and the wi groundsman might do him too
Good comment on Guardian:
Originally Posted by JahConvict
Someone gif his twitches that he does between every ball.
So far this series they've:
Called up Steve Smith from outside the initial squad
Dropped the incumbent spinner for a 19 year old.
Moved Watson back up to open
Batted Hughes at 6.
Dropped Cowan after one (admittedly poor) Test where he was ill
Batted Hughes at 4
Moved Hughes up to open in a tour game
Dropped him after he made 80 odd in the first Test and 80 odd in the tour game
Dropped Agar and brought back Lyon
Moved Clarke to 4.
Batted Warner at 6
Moved Warner to open
Moved Watson down to 6
Moved Clarke back down to 5 then back up to 4
Dropped Starc again.
How the **** is that a model to admire or follow?
You can't really blame Australia, our combinations aren't as set or as experienced as England's, selection has been strange, but ultimately it's the players that failed when they did, management not doing too badly I feel. While England are very stable with their system, it's the stubbornness of their on-field plans and combinations that I think they could improve upon, some more creativity needed IMO. At the end of it all though, I'd rather have the stability of England than the mess of Australia.
RIP Phillip Hughes (1988-2014)
It's weird that we've outbowled England when it comes to bowling a dry, suffocating line with a packed field. A few years ago that was England's MO, they seem to have vaguely forgotten how to do it.
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