Yuvraj has bowled pus Everytime he got the ball.
Out of all the times in the last two years to e angry at this Indian team now is not one of those times.
Dhoni must go though. Keeping has fallen away badly enough where his value is only the fact no one else is a suitable captain yet.
Batsman I tolerate: V. Richards, S. Tendulkar, E. Morgan, N. Hussain. KEVIN O F******* BRIEN
Was it a mistake to take the second new ball when the old one was reversing?
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Originally Posted by John Singleton
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Win or draw tomorrow does anyone think India might change their bowling attack for the next test. Been in the field a long time now and back to back tests doesn't leave much recovery time. Imagine if England won the toss for the 2nd test and were still batting at lunch on day 2, be some very weary bowlers then.
Cook. WAG. Told you from the first time I saw him - the kid's going to break some records.
Ojha and Ashwin have bowled an incredible amount of overs without a major break. Ashwin's bowling has lost plenty of zip; suggesting he has fatigued. Being spinners I'd expect them to recover.
The role of Yuvraj needs to be questioned. His recall was based partially on all-round ability, however he has been underbowled and looked poor when given a bowl.
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