Anderson and Cook.
Why did Jono call this 'first thread' when it clearly wasn't? I don't understand?
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Matt Prior to score the most runs and Swanny to take the wickets - provided his elbow causes him no grief in the lead-up or the series itself.
Trott and Bird
Clarke will score the most runs, and Anderson will take the most wickets, since we'll have about 8 bowlers throughout the series.
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Phil Hughes and Jackson Bird.
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Cook and Pattinson.
Clarke is due a poor series and I think the English bowlers will share the wickets around pretty evenly, but Pattinson will take big hauls.
am i the only one who finds the whole "due a poor/good series" logic inherently weird?
do you think people will be allowed to make violins?
who's going to make the violins?
It has as much logic as believing a coin is due to land on tails due to the fact its landed as heads the last 4 times.
Though I guess it also works the other way though, someone in good form is more likely to score in an upcoming series than someone who isn't.
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