Happy to be wrong.
Happy to be wrong.
Originally Posted by Peter Mooresforever 63*
Think we've a new contest for Day 4 then, well played Howe_Zat.
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Beware the evils of Kit-Kats - they're immoral apparently.
Darn. Was tempted to go No on Cook as well. Bloody pessimism...
Hmmm, I thought England for 551 last time. So the answer is No to question 4 (assuming no more play by COB day 3)
It would be bloody hilarious if they closed on exactly 551.
EDIT: And they do.
Last edited by Spark; 05-12-2010 at 12:08 AM.
For. ****'s. Sake.
I only watch Shakespeare for the knob jokes
Question 3: Will Cook have completed back-to-back double tons by COP on day 3?
Not even 150; what a hack. So "no"
Question 4: Will England have exceeded their 1st innings total from the 2006 Adelaide test (551) by COP on day 3?
Cricketing gods not without a sense of humour it seems. Exactly 551, so "no".
For our remaining duo:
Question 5: Will the next wicket fall to a right-arm seam-up bowler?
Question 6: Will Ian Bell complete his ton?
As question 6 could conceivably be answered before question 5 the first one to be resolved in real time will decide our winner.
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Pickup didn't vote and I got the first question wrong. Hmmm.
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Tie break question needed.
To the nearest 10, how many runs could Geoffrey Boycott's mum score on this pitch?
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