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    On what planet does 44 against Derbyshire indicate being in Test form?

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    I an't tell who you're having a go at. The article's fine?
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    where did it say he was "in form"

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    The headline on the menu says 'Clarke finds form'


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    I mean, it's more form than 0 against Derbyshire. I don't see anything about "test form" or anything. Though he was dropped on 19.
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    And Auntie wonders why the government want to stop funding her - should stick to straight reporting rather than engaging in a bit of kidology to try and persuade the Australians to pick an out of form batsman for Edgbaston

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    Quote Originally Posted by cover drive man View Post
    The headline on the menu says 'Clarke finds form'
    Can't see it, probably because I'm ******** but that's pretty lol-worthy. Especially considering he was dropped during his mammoth knock of 44

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    I'm also completely outraged by this.

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    thats why

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    Quote Originally Posted by fredfertang View Post
    And Auntie wonders why the government want to stop funding her - should stick to straight reporting rather than engaging in a bit of kidology to try and persuade the Australians to pick an out of form batsman for Edgbaston
    Shane Watson wasn't mentioned once in the article?
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