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    Like I said, have to get him early.
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    Short and sweet from Ferguson, England's back-up boys doing a very decent job on a helpful track here. Beauty from Bresnan shaping away from Ferguson, question mark as to what it actually flicked on the way through, but umpire Reiffel thought it was willow.
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    Was going to say before the Ferguson wicket how low Smith is batting. He should be at 6 with Paine in the usual spot for a keeper at 7. It's not like Smith can't bat either.

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    So much for Ferguson. It's all about Cowan now, baby!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylvester View Post
    Was going to say before the Ferguson wicket how low Smith is batting. He should be at 6 with Paine in the usual spot for a keeper at 7. It's not like Smith can't bat either.
    Selectors don't rate Smith's batting. Batted below Paine when they were both playing Tests too.
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    Was an edge. Didn't realise they had hotspot with them.

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    Wow. Hot spot shows he did nick it. Great decision from the ump. Fair dos.
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    Hotspot shows a nick on the outside edge, good decision from Reiffel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Lolworthy run. Out by two feet if Monty had hit.

    Also Healy: STFU. Whinging poms? What is this? The ****ing 70s?
    Nah, he's been reading CW

    Sounds like there's a bit in this eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Ferguson climbs into the long hop from Tiny Tim.

    Also fair to say Slats not convinced by Hughes; said he has a technique that's "interesting" after a replay of the dismissal. Hmm.

    & Ferguson gone. Maybe a bit unlucky, hip? Pearler from Bres tho.
    Nope; little nick. Well bowled Timothy. Any thoughts on a decent total?
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    Quote Originally Posted by neil pickup View Post
    nope; little nick. Well bowled timothy. Any thoughts on a decent total?
    250.

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    Yeah, 250 par. If there's grass on Bellerive, it's pretty tough for batting because it's slow too.

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    Send offs are one of the most unedifying things in cricket if you're a bowler and you've got the guy out and won the battle just no need. Also the batsman can't chip back at least if you sledge a guy whilst he's still in he can have a go back once he's out he's just gotta walk to the sheds.

    In retrospect though Shahad's "that's my boy" was nothing really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Nah, he's been reading CW

    Sounds like there's a bit in this eh?
    Sporty pitch, yes, but as Richie just pointed out, nice cloud cover too. Home from home for the Yorks lads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    Sporty pitch, yes, but as Richie just pointed out, nice cloud cover too. Home from home for the Yorks lads.
    Too right. Go on men, do it for my cold, damp, grey, miserable Leeds day.

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