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If Hilfy gets a bit of swing early against Pietersen there is definitely potential for him to nick off especially if you get it really full as he does seem to get out quite often like that.
Backing the hilf for a break out series. He has two more shield games before gabba so we'll get a fair indication beforehand
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Hilfy is easily the bowler I fear will make most impact against us. Even if he isn't getting wickets I can see him bogging us down something horrid.
Hilfenhaus and Bollinger are top notch test bowlers, capable of knocking over any batsman, and KP is no different.
I think even Hauritz could have his movements against KP, because his cocky attitude might lead into, him showing no respect to Hauritz, and that could prove to be his undoing.
As for Johnson, as of now, think he is gonna struggle in general, but then, you never know with him.
Out of all the bowlers, yeah Hilf is most likely to cause him problems but I don't think Hilf is likely to get much swing in Australia. Anyways, its a bloody prediction, whether or not you agree with the reasoning behind it is quite frankly irrelevant. Its a gut feeling.
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Beckham = the most overated footballer EVER!!
Vassell = the biggest disgrace since rikki clarke!!
Yeah Oval was as much brilliant bowling as poor batting.
Lords 1st innings was worse.
Lord's was borderline ********. You kept feeding us short long hops, and we kept feeding (almost literally) fielders.
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