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    Warne's out

    http://www.cricketweb.net/articles/E...dQytmClh.shtml

    will white or hauritz get a game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Baconator
    Not enough for India I'm afraid

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    Foxsports have Hauritz to play, and they are usually on the money when it comes to these things...

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    haha here's an extract from cricinfo:

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    Heard he is probably out of the first test vs. NZ as well. Good news for NZ supporters.

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    not that it matters now much, i still think Australia should have taken another experienced spinner like MacGill or Hogg.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Macka
    Heard he is probably out of the first test vs. NZ as well. Good news for NZ supporters.
    Won't really matter with the fragile batting line-up New Zealand are bringing over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Wright
    Won't really matter with the fragile batting line-up New Zealand are bringing over.
    Eh? It's our bowling that is the major problem - not our batting. While we still lack a genuine second opener, the rest of the batting lineup gives me a little confidence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voltman
    Eh? It's our bowling that is the major problem - not our batting. While we still lack a genuine second opener, the rest of the batting lineup gives me a little confidence.

    Well, Richardson was weak last time he was here. Fleming only had the one good innings (although he has improved). I'd be surprised if Styris makes runs against Australia. Oram will finally get found out. No Chris Cairns will have a big imput, and McMillan actually did well when he was here last time. The only one I expect (alongside Fleming) to score consistent runs will be Astle, and that is if he can stay fit for the whole tour.

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    It's a shame that Boof got injured. With Warney out and the selectors reluctant to pick youngsters he could have played as a specialist spinner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Wright
    Well, Richardson was weak last time he was here. Fleming only had the one good innings (although he has improved). I'd be surprised if Styris makes runs against Australia. Oram will finally get found out. No Chris Cairns will have a big imput, and McMillan actually did well when he was here last time. The only one I expect (alongside Fleming) to score consistent runs will be Astle, and that is if he can stay fit for the whole tour.
    mcmillan is not actually even going to aussie(with the test team anyway) and don't expect people to mirror their performances each series.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bryce
    mcmillan is not actually even going to aussie(with the test team anyway) and don't expect people to mirror their performances each series.

    I know he's not coming, that's why I said, he actually did well last time. My reference was more to the fact that he showed patience against McGrath and Warne, and although he didn't make a big score IIRC he was consistent.

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    yeah i think mcmillan should be going anyway for those reasons.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoggy31
    i still think Australia should have taken another experienced spinner like MacGill or Hogg.
    hogg and his entire 4 tests of experience! mind you, he's a much better option than hauritz and white, neither of whom i rate as a bowler alone...

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    Nathan Hauritz is really going to send shivers down the spin of Dravid, Tendulkar, Laxman etc.
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