Still think that the below applies:
England should bat on and on until all out. If still at the wicket after the tea session tomorrow, then declare with 45 - 60 minutes left in the day.
England should aim to not have to bat again.
Last edited by JBH001; 27-12-2010 at 12:26 AM.
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What time is stumps? Prior might fancy a ton.
Shot Prior! Prior is a good player of spinners, IIRC. I remember him smashing Murali for 16 in an over in the 2007 WC.
Lovely shot that from Trott.
Shane Warne reckons England should declare and have about 4 overs at Watson and Hughes.
Nice 'behind the back' delivery from Johnson, I've seen quite a few of those today.
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