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And then he'll be in the Ashes which is what we all want.
Dat pull shot...
#J.Hobbs; #L.Hutton; #D.Bradman; #V.Richards; #G.Sobers; #A.Border; #A.Gilchrist; #K.Miller; #I.Khan; #S.Warne; #M.Marshall;
So Haddin or Wade chaps ? What is looking more likely? It seemed Wade was in the driving seat a couple of weeks ago.
One of the guys at my club maintains Hazelwood wasn't picked in the A side because he'll get a debut at the Gabba. Because he's obviously jumped ahead of Starc, Pattinson, Siddle, Hilfenhaus or whoever else is in contention on T20 form..
Maybe this question would be better off in the domestic thread, but I wonder what bowling attack NSW will go with against the bulls, considering Henriques was their only bowler to be selected for Australia A, and there aren't any internationals.
Has to be Watto, O'Kefee and 3 of: Starc, Cummins, Bollinger, Hazelwood, Copeland?
RIP Philip Hughes - 1988-2014
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Performances for last 2 Years
G. Smith 1144 Runs @ 45.76
H. Amla 1465 Runs @ 73.25
J. Kallis 1342 Runs @ 78.94 14 Wickets @ 52.43
A B de Villiers 1386 Runs @ 63.00
JP Duminy 271 @ 90.33
V Philander 211 Runs @ 19.18 63 Wickets @ 15.97
D Steyn 268 Runs @ 17.87 76 Wickets @ 23.82
M Clarke 1257 Runs @ 66.16 9 Wickets @ 27.44
M Hussey 806 Runs @ 42.42 5 Wickets @ 27.40
B Hilfenhaus 44 Wickets @ 24.73
P Siddle 57 Wickets @ 26.89
Amla scored 4946 runs, and needs 54 more to become the seventh South African player to achieve 5,000 runs
Ponting has taken 193 catches and needs seven more to become the second player to reach the 200 catches
Clarke has taken 93 catches and needs seven more to become the eleventh Australian player to reach the 100 catches
Hilfenhaus has taken 91 wickets and needs another 9 wickets to reach the 100 wickets
Amla scored 150 runs from 124 balls in the ODI against England and he has now scored 3,031 runs at an average of 58.29, which is the highest by a South African player. He has scored eight of his ten centuries when South Africa bat first where he averages 71.3
Starc took 5/42 in the match against Pakistan at Sharjah. It was the third time that he has taken four wickets or more in a match
Warner scored 26 runs in the match against Ireland which took his aggregate to 1,004 runs, and the first Australian player to achieve the 1,000 run in T20
de Villiers scored 28 runs in the ODI against England which took his aggregate to 5,026 runs, and the seventh South African player to achieve the 5,000 runs
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i look forward to march when we have to pick between bills, campbell, abbott and coyte
(bills and campbell shared a 150 run, 10th wicket stand today btw)
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