Last edited by Spark; 09-11-2012 at 03:06 AM.
Originally Posted by Peter Mooresforever 63*
Honestly, the Saffers batting well is something of a bonus so I'm not that invested in getting a handle on who bowled what, why and where because even if they collapse hard for < 400, it's irrelevant. When they get the ball in hand, that's where they'll show up where the real differences between the two sides lie.
Last edited by Top_Cat; 09-11-2012 at 03:12 AM.
Would it be fair to say the Aussies didn't bowl the same as last year when they had so much success? Lots of balls short of a length when it was balls that were pitched up that were doing the business last year. Loss of McDermott a bigger factor than some realised maybe?
test cricket is all about making the most of patience, waiting for the time to mount your attack,
saffers are the weakest ****s in cricket. biggest and best batting lineup in world cricket is 2/slow as a wet week
our challenge is to be equally dour. can we manage? hope not.
such a poor advertisment for cricket in general. not sure of the exact figures but lyon on the first day plus part timers18 odd overs for a third of their runs, pathetic. weak as piss.want to kill something
Jam it ****.
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I mean, they basically went at the same RR as Cook and Trott...
I dunno know, Clarkeh played it defensive (deep point, no gaps in the covers and down the ground), it's not really a surprise there were some dour moments
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Will say this once and then nothing else. Defamation laws quite clear in Aus.be careful.
SA were good today but it could have been so different. Reckon other batsman with a different technique may have been lbw when Amla narrowly survived on 0. But yeah SA deserve to be in the box seat, anyone know how Duminy is?
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