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    Yeah okay so neither Corrin nor myself will be the worst poster here during the Ashes. Good to know, vaguely reassuring
    Yep, makes me very happy

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    3-1 England.
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    Dropped Denly, Burns. Hazlewood
    Bold prediction Aussie win is in last test when series is long gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Starfighter View Post
    I just gotta quote this one:
    He's right. England's batting is worse even than ours, which I didn't think was possible. And our bowling will at least cancel theirs out.

    I, however, do think there'll be some rain, so:

    3-1 Australia
    Runs: Smith, Warner, Root, Stokes
    Wickets: Cummins, Haze, Lyon, Anderson
    Dropped players: Roy, Broad, Khawaja

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    He's right. England's batting is worse even than ours, which I didn't think was possible. And our bowling will at least cancel theirs out.

    I, however, do think there'll be some rain, so:

    3-1 Australia
    Runs: Smith, Warner, Root, Stokes
    Wickets: Cummins, Haze, Lyon, Anderson
    Dropped players: Roy, Broad, Khawaja

    Worst poster: Corrin, FJ. Who's that woeful bloke with Pietersen in his username? He'll be a shout too.
    Our side is better than their's in neutral conditions IMO, but England are also very well set up for their own conditions. And I think our weaknesses seem a lot more exposed in English conditions than other ones.
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    2-2
    Runs: Smith and Stokes
    Wickets: Anderson, Cummins, Leach, Lyons
    Dropped: Broad

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    2-2
    Runs: Root (550 plus runs)
    Wickets: Cummins and Anderson (30 plus wickets)

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    Quote Originally Posted by morgieb View Post
    Our side is better than their's in neutral conditions IMO, but England are also very well set up for their own conditions. And I think our weaknesses seem a lot more exposed in English conditions than other ones.
    Yep. This will probably be a very competitive series as each side tries to out- collapse each other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpdavid View Post
    2-2
    Runs: Smith and Stokes
    Wickets: Anderson, Cummins, Leach, Lyons
    Dropped: Broad
    Who’s Leach? Is he this year’ s Richard Ellison or Mark Ilott?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Who’s Leach? Is he this year’ s Richard Ellison or Mark Ilott?
    Left arm spinner who probably won't play because he doesn't have the utility that Moeen supposedly offers with his batting.

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    Even if Moeen doesn't make any runs, his recent Test form justifies picking him for his bowling alone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    Who’s Leach? Is he this year’ s Richard Ellison or Mark Ilott?
    Obviously a fitter version of the former.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vcs View Post
    Even if Moeen doesn't make any runs, his recent Test form justifies picking him for his bowling alone.
    tbh I'd forgotten how well he performed over the winter, especially for a losing team in the Caribbean. Maybe him and Leach will share the wickets then.

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    I’m predicting Tim Paine to have a decent series with the bat and make some handy contributions down the order. His technique and method is suited to the rubbish conditions you get in england a he plays the ball nice and late.

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