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6 innings in test cricket is too early to make predictions about how good he'll be, but he's started very well and that's all he can do. There have been quite a few good domestic players come up and get sorted out immediately in test cricket, in comparison Hughes had adapted remarkably well.
To be fair, England isn't a patch on the SA attack now, let alone in the Donald era.
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100% hopeless? Bit harsh. He was inconsistent but still bowled brilliantly on occasion (Mumbai 06 for example).
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Australian bowlers aren't simply of higher quality than English ones purely because they're Australian.
By "100% hopeless" I don't mean "hopeless in every single over of every single spell of every single game" TBH. That'd be near-impossible.
I reckon i could achieve that!
What do you mean by 100% hopeless?
Just dreadful far, far more often than good\decent TBH.
And I probably should've said "who takes the art of bowling seriously".
Well I still think that's a bit harsh. It's not like he always went at 7 and over and wicketless. He's always been capable of taking wickets, it's just that used to spray it round a lot more
In most of his Tests he was completely harmless and only produced a wicket-taking delivery like once per game.
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