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    2009-10 Australian International program

    The 2009-10 International program has been announced by Cricket Australia today.

    You can view the program at their website or at SACA - South Australian Cricket Association - Media - 2009-10 International program announced

    And for convienience:
    2009-10 International Program

    3 Mobile Test Series
    26 30 November Australia v West Indies Brisbane
    4 8 December Australia v West Indies Adelaide
    16 20 December Australia v West Indies Perth
    26 30 December Australia v Pakistan Melbourne
    3 7 January Australia v Pakistan Sydney
    14 18 January Australia v Pakistan Hobart

    Commonwealth Bank Series
    22 January Australia v Pakistan Brisbane
    24 January Australia v Pakistan Sydney
    26 January Australia v Pakistan Adelaide
    29 January Australia v Pakistan Perth
    31 January Australia v Pakistan Perth

    KFC Twenty20 International
    5 February Australia v Pakistan Melbourne

    Commonwealth Bank Series
    7 February Australia v West Indies Melbourne
    9 February Australia v West Indies Adelaide
    12 February Australia v West Indies Sydney
    14 February Australia v West Indies Brisbane
    19 February Australia v West Indies Melbourne

    KFC Twenty20 International
    21 February Australia v West Indies Hobart
    23 February Australia v West Indies Sydney

    Events
    February Allan Border Medal (date TBC)

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    Gonne be 6-0 this year. Major letdown from the last couple of summers.

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    I'm actually looking forward to seeing the Windies in Australia, it's a pretty big tour and they might actually want to be there.

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    Or get Pascal in the playing XI, I know the Perth pitch isn't the same as it used to be but Taylor, Edwards and Pascal could be deadly.
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    Has Edwards ever been deadly? Far too easy to score runs off his bowling for him to create enough pressure in Tests.
    Last edited by Redbacks; 26-05-2009 at 11:07 PM.


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    I can't wait to see Brendan Nash play in Brisbane. Reckon he will get quite a good reception.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Redbacks View Post
    Has Edwards ever been deadly? Far too easy to score runs off his bowling for him to create enough pressure in Tests.
    When he was down here they analysed that a ****loado f his wickets came in big one game hauls. On his day Edwards owns. If he found consistency, he'd be really good.
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    Good to see no Perth and Brisbane for Pakistan if Yousuf and Asif come back then I am expecting Pakistan to put in more fight then Windies. A lot would depend on Yousuf , Younis, Asif and Gul.

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    Quote Originally Posted by duffer View Post
    Gonne be 6-0 this year. Major letdown from the last couple of summers.
    Nah don't think so this Aussie side is quite vulnerable to having an odd bad game out of six.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xuhaib View Post
    Good to see no Perth and Brisbane for Pakistan if Yousuf and Asif come back then I am expecting Pakistan to put in more fight then Windies. A lot would depend on Yousuf , Younis, Asif and Gul.
    If Shoaib tours, we have some good clinics here too.
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    Yeah the Tests will likely be one sided, however I think the ODers will be a very close affair.

    EDIT: It's also really good to see the ODers only a couple of days apart, not like they were last season - up to a week apart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Burgey View Post
    If Shoaib tours, we have some good clinics here too.
    not just clinics when he plans for his vacations he wants a package that includes both clinics as well as nightclubs so just clinics will not do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xuhaib View Post
    not just clinics when he plans for his vacations he wants a package that includes both clinics as well as nightclubs so just clinics will not do.
    Given the recent publicity, the clubs might be empty, although I think there's at least one girl who'd be up for a "fully sick" party:



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    Shoaib should come to the Gold Coast, he will love the nightclubs here.

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    Most interesting is that Hobart will play host to their first January Test. Major win for Bellerive Oval, will draw a great crowd.

    Also notice they are hosting a T20 game too. Floodlights and all. Things moving well in Tasmania.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noble One View Post
    Most interesting is that Hobart will play host to their first January Test. Major win for Bellerive Oval, will draw a great crowd.

    Also notice they are hosting a T20 game too. Floodlights and all. Things moving well in Tasmania.
    Heard they have started to use the internet there as well.

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