Hilfenhaus finally has another wicket, when was his last one again? Swanneh gone, should really be declaring TBH.
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Trott clearly not impressed with that. The mono-teapot was on show.
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And here was me under the impression that you should leave balls 9 feet in the air.
Ever the entertainer, Swanny.
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Nasser laying into the Aussie selectors, and also a lot of the CW 'play 4 pacer' brigade by proxy
Of course that game at the Oval in 1938 when Len Hutton scored 364 and Australia made a combined total of 324 in their two innings (201 and 123) although the Don was absent in both innings. England won by an innings and 579 runs.
Trott going more expansive in his strokeplay now, good to see.
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So it looks like we'll be bowling after lunch
Tremlett will like that reverse swing when he bowls.
I like Taylor, but don't think he should be heading up the queue right now.
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