was the Fredmeister bowling??? His figures certainly look impressive?
    Yeah. Didn't bowl too badly for a cripple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
    It'd be nice if England had another bowler, of course.
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    Catch Straussy! First blood to the King of Spain!

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    Is it me or has Giles changed his action? He was always upright but he looks so tall in delivery. Maybe it's early morning stiffness.

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