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    Brett Lee you legend.

    If I didn't have to go to bed early so I can get up for rep trials tomorrow, I'd be interested in watching this.

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    Wright gone

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    Lee! So ****ing awesome..

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    Lol, just think if Brett Lee was playing in white clothing earlier in the summer we wouldn't be holding the urn. But as it stands, we do!
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    Not the greatest shot by Broad but a good ball by Lee, he just needs to keep a copy of this death bowling display and reproduce it in the future.

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    Prince EWS you're forgetting the key fact though. Denly is mega hyped by the Sky commentary team. He was always going to get picked.

    Another excellent delivery from Lee. Upto Shah and Gashid now then.

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    Is KP still in a wheelchair like? Would back him to still post a HS for us. Quicker between the wickets than Shah as well. We miss him so much, and he's not even done a lot in ODIs of late but at least we'd have had his one blinding innings per series to spare us the whitewash.
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    Good work

    edit, that was a no-ball, surely

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    Nah, he was walking at the end of the Ashes series to get a medal. Get him back in the side.

    Shah gone. We lose.

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    OH MY LORD WE EVEN HIT GIMME BALLS STRAIGHT TO FIELDERS!

    Joke team.

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    Quote Originally Posted by King Pietersen View Post
    Nah, he was walking at the end of the Ashes series to get a medal. Get him back in the side.

    Shah gone. We lose.
    Course he was. Oh Kevin, we miss ye

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    Wouldn't have been too fussed had that been called a no-ball tbh. Doesn't really matter since Hauritz had him out ages ago, mind you.
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    Only a bunch of convicts having been beaten 3-0 and gone 9 tests without a win and won just 1 in 11 against England could go into the home series saying they will win. England will win in Australia again this winter as they are a better side which they have shown this summer. 3-0 doesn't lie girls.

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    Still not seen a replay of the Hauritz one myself, was definitely a no-ball that though. Not to worry, serves him right for hitting one he could have hit anywhere straight to an area where two fielders were standing, intelligent cricket

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    Brett Lee, immense. Real shame he missed the Ashes, honest

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    5fer for Lee. Great bowling but we really are a joke of a team. Please rain.



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