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    What an atrocious shot from KP. England need Bell in their lineup pronto.

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    "Brett Lee guaranteed his immediate Test future with a maiden five-wicket haul in an English first-class game that came in a stunning spell of reverse-swing against the hosts' 2nd XI."

    such a huge jinx from cricinfo.
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    ^real tearjerker from this cock

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    Would've had money on Johnson bouncing out the other Anglo-Saffer, tbh. Just done for pace, really.

    Reckon the run-out was hanging on KP's mind; scored 2 off about 14 after it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hooksey View Post
    Comments at the time regarding Mickey Arthur's questionnaire:

    Mark Waugh: “It’s not under sixes, this is Test cricket.”

    Darren Lehmann: “Adults we are, not schoolboys!”
    You missed out about eight exclamation marks FTR.
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    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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    review it. outside leg

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    oooh i dunno if that's pitching on
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    My instinct was outside leg

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    for Johnson to be hitting almost leg stump its going to be common to be outside leg.
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    ajdude wins

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    trot got all tangled up there!

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    Clarke a brave man trusting Wade's instincts.

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    ****'s sake Johnson, y u no bowl like this in Tests.
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    I didn't think Trott's been out of form to any great concern but he looks at sea a bit here

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    So good to see Hazlewood back, bit of a worry that initially I mixed him up with Mos....

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    Cricket was the winner in that over.

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