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    Australia have failed to take more than a single wicket in any of the last 14 sessions in which they've bowled (comprising 9 full sessions and 5 partial sessions).

    Brisbane:
    Day 3 session 3: no wicket
    Day 4 session 1: no wicket
    Day 4 session 2: Strauss
    Day 4 session 3: no wicket
    Day 5 session 1: no wicket
    Day 5 session 2 (19 overs): no wicket

    Adelaide:
    Day 1 session 3 (1 over): no wicket
    Day 2 session 1: Strauss
    Day 2 session 2: Trott
    Day 2 session 3: no wicket
    Day 3 session 1: Cook
    Day 3 session 2: Collingwood
    Day 4 session 1 (9 overs): Pietersen

    Perth:
    Day 1 session 3 (12 overs): no wicket

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    Ponting's average @ 53.85 drops below 54 for the first time in 5 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeusEx View Post
    Ponting's average @ 53.85 drops below 54 for the first time in 5 years.
    Tendulkar hit a low of 54.02 in October 2008 (after the first Test against Australia in the home series). Funnily enough, he had long since passed his career "slump" by then, but was coming off a poor tour of SL. Strange how these running averages work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vcs View Post
    Tendulkar hit a low of 54.02 in October 2008 (after the first Test against Australia in the home series). Funnily enough, he had long since passed his career "slump" by then, but was coming off a poor tour of SL. Strange how these running averages work.
    Just can't see Ponting having a second wind like Tendulkar though. His current style of play just doesn't take kindly to ageing. Seeing as though Ponting's average was at one point over 60, it just shows how far he has sunk (and there looks to be no stop to the decline). Very disappointing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaremba View Post
    Australia have failed to take more than a single wicket in any of the last 14 sessions in which they've bowled (comprising 9 full sessions and 5 partial sessions).

    Brisbane:
    Day 3 session 3: no wicket
    Day 4 session 1: no wicket
    Day 4 session 2: Strauss
    Day 4 session 3: no wicket
    Day 5 session 1: no wicket
    Day 5 session 2 (19 overs): no wicket

    Adelaide:
    Day 1 session 3 (1 over): no wicket
    Day 2 session 1: Strauss
    Day 2 session 2: Trott
    Day 2 session 3: no wicket
    Day 3 session 1: Cook
    Day 3 session 2: Collingwood
    Day 4 session 1 (9 overs): Pietersen

    Perth:
    Day 1 session 3 (12 overs): no wicket
    To add to that....

    Day 2 session 1: Cook, Trott, Pietersen, Strauss, Collingwood
    Day 2 session 2: Prior, Swann, Bell, Tremlett, Anderson.

    Looks like your luck is over....
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    M. Johnson - 62 runs
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    That settles that then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by morgieb View Post
    To add to that....

    Day 2 session 1: Cook, Trott, Pietersen, Strauss, Collingwood
    Day 2 session 2: Prior, Swann, Bell, Tremlett, Anderson.

    Looks like your luck is over....
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    Hussey is looking at one of the biggest series of all time as well.

    Already 27th Aussie in any single Ashes series with 2 matches to go. Will almost certainly be set for a position in the top 10 ever and over 600 runs.

    And already 15th in a home series for an Aussie.
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    Swann with 11 wickets at 38.63 so far. Third highest wicket taker (behind Finn and Anderson) at the moment, though. What would the bloke have to end up with to claim this as a successful tour down under?
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