Beat him all ends up that.
No there's been bugger all swing since that bit of rain we had around the 7th over mark, both seamers were getting it go before that.
Last edited by Jacknife; 20-07-2012 at 12:13 PM.
But Broad has never really been a big swinger of the ball. Nothing like Jimmy does, in any case.
EDIT: I don't know why Jimmy isn't bowling tbh.
Hasn't got it right around the wicket to Smith yet, not too sure about the move tbh.
Last edited by Jacknife; 20-07-2012 at 12:22 PM.
No no no. Not this bloody round the wicket to the left hander thing again, it just feeds his strength. You might be able to get Jimmy to try it with his outswinger but otherwise its stupid.
Really could do with at least one wicket tonight, preferably the Captain.
Can't believe they haven't given Anderson another spell.
Last edited by Jacknife; 20-07-2012 at 12:27 PM.
Following the rain, and with clearing skies overhead, this pitch looks very benign now.
Ball isn't doing a bloody thing, looks like yesterday pitch now.
Lets see if Jimmy can get it to sing.
No, stone cold straight.
Last edited by Jacknife; 20-07-2012 at 12:35 PM.
I think there was a hint of inswing on Bresnan's first ball in this over.
RIP Philip Hughes - 1988-2014
Bowling ok though and giving them very little to hit and not doing it by bowling 4 feet outside off stump. Amla really is a class act, possibly beginning to like him even more than ABDV.
ABDV, Bell and Clarke are my favourite players to watch when going at present, so classy all of them in their stroke play.
Last edited by flibbertyjibber; 20-07-2012 at 12:43 PM.
Calling Anderson on that no-ball was very, very fussy umpiring. I've seen lots of bowlers step outside that crease and not ever get called. Doherty did it loads of times in the Eng-Aus ODI series.
Hashim is supreme.
Although if there was any time I wanted him to stop being awesome its now.
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