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    Quote Originally Posted by Oscillatingmind View Post
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    Marcus North (Captain), Michael Beer, Liam Davis, Ryan Duffield, Michael Hogan, Steve Magoffin, Mitchell Marsh, Luke Pomersbach, Wes Robinson, Luke Ronchi, Michael Swart, Adam Voges.

    squad for tomorrows match, so any hope of Hussey justifying his spot is gone, hope North tons up.
    With Magoffin returning from injury and Duffield and Beer very inexperienced England batsman are not likely to be too tested. The bowlers should get a pretty decent hit out though as WA have quite a talented batting lineup, albeit inconsistent..

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    Quote Originally Posted by NUFAN View Post
    I think you'll end up getting nearly the entire team correct. If Shaun Marsh is fit he might get a game in front of Cowan despite Cowan obviously having a great season last year.

    I wouldn't consider Starc, it might be a little early but I would love to see Ben Cutting get a game if he returns well. If Cutting isn't selected Trent Copeland, John Hastings or a bolter like Michael Hogan could be worth a shot.
    Agree with this. I would probably have Cowan in my line-up though ahead of Marsh but it wouldn't worry me if Marsh was picked instead. Starc deafinitely shouldn't be in that A team, though personally I would love to see a fully fit and fired up Mark Cameron in the game against England as he could do some serious damage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kylez View Post
    Agree with this. I would probably have Cowan in my line-up though ahead of Marsh but it wouldn't worry me if Marsh was picked instead. Starc deafinitely shouldn't be in that A team, though personally I would love to see a fully fit and fired up Mark Cameron in the game against England as he could do some serious damage.
    Cameron plays about two games a season on average. I don't want to waste one of them in a tour game.
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    I think everyone is waiting to see who is in the Aussie A team.

    For example if Ferguson isn't in the side we can probably say he will be in the side for the 1st test and would Australia be tempted to play Harris or Bollinger in this game to give them match practice ahead of a possible call up for the test side?


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    This match being streamed anywhere, i.e. on CATV? Should be an interesting match to watch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Cameron plays about two games a season on average. I don't want to waste one of them in a tour game.
    12 FC games in 7 years? What's happened?

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    Constant injuries and the NSW pecking order, UIMM. Should be right at the front of that queue now, though.
    Quote Originally Posted by flibbertyjibber View Post
    Only a bunch of convicts having been beaten 3-0 and gone 9 tests without a win and won just 1 in 11 against England could go into the home series saying they will win. England will win in Australia again this winter as they are a better side which they have shown this summer. 3-0 doesn't lie girls.

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    If the Australia A game is on TV in Aus, surely Sky would have paid for that too?

    No?

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    The aus a game is on tv? Are nine running it? I remember when i was a kid they used to show alot more Aus A games.

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    I suppose it's too much to hope that there'll be any UK coverage of the WA game? An internet radio commentary link perhaps?

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    Jimmy in the squad, which is good news.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Cameron plays about two games a season on average. I don't want to waste one of them in a tour game.
    But in that rare case that Cameron is actually fully fit, it would be awsome to see him bowling against England.

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    If anyone is interested, WA match will be on radio here:
    SportFM 91.3 | SportFM Live Broadcasts | Perth Now

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    It is going to be a tough tour game for Western Australia. A full strength England versus an average Shield team.

    The big weakness for WA is a lack of bowling firepower. Hogan is the only bowler who has looked threatening this season. This is a great chance for the England batsmen to start the tour with plenty of runs.

    Did anyone see the ticket prices for the game? They will be lucky to have five people at the ground excluding the players and staff.

    Adults: $20
    Children: $10
    Concession: $15
    Family: $45

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    Don't think that's too bad for a day's entertainment tbh...

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