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He went for 1/200 iirc at Perth last time.
What's your point?
The issue is that out of all spinners currently available in domestic cricket, he probably has the best 'big haul' potential.
Considering Australia's pacemen are impotent (in this current line up) but able to bowl relatively economical if instructed to, Krejza could be used as an out and out attacking option, which they didn't want him to do when he was selected first time around.
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Eh, I don't know about that. England have been scoring at quite a lick all series, tying them down is the one thing we simply haven't been able to do.
Well, apart from taking wickets, that is.
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The pace bowlers in this series have had to play a more attacking brand of cricket due to the non-penetrating nature of the spin options.Considering Australia's pacemen are impotent (in this current line up) but able to bowl relatively economical if instructed to
Obviously a spin bowler is aided when the pitch is taking alot of turn, but the pitch has absolutely nothing to do with flight, drift and pace through the air. Doherty is poor in all these aspects, in particular speed through the air. Krejza bowls a slower ball, with a higher trajectory through the air. It's conducive to going for alot of runs, but also able to take alot of wickets.
Think you guys are getting ahead of yourselves a bit, still got plenty to play for in the 2nd test and could easily still be 0-0 on day 1 at Perth.
At least wait to see if the players in the 2nd test put up much of a fight before changing the whole team.
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