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    *Official* England in Australia (2 T20 & 7 ODIs)

    So, Australia get the pleasure of hosting the World Champions in Twenty20 and the soon to be World Champs in ODIs. Sweet, nice long series, just what the doctor ordered.

    Mon Jan 10
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    22:45 GMT -1d Prime Minister's XI v England XI
    Manuka Oval, Canberra N/A

    Wed Jan 12
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    08:35 GMT 1st T20I - Australia v England
    Adelaide Oval N/A

    Fri Jan 14
    08:35 GMT | 19:35 local
    08:35 GMT 2nd T20I - Australia v England
    Melbourne Cricket Ground N/A

    Sun Jan 16
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    03:20 GMT 1st ODI - Australia v England
    Melbourne Cricket Ground N/A

    Fri Jan 21
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    03:20 GMT 2nd ODI - Australia v England
    Bellerive Oval, Hobart N/A

    Sun Jan 23
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    03:20 GMT 3rd ODI - Australia v England
    Sydney Cricket Ground N/A

    Wed Jan 26
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    03:20 GMT 4th ODI - Australia v England
    Adelaide Oval N/A

    Sun Jan 30
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    03:20 GMT 5th ODI - Australia v England
    Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane N/A

    Wed Feb 2
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    03:20 GMT 6th ODI - Australia v England
    Sydney Cricket Ground N/A

    Sun Feb 6
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    03:20 GMT 7th ODI - Australia v England
    Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth

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    Broad most definitely is a major loss here, he's definitely your best LO bowler.
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    Seamer, anyway. Swann the best bowler.

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    Chop chop Corrin, post the squads up.


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    Strauss, Anderson, Bell, Bresnan, Collingwood, Davies, Morgan, Pietersen, Shazhad, Swann, Tremlett, Trott, Woakes, Wright, Yardy

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    Way too many ODIs for my liking even if this is England vs Australia, should be 5 at a stretch.

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    Lol @ the 7 ODIs. Made me laugh when it was first scheduled. Continues to make me laugh now.
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    Yeah, it's dire.

    There 07 series against India was good. Every other 7-match bilateral ODI series I've watched has been turd.

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    In defence of a 7 ODI series, sides do need some ODI warm-up for the World Cup.

    Also, don't we have a subforum on this, or can't we use it for the one-dayers.
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    I asked Cribb where I should post it before, and he ignored me (WAC).

    In 09 we just had a thread in CC though.

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    I think things would be a lot more interesting if ODI and Test touring commitments were split, personally.

    Haven't found myself giving a **** about pretty much any ODI cricket that's been played in the last 6 months. Once this series ends, England and Australia will have played 20 ODIs against each other in the last 16 months, which is ridiculous. Would be much more interesting if we were playing someone like New Zealand in an ODI series, as we've not played them in a while. We've played so much ODI cricket against Australia recently, and have been in the country for 2 months already on this tour that I just think as a spectator it would be much fresher if we played someone else in a 5 match ODI series, and fulfilled our ODI commitments in Australia at some other point.
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    England - NZ ODI series are always pretty interesting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GeraintIsMyHero View Post
    Yeah, it's dire.

    There 07 series against India was good. Every other 7-match bilateral ODI series I've watched has been turd.
    '08 in India was better, shame we couldn't get a complete series.

    Seriously, I think it will be 4-3 to someone with the series going down to the last game. Probably England as Ponting will be a big miss for the Aussies.

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    He might play in the ODIs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Black_Warrior View Post
    He might play in the ODIs.
    Ah, I thought his injury would keep him out a bit longer.

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