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    To me England seem headed for a Clean White Wash 5-0 !! The first time in 85 years in Ashes history .. I can't see anything in Australia's path in achieving this ... particularly after Adelaide .

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    Quote Originally Posted by JASON
    To me England seem headed for a Clean White Wash 5-0 !! The first time in 85 years in Ashes history .. I can't see anything in Australia's path in achieving this ... particularly after Adelaide .
    Rain tbh.
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    If we win 5 nil will we be called the invinceables .

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    Weather Watch

    *looks out window*

    Still raining.


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    You missed the hail??

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    Got caught in it earlier on. Wasn't fun.

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    Balls...trust Melbourne to somehow find some rain in the middle of a drought. Hopefully it results in a damp pitch like Boxing Day last year.
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    Future newspaper headlines for December 31.

    We love you Warney.
    Rain saves England from another test defeat.
    Symonds fails yet again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Legga
    Future newspaper headlines for December 31.

    We love you Warney.
    Rain saves England from another test defeat.
    Symonds fails yet again.
    Monty triple ton rescues England.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpaceMonkey
    Monty triple ton rescues England.
    Lmao, so simple, so brilliant

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    You know, Monty's batting doesn't seem as bad as people make it out to be. IMO he'll score a 50 in his career. He's better than McGrath when he started, at least.
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    Latest weather please Melbournians? worth staying up? it's not rained here in days, we could have bloody played at OT

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    Cold and cloudy, no rain yet. Seriously, I'm shivering here and it's summer ffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag
    Cold and cloudy, no rain yet. Seriously, I'm shivering here and it's summer ffs.
    Lets get this started!

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    toss, delayed, could have played at OT i tell's ya

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