Bell looking a little uncomfortable last over, didn't have a clue against warne last over.
Where the bloody hell has Clark came from? I thought Brad Williams was the new Mcgrath can we not get him back into the team instead?
WHAT THE HELL WAS THAT?
That was the most beautiful delivery of the day, what a leg break. This is why I love test cricket.
no Monty Panesar
i am supprised i thought he is going to make it in place of ashly Giles or anderson
good start from clark again
The best test match ever
Bell has absolutely no idea...
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TBH, I think even Lara might be flummoxed by that leg break. What a beauty. Unplayable.Originally Posted by cameeel
Also, why are they fawning over a chubby woman in the stands? I've seen at least five better just this morning in the audience.
When England lose this match, and Warne takes 10 Fletchers decision to leave Monty out will be equal to, or worse that Ponting & Hussains "We'll have a bat mate". Surely he must go after the ashes.
Fair enough, but what about the two sliders Bell has completely missed? - I don't know how that second one didn't dismiss him.Originally Posted by silentstriker
Clark has been amazing. Accuracy of McGrath but 5-10km/h faster, and a bit more bounce. Warne making Bell look like a tool.
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As usual, the imbeciles here have fwarked up and not connected the cricket channel despite it being ordered and paid for weeks ago so I'll be living thru cricinfo & u guys until business opens at about midday
However, their incompetence pails into insignificance when compared to Fletcher & co.
800 for ten wickets and no changes! They should remove personal bias and select teams on merit for a change - who knows, such a revolutionary strategy might work
5 years younger too, which is a bonus. The bowling Hussey?Originally Posted by Nnanden
- As featured in The Independent.
"This is not the time for namby-pamby promising youngsters who might just do something; not the time for building for the future. Pragmatism rules and they don't come more pragmatic than Rogers."
- Victor Marks makes the case for stiff-legged and stiff-armed 35 year old left-handers in Ashes squads
Run rate since Strauss went out: 1.40
England are being dominated - they need to start scoring before someone plays a rash shot.
2-58 at the Lunch break. England right under the pump with some top bowling from all, especially Clark & Warne. Interestingly enough, the rr is only 2.07, showing just how much Australia is on top.
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