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    Would love if England can have have Simon Jones back by the time this series gets under-way. Don't want to look too far ahead or sound to arrogant but i reckon if Hoggard/Flintoff/Harmo/Jones are all fit & firing by then the Kiwis may have some problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perm View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussie View Post
    Would love if England can have have Simon Jones back by the time this series gets under-way. Don't want to look too far ahead or sound to arrogant but i reckon if Hoggard/Flintoff/Harmo/Jones are all fit & firing by then the Kiwis may have some problems.
    TBH, I wouldn't hold my breath. i'd love to see us field the 2005 Ashes seam attack plus Monty but one cannot be optimistic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poker Boy View Post
    TBH, I wouldn't hold my breath. i'd love to see us field the 2005 Ashes seam attack plus Monty but one cannot be optimistic.
    You'd have Jones back in the side?
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    Yes, in place of Harmison.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pup Clarke View Post
    Yes, in place of Harmison.
    Should've been clear in saying Geraint Jones.

    Also, no Cook?


    Edit: **** I'm dire. I misread that as saying the 2005 Ashes team and not the 2005 Ashes seam. Sorry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    You'd have Jones back in the side?
    If he ever proves his fitness yes (big if though!). IMO he deserves a chance to show if he is a great bowler or another Richard Ellison. PS - sorry you meant G Jones? No I wouldn't have him unless Prior, Ambrose,Read, Foster, Davies, Nixon,Mustard and Batty were all injured....
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    Quote Originally Posted by NZTailender View Post
    Should've been clear in saying Geraint Jones.

    Also, no Cook?


    Edit: **** I'm dire. I misread that as saying the 2005 Ashes team and not the 2005 Ashes seam. Sorry!
    Gutted you edited. Was gonna smugly tell you that Cook bowls offspin

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    In Cricinfo it say's that his bowling style is "Right Arm Slow".

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    I read an interview in AOC, and he says he bowls off-spin.
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