I suppose this means Scotland - Australia won't be shown either.
Last edited by stumpski; 26-08-2009 at 01:39 PM.
BBC Scotland are showing that one on Friday - don't think anyone is showing tomorrow's, not even TMS.
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Beware the evils of Kit-Kats - they're immoral apparently.
Interesting to see who the Beeb bring in to commentate. Last time they had cricket on (India vs Scotland), they had a woman (think of West Indian origin) who was unforgettably bad.
Shame England isn't on TV but I believe that was the case when they faced Ireland previously.
Poor display, surely if Sky stuck it on it would get a few viewers, rather than whatever it is they will be showing in the daytime? I'm sure it wouldn't cost them too much to buy the rights for this?
Don't think it was shown when we played them three years back either.
Seems a bit strange that, to me.
Nevermind, wouldn't have been able to watch anyway
As it's being held in Belfast I presume it's the Irish board's rights to sell?
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- Steve Smith before the Ashes
Yeah, but surely it wouldn't cost Sky much to buy them?
Not a clue, tbh. Seems weird they haven't tho, yeah.
As with the ashes scheduling query earlier in the summer, I decided to put this to the ECB so hopefully they'll give me a satisfactory reason
Was browsing Cricinfo today. I've always known Symonds is a very very good T20 player but his record is exceptional. Averages >40 with a SR of 172 IIRC. Puts Chris Gayle to shame.
Disappointing with all of his discipline issues, terrific limited overs batsman. Wish I got to see more of him. Remember him bodychecking that streaker Great stuff.
Why the **** is Ponting back in Australia?
I love the guy like a brother, but seriously if he's going to come home in the middle of ODI and T20 tours (like he did against Pakistan where he skipped the whole tour back in March and like he's done here) then I really think they should hand the captaincy to Clarke in the shorter forms of the game, which would give him some experience for when he inevitably assumes the Test reins in a couple of years.
Ponting is paid to play cricket, and in my view should not be coming home in the middle of tours, particularly after already having had a six week break earlier in the year after the SA tour.
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