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    Him not doing anything hasn't stopped them in the past.
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    Going through a real stage of Ravi hate at the moment. Need to come out the other side.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theegyptian View Post
    Going through a real stage of Ravi hate at the moment. Need to come out the other side.
    We all go there on occasions, it shall pass when you remember his clueless adorableness.
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    Ever since the first game they've been trying to use him as a proper batsman again. Really hoped we'd moved beyond that by now. Just let him come in at the end and slog it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabinet96 View Post
    Ever since the first game they've been trying to use him as a proper batsman again. Really hoped we'd moved beyond that by now. Just let him come in at the end and slog it.
    Yep. He's in the side at the moment to build an innings and barely bowl. If he's going to play (and I think he should) then he should be used as a big-hitting finisher and regular bowler.
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