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    Indians can't bowl - Where has the rumour come from as I myself and many indian friends arwe competent fast bowlers ?

    With the English bid I said: Let us be brief. If you give back the Falkland Islands, which belong to us, you will get my vote. They then became sad and left

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    I should have been rested FFS you're killing my stats

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    Day Four


    Having supported Loblaw for 35 balls, Player somehow found a rush of blood twenty minutes into the morning session. Clonking Myheart for six one ball, he holed out the delivery after, leaving Loblaw stranded on 195*. Nonetheless it was hardly a situation of complaint for the visitors, who would defend a target of exactly 600.





    The chase did not start well. After Haddin gave Fertang a reprieve on 0 by dropping a straightforward chance, Pickup was deceived by a Suifdadny in-swinger and watched the ball hit off stump. Moody then saw fit to run himself out for 1, reducing England to two wickets down for single figures for the second time in the match.


    Robertson was next to go, Suifdadny getting his second wicket with an lbw, before Fertang departed in the same manner against Coco for 6. Another dropped catch from Haddin - no doubt feeling complacent with the score reading 14/4 - allowed Wood and Ardley to reach lunch, but the game was essentially over.


    Ardley lasted three balls into the afternoon before being dismissed caught and bowled by Player, and Wood soon gave another return catch to Suifdadny, departing for a relatively colossal 27. Deen became Suifdadny's fourth victim when he edged to slip, and Player took his tally to three by having Smithington-Smythe and Myheart caught out in the same over.


    Suifdadny finished things by trapping Furball lbw, claiming figures of 5-34, and ending England's run chase on 86 all out. It had been a sensational turnaround for the Australians, who had lost the urn but taken all the credit for a thrashing in the last match.





    Australia won by 513 runs


    Man of the Match: Bobby Loblaw


    England won the series 3-2.
    "Your averages, captain, coaches and players can probably survive incompetence over a relatively short series, so if you’re going to be rubbish, make sure it’s against Pakistan, Sri Lanka, New Zealand or someone."

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    My 9 was the best 9 ever, suck it Quiney.


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    Stats plz

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    I got an inside edge - dreadful decision

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    252/19 in between Loblaw and Haddin putting on 350.

    Messi scores on the rebound.

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    Batting averages

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    England					
    		Matches	Innings	NO	Runs	Average
    Fertang		5	9	0	379	42.11
    Pickup		5	9	0	332	36.89
    Moody		5	9	0	258	28.67
    Robertson	5	9	0	425	47.22
    Wood		5	9	0	154	17.11
    Ardley		5	9	1	351	43.88
    Deen		5	9	0	245	27.22
    Tesnan	        2	4	3	88	88.00
    Smith'n-Smythe	4	7	0	168	24.00
    Myheart		5	9	0	56	6.22
    Furball		5	9	2	33	4.71
    Force		4	7	3	31	7.75
    Code:
    Australia					
    		Matches	Innings	NO	Runs	Average
    Burridge	5	10	0	205	20.50
    Lewis		5	10	0	227	22.70
    Super		5	10	0	324	32.40
    Monk		5	10	1	505	56.11
    Spark		5	10	2	384	48.00
    Loblaw		5	9	1	404	50.50
    Haddin		5	9	0	390	43.33
    Wayne		5	9	1	97	12.13
    Stephen		3	5	3	17	8.50
    Suifdadny	5	9	1	54	6.75
    Player		4	7	1	34	5.67
    Coco		3	6	1	38	7.60

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    This English top three are cornflakes. They're not the most exciting thing out but they're pretty effective. Then the middle order are the sugar. Would be too much on their own but added to the cornflakes they add some much needed interest

    When KP returns he will be the banana..

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    Batting averages

    Code:
    Australia					
    		Matches	Innings	NO	Runs	Average
    Burridge	5	10	0	205	20.50
    Lewis		5	10	0	227	22.70
    Super		5	10	0	324	32.40
    Monk		5	10	1	505	56.11
    Spark		5	10	2	384	48.00
    Loblaw		5	9	1	404	50.50
    Haddin		5	9	0	390	43.33
    Wayne		5	9	1	97	12.13
    Stephen		3	5	3	17	8.50
    Suifdadny	5	9	1	54	6.75
    Player		4	7	1	34	5.67
    Coco		3	6	1	38	7.60

    Code:
    England					
    		Matches	Innings	NO	Runs	Average
    Fertang		5	9	0	379	42.11
    Pickup		5	9	0	332	36.89
    Moody		5	9	0	258	28.67
    Robertson	5	9	0	425	47.22
    Wood		5	9	0	154	17.11
    Ardley		5	9	1	351	43.88
    Deen		5	9	0	245	27.22
    Tesnan		2	4	3	88	88.00
    Smith'n-Smythe	4	7	0	168	24.00
    Myheart		5	9	0	56	6.22
    Furball		5	9	2	33	4.71
    Force		4	7	3	31	7.75
    Bowling averages


    Code:
    Australia	Wickets	Runs 	Average
    Suifdadny	25	646	25.84
    Player		14	410	29.29
    Burridge	4	198	49.50
    Stephen		3	244	81.33
    Lewis		17	399	23.47
    Wayne		14	360	25.71
    Coco		9	305	33.89

    Code:
    England			
    		Wickets	Runs	Average
    Myheart		30	649	21.63
    Force		15	478	31.87
    Deen		13	449	34.54
    Tesnan		2	230	115.00
    Furball		12	379	31.58
    Wood		6	153	25.50
    Smyth'n-Smythe	12	332	27.67
    Last edited by Howe_zat; 24-08-2013 at 03:39 PM.

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    Myheart MOTS then?

    Furball criminally underused with the ball.

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    And overused with the ball. You and I should clearly swap roles.

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    How the **** did we manage to win the series?

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