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Thread: which players will play their last test matches in the forthcoming ashes series

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    which players will play their last test matches in the forthcoming ashes series

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    Rogers whether he does well or not

    Onions/Tremmers coming in for one game could well do

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    Haddin.

    Possibly Bres if he doesn't do so well.

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    Harris? Breaks down again and that might be that with the Aussies being the best attack in the world he surely won't be able to take another 6 month holiday/rehab and get his place back.

    Cowan, not a great record as it is and if he doesn't do well could be bombed.


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    Compton

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    The three I can think of from Australia are Haddin, Rogers and Harris. Haddin could be dumped if he has a poor series, and another dumping is his career you'd think. Rogers seems to be the most blatantly short-term pick ever, and if Harris breaks down again it's probably his career.

    NFI for England. Maybe someone like Onions, Tremlett or Bresnan if they get games and go poorly, or maybe Compton if he struggles.
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    Rogers will probably do well and I'd say they will retain him for at least the SA tour. Haddin and Harris possibly the the same. I honestly think Lyon is on his last legs if he underperforms with Fawad and Agar knocking on the door, but I think he has really improved recently, so who knows?
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    Bresnan, Haddin, Cowan

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    Bresnan certainly a bold prediction, also almost certainly not a correct one.

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    Graeme Swann an outside punt if his injury problems keep mounting up.

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    Compton and Rodgers the obvious candidates. Swann and Harris are also possibilities with injuries.

    Predicting Bresnan is just mad.

    Edit: Assume this covers both series?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GingerFurball View Post
    Graeme Swann an outside punt if his injury problems keep mounting up.
    He seems to think he has got it right now, he talked about playing until age 38 or so a little while ago.

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    Roger's and the magical Ponting call up

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