The "bowl well wide of off to a 7-2 field with no slips" worked superbly, in that hardly anything was scored.
@Deus: very harsh on Swann. He kept it tight, bowled a probing line on a pitch that really did nothing for him. Two wickets a just reward.
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Yeah precisely. It's pretty hard to deny that we are basically in a similar position today as England was eight days ago.
England did very well but it's still premature IMO. The hot tip: Rhino, Siddz and Dougeh will keep England to 300-320.
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Warne is the greatest cricketer to pick up a ball ever.
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Excellent days cricket, we were really good in all departments today, fielding was fantastic. \
Got to bat well obviously but could not have hoped for any better out of todays play.
Anderson's bowling is the most encouraging thing about this series so far, looks like this might be career defining tour for him.
That Marcus North - he's a steady character.
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