I don't know, when Finn pitches it up he tends to look really hittable.
I think that's because he kind of puts it there instead of bowling naturally. Anyway, he's only a pup. Time will tell if he kicks on or not.
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#408. Sixty three not out forever.
Just a few predicitions:
-Warner to be Australia's highest run-scorer, having a breakthrough series.
-Bailey to either have a Hussey-like debut and score ridiculous amounts of runs or to fail miserably. I can't decide.
I'll go for fail miserably. His ODI numbers are just so ridiculously outside what he has produced in any other format that something will have to give. Huss might have only averaged 40 in the Shield but he was going at 60 in England so big numbers we're completely out of bounds for him.
If Bailey guns it and Alan J's other prediction comes off, Australia probably wins.
Tasmania have produced some absolute legends in Boon and Ponting let alone those who were kept out of the test side like Cox etc. Bailey may become a great but I'm reluctant as yet to think he may grow to that tag. That's interesting though, I certainly hope he does prove himself worthy
World XI Since 1990 -
1. Gooch 2. Dravid 3. Ponting 4. Tendulkar 5. Lara 6. Kallis 7. Gilchrist 8. Akram 9. Warne 10. Ambrose 11. McGrath
Starc is Johnson lite imo. Both left arm quicks and named Mitchell. He's inconsistent, not as bad as Johnson when they're both bad, but he's not as good as Johnson at his best either. Both are top one day bowlers too and more than handy batsmen.
Don't think they have similar actions though, not sure why people like to bring that up when comparing the two.
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do you think people will be allowed to make violins?
who's going to make the violins?
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