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    That was pretty easy for England. NZ seem to have decided that slow bowling is the order of the day, but are only playing one spinner.

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    Sanga giving a good 'The Way of the Sanga' talk on commentary.

    Is possibly levitating slightly while talking.
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    Small boundaries making it hard for spinners here. Rash has a massive job to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by straw man View Post
    Sanga giving a good 'The Way of the Sanga' talk on commentary.

    Is possibly levitating slightly while talking.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AndyZaltzHair View Post
    Lynn is a hero in ipl. What did Hales do
    Ok Lynn better than either of Roy/Hales is pushing it mate. Not sure if you're trolling
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    Roots soaked up a lot more dot balls than normal here. Think he actually needs to rotate the strike better oddly enough, Hales gets jittery if he is away from strike for a while and might do something daft.

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    Root average watch: 50.22. Legend.

    How easy does he make batting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 91Jmay View Post
    Roots soaked up a lot more dot balls than normal here. Think he actually needs to rotate the strike better oddly enough, Hales gets jittery if he is away from strike for a while and might do something daft.
    He's striking quicker than usual. Hales shouldn't be too bothered about what Root is doing, he knows what his role is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black_Warrior View Post
    Ok Lynn better than either of Roy/Hales is pushing it mate. Not sure if you're trolling
    i have never seen lynn bat
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    Quote Originally Posted by straw man View Post
    Interested to see how Santner goes on this pitch
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    Milne getting taken to more than normal..... and bowled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by straw man View Post
    Interested to see how Santner goes on this pitch
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    Important breakthrough. Was just drifting away from NZ. Morgan is one player you can dot up early on if you don't give him room.

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    Love the Milne. #prettycricket
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    Quote Originally Posted by straw man View Post
    Milne getting taken to more than normal..... and bowled.
    Actually seems like a bit of a plan from England. They obviously don't want him to get away with the whole Express Gavin Larsen thing he's been pulling off recently.

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