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    Chappell-Hadlee set for December


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    Hobart's cricketing propects pick up!
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    Want revenge tbh. Can't wait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    Want revenge tbh. Can't wait.
    You'll be waiting for a while. We aren't dropping this series. Good to see Hobart getting some more cricket as well, the Bellerive Oval looks a very good ground.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    You'll be waiting for a while. We aren't dropping this series. Good to see Hobart getting some more cricket as well, the Bellerive Oval looks a very good ground.
    You wont need to..... we'll take it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
    You'll be waiting for a while. We aren't dropping this series. Good to see Hobart getting some more cricket as well, the Bellerive Oval looks a very good ground.
    Post bookmarked for digging and bragging in 7 or so months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pasag View Post
    Post bookmarked for digging and bragging in 7 or so months.
    I can only assume you mean on my behalf

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    Can't wait. At the risk of incurring TH's wrath, I think we should take Vincent regardless of form. He's awesome in aus.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    Can't wait. At the risk of incurring TH's wrath, I think we should take Vincent regardless of form. He's awesome in aus.
    Of course he is. What flat track bully doesn't like quick, hard pitches?

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    Really looking forward to this series. We've seen 8 games played since it started and 6 of them have been real thrillers (and the score is NZ 5 Australia 3 ).

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    Whats the bet the games will pan out like this;

    Game 1; one side will be crushed completely by the other (happened game 1 06 and game 1 07)

    Game 2; Big masssive run chase

    Game 3; Bigger massive run chase

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    Whats the bet the games will pan out like this;

    Game 1; one side will be crushed completely by the other (happened game 1 06 and game 1 07)

    Game 2; Big masssive run chase

    Game 3; Bigger massive run chase
    Seems to be the norm. Certainly the last two series have resulted in some massive run chases.

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    Lol that's true Flem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flem274* View Post
    Whats the bet the games will pan out like this;

    Game 1; one side will be crushed completely by the other (happened game 1 06 and game 1 07)

    Game 2; Big masssive run chase

    Game 3; Bigger massive run chase
    But the big run chases were on the small NZ grounds - I don't expect anything like that this time. On another topic I see the banter has started already - as a neutral one point - is it my imagination or do Aussies take trophies more seriously when they do NOT hold them (I'd use the B/G Trophy and the Ashes as examples). I bet you no Aussie takes a break for this series...
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