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On the radio this morning they were saying Rolton was next Aussie in line for a batting spot. Anyone else heard this?
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Originally Posted by Peter Mooresforever 63*
Line-up 2 is more likely to take 20 wickets, although it is still quite unlikely to do so.
Bowlers are doing worse than batsmen imo.
1000+ runs for 5 wickets is absolutely rubbish. Even a state team would've done better.
Not great but the pitches have been flat. 245AO is much more inexcusable for mine.
Since the pitches are flat, good batting performances should be around the corner.
Would play Smith + 4 seamers. I still consider Smith a batsman, maybe a batting all-rounder in one-day cricket, but is more likely to get wickets than North. (Also runs).
For fast bowling, I'd take Dougie, Siddle, Harris and Cameron.
Personally I hope Doherty plays for as long as possible. I've tried to give him the benifit of the doubt, I don't think you can judge a cricketer by one match. But I can't bring myself to consider XD as Test match standard.
Didn't think I'd ever say this, but if Australia are looking to pull the trigger and take 20 wickets at any cost, the best option is Jason Krejza.
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Because, as I said, he only has to bowl when he feels like he's bowling well.
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