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    Well done Australia, but only one specialist batsman averaged above 50 for the series. That's a notable statistic in a five love drubbing and points towards the major weaknesses in this team.
    'It is hard to recall a batsman quite so serene, so unrushed, so unflappable.' Chris Ryan on ... look to the left. Ahhhh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burr View Post
    Well done Australia, but only one specialist batsman averaged above 50 for the series. That's a notable statistic in a five love drubbing and points towards the major weaknesses in this team.
    Or the pitches really favoured bowlers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Debris View Post
    Or the pitches really favoured bowlers.
    Nah, it reflects the fact that both sides have much better bowling attacks than batting lineups.
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    Hacked off though I am I can at least derive some consolation from the fact that each side unarguably got what they deserved from the series


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    Great all round performance from Australia. England simply couldn't live with the intensity and the hunger. I'm pretty sure that Boof has had much to do with it. The last link with the old school of Australian cricket? I hear that as coach he orders all the blokes out for regular beers to revive team spirit...much like we as club cricketers do. I can see Lehmann in charge for the next ten years.

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