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    Quote Originally Posted by vcs View Post
    "Soap Dodgers".

    Is that Burgey's team?
    Nah, andyc's team. "Andrew Cameron" gives it away.
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    Is me indeed. Can't believe I went Prior over Haddin.
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    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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    So dire.
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    Another ****ing golden duck for me

    At least Clarke had the kindness to get two


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    Very nearly brought Jimmeh in for Mitch but went for Siddle in the end. Bah.

    Twatto my captain tho, so his 50 helps slightly.
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    Have had Jimmy in all the time, makes me feel a bit better about myself

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    After 1st Innings


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    Punted Broad for Harris & D'oh-erty for Tremmers.

    Torn between dumping Siddle and not too...

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    Changed Broad for Tremlett, North for Collingwood, brought in Punter on points. Smiling at Cook being rated "D" before the series, been top scorer by miles.
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    Cook at D was always very underrated, first man on my teamsheet.

    Trying to pick a bowling lineup is almost impossible since you have no idea what Australia are going to do. I'm sticking with keeping my team mainly English.

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    Quote Originally Posted by four_or_six View Post
    Cook at D was always very underrated, first man on my teamsheet.

    Trying to pick a bowling lineup is almost impossible since you have no idea what Australia are going to do. I'm sticking with keeping my team mainly English.
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    Swapped out Collingwood for Smith, Bollinger for Anderson and Doherty for Hilfenhaus myself

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    I've punted Siddle for Johnson. Cricinfo seems to be of the opinion Beer will play and the comically dentured Vic quick will be the unlucky man.

    Sorely tempted to ditch Prior & Clarke too, but both prob due a score.

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    Replaced Hilfenhaus with Siddle, and replaced Smith with Bresnan myself.

    Good luck all!

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