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    Quote Originally Posted by BoyBrumby View Post
    I think Dusty and co, being basically good eggs, saw the enormous potential in his surname for puns for lazy hacks, so he's an investment in the future.

    Write themselves, pretty much:

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    Really it'd be criminal not to have Cook, Root and Onions in the same side

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    Really it'd be criminal not to have Cook, Root and Onions in the same side
    Then Mustard in for Prior, and you're set.

    Beer as the spinner?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeathDavisSpeed View Post
    How did this Root chap end up on tour? I just clicked on his cricinfo profile, and his recent form is appalling. Mainly 20/20, granted, but the recent first class performances are as bad if not worse.
    Basically he has stepped up nicely into the Lions squad and scored a ton against WI last season. Add in the fact he is basically the best young opener we have and that is the reason he is on tour. Even if he doesn't play now this is a fantastic learning development for his career. A case of when he plays rather than if.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    Really it'd be criminal not to have Cook, Root and Onions in the same side
    But then you'd have to play Mustard.
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    Broad off for a scan tomorrow on left heel.
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    England ATG Culinary XI

    1. Alastair Cook
    2. Joe Root
    3. Allan Lamb
    4. Mark Butcher
    5. Tony Greggs
    6. Beefy Botham
    7. Phil Mustard
    8. Derek Pringle
    9. Graeme Swann
    10. Bob Appleyard
    11. Graeme Onions

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howe_zat View Post
    England ATG Culinary XI

    1. Alastair Cook
    2. Joe Root
    3. Allan Lamb
    4. Mark Butcher
    5. Tony Greggs
    6. Beefy Botham
    7. Phil Mustard
    8. Derek Pringle
    9. Graeme Swann
    10. Bob Appleyard
    11. Graeme Onions
    Full marks for Botham. Had a chuckle at Pringle.

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    12th man: Jos Butler

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    Quote Originally Posted by Senile Sentry View Post
    Not sure if you follow the domestic scene, but Tendulkar just hit a better than run a ball hundred. So I think he's in some form. Not much can be said about the openers, as both of them flopped in the Ranji Trophy matches. Kohli had a bad game but going by his form I think that's just a one off. Pujara is coming off a stellar Challenger Trophy, and Yuvraj just followed up his double hundred with a half century and a fifer against the touring Englishmen. I don't think Raina is going to play.
    Interesting how you can write off one performance from Kohli as just a one-off yet use another one-off relative to recent form as "being in some form"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Prince EWS View Post
    Full marks for Botham. Had a chuckle at Pringle.
    Heard Botham was serving up pies in the Lord's pavilion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rvd619323 View Post
    Then Mustard in for Prior, and you're set.

    Beer as the spinner?
    Caught Mustard bowled Onions a regular form of dismissal at Durham. Think it might have happened to Cook recently.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spikey View Post
    12th man: Jos Butler
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