It'll depend on who has the better match out of Ponting or Clark imo. A Ponting Century will take it for him, however it Clark takes 7/8 wickets for the match he's got every chance as well.
McGrath and Lee bowling so well here.
Rest In Peace Craigos
Pietersen looking scratchy atm... need to get him soon before he starts to get things happenin
If Bell can stop himself from getting bogged down for period of time, and learn to always keep the scoreboard ticking he can be a fine batsman and as shown with that textbook hook shot for four.
Can't knock it too much because I once sent in a question when the West Indies were here in 00/01 and Simon O'Donnell read it out and Michael Holding answered it (it was West Indies cricket related). And they day they did it, I didn't see it because I was working at that time and missed it, but founf out about because some people from school saw it and told me about it. I later found it on the old baggygreen website (when it was with CricInfo) and watched it. But it wasn't the same.
Spot on Craigos and it showed with that poor shot there where he was lucky not to get caught.
Out of interest Gelman, where did that quote by Howard about Baggy Green's from 7/11?
Good partnership here. Top cricket so far.
Geez Chappelli loves telling us all the time about the English batsmen nottaking the 3rd run because there is no way they will be run out from the distance where it is being thrown from.
Good partnership, to state the obvious, and as long as both players keep their head, England could be in a great position by the end of day 1.
"I am very happy and it will allow me to have lot more rice."
Eoin Morgan on being given a rice cooker for being Man of the Match in a Dhaka Premier Division game.
Symonds bowled very well. Warne isn`t getting much turn or bounce.
We need a wicket.
Jesus brings life eternal
remembering the life of Phil 'The Prince' Hughes
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