MacGill "world class" ?
MacGill "world class" ?
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Fair enough. But any state that has Redback Bitter as there main brand of beer cannot be the greatest state in the land. Even Very Bad is better than Redback Bitter.Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
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Stop squabbling..Originally Posted by Mister Wright
The state from which VB orginates is the best.. End of story..
Obviously you've never been here if you think Redback Bitter is our 'main beer'. That, by extension, renders you opinion on anything SA null and void.Fair enough. But any state that has Redback Bitter as there main brand of beer cannot be the greatest state in the land. Even Very Bad is better than Redback Bitter.
By the way, Coopers and West End would be the main beers here. Not that I drink but no-one I know drinks Redback.
For a reason.Originally Posted by Top_Cat
VB is 2nd last behind Redback Bitter.Originally Posted by shounak
his axing is simply ignorant, lets hope he gets back into the test side soon...
good to see someone agreeing with me on this point at least, Hodge would definately make a better OD option that Katich surely.....Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
true about Katich being a normal top-order bat but i dunno i'm just feeling a bit uncomfortable with him batting at 4 in the super test at least, i say give Hodge a go... & also MaCgilla could well & play but i've heard that in October the balls swings a bit at the SCG so well see what happens.Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
in conditions that suit him which is likely to be the case at the SCG, he is world class....Originally Posted by marc71178
whatever yo...Originally Posted by Scaly piscine
I don't see why really. Assuming the World XI picks Pollock, Shoaib and Flintoff as their seamers, if there's swing around I'd say it would help McGrath and Lee just as much.Originally Posted by Scaly piscine
What Australia don't particularly want is a flat pitch that turns as the game goes on, because Murali and Kumble will have a field day.
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Kumble?Originally Posted by FaaipDeOiad
Whoops. Murali.Originally Posted by greg
That actually changes the issue somewhat... I somehow forgot he wasn't playing, and with the high chance of Macgill playing a turner might be nice. A fairly lively early-season wicket is likely though, and I don't think we'll be seeing a six day test.
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