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    Quote Originally Posted by four_or_six View Post
    I've never been to Wales and it not rain.
    That was my thinking too. The forecast is a little better than it was, but I don't expect to see a full day's play, and even if there is, the ball will be moving around.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Over the last 3 Ashes series the median score at the close on day one is 330.67 runs, which seems a nice round figure to start with.
    Great thread, BB. But since when did 330.67 become a nice round figure?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaremba View Post
    Great thread, BB. But since when did 330.67 become a nice round figure?


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    There's more chance of Nathan Hauritz taking 10 in the match than 330 being racked up tomorrow.
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    And it's a NO just because marc71178 said so.

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    330 is 3.5 runs per over, with the bowlers picked that's going to be a terrific batting performance I think.

    It does depend on who gets the runs, if it's Ponting, Clarke, Haddin for Australia is going to be more likely then a Hussey or Katich ton.

    NO is my answer.

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